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Established 1887 NUMBER. 9 MT.TeRNOK, - ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., EEIDAY JAN. 1, 1915 rnent of the Gorman Bismarck archipelago Dec. 14. Servians retook Belgrade after and the Solomon islands. fierce battle. French troops leoccuplcd" Lunevllle and Dec. 16. German cruisers bombarded Soissons. Scarborough. Fept 1! -- Lille evacuated by German:! the YorkshireHartlepool and Whitbv on q rn i n3 ai s. r coast, killing about" one by allies. " CIS R SSF f P .5 3 S hundred and fifty persons and escaping. Stumer Red Cross with American Red Dec. 17. tiHiaSiSniSl F.ross nurses Britain It? iSiprJflS?BtfcJ .Nowy ork. and surgeons sailed from protectorate Gieat Egypt. proclaimed a over " Allies with aid of warships entered Osoepi. 14. Ketreatlng German army tend. in strongly intrenched position Russians retreated in Galicia and PoChronoicgioa! Record cf Host alonjj the Aisne river. Amiens repccupled land. by the French. Dec. IS General Potiorek, Sept. 22. Three British cruisers were of Austrian army, defeated In commander Servla, reimportant Evenls of toipedocd and sunk by German submarine moved from command. In the North sea. Allies made advances at Dixmude and Twelve Konths. Sept 20. British troons 'from India MMdelkerke by desperate bayonet ' landed charges. at Marseilles. ' S"Pt- - 23. Germans began attack on do- British appointed Prince Hussein Kamel. uncle of the sultan of Egypt UAH CiTAfin's PIRs"" te0et of Antwerp. tUtibc't-A- 'i Russians captured Lowicz. 2.Germans Aeteatea at Augustowo J and forced out of Russia. Dec. 19. The kings of Denmark. Norct- - 5. Belgian ' po-sess- es government moved to way and Sweden agreed to act together in var niatters and to remain neutral. Mexico's Muddled Affaire Pope Pius usiena.9. Germans entered Antwerp. Oct. Two British mine sweepers sunk by Russian army occupied Lycli,' East Prusr.nd Esrl Roberts Among the II- mines. sia. Dec. 20. German army In Poland reachDicsslers Juctrious Dead ed new Russian positions and battle for Oct. 10. German army of 20,000 was repulsed at Quatrecht. cast of Ghent and Sporcc Financial and Warsaw opened. i Oermuns evacuated Dixmude. ) oct. 11. Germany imposed r fine of Industrial Kappon'njjs. SlOrt.ftJO.flfiO mi Antuwn Dec. 21. Desperate battle in front of Russian cruiser Pallada sunk by German Warsaw continued. " submarines. COMPILED BY E. W. PICKARD. Oct. 12. Ghent occupied by the GerT3E?W&OC2ia: mans. P FOREIGN A ? V AO Oct. 13. Belgian government moved to . c Harc, Fiance. Colonel Haritz and his troops In the t77kasnuMu&3'. Feb. 2. City of Gonaive, Haiti, burned nfrtllVACt rf rnr.-- v. ..f C....4I. 4f- during a battle between rival rebel forces thrUSh" Feb. 4. Gulllermo Billlngburst. presi h.r io the Au.st:: thvene.ofand I. s im,r- wlf.v the durhs n 0ct Ostend and dent of Peru, captured by revolutionists .' hUlwl by n wadenl in y.rajcvo. Bn.ges ehoi and his deportation ordered. ,..... X9X5r ni'.:i II L'unw, ai- -i n iiiiiit- - .uiempi Feb. 14. n.t 1ftr,,i.ii. v.iiiin-- .,...,... ..... . -- w.. . Chinese government Issued to blow them" up with a the North ...umii German iiavviic bUl.'k in pioclamation decreeing the death penalty had eca made sea by submarine. oo'n'j. uct. 17 Japanese cruiser Takachlho for opium smokers. JuIp Auslila sont pcroir.ptoiy note s'lnk, bv torpedo in Kiauehuu bay. March 16. Wife of French Minister of ot al! to fi'rvia droaj)d!nt; piinlsliimnt British cruiser Undaunted and four de- Finance Calllaux killed Gastpn Calmettc-edito- r Fran-c- i Ar4id,-,:stroyers sunk four German destrovers In "oinr'i'fs la njurdor cf of Paris Figaro. Krriiiiu.nd ?ni suppression of all May C Hpuse of Lords defeated woman North sea. which had fomented lcbelKon In suffrage measure. 101 to CO. Oct. IS. .Allies recaptured Armentleres, May 19. Revolt broke out In Albania. 3't:.ia. Oct. 13. Desperate fighting alomj BelJuly 31 -- Troops mobilized by .' uslrla. gian coast. Brltloh warships taking part. 5.000 suporters of Essad Pasha attacking SktvIii, Russia unci Montenegro. Servians Oct. 2S. French retook Altklrch, Alsaoe, King "William's palace at Durazzo. moved liuir capita! to Klsli. May 15. Irish home rule bill passed Its nt the point of the bavonot. July dt cured war asainst Oct. 21. Ten days' battle before "Warthird and final reading in the house of SSfivln saw ended In German defat, commons by a majority of 77. and July 29. Ausltlans invaded Jlly 6. Carlos Mendoza. liberal, Oct. 25. Germans crossed River Yser holkd Belcrr.do. elected president of Panama. und slowly pre,sed toward the south. Ju! ?,: Kaiser damnndot' Russian July 28. lime. Henrlette Calllaux Oct. 28. Germans bombarded Nieuport aad csar refubed. MiiilIuI but were cbecked by allies. found not guilty of the murder of Gaston Calmettc In Paris, on the ground of ..:iv pi l.:!rri in Marltz and his rebel force fV'U .cli u'es in nearly all :ties of Union of South Africa troops. defeated by temporary insanity. Sept. 3. Cardinal Glacomo della tl.e v.orM cto& d. Prlnzip, slayer of Archduke Francis Rui .u 1. Orrwny ! 'aid wai Bologna, elected Eila Carson am5. Everotte Watson in a.'d wob'lJyml Its trmv. Cznr (! elarc'd Terdlnand and his wife, and 23 others pope archbishop of name and assumed found guilty of treason. of Benedict lsaue3 di roe of u.kJ l"fJii-Von Falkcnhayn. German minister of XV. of this city. Mr, r.nd Mrs. Fred n,ii j Italy declared It Sppt iroMlistidti war, made chief of staff to' succeed Von William of Wled. prince of Master Albania, abandoned that oountry to the iroltke. Mrs J. M. Owens, - and little, Durham, and little son. on . Ok man trop" ndvun.-e- d Auk Ot. 2S. Dd Wet and Beyers joined in rebels, 28. ,, , , ... Mf 7r.r- - Austin isp.irks. were down from rrv.ff Sept. uurjf Lusenibnut ;. Kouth Africa levoit. senate elected nup'a began IuvjisI.iii of East irussia British dreadnaught Audacious sunk by Prince Burhan-Eddi-Albanian son of the for -- On ' Mt- Veiu.m dunn- Clmstmas.-Tncs- dav and IoSin. nou'kist week .homing mer sultan. Abdul Hamid. to be prince mine M,,Aim 3 Germans "fnrted tl'.r" armfe A Carson enter-UasRussians reoccupied Lodz and Radom, of Albania. Miss Olliej Mr- - aU''' of list week. ii.Hcrd Fraiifc tl.rrish nolfjluin. vlolat Oct. 12. Ferdinand, nephew of the Germans" retreating. inod at dinner Sunday in honor nut t! e tientrrtlltj' cf that country boarded Oct. 2S. Piinzip was sentenced to 20 late Hing of Roumanin. took the oath and Ed bturgeon i"rei:eh iiuopa eioitvd Gernian rnnt!ei voaro" Imprisonment: four of his aecom- - as lila aucuessor MMtors, the follow-wherni'iuntRln. in train No. 23 for Mt. Vernon, t out Oct. 23. ri''os sentenced to death nnd others to government Haitlen rebels formed a demanded Auk Great under presidency of Gen. m. to gumis boing piesent: Mis, Oorir.iuy4. withdrawUritalnTroops rrf n tl.ai at inns terms of Imprisonment. they wero flfl hci Botha reported the rout of the rehel Davilmar Theodore. .... ' Cernviry and England 1elarert i...... slum mediately a'ter their irriv.il. retil c oli other and Germany t ivlar. German cruiser Kmrten torpedoed Rusand Mr drum. Mi.s: Kiia tra-ir n't Ki igiuin. France declared .var on sian cruiser and French destroyer in turning home on the next lluiuler--ijj- i MEXICO ( m:iny lliiikl", Mr f. D. liatbnr. The nexr da; left tor Louisville to A. t'liiti'd Pliites proclaimed Its nei.trallty Oct. 29 Turkey began war on Russia, G. H. Carson- .- Mis and ir. ut: 5. Ger ji.ans repulsed at I.'ese by tho nuiser Bieslau bombarding Odessa, spend 'heir honei'tnoon. We Jan. 10. Mexican rebels under Villa cap '! Theodofcia and other places on the Black Loiaii MeCall of Stanford, was B yieldHi'.ilarsbnl Rirl Ifitciiener made Ma. -.- Joe tured OJInnga. many of the Federal troops our congrjtuiatiotis MrV li R.- - Wilmotl PrliNh ri'eietarv of state for war. of the generals taking refuge .Nov. 1. British cruiser. rrni-- sunk hv and Pr"-'Tfrored the siaIccs of Riddle spent sVerjl da s in Rich-nioion Arlierican side o' the Bio Grande. nl U'lNc-Gernian Mibmailne in Dovr straits. la-- t ; J Albr wtek the 1'i'lod FtiMes an mediator. Feb. 3. President Wilson lifted em Five last week, where there and Airs y C declared war British German warships 'riiigagtd four bargo on exportation of arms which was worships off the coast of Chile applied to Mexico by V. II. Anderson rs visitinir hifi onAuk. niipMi. President Taft. seems to be considerable attract nnd sank two Triiisb Feb. 20. father's family in Gariaid coimtj nian mine.cruiser Amplilon sunk by Ger- fourth escaped and disabled a third; the new crisis Mexican situation brought to miller. Hem y tions for the by slaying of W. S. Benton, Nov 3. British and French fleet bomAug 7. nermann entered IJese. rich rancher and Hy.singer, of the Hiatt section, this wiek. Mrs. Laura U. Cable Auff S Twenty thousand nn"lisli troops barded the Dardanelles forts, and British posedly by Villa. a British subject, supcoast. French invaded Arabia. April 2. Villa captured Torreon after broke hislirm list week. He vas is quite sick this week, and her landed on French and capttned Atlkircli vessel destroyed the barracks of Al'dbal", eleven days' of bloody fighting. Villa's ondition is considered very ser- and Muclilliaupen. Germans abandoned left bank of the loss 500 to throw a small piece killed and l.r.00 wounded and that Yser below Divmude. Italy neutrality. of the federals much greater. Nov 5 France, Great Britain and Rusrtfn itiiinn at a cow. which ."Was ious. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Adairs Aus reafllrmed its 10. France broke off d'plomatle April 9. sia declared war on Turkey. Great Brlt-ii- n bluejackets Arrest of unannod American o by federal authorities at juM ;icros a five foot fence, aud entertained at dinner last Sunday relations with annexed Cyprus. Aiiff. 11 French driven out of Cernay brought demand from Admiral Mayo Nov. C The "nests: Mr. and and Muelhausen. ordered a that Huerta apologize and that American ay broke his j the following" ,... in tome T .w1 I? 13. Germans occupied .?..., i. lb. G 171111, AX . ITaspelt. h'dv war against Russia. France and AutT. ttag be saluted. n. J cllll .U I,o arm. He was attciidtd by Drs Tonres and Pt Trond. I3elc;uim France April 12. Huerta refused to render a sa 7. German fortress of Tsing Tao, N'ov. rjr!ivfllr-:ind t'nrt.fr. and is Pet R L. Smitu. Mr. and Mrs A. M. and Fnsland declared wai on Austria. Ger-- China, stormed by Japanese and British lute to the American flag In Tampico. Aupr 15 Japan issued ultimatum to April 14. President Wilson ordered At lantic nnd Pacific fleets to Mexican waters lingalonff nicely. Claud Owet s1 Hi:ltfc. MissO.na Brown, and Rev. rrmny demandinij withdrawal of German ind captured Nov 9. Belgian troops penetrated te at once ships from Orient and evacuation Ostend. to enforce his demands on Huer G. M. spent several days with his siter, il B B.ker.-- Dr. a id Mrs Telln-las- waiKiauchau. the of ta. Vnns set tire by German shells and t Auff. 17. rielcrian sent of government Federal army routed by Villa at end oj d Mrs. G. F. Sutton, in L exMngton Fruh. of Tellico P,ains. nine days' battle at San Pedro were visiting his p.irents, Mr. and was transferred from Brussels to AntGerman cruler Emden driven ashore werp April 19. Huerta refused to agre to th' week.-- Mr. and Mrs. ff H. on Coeo.s islands and destroyed by n Bejrinnlnfr of five days' battle in Lordemands of the Unl'ed States for an un MrsJ G. Frith during the Sydney. cruiser Hutcheson.of Mfddlesboro, are in repulse of French across raine, conditional salute of the flag, and Pres Nov. 10 - Itusslnn fleet Resinnlm; of dent with Uv 'davs -- Postmaster Owens was in frontier with heavy lops. Servians and font Turkish transports. in Black sea sank gress Wilson drafted his message to cona the holidays five days' battle between and two proclamations declaring m- - Vernon Tuesday to see his Austrians on the Jadar, ending in AusNov 11 British gunboat Niger sunk by "hostile" blockade of Mexico ports ano Clar-- 1 and Mrs. W. E. Gravely i torpedo off Deal. trian rout. harbor. Russians occupied Johannisburg, East ence Peikins. of Pinville, was the April 20. President Wilson personalH Auk. 19. Brussels occupied by the Ger"rnssia. mans, the allies retiring to Antjrerp seriously ill. Brodhead Masonic asked congress for support in actior Germans captured Dlxmudo. Buet of Ins erand father. R. S. Servians defeated S0.000 Austrians at against Huerta. N'ov 15. Germans forced from all s House adopted resolution giving pres Martin, last week Frank Ward Lodge elected officers last Satur- Shabats, forty miles west of Belgrade. on left bank of the Yser. dent free rein, after debate in which hi: recantured Aur. day evening, the following being Alsace, 20. French driven back Muelhausen home-folk- s British destroyed Turkish" fort at policy was assailed. of Junction City, was with in Lorraine. but were Senate postponec to Red sea. day. during Christmas. Prof. elected: Guy Roberts Master; R. ofAug: 21. Germans besan bombardmentof N'ov 16. Floods in West Flanders cut action for a American marines capture" April 21. Namui forts and levied war tax tt a large number of Germans part of Vera Cruz after a tight Ketron, of near Jellico, Tenn., S. Sbivel, S. V.; J. M. Roberts, $40.000,CGO on Brussels and $10,000,000 on Pone issued encyclical urging cessation four Americans were killed and in whlcl twenty Liee. AMif warfare. one wounded and about 200 Mexican-werwas the guest of Dr Clark during! J- - w ' - - H,lltt' Treas ' Joh Aus. 22. Germans occupied Ghent and N'ov IS. -- Russians checked hv Germans Bruges. killed. Read Badger witl the holidays. -- The Rev. R. B. Kobins. Sec'y.; Win. Francisco. Aug. 23. Japan declared war on Ger- ; Snldau aftei four dayi of bloody flght-n- g five ships arrived at AdmiralCruz. Vera DApril James many. passed resolution Justl Baker held services at the Christ-- ; rIer'" K- - L y,nlth' b- Nov bombarded by Germans,, fving the president in using the arme Lunevllle, France, occupied by the GerTyvee, J D ; W. T. Biooks and J. mans own nail and market place being de- - forces of the nation to enforce his deinn church last Sunday morning trmed. mands on Huerta. Russians .- Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Moore, Stewarts . -- Miss Anna the eastern drove back the Germans from N'ov 21 - Russians won great victory and evenineTaking of Vera Cruz completed frontier. er G.rrams who were advancing on rincs and bluejackets, supported bv ma Aupr. Mrs. The allied armies alons the Warsaw. by the Storm, of Keavy, were the guesis' Cass is visiting her sister, guns of the warships, twelve Americans to line from Moselle L, B. Hilton, in Stanford this and driven Mons by the Germans. defeated Nov 21. Germans opened a terrific being killed and fifty wounded. back the Mrs I. R. Storm ot Mr. and on the allies from Ypres to La April 23. President Wilson ordered the Germans captured Na'Bur. drove the Mrs. Ida Miller and week. We understand that Mrs. French out of Alsace and advanced from rfassee. Christmas. Fifth brigade. General Funston In comNaal base of Germans at Zeebrugge mand, to embark for Vera Cruz at Gal by shells fiom British fleet. children who had been with her Llnda Bentou lms sold ller hom Lorraine Into France. began bombardment Japanese warships veston. farm to a Mr. Furnish for S2j.0O. of Tsing Tao. fortified seaport of KiauNow battleship Bulwark The embargo on shipment of arms to mother and sister, Mrs. Bettie by explcs'on off Sheerness. Mexico was restored. 00, and her farm, known as the chau. 25. Austria declared war on JaNov. 27. -- Germans renewed fierce bomAug. April 24. Fifth brigade sailed from Gal Tharpand Mrs. Wra. Francisco bardment of Reims pan. vest on for Vera Cruz. .Two British ships sunk off Havre by to her home in Oklahoma Payne farm, to W. L. Richards returned Congress passed the volunteer army bill Germans levied a war tax of ?90,O0O,0OO German submarines, and one off Grimsby April 25. President Wilson accepted the the last week. Mrs Francisco, a n(i lor Goo.oo. We are glad to re- onAvg. Belgian province of Brabant. and by a mine. 2C offer of Brazil, Chile and Argentina, port that Miss Mar' Proctor is new cabinetFrench cabinet resigned Dec. 1. Germans cut their way out of through their plenipotentiaries, to mediate formed by Premier Viviani. little daucuter. Miss E'izibelh. the Russian trap in Poland but with great the Mexican trouble, stipulating that German isz to be out again, and her sis- - Russians took Marlenburg. will spend losses mpained them, and land of Yap near Guam seized by JapaHuerta must resign. General De Wet. Boer rebel leader, capC A Wtaeddoii, is Is o' nese. Austrian defeated Russians on n April 2S. Fifth brigade arrived at Vera seve ral weeks there before return-- . ter Mrs. tured. 'ruz and General Funston assumed the frontier. able to be out again, Everette by Germans Louvain sacked and burned De". 2. Germans in Poland resumed the supreme command there. Robert J. Kerr ing. I. R. Storm was in Mt. Ver . Aug of Chicago appointed civil governor of the British cruiser Highflyer de- offensive. Kiddie were visit- - stroyed 27German armed merchant Belgrade, capital of Servla. occupied by city. A thousand refugees landed at Galthe waison ana noa Tuesday, representing cruiser . tt wi veston. UIUUl T. R.ru& lu U1U section .Kaiser Wllhelm der Grosse off west coast the Austrians Rockcastle Millio" Co Dec. 6. Germans occupied Lodz, RusMay 1. Secretary Garrison ordered Gen of Africa. Keynolds Aug C8. British fleet sunk five German sian Poland, after severe bombardment rinS ie weeic eral Funsfon to establish complete miliBrown, of Louisville, was with Dec 7. Germans defeated Russians tary government in Vera Cruz, displacing off Helgoland. 1S visiting his sister, Mrs. John warships hecked the march of Germans to north and south of Lodz. Allies the civil government. Mr and Mrs. Jacob Elder during Dec 8. in the Glades, this weelc-b- urg, Paris and terrific battle was begun at Gncisenau, German cruisers Scharnhorst, .May 10. American naval forces seized rieipzig and Nuernberg, under Lobos Island as a base for operations. the week.- -J. J. MeCall. ot Maret-pldp- r ' rras and one near Nancy. Admiral vqn Spec, sunk by British squadBelgium. May IL Funeral services for war Austria was with his daughter, Mrs. Mr dtld Mrs- - L. B, Hilton of Aug 29. declared forces onfrom New Zea- ron under Sir Frederick nnd sailors killed at Vera Cruz marines British held at B R. Wil-- 1 Stanford, were the guests of her land seized Apia, chief town of German Sturdee off the Falkland islands. The Brooklyn navy yard. President Wilson deI J Albright and Mrs. Dresden, badly damaged, escaped. livering the address. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cass Samoa. Emperor William ill in Berlin. mott. the firstof the week- .- The parents. May 13. defeated near Tannonberg. Constitutionalists captured General Beyers, rebel Boer leader, re-- Miss Bessie Sproule Russians Germans occupied Amiens. Aug. SO. Tampico. Rev. A J. Pike filled his regular 'ost week ported dead. Sept. 2. Seat of French government May 20. Mediators met at Niagara of Falls, Ont, and appointment with the Kirksville returnea inursaay iroin a two moved to Bordeaux. Lemberg, Austria, Turkish forces at Kurna,a at head expedi- n ing elimination outlined program Includgujf, surrendered to British Russians captured of Huerta, Carranza and tionary force from India. Baptist church Saturday and weens visic to relatives ana inenas after seven days' battle. Zapata and the holdl; a Dec. 9. Terrific fighting around Lowicz, under the auspices of aof free election Spt. 5. Germans captured Reims. provisional govHinkle, of r in Williamsburg.. Carr Singleton Sunday. Mr. A. G Poland. Sept. fi. British cruiser Pathfinder sunk Russian ernment. Dec. 10. Allies captured Roulers and trrpedo-iNorth sea June 5. Huerta accepted the Niagara Louisville, was the guest of Miss Alfred Leece, J. C. Leece, J. F., hvSept. 7. Allies victorious In a battle Armentleres. Falls peace program. Sylvan and Julian Bordes, Gillis along tl'.e line from Nanteull to Verdun, compelled to re Austrians in Servla June 23. Zacatacas taken by Villa's Kila Carson during the holidays. ! the imperial guard under the German treat was the Frederick, and other citizetsof Town prince being nearly annihilated by Dec. 11. Russians checked three of tho army. 2. The A. B. C. mediators left Miss Bernice Landrum July five German columns advancing on WarCopper-creesection, were in the British. Niagara Falls after Issuing a statement weeks end guest ot friends at this the saw, Germans Mt. Vernon Wednesday. F. Maubeuge. destroyed DInant and captured Allies repulsed violent attacks of Ger- that "all that remains toa be done is to organize and establish provisional place Miss Liza Renneratid.Mat Ypres. Sept. 8. Allies pushed government for Mexico." Francisco, W. A. Carson and John line of invading Germans. back the entire mans nearsubmarine attack on Dover German July 6. Huerta received the majorHelton were married at the home Robins were in Mt. Vetnon" Sept. 9 British forced Germans to reity of votes cast In the Mexican presiChristmas. Dec. 12. German barracks at Kiel of the brides mother treat along the river Marne. dential election and Blanquet was choby fire. Sept. 11. Russians drove the Germans sen Willard Hilton, of Stanford, has Wednesday. Governor Goethals asked that destroy--- s Trom several fortified positions in Russian July-- 15. Huerta resigned as presifce sent to Panama canal at once to Poland, but repulsed with heavy losses in of friends here fcr been the guest dent of Mexico and left the city. Franforce neutrality East Prussia. Carbajal was sworn in. as presi"rlMsh submarine passed under mines cisco several days. Miss Clyde Watson The liver loses its activity at 'Sept. 12. British warships from Auc dent. Dardanelles and torpedoed Turkish govern- July 20. Huerta sailed on the GerenteVtafhedt luncheon the fob times and needs help. Herbine is i?aHa took Herbertshoehe, scat of man cruiser Dresden for Jamaica. nver siimuiauu itai-5- r -- iE I Y tit - Tj ew rs 1915 Fasir" til UJliL E ?-J -- c .. -- "' . i The Ancients had a proverb "He is fortunate who possesses wealth, he is more fortunate who achieves success, he who both is rich indeed; yet he who may rightly claim one true and faithful friend is richer all ' Good Morning Good People This the 1st day of January, 1915 5 , I i - j . represents our than three' We wish our customers and 1 lkJli.J, i:rn -- t friends all three of these blessings and our sincere thanks for and appreciation for their liberal patronage for the old year 1914 . ZnWonTKAnJ?1 i 1 1! -- c S, 3 28th '. Anniversary in Business -? Very truly, SUTTON & McBEE. Se--i- a -- mob-.Hzalii'- n n-a- Gon-.ian- Chl-es- a, in:oiiiE.v -- o i.eut.-al-ity- . 5- - In this extended period of successful merchandising we have good reasons to be proud oi a repu tation that stands for all that is ,- - - tlu-c-u?- ! n. - h ii e Good - Trustworthy - mYtA - .., -- r n Pe-na- ng ! 1 Honest - Reliable Our whole efforts have always been to merit and win the favor and patronage of our friends and customers through the medium of Quality and Correct and Hon est Prices. When dealingwith us you can not expect anything but a - -- d thegut' s Jit 1 Auatila-fiuiiKar- you? ; Alsat-e-T-orraln- atte-iiptin- g Aiaitrli-lfiinjrar- v. , Tam-pic- mterii.rs shelk-ul-Isla- m .!!. -- T Eng-'an- d. 1 v ! I vt holi-spendin- Aua-'ralla- g posl-lon- en-rari- ce SQUARE DEAL It would make my heart glad if, today, I could grasp each of my hundreds of customers by the hand and thank tfrem for their patronage and kind treatment which has enabled me to build the. largest mercantile business in Rockcastle County. During. IQ15, we shall put forth every effort to give our customers - 22,-Y- pres at-n- ck 21.-Br- !tisb pd j i Gall-cia- J - ':.r J.e tii wvi; ieo. ? Vico-Admlr- al Per-pla- better service, better merchandise and better g values-Wishin- k for you all. Healthy Prosgerr ity and all good things, , ed vice-preside- nt Your humble servant, huvingiguesto Hi her home Jastln enecieu . Saturday evening: Miss Bernice, So purifies the bowels strengthFor Sals Two goqd. rows and restores 'ens digestion Landrum wd Mr. I. D. Hender-- i tren th vi r and cjleerfui Will sell at a bargiin, if srld at son. ot Mt. vernon; Air. a. u. spirits. Price 50c Sold byAJolirj once. Edgar Nrui.LiNs and Miss Robins, Brodhead, Ky. Hinkle, of Louisville, Mt. Vetnon, Ky. i2-i8-3- t. CASTOR1A Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Continued on Second Page CASfORI& FOR FLETCHERS - - "- - -- , ;- -- r CT5'"jf j. w v ,,:. z -- ,! ? w ,' 2 & MT. VERNON.-.SiGNA- L Where ft is Really Cold A us. .t.-5- I"5- - Here in Kentucky December has moved decidedly old fashionFriday, Jan. i 1915 ed in the estiomtly low temperaby tures reached during its several Published every Friday cold waves. And in November S. ALBRIGHT. EDGAR the mercury readied 10. There ?I.OC are fewer automobiles standing in UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR the streets of Louisville these bit Gays una there wre in Advertising rates mace known on ter winay balm3T October, and many motorapplication ists prefer the warmth of street cars to the exclusivenuss of open MEMBER OF automobiles. But up in the Klon-dykKENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION where it is really cold, the1 automobile enthusiasts are run-- j ning their machines over ten inches of snow, and enjoying the sport A Dawson riisp itch to the New York Sun tells of a Mr. Kallentyue leavit.g to make a race against In addition to a column on time between Dawson and WhiteBoone Way the Louisvilie Herald horse, a distance of 3(35 miles, and always a good friend to the Boone return. Another machine made a Way movement, publisht in it's record of less than five davs for issue a fine view of the Southern the round Mp. and Mr. Ballenend of the proposed highway, three tyue will try 10 beat it. is already made, miles of which Bicycling in Klondyke temperabetween Middlesboro.and Cumber tures and over snow roads would rlaud Gap, and un'der this picture be 'egardea in these latitudes as says: "The above view is from a poor sport, but a Dawson bicyphotograph of the modern macad clist aas set out for Whitehorso to amized highway, a section of the race for ths record. old Boone Trail or Wilderness Nothing appears extreme when lioad ( Boone Way) where it en you are u.,ed to it. In illustraters Cumberland Gap, near tion ot the point there is a bit of Middbsboro, where Kentucky, verse, which runs: Virginia and lennessee join. I saw a young lad in Quebec With the completion of Booneway Stranded in snow to his neck, from Crab Orchard to Cumberland I said: "Arn't yon friz?" Gap in the proposed American lie replied: "Yes I is," Touring system, of which it will Hut we don't call this cold in be a link, connecting the North Quebec. and the South, motor enthusiast-The cynical obseiver of sleigh from all parts of the world will ing, who said that it would cost attraction in find au irresistible blazed into the less and be just as agreeable, to following the trail .'.'Dark and Bloody Ground'" by sit on the front porch with both t& "Daniel Boone, the Father of Ken- feel in a tub of ice water and ring tucky The slogau of the good a dinner be;l and in addition to be more considerate of horses, would roads people of Southeastern K-tucky, "On to Cumberland Gap.' doubtless shudder at the thought m Daw- has not only a patriotic, but a ma of motoring about town siv nothing ot trying 3G5 terial anneal, from the fact that So". miles of fie dazzling White Way with the coming ot the long con . tern plated historic highway all between that point aud White-horseAnd many persons who lines of business endeavor will have addressed profanely engines benefit largely." . fi that refused to be cranked on cold In themselves a few years more days south of the Ohio River will or less count for little. Unless wonder if 50 degrees below zero eacfyday brings au interesting iak upon "the northern bank-o- f Yukon a contribution to experience, au is conducive to the proper funcaddition to the sum of worldly tioning of the carburetor. knowledge or to spiritual insight and ripeness of outlook, of what value is it. "D fl P m The mere routine of living, the y h u so L n chalking on life's score hoard of uneventful days "vegetable existence" is unimportant. .' It'is "keeping on the job" that Routed Thru our Town counts keeping alert, keeping and People Should interested, being always m the van of the progress of the times. Get Busy e, hard-packed , n General Carranza entered ".Co Cit ami ausumed the office of r v'isinuul president. Sept. 23. Villa denounced govern-m"headed by Carranza and Ins independence. lu'. 15. t'niixi ntlnn of Mexican con-siilionnlirt iiiefu at Apuas Callentes v.'-itself tho supreme power In Mex. of Mexico. 20 Carbajal abandons J March nresl-iloH'Y 19 - nt c ing fleets April 2. -- Tire in St. Augustine, Fla,. destroyed five tourist hotels and the county-cour-t house: loss. JoCO.OeO. April 2S. Explosion In mine at Rceles, W. Va., in the entombing ot IT" men and hope of their reseu was given Fifty-nin- e up burned men. severely rci-ulte- zard that overtooK Newfoundland March near browned Veniwe. when boit-collide- lives lost In bliz seuI Ln.Si(Ullf 'tt I'le lie n .!!. r'l tgan'.ed Church of the Latter Da ".rfilltd. He.-- . LEVEL (J KEEK. Xmas passed off dull and quiet here. Mr and Mrs Coleman Broughton and children of Montana, are here for an extended visit with Mrs. Broughton's p:ireuts Mr. aud Mrs. Mrs Win. Hursi. Miss Mary MaeLathim of Lang-doDormitory is spending the hohdas with her porents. Mrs. VV T. DeBord is slowly recovering from a long siege ot illness. Mrs. Chas, Hurst of Iudianap lis, Ind, is spending a few days with relatives here -- Albert Hasty of Atchison, Kansas, came in to spend Xmas with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Mullins of Wituars, spent from Thursday until Sun day with heriuothei Mrs. M E. Price Mis,ura M. Brown wis in An. Vernon last Wedmsdiy. M . A. C Sowder is able to uu up again after being confined to her bed several Weeks. Granville is here from Hurt Hoosier" to spend a few days with uomefolks Hugene McWilliams was down from Bee Lick tirst of the week Mrs C. M. Nelson of i.eaty ville, is visiting her father M. B. Jones. On the ibih the death angel vis-- t ited the homt ot Mr. and Mrs. Win. H. Brown and claimed for its victim their youngest son, Harvey. He had been in declining health lor more than two months but co one thought his condition so serious until a few days efore his death ann then all that the physicians could do was of no avail. He had been summon ed and said "he was prepared to go''. Harvey was a noble young man, 20 years old, and will be greatly missed. He seemed to be a favorite among the old as well as the young, always having a cheerful word for all. He leaves a father, mother, three brothers j and four sisters whose grief seems to them almost unbearable. He bore his suffeiing patiently, scarcely complained. Funeral CPfMrpC r. tvOVzi ftnWutn1 Friendship by the Rev. J. G. Sow-ain e'i:ed. in Chicago I'm- - 20 -- IS. -- Major E. A. Bigelow. U. S. A. Eugene Zimmerman, Cinclnnat nU!!ona!re Gt n. i Thomas Sherwin at Boston. ico. Nov. Auuas Oallantcs conference Gutieriez president of Mexico for 20 days. Nov. II. War declared between Car-raand Villa factions in Mexico. Nnv. 23. American troops under Gen-- t ral I'unslon evacuated Vera Cruz. Nov. 2D. Gen. Pablo Gonzales proclaimed himself provisional president 1 saved. 1. m f Nov h SIcieo. 2-- r D i ' to der. Ijo if r 20. Villa 00 troops. entered Mexico City S President Wilson sent troops Naco. Ariz., on Mexican bor- General Bliss told commanders and Villa foices at Naco, .v!o , thai lie would open fire on both if eame across the border. mv more fee. IS San l.uls Potosi surrendered to ""t.iruizn foie-.'! ! Gen UurIi Seott and General i 1. Vlllalsta leader, conferred a Vaco icardinff firing across boun-ir- v line. in. -- Mny 4. F"lre In commercial center ol Valparaiso, Chile, burned over two and a half acres and cost more than fifty lives. May 29. Canadian Pacific liner Empress-oIreland sunk in collision with Danish collier Storstad In St. Lawrence river. 1,024 lost, of whom 70S were passenger: 45? saved, of whom 246 were passengers. T..au rence Irving. English actor, and his wife and Sir Henry noted big game hunter, among the drowned. June 4. One hundred villages in Japan devastated by terrible storm. June 19. Mine explosion at Hillcrest. Alberta; resulted In the death of about Seton-Kerr, U- F1HANCIAL - .Jan. 2. J. P. Morgan & Co. announced withdrawal of members of the firm from dirertorates of many corporations. ! "pmpli's, hank Feb 9. Tenn.. rail.-President C. II. Kulne used Its funds in h? Me-en.- :!. i 200 fnrnnza s 25. Nearly half the city of Salem. Mass., destroyed by fire, loss being about $10,000,000. Most of the historic buildings were saved. Aug. 5. Thirty-eigpersons killed June miners. speculation Feti IJ. Standard oil companv arrange-to lend China $V" "" in rciurn for oil 'oneessiots In Shaii-F- i province. March 13 United State Express coni-nawent mil ol business April L -- Tht great "Princes' Trut" f Germnnv collapsed with loss of iliH'COOo pri ?. I iwat'fin ol the twelve regional reserve hanks- - tmdei the ne, vurrencv law -J m TRY THIS FOR NEURALGIA i Thousands of people keep fuffering with Neuralgia because they do not know what to do lor the it. Neuralgia is a pam in you want to do is nerves. What to soothe the nerve itself. Apply Sloan'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 Liniment Get a bottle of Sloan's any druggist and for 25 cents of have it in the house against colds sore and swollen joints, lumbago, sciatica and like ailments. Your monev back if not satisfied, but it does give almost instant relief. o-- inrioiin'-e- i ht rayi-THi1 ; POLITICAL Feb il IS. 21. House passed Alaska railroad n 1. Senate ratified general arbltra-0between United States and wnt nritain. Japan. Italy. Spain, Nor-an. Portugal and" Switzerland. Match 5. Preside nt Wilson read to message urging that the cluuse In e I'm una canal act exempting Amerl- coastwise vessels from payment of v, S'.-.con-r..-- ss 11 ,Va-r- 10. - Senate approved Alaska iT'niad .1 11. March Si. House passed bill to repeal nil tolls exemption clause by majority h ll5 be repealed co 5. House passed the three Wilson r.t'trust bil's by huge majorities .tunc 11. Pill to repeal exemption clause f th Panama canal tolls act pasted by nale July 1. George T. Henry, Jr.. of San and Washington nominated ' inlnssndnr to Russia. July ti Ira Nelson Morris of Chi-- n . appointed minister to Sweden. ntc 10. President Wilson appointed anr-C. to the Supreme ouri and T W. Gregory to succeed attorney-general- . Jeltovnolds as 15 Secretaiy of State Dryan envoys of Great Britain, ml tin ranee. Spain and China signed the '.ryin peace treaties. Stpt. 24. Frederic Jesup Stlmson ambassador to Argentine. rjit 20. The house passed the rlv-r- and harbors bill as reduced to by the senate. Oet 24. Congress adjourned after l session of fr,7 days. Nov. 3. In general elections Repub-ea- n pirty gained over the vote of 1912 vt failed to control congress. party fell to third place. Colorado, Oregon and Arizona went dry. congress was Die 7- .- Sixty-thir- d eHlled to order for its final session. Tune s d $20.-00.0- 00 and 25 Injured in train collision near Joplln. Mo. Aug. 2C. Steamer Admiral Sampson sunk by steamer Princess Victoria 20 miles from Seattle and 11 lives lost. Sept. 18. Steamer Francis H. Leggett sunk in a gale off Oregon coast. 70 lives being lost. Oct. 3. Earthquake destroyed and Burdur. Asia Minor, 2.500 'H'PO.OOU. July 6. loiv.i's blue skv law nrovid- lives being lost. ng for the regulation and supervision Oct. 17. Earthquake In Grecian provof investment companies held unconsti inces of Attica. Beotia and Peloponneby sus killed many persons and wrought tutional 23. federal judges. July ult Government began great damage. Oct. 27. Explosion and fire in the 'or dissolution of New Haven railroad nonopoly Franklin company's coal mine at July 23. President Wilson withdrew 111., resulted In death of 59 men. Jones as fire In lomination of Thomas l Dec. 9. nember of the federal reserve board plant of Edison company at "West OrAug. 4. Frederick A. Delano seltctef ange, N. J. for federal rf servo board Aug. 11. Directors of the New Haver road agreed to the attorney general's NECROLOGY terms for a peaci ful Jissoliition of tin ystom. Aug. 12. Dissolution of the Interna auJan. 4. Dr. S. Weir Mitchell, noted tional Harvester company as a monop thor and physician, in Philadelphia. dy in restraint ol trade ordered by th Jan. 8. Gen Simon B. Buckner. veteran United States d'strict court at Si of Mexican and Civil wars. Paul. Minn. Jan. 13. Dr. Edgar C. Spitzka, famous Sept. 4. President Wilson presentee alienist. In New York. to congress an appeal for an mer Jan 14 Count Yukyo Ito, fleet admiral gency Internal revenue measure tr 61 the Japanese navy, in Tokio. raise $lb.)0f()000 to make up for thf e Piequart, loss in customs receipt;; Jan. 19. Gen. defender of Dreyfus, at Amiens. France. Sept. 25. War tax bill passeu by tin Jan. 20. Lord Strathcona and Mount house. Royal, high commissioner for Canada, in Oct 17. Senate passed war tax bill London. Nov. 18. United States federal re 21. Edwin Ginn, Boston publishei. Jan. serve banks opened leaving $1.0CO.C0O to the 'world peace foun flee IS. Interstate commerce commls in 1!K. dation" which ho established ion granted in part the 5 p"i eent freight 28. Shelby M Cullom. former UniJan. atadvanee asked bv railroads east of ted States senator from Illinois. lie Mississippi and north of the Ohio. Feb. 5. Congressman Robert G. Bremei TiMill of New Jersey. Feb 13. Alphonse Bertlllon, creator of INDUSTRIAL the famous system of criminal ldentifica flu-ana- s ta Chanlin. Miine. Grnfell fc Co.. London bankers. Iilleu foi .'. VtQWO June 15 President Wilson ntiiniii:ied 'ollouitig as members ol t'e.lera' psrv" ioaT-Charl"- - S. II imlir of HosIom. D lone oi fhii-agu- . P'ui War-wr- s ot N'ew York. W. P G Hardin? of 'irmingham, Ala.. A. C. Alll'.ei ol San "raneiseo June 25. Thr H B. Clnfiln rnmpinv. leading wholesale rv eoo'ls ennrern of Ve". York, failed with liabilities ot about .Tune (. Dealers W anted r.-,- Roy-alto- n. I Seven-million-doll- ar e HEALER in each WE WANT a town in Southern Ohio, adjacent territory in V. Virginia. Southern Indiana and entire btateol Kentucky to take on our line of LEWIS. ALLEN . Our cars SELL good, and J1CTZ au satisfy the own ts, and you make MONEY. From Tiii U a good chance .75 up: al-- o one at JIM. lor an eMab'i lied Auto Dealer to take on a of popular cars, or for a lire .cickelltns line l.lsTLKR with a Iiule money ana lucKing uumiu-m-. ..w.i into a first cla-mack for particular to the Factory 21-E. MOTOHS COMPANY. Ninth St., Cincinnati. 0!ii. TriJc-awakomot-ilv-s- AiVLEN' "37" SS95 wpi j monev-m-ikin- x Kepresenta-tivM-KENTO- N Mario-Georg- - COM A DISORDERS MANY FROM THE LIVER Are You Jnst at Odds with Your- sell? Do Ycu Regulate Living? Are you sometimes atodds with yourself and with the world? Do you wonder what atis vou? True you may be eating regularly and sleeping well. Ye: something is the matter! Constipation, Haad- ache, Nervousness and Bullous Spells indicate a Sluggish Liver. The tried remedy r Dr King s New Life Pills. Ouly 25- - at your Bucklen's Arnici Salve for Skin Druggist. Eruption. Pro-:tes"i- ve Wash-ngto- ti. L DOMESTIC 1 Jan. 27. President Wilson ordered permanent government of Canal Zone into operation April 1 and appointed CoL George W. Goethals the first governor. Feb. 24. Court of appeals reversed. death verdict In case of Charles Becker, former police lieutenant in New York. tion. Feb. 14. Senator Augustus O. Bacon of Geoigia. Feb. 19. Mrs. Robert Louis Stevenson, widow of the famous novelist. Feb 22. Samuel W. Allerton. pioneer Chicago packer. Joseph Fels, millionaire philanthropist and single ta advocate, ot Philadelphia Feb 23. Formei United States Senator Teller of Colorado. March 6. George W. Vanderbllt. owner of Biltmore. March 8. Frederick Townsend Martin. March 12. - George Westlnghouc. famous Inventor. Dr. Josiah L. Piekard, March 27. former president of the Iowa State university and before that superintendent of schools of Chicago. April 1. "Rube" "Wadd.-l- l. famous ball Ford Automobile company set iside $1O.0e0.fli. of Us profits to distribute imong its employees, mostly In the form if increased wages Jan 6 United States circuit court ot appeals confirmed the conviction of 24 members of the International Association if Bridge and Structural Iron Workers on 'he charge of dynamite conspiracy, and granted new trials to six others pril 20. Striking coal miners and mem net s of Colorado National Guard fought in all day battle at Ludlow, a number of Jan. 5. FREE TO FARMERS By special arrangement the Ratekin Seed House of Shenandoah, Iowa, one of the oldest, best established seed firms in the country will mail a copy of their Biff Illustrated Seed Catalogues. This book is complete on all farm and garden seeds. It tells how to grow big yields and all about the best varieties of Corn for your locality: also Seed Oats, Wheat Barley, Speltz, Grasses, Covers, Alfalfa. Pasture and Lawn Mixtures, Seed Potatoes and all other farm and garden seeds. This Book is worth dollars to all in want of seeds of any kind. IT'S FREE to all our readers. Write for it today and j mention this paper. The address is ' RATEKIN'S SEED HOUSE, Shenandoah, Iowa. ..-.3!.- SEEDS t d. player. r m -- i: July 4. Twelve persons were killed and more than 900 injured In Independence day celebrations. Is there anyone today who can Aug. 15. Panama canal formally opened to commercial traffic. tote a piggin of water on their Hnrrodsbiu'g will soon have Sept, 4. David J. Palmer of Washhead without supporting the ves- anotlior reason for being placed ington, la., elected commander-in-chie- f of the Grand Army of the Republic. was a com sel with a hand? on the map.' Sept. 10. James Gordon Bennett, It has been selectmon practice years ago. How ed us one of the towns thru which owner of New York Herald, married Baroness George de Reuter In Paris. many cf the younger generation the national higliw.iy, the "Boone Oct. 17. Robert Taft, son of the forkriotv what a piggin L? And a Wuy," will pa .s to reach LcuisH mer president, married Miss Martha Bowers. Nov. 2. Twenty-on- e directors or forkeller. ville. It was originally planned mer directors of the New Haven railto have this national road go from road indicted by federal juryto in New violate York for criminal conspiracy 01 Judge James D Black, Cumberland Gap to Crab Orchard the Sherman antitrust law. one ot th" leading Demo Nov. 4. Chicago stockyards ordered and now that this much of the closed ten days to check epidemic of pi the mountains is a candicrats disease in the way has been assured, and as the middle West. date for Lieutenant Governor aud Louisville has done so much to Dec. 16. U. S. senate ratified the Intershould receive the nomination. national convention for safety at sea. April 1. Col. George "W. Goethals assumed his duties as governor of Canal Zone. April 5. Secretary Daniels Issued order prohibiting use of alcoholic liquors for drinking purposes on vessels and In yards of the navy. April 12. Four gunmen electrocuted In New York for murder of Rosenthal. May 7. Eleanor Randolph Wilson, youngest daughter of the president, married to Secretary of the Treasury "W. G. McAdoo in the WJiite House. May 19. Colonel Roosevelt returned South America. May 22. Charles Becker, former police lieutenant, found guilty a second time of murder in the first degree for Rosenthal slaying in New York. June 11. Kermit Roosevelt and Belle Willard married in Madrid. April 4. Frederick Weyerhaeuser. Minnesota lumber marnate. April 6. -- Mrs. L'llian M W. Stevens, head of the W. C T V April 9. Haruko dowager empress of Japan. E. S. Draper of Massachu setts. or journalist who won fame writing over the name 'Guth." April 17. McKee Rankin, veteran aetoi April 2fi. George F. Baer. president ol the Reading railway April 2.1 S S Bcman. famous architect May 2.- son-in-la- w April 15. -- George Alfred Townsend". Duke of Argyll, ol Victoria May Daniel E Sickles, last ot the great Civil war commanders. May 9. Charles W. Post, millionaire breakfast food manufacturer of Creek. Mich., committed suicide at Santa Barbara, Cal May 10. Lillian Nordica, grand opera the late Quei-- 3.-- Ge!i aen being ki led. April 22. Entire National Guard of Colo rado called out and ordered to Trinidad strike zone, where several more men were killed in the continued fighting. April 28. Heavy fighting took place In the Colorado mine strike war and President Wilson ordered federal troops there to restore order April 29 Colorado mine strikers at tacked the Forbes camp of the Rocky Mountain Fuel coirp.iny. killing seven nine guards and burning most of the tiuildings. Federal troops from Fort D V Russell arrived in the strike zone. May 1. Fourteen more troop3 ol federal cavalry ordered to Colorado strike zone. May 11. United States Supreme court set aside contempt sentences of Gompcn md othei laboi leaders May 16. -- United States circuit court ot appeals remanded 24 union labor men -onvicted of conspiracy to transport dyna mite, to federal penitentiary within three iveeks June 23 - One man killed and twt woundvl fighting between factions of min rs" union at Butte. Mont Aug. 3. Western railroad manager? .nen. Dec. OASTORI A ! Children Cry rOS FLETCHER'S fifi IO N E greed to mediate trouble with engine $3.00 YEAR Courier - Journal Daily by Mail (NOT SUNDAY) SIX MOXTHSiV di!.' m. jf It May 2d. -- William O. Bradley. U. S. sena tor from Kentucky May 26.- - Jacob Rlls. noted author am' loclologist. June 3. W. M. French, director of the "hlcago Art Institute June 14. Adlal E. Stevenson, formei of the United States. June IS. Former United States Senatot "rank M. Hiscoek of New York June 21. Baroness Bertha von Suttnci 'ustrian peace advocate and winner o. he Nobel prize. nt tar. In Batavla. Java. S. The Colorado coal strike. force s'nee April. 1910. was calld v the miners. In oft SPORTING Or Palma won Vander Feb. 2G. hilt tup at l.or An.: les. making averast ." miles peed of in hour Pullen won fifth Inter Feb latioral Grand Prix automobile race a ianta Monica. Cal. May 13. Lawrence Jen ins of Scothinf von British amateur Rolf May Ouimet of Boston wot tmateiir fjolf championship of France May 30. Rene Thomas, driving a Delajj race at To at for France, won Hanapolis In 6:03:45 09. an average o ? 47 miles an hour, breaking the record o . he speedway. June 13. British team won first of tin nternational polo matches at Meadow 2S-Ircis 500-mi- le During January AND Bar-bonrvi- lle foot-and-mo- July Joseph Chamberlain, veterar British statesman. July 12. Horace IT. Lnrton. nssocl of the Supreme court of the Tnited States. Aug. C. Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, wifi f the president. . Jules Leinaltre, famous French 3. ite-Justi- February Only Kegulsr Annual Bargain Utter-iteur- When a man goes out of his way he is, al IP tell you how squat e ways take his word for it, but keeg:.yfur hand on your pocket-boo-- k. Did you know there are some citizens of this town c'aim they dpn!t"read the Signal? 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Cbamberiain's Kiimiis. nrfiriiipan tv.' t mxpu wKB.w,im J lil I nsAC ram relaxes the muscles Tablets agorded me great relief wd the patient can move about from, the first, and since taking unmM r,vm i'.t) .reely andcomfortabiv. Price ?,;e a m one bottle of them I feel like a . .tM'n " . joc and bi oj per bottle Sold by FOR FLETCHER'S different person." For sale by all ohn Robins, Brodhead, Ky. dealers, India paper. What a s.a faction to own the J err! Webster in a form 6o li and so convenient to u. Oaehalf the tliickness ni vrclcht of Regular Edition etro- - DM ii Mil push this roidway through the mountains, it has been decid ed to ext-n- d the highway clear across die state, going froui Crab , Orchard to Stanford, Harrodsbjrg. Lmvrenceburg, ShfibyvilL and into Louisv.lle. Hi-s- i' counties already have g- od roads passing thru thetn and with very little expense they can be regraded and placed in a condition deserving the designation of the "ftuone Way," and thus would he placed on a national high a ay ov.'r which tourists from all parts of th-- i country will travel, for the. opening of the Boone Way will give a clean sweep of model road clear from i Chicago to Jacksonville, Florida. Let the people and the Fiscal Court take the matter up and agree to improve our pikes sufficiently from the Bryle county border to the Anderson county border, so that Harrodsburg can be routed on the magnificent "liooae Way." Our roads are SO good now it will take very little! work to make them perfect. Harrodsburg Herald. Ban-villeHar-rodsbui- DISASTERS Jan. 5. Oil tank steamer Oklahoma sank off Sandy Hook, 25 of the crew perishing. g Great storm on the Baltic Jan 10. roused submersion of several villages and drowning of many persons. Hoods in Belgium did millions of dol-taiworth of damage. Jan. 11. Terrific storm hit northwest tussla and 13) peasants lost their lives In mow. Many thousands of persons perished in outhern Japan when volcano of Sakura--lim- a burst into activity, following repeated eaVthquake shocks. Largo city of Casf'Shima partly destroyed and several villages blotted out s" the Burlington railroad Sept. S. Sir J. Henniker Heaton. ra ther of penny postage between Eng land and America. Sept. 8. Baron O'Brlan. lord chic Justice of Ireland. Sept. 16. James 13. Sullivan, seere or the Amateur Athletic union. Sept. 18. Mrs. Frank Leslie. Sept 25. Rear Admiral Herbert Winslow. U. S. N.. retired. Sir James P. Whitney, premier of On tary-treasurer Aug. 19. Pope Plus X. Aug. 20. Father Francis Xavie, Wernz. head of the Society of Jesus Aug. 23. Darius Miller president o. ipera singer. Aug. 12. rol Plancon. famous grant Period Limited to These Two Months. tirlo. Iun IB. British polo team won second natch and International cup. June 19. Yale defeated Harvard by fout eet In annual boat race. Harry Vardon won British open golf hampionship for sixth time June 26. Columbia University won Inter :ollegiatP regatta at Poughkeepsle. June 27. Jack Johnson retained heavy weight championship by defeating FranV fight In Paris. Moran In twenty-roun- d July 4. Harvard crew .won the Henley rejratta. July 7. Freddie Welsh of Wales won the lightweight championship by de feating Willie Ritchie of America in JUST ONE-HAL- F REGULAR PRICE Subscription orders at this rate will be accepted only when sent through regular Courier-Journa- i Agent in this district. 7 Prlilsli submarine with crew of eleven, lost during maneuvers off 10. A-- J.t. government's arctic exploring expedition under Vllljalmur Stefansson. rrshed in the ice und sunk northeast of Jan 17. Lo3s of the German steamer Villa with passengers and crew of 9S of he coast of Terra del Fuego confirmed. Jan. 19. Thtee hundred Japanese refugees from the volcanic eruptions on buried under falling cliff and killed Jan 30. Old Dominion liner Monroe sunk in collision with the steamer Nantucket off the Virginia coast and 41 perSa-kur- Plymouth. Steam whaler Karluk, flagship of Caha-I'a- n state. Oct 1C. Marquis dl San Glullano. Italian foreign minister. Oct 25. Sir Charles H. Douglas, chief of the British imperial staff. Nov. 1. Lieut Gen. Adna R. Chaffee retired. Nov. King Charles of Rnumanla Cardinal Ferrata. papal secretary ol Oct. 10. Siberia u sons drowned. March 8. St Louis Athletic club destroyed by fire: 40 perished. March 15. Quake and volcano killed many on Hondo Island, Japan. 1V.TiVi 1. Mnnw mataliA1 t tiitmitHnna and flood in Province of Stavropol, Ru- - John Kean. former U. S. senator from New Jersey. P. Augustus Helnze. coppei; magnate. Nov. 14. Field Marshal Earl Roberts. Nov. 19. Dr. Robert J. Burdette, humorist, writer and pastor. Nov. 20. Mrs. Vlunle Ream Hoxie. noted sculptor. Nov. 2.4. Cardinal Cavalleri, patriarch of Venice. Dec. 1. Rear Admiral Alfred T. U. S. N.. retired. Dec 4. Sig. Perugini. noted singer and .icror. Dec. 3. W. W. Rockhill. noted American diplomat Dec. 10. Congressman Sereno E. Payne cf New York. 4. Ma-ha- n. July 1C. Georges Carpentier of France, receiving the decision over 'Ounboat" Smith of America on a foul n London, won the white heavyweight championship. Aug. 1. Charles Evans. Jr.. of Chicago won the western amateur golf championship. Aug. 21. Walter C. Hagen. professional, of the Country club of Rochester, N. y.. won the open golf championship of the United States. Aug. 2G. J. M. Barnes of Philadelphia won the national tennis championship. Sept. 5. Francis Ouimet won the American amateur golf championship. Sept. 19. Mrs. H. Arnold Jackson of Boston won the national woman's golf championship. Oct. 13. Boston National team won world's championship from Philadelphia American league team. Nov. 21. Harvard won eastern football championship by beating Yale, and Illinois won the Western Conference title when It defeated Wisconsin. -- London. JULIAN MILLER, MT. VERNON, KY. Courier Journal Co., Louisville, Ky. mi : w Iolli , Dangers Of a Cold. by farjthe most dangerous? It is not the colds themselves that you need to fear, but the serious diseases that they so often lead to. For that reason every cold should be gotten rid of with the least possible delay. To accomplish this you Chamberlain's Cough will find Remedy of great help to you. It loosens a cold, relieves the lungs, aids expectoration and enables the system to throw off the cold. For sale by all dealers. -- nor ailments colds are Do you know that of all the mi- . Di&mondw9 The Drop Tip IT. ! n . L8?; il'' PH"6" " jt Children Cry i I aF". f The fey Pads For Fall Swamm Now Aeatcfy S Hats for You. ( CASTORIA Af 'U 5? ! .it Brarxn?mKuai9 I : 5 . MT. VERNON SIGNAL' Mt. Vernon, Ky Jan. i 1915 t fr""J ! F,sh"s !lle itfl,II,f? u .derwe.tr ii 3JC thi- - smue5"cj J Luther Manis has bought th-JD C Pi ice stock of Groceries and N ! ! I W. T. M.c- Lebanon Junction. CnHoug-- j will, in the near luture, ., .. ..,y... I,;.. (......!,.(., .I u.i'it uii jn.iii.iv in ucuiiiiuu, r..y . Film Mr. and Mr.--l W. Cathn have fgyJ returned friki-i- t wnh friends at L" :inoi&&F. - j. R. Miller, U 3 ovangthst is hok.ing a series ol EC' meeting:, at the Lliri.stiiu church, Kvoryone cotr.i.illy invited to at-- J . nistalhitioii oi toad. oilicers at.d tollov.ed bj- a banquet m it tht Masonic Hall last Mouday.pi night. A fine time was had and eeryuouy won pieaseu Jo.inis Ovel'bay is in a serious condition Vernon George Payne of this town, who and not expected to live but a lew F. L. Thompson Jr. is was a star pitcher v.ith the Charleswho has m Louisville todav. Night School days. J.iCk. Owrbay,improving. ton, S. C Cliibui ihe South At slowly puitimoiia, Miss Bernic? Landrum is visit- l.intic League last season, wdi J E. WoodU, of London, the ing in Louisville this week. Tne free nght school will t:ike hustling .saletai.tn, was with our pitch lor the binyhinitoii Club ol .L.Maurice Brown was down ihe New Vnik st.ic league this up its work again next Tuesja ni moiciants Tuesday. -- Mrs. Da. id from Ivast Bernstadt Sunday. his oiniiiJ season. Puvi.e Owens, our assistant post mis-tiesWe have some room left for and Mrs IV. H. Fish spent baseball career pitching "With ouY Mr ha booa sick for a few wou!d l'ke the days, but i; lowly improving a portion of the week in London, j local boy.s about Jive yeais ago and meno puvilh, and people who need our assista.ico, to Mr. and Mrs. Then (jraes h..u Tm lirtlo son of Mr. and .v. rs has made xu I very sick this Haines Ricsels is Mt. Vorium has beu without avail themselves of Uvs spitndid returned from Covington, where Mrs. week. telephone conncc'io 1 most ol the ipportuuitv. Put your pride in they spent tle holidays. your pocket, and get wise to this James Davis has returned to her tf wires being Miss Hope Morgan of Ivst w.ek on a count is with Miss Christine d.H.u as the result of the heavy opportunity. At,o is nolmrier home at Covington, after a few Bernstadt snow ou Thursday nijjht of List We are riving to obliterate .1 days' visit wnh her sister, Mrs. Davis. county Cam Mullin.- -, L Cockroll. Brodhead, Livingston and literacy in Rockctel!e M c Ferron sper. t week. M is Georgia Held at the j sh. riff, and Doe Cum mins deputy r.ry lines suf- come and help us. Saturday and Sunday in East and many ot ti:j-oa We Stand By What Yew Buy." Graded School TueBdav and sheriff, were here between minis M .iu.er, Wade fered likewise Berm-trdt- . Thursday of each week at 7 p m Sunday. C. K. Rice is on the V. J. DeBord of Walnut Grove Graves with his cum of linemen sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. service Pulaski eoutty, was here Tuesday expects to have ijie UOPEW 15 L L Hugh Stewart, of Cincinnati, Ohio, restored by today on business. Mi'S OnieSonrdcr is vfeiun her are visili- g relatives here this Judge and Mrs. G. M. Ballard The Signal npiesmtativD wii : Kv. C, week Where is our old friend t,S. spent the past week with relatives be toady to wi c lvctiplsat any brotiiorJaio a tjvd-.- -. lo-C Franklin, lie is in Covington. time during comt that lv UarmiiMl'if this place, w.s re- strayed or stolen, as either not he has alicy Please elected Pastor of Sinking Miss Angie Hunt M Maretburg, ia-- t du .lubscjipfion. A been hero for several days. gue.it of Jfiss don't forget i!i jnp r man v. hen church for the ear igis. Ho has is the pleasant great ckal ol uneasiness is felt you start to c.nrt next Morday preached for that church four Roberta, Purcell. years Mrs. Ch ulie Cannibal is concerning him. Will some one hWs Cecil Davis and brother. but biinga ffy jnclvles along tor numbcied v ith thd sick. Mrs. please advise his whereabouts. Maxwell, from Burnside.are visit him, if y.i are wii i:ja past due resubscription list. We need it and i iittrV Arnild spent Thursdaynvith This information will be gladly ing relatives here. ceived tit Livingston- - James most assuredly want all that is Mrs Wm Arm-i- ut Mi Vornoti, ' Mrs. K S Albright and childbetter known us "Wam-pu-,& 23s3!3fc Mrs. Charles Caruiical spent jm-tloui's portion of ihe weak ren spent a was m Mt. Vetnon, Tues- Tursday with Mr Alfred B irnts .. : .1 Mi! i. Laurel. ICiv x and Hll counties with relatives at Loudon. vw'5 beivicu at toe Airs, unuitsof ipiro, is with ' are each gojitin lva ?y o vote on a'.,, , ,,. ., ... BapMSt church, baturihy and Rev. and Mrs. Gtorge Tinsley f. ,, ,. ... iheir i)5rt of , Lr.viiigton were with Mr. and bir.dlssnclo bu'ld Sunday, conduct G by the regular of X :y. i httis Rockcast'e, mical has pastor, Edgar Allen, of Mt. Vernon .Mrs C.C. D.vU during the weelc hoone returned home after ; ti.ne a start is .. ,i. J. H. Bro.vning will move lib .i Ky Kov. J. Ross Miller who heli a izoing to o? Ii IQCrJiA being tu'jde, either to yote bonds'..., smee'ing here lat Fall is now enVer-o- r family to the property vacated by Mrs. Mt. jSmer .. ir fjciiixo a.special tax. Roekcastlo is : tt r -Ssee ,i n hi :i, at.iitt n r .. W. M. Preston. Christmas, that gaged in a meeting at Livingston i.i.. AivttrT i liiia put Boone Wav place spent thecousny wiu-COMPLETE LINE Xmas with her brother r0it holiday is over A day that ft ft Dr. Walker Owens was very JPC0VW$ on the map ana Wi ceitamlv do everyone iooks torwaru to ann it Coffins, Caskets aud Robes r. John W. Stokes at Mt. Vera n, sick this week and at one time it not want to be the last to gel was surprising the way it passed Mail, Telegraph or Telewas thought bis condition very ready to build our part of that im- McPARLAN D MEMORIAL off in our little town. While there serious. phone orders Promptly PRESBYTERIAN CBniCH was some whiskey used, yet it was portant roaL A Mh-seRuth Mullim, Sallye Filled in the hisLittle Jack Curiis wa- - about the Services for the follow in. week the most peaceful time Reynolds, Mrs. Bessie McCiure fc $ac$3ejgrcx$& :o$dc$d happiest kid in town Christmas beginning tory 01 Livingston and how this Sunday: and Everett Mullins spent Sunda morning He had hung up his speaks for us. Don't you see we Sabbath School, 9 45 a.m. in Corbin. stocking in C. C Dav's drug store for a boy's bank accan bo gcod when v;e try, so let's Classes for ail ages. W. C, Boone after spending the by direction of the clover clerk, keep this up and it will speak Christian Endeavor, 6 30. count would be a holidays with his sister, Mrs. J as. Loirs Miller, who called on Jack's for us- .- Sam vVard, of ChiAll young people invited. lriends and saw to it that a nice Rickels returned to his homo in ten-sp- ot Beginning Monday, ith Janu- cago, is visiting relatives here for suit of clothes including all acces Stanford. Misses D. B. Ram-bJsorios were found by Jack's .stock ary, we will hold our first meet- a lew days the acplan to Judge L. W. Bethurum was 'in ing when ho called early Christ- ing of the week of u.nversal J. R Mink and Joe Griffin was and Louisville first of ihe wee!: to at- mas morning Our line of Couch Caskets Jack Fish later united praver. All t e evangeli- in Louisville last week. We were count of the youngstend the meeting of the Kentucky addtd a pair of gloves and is unexcelled ovei cal churches for many y.ars Mht asked our .dews on the bond ter and then let Bar Associat.ou. Will say. we voted against Hand-mad- e coat to the outfit That's some have set apart the first week cf Coffins furnished Ben Flbhback, vho is taking a spugery, (society for the purpose 'he year for prayer The it before but if it ever comes to a build it up himself course in ike mechanical depig- of useful givinc). Hearse sent, to all parts of meetings will begin every n'ght at vote again we will vote for it, and take Some ment of utate C'olleije, Lexington, the County. 111 one reason for tne change is.if we has been spending Xmas holidays Mondny was the annual Wtion 7 p. , aid will be led by a repre pleasure in saving have any toads tit to travel, it with his mother. of officers of Ashland Lodge No. sentalive for each of the depart-i- n ever All orders by Wire Promptly Filled uts o.' the churches activit. will be by taxation and not by others in spending F. & A. M. when the follow-in- g Mrs. W. G McBee returned 640 working the malilia, as now, for home Wednesday after spending officers wure elected and will In conjunction with our week of all depends how prayer we will have awedc of Self- -' we hive soon this tried for .'everal a. week with her parents in Stan- be installed at the next regular You tire asked .to make ears and we still have the same ford. MissPattye Perkins, her off MT. VERNON, KY. you Phone 94-Monday denial. sister, accompanied her home for meeting, the second some definite act of sell sacrifice, mud holes, nor have the roads imnight in January. They are as Suppose yourself a few days visit. or self denial and give the money proved one lit. to give us Boone follows: ;y and we will be sat sfied, but you open an account lor was Mrs. Mary E. Williams Master E. B. Cox; S W., E R. thus saved to our self denial" fund. with Ihe roads thai wo have now here I lie Avill your made most cheerful in her lorg Gentry; BETHURUM & LEVIS J. W., F. L. Thompson The results will be handed over in their piesent condition we are lieve hoy guaranteed security continued illness by the many r ; Secretary, to the Boards of Home aud ForW. T. Davis; Attorneys at Law not. interest flowers and other Xmas gifts artl net a lilK.-r.i- l UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Treasurer, John II. Coffey and eign Missions. as well. Bldg. by her many devoted Tyler, Please remember this special Offices in Bethurum HOWS THIS ' J. W. Parsons. It is po lriends. effort. Rev Jno. M. M acmiu.an. Willpractice in all the Courts sible that ihe installation will Le WoiiTerOne Hundred Dollars The little daughter Ol Mr. and public, followed by a banquet. ItewMi'd for any cai-of Catarrh Make a Deposit with us today h I VliNHKTON. Mrs C. A Furguson, who had that cannot be cured by Hall's Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Gentry such a long and hard struggle, but Catarrh Cure. I were here during the week visitF. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O. Miss Cora Griffin, who has a powho wac thought to be on the way Children-- . Tor Infants and to recovery has had a relapse and ing relatives. Mr and Mrs Gen- sition at Shelbyviile, Ivy., is with We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the hist '15 esus try celebrated their crystial wed home folk? The Rind You Have Always Bought during the holidays for three days the end has been ding on Xmas" nigh', with a turk Mrs. T. B. Lair, of Mt. Vernon. and believe him perlectly honor-aM- e momentarily expected. Bears the in all business transactions ey supper. Ice cream and home ffi&c&x Signature of is with relatives here this week. and financially able Later. Baby died last night to carry on baked cakes were served. They STOCKHOLDER MEETING The Jr. O.U A.M. order of this any obligations made by his firm. and will be buned this afternoon. Jonas McKenzie, received eighteen nice pres- place organized a lodge National Bauk ot Commerce, President A meeting of Stockholders near Stop The Child's Colds, They of Peoples Bank th? ents, fourteen of which were Brush Breek, Monday Toledo, 0. LOCAL will be held at night, with H aTs Catarrh Cure is taken inof handsome cut glass. These tweuty seven charter Often Result Seriously their banking house in Mt. Ver Geo. S. Griffin, members. ternally, acting directly upon the Cash rings liud at Fish's. presents were from friends all the Colds, Cronr. and Whooping non, Ky., Monday Jan. 4th 1915 Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Magee, of blood and mucous surfaces of the ailments at 10 a. m. for tne purpose ot Cough are children's way from Mt. Vernon to Detroit, Corbin, stooped off Circuit Court rext Monday. hero Monday, system. Testimonials sent free. which need immediate attention. electing directors to serve daring Mich. The Rev. Bell, of the Leba as they vere W. L. Richards. returning home from Price 70 cents per bottle. Sold s are often most the ensuing year. Start the uew year right wear nan Junction Baptist The Cashier bv all Druggists. Church, was Crab Orchard. Miss Tempest P. L. Thompson, Jr., serious. Don't take the risk Fish's 15. special suits and save one of the guests Take Hall s Family Pills for " and gave thanks Ward, after a few days' visit with you don't have to. Dr. Kinc's Cashier. 2t. the difference. constipation. Victor C. Tate, when all had assembled atound home folks at New Discovery checks the Cold, Brodhead, has reDr. S. C. Davis has been kept the nuptial board. May the rise turned John soothes the Cough, allays the InLear ha- - returned Good Roeds meeting flammation, kills the Germs aud prettv close to his room for the of the journey through life for to his 'post as ATTORNEY-AT-LAhealing teacher in the to allows past ten days, because of his this spieudid couple be crowned Graded School, House to- Childrn's Coughs Children's work Nature at do her Druggist. your after the 50c. Y. MT. VERNON. health and the extreme weather. with pleasures, 'happiness and holidays with relatives. Colds Both are Bad Buy a bottle Well, the night When one of your little ones is the sincere wish of long talkea-o- f On 2nd. floor fo will happen'Satur-daFranklin Allison played Santa prosperity shows symptons of an approaching the editor oi the Signal. 7 o'clock. The Bank ofMt. Vernon , oa Churck night at 12 o'clock, when the come Bell's on Xmas morning came nearer cold, give it Dr. 0 street. Special attentioB give lights in the dispatcher's office acts quickly. at once playing the part of a real Santa Heartburn, .indigestion or dis and prevents the Itcold growing to collections. Good Roads meeting will be blown out and the office Iress of L Conover than we have seen. Dressed like the stomach is instantly worse . Very healing soothes Phone No. 80. 1a Santa, and ed down w ill tos, will in relieved House to- - Everbenow darkness lor some time. the badlyby HerbinefoodItout lorces the Lungs, loosens the mucous, cindies and fruits, he rade all digested of the strengthens the KY, then tha tal would MT. system. It's over town giving to every child 'nights get started that the di .putchers body and restores tone in the guaranteed. Only 2oc. at your V C r'V b 0 d "V Fron tRooms over Baknr's Store ri . soinetid ig. He looked aud play- Rnv a bottle todav' Phone 49-woulJ be moved iiom here and stcmach and bowels. Price 50c. 5rno(n-qt. $ FOR FLETCHER'S. t CIOCK i Sold by John Sobins, Brodhead, Bucklen's Arnica Salve for Sores, 7O ed well, the part. COme. now we can say this timeitisii ft . g I Price stand Willie Dillingham and Miss An 11a Brown: Dalhs Dillingham and Miss Maitie Owen, of the Spiro (Q) were married and Ottawa last week The State Assoeiat ion of Com LOOiSV'LLE iNASHl'lLLC ft R. CO. Waher Mysintror, a prosperous nionweahh'h Atiorneys aromett-.younI farmer Mid ati;k dealer of iug today at the Seel bach Hotel. TIATTf TAP.T"R the Iliatt sect o 1, r.nd Mis? .S.lor Ad drosses bv President ft. G 22 ucttn daughter of Mpcfc Savior of the Williams, of Coving toil; bv Lieut y:o0ani 24 nortn ;and bv Dennis marrier' lata Gov. McDo'tnott a W stmosecluivue.v 23 smtl Smith, oi Cadi., nre on tl.o pro week at Richmond ":J l2:lonm 21 South gram. The officers ol t;ic associaLaurtl ctiui i w ,i. .k a vote tion are: R G I as. Landrum, Agent. William, on a U;o 000 Ivrid for ; pres-.doiiBen D. Riugo, Phone No. S. highway impro .u.tnt. The pe Owe sboro, fi st vice president; Enteral al tin- Ml Vernon, Ky. PostoiTiPf titions are boi- g circulated this s mail natter. as week. Up to aftr Emmet Puryear, Danville, Secretary and treasurer. Lou'sville noon there had uolbena sin&le Times. L K 11 S ( X A h n Use petition. voter refused to cii-racu- 79 wr cote with SIGNAL 'V toCummunl. r yl-i-- , y will continue the buMuess at the T? TW W. Sams, W. At the Mt. Von on Ha;vi t M. ju I'ret nd L. G Kalin will bo church Rev Don O. Smith, the taken to Louisville. Wo regret to you iearued to love lht Jant-.- irivo them up f .r we have been " "l .r;- - l,nnnn.. ,if K!.. ,4. uru.H, ,wjth theu for lh( ast sjx ea ,uuOC w. la -"- -. " ia!:a we v.illmk,s thorn, but a they & ',uui:"n"l:i1"1" Hure j,oing Wo ivWi that they may 3i uvbu. piwuracu-JUuI be happy. iueewngattneipl. A. T. Baptist churchy Tuesday Jan. 5th iat)ier and family are spending ' p' m , the holidays with relatives in Ke-glftii- protracted meeting j fact, as Mer-- i R. T. Lemmonds, JF .1 m-:- .., ..,,,, :!- u i, 1 .' - I V i iB to "&&:& ts m zr-m- k jp m h - 5.pm i wwsr inamu vi n - 1 p I Co?-mgto- n. Is--u- e iilt-ction- - - bteoiid-ciiif-- Cas-hie- r Mt ree ban 7pm s. Kindly for the business you've given us during Nineteen Fourteen. We assure you that it was fully appreciated and we hope to have the pleasure of serving you during Nineteen Fifteen, We wish you good Health, Prosperity and Happiness for the Kjew Year. MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN YOU COME TO MT. VERNON. A ! a ii'-u- al - ne-kfo- r ODirlS FONE 77 THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES X2$3C& De-wut- it, ", y -- GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER -- ye" .,5 h Brodhead i Cfli-pent- er r I i cz J 111 gQ-IX&- lit s Really Good Boost 4 vol-um- -- Itisagood o, start TAKERr o. him boys It W. A, COXvl start them S V J. C.McCLARY pre-seat- ed -- e Mt. Vernon Vice-Preside- nt h Bank of CASTOR Stanford. Ky after-effect- 12-2- 5 Asst-Cashi- er at Court Everybody 'C. William, W, to-da- , y Pine-Tar-Hon- at Court E a-i- d &x&s&x&y&x$x& 4 P Demist Vw (: Children Cry " -- ) 3!C335QCCS CASTORIA -- tyv ".Ai jfe . S TPs . ;t?j; - 7M.: i ..jtfcrr "w ''"v&smPyrr.z, y. - i " V'Tr -- H tended dy the coinrsnics that t propel ty of the railroad compani PEOPLRS was assessed at more than its i value by the present board), and thii im ffPMT tre assessment against farm lanu GQVERNQ and city lots must be raised before will the assessment against the propeity could be ! cor- - of the railroad companies lailrcad comi.an'es and other franchise tax had increased. State Auditor Who Has Helped I do not believe the farm lands of bepn inadtquately assessed tor many consequently were not nay- - this state are generally assessed for to Bring About Fairer Valua- - jeais, and nig their fair pioportion of the taxes taiation and valuation as low as one-haof their real value. If the value lion ol Franchises ot Big of the farm lands of this state shoul i of ' be estimated by capitalizing the net Corporations Is a Candidate income dei'ved therefrom on til's basis of 0 per cent, which method U KOfflinailOni h f0und thatthe fiancliises of these I employed to find the value of railroaJ i OF UBlDOGraiSG ViS tsij .?J a corporations were not fairly assessed, property, it would be demonstrated s a H2 e as chairman of t'yjJard I would use that leal estate at present is assesse I MAfiAER! ir.y power to coiTjmny ollicial de- at approximately the full value thereRUNNING ON RECORD linquency that hrtiffiretofore exist- - of. In other words, if the same mode or metiiod of ascertaining valuf AS PIIRI C QFRVANT,cd lu that resl'ect- goon after entering upon my official should be applied to find the value o. duties as auditoi I caused a catefui real estate it nould be shown that examination to be made of the reports :eal estate is assessed at its full Full DaysWorkForFullDayS made by all corporations for assess alue. The court, preliminary to is an Pay and a Square Deal In ment Purposes to ascertain whether companies injunction, onrequired theb. a valuation to pay " these corporations in the past had n j taxation TOT nICn ana r00r,ueen adequatelj assessed for the pur- - i.reatly in excess of any sum they had poses of finding out the truth as to paid on in previous years. Tne aggre-sat- e Allke In HIS Platform. increase in the amount of taxes the actual value of this character of aid by these companies in the year To the Democrats of Kentucky: pioperty in the slate. j f of j After due rellection I have fully de- I had this information carefully pre 1912 over the year 1911 was about r ceded to become a candidate for the pared, in writing, and when the time $125,000. In the years 1913 and 1914 OF ROCKCASTLE COL N'T V Democratic nomination for governor came to assess these franchises Jaid i like sum was collected from thes? During the three years ot this great state. 1 do this with a it before my colleagues on this board companies. full sense of the high responsibilitj The result of the investigation I of my administration tacse four com ii.cinied, if nominated, and the obliga-t.on- s made of this subject showed that panies hae paid to the state $375,000 that will rest upon me if elected. most of the small companies doing more in taxes than was paid by them 1$ HAXK PEOPLES 1 have been a Democrat all my lite business in the state had previouslv during a like period of time under tho my immediate of rnd have never voted against a party been piopeily assessed; but the large administration nominee. My father before me was corporations of the state, those with predecessors. These suits now pend a Democrat, and I am proud to say great power and political influence, inf,', when decided, will determine fmally the amount of taxes tnese comtbat I nave five brothers of the same had been grossly faith, all of whom have been equally (either by design or thiough incom panies will have to nay annually to lr.yal with myself to the Democratic i ptencO. One of the most flagran' the state in the future, and the ques- now ask that the people examples of favoritism extended by Jon of the leal value of this property laith, and shall i. ,udec.:sois in Lilue was mat i will no longer be open to discussion. oi this tneat commonwealth It is important that the question of value of tnese franchises should be judicially determined and forever because the belief has prevailed n this state among all the people for rine yeais that the big corporations f the state were always active in olitics of the two dominant parties ii t'ie state, with the end in view of heing favored in the assessment of heir franchises. With franchises of oiporations assessed at their real value, as they should be, the corpora- '.ons will be taken out of politics in bis state, as they ought to be. j As auditor of the state for the past hree jeais I have also been a mem- .er of the sinking fund commission if the state and. having information ained while acting in that capacity. believe I am thoroughly familiar ith the fiscal affairs of the state. I am in favor of and, if elected ill advocate the passage of a law TEN-CEN- T at will require that all state sup can of Babbitt's ies used at all state institutions to pure lye is paid insurance against purchased by the competitive bid ; ng system, and that the lowest open dirt or germs: guaranteeing clean lid for supplies furnished all institu sinks, and thoroughly sweet and tions be accepted, and I believe could easily save $100,000 a yeai sanitary conditions in the home, and by inaugurating such a system. in your barns, kennels or hen houses. I am in favor of and will work for, it elected governor, the establishment of a sjsttmi of taxation that will be ;If you will write we will send you a fair and just to rich and poor alike, book Absolutely Free telling a hun- and that will cause the listing of pergonal propei ty for taxation, which 'dred uses for Babbitt's Lye; also our x.ovv, because of the rate of taxation premium catalogue illustrating beauin many taxing districts, does not pa any taxes at all, and that will place tiful and valuable presents exchanged the burden of taxation where it be :for coupons. longs, on those best able to bear it. I am in favor of such legislation, o. of a constitutional amendment, if necessary, to put a fixed and definite limit upon the rate of taxation in Kentucky, a step wliich I believe "B. . BABBITT Soap will cause our officials to follow a policy of economy and efficiency in the BABBITT'S LYE The Best Home Soap Maker handling of the people's funds. : Highest in Strength but not in Price 70c I am opposed to the convict labo: system and favor the abolition of the P. O. Box 1776 New York City HENRY M. BOSWORTH. present contract system and the elim competition with orform their judgment of my character, the Cincinnati Gas Ttansportation ination of the THE BEST GROCERS HANDLE BABBITT'S LYE intelligence and fitness companj. The fianchi.se of this com- ganized labor that is the direct result honesty and confor the office, after a critical exam- pany was assessed foi the year in 11 of it I am in favor of the use of b. iiiniiiiuiuiiiiM victs to produce what is needed ination of my official conduct, and at 530,824 and paid to the state taxes and the purafter making careful inquiries of en that assessment amounting to tne state ainstitutions which ofthey may chase of farm on those who know me as to my reputa $154. For the year 1012 the franchise tion for honesty and fair dealing to of this company was assessed by the labor in the open air to pioduce th ell men, and it is for them to say . present board at 5l,8fiG,:S.r) and paid foods needed in these institutions. I am in thorough sympathy with vhetLer I am entitled to a continua-- to the state that year the sum of support and of the con- 9.331 in taxes, and a like sum foi the farmer, having been a farmer and tion of that GtL living on a farm all my life. I will do each succeeding year. fidence they have in the past so my ad- all I can as governor for the great During the four years of accorded me. GIVEN QUIGK RELIEF interests of Kentucky While acting as treasurer of the ministration this one company wi.t Pain leaves almost and the men and women engaged iu it-r.tato during the fearful financial have paid to the state in taxes on as if by magic when prospanic of 11)07, I made sucn disposition ' lranchise on the assessment made by it. As long as the farmer is you begin using perous every other interest in the of the funds of the state in my care Ibis board the sum of $37,324, wneie-as- . the famousold had this board permitted the as- state is prosperous, and all her peoremedy for Rheumaduring that critical time as to pretism, Lumbago, Gout, state, without sessment of previous years to stand, ple share in disaster to them as well serve the credit of the Sciatica, Neuralgia imperiling or destroying the credit of it would in four years have paid the cs in their prosperity. and kindred troubles. If I am elected governor I will do u single institution in the state and slate $616. The state will have reIt goes right to tho loss of a single dollar of ceived from this company on the in- all I can to further the good road without the spot, stops the aches SS3 crease of its assessment in four years movement, and all llirt is nossible t the state's funds. and pains and makes life worth living. Get The auditor of the state, by virtue the sum of $35.70S. enough to pay the secure a liberal appropriation for the WM-i. a bottle of of his office, is chairman of the board , salary of state auditor for ten years schools and theii continued Jinpiovt S today. A booklet with The total assessed value of tne ment. of valuation and assessment of the each botde gives full If the people want for governor o s;tate of Kentucky, which board has franchises of all corporations in the l.l ft f&teTHenry Watterson 1 SsJ directions for use. entrusted to it a duty which is of state for the taxing year of 1911 was the state a man who will devote hi TMtlfSV"t IM'! Don't delay. Demand ... A LOOISVILLE, KY. " Don't aci:iuie mijjui tluutt: iu tU ..o..lA ..f tlin' $48,241,647, on which the state re tinvs and what talents he may hav iue iieuine ui iuc 0 ' any other duty connected ceived in taxes the sum of $241,218.32. entirely to their welfare, witnout rettate than cept anything else in .Tile Soutls hiost popular priccJ, modern hotfeL' place of it Any drug The total assessed value of the gard to any future political prefer with that office. It is the function situated in tlie gist can supply you. If you live too far of that board, of which I "lave franchises of all corporations in tin ment (for I believe there can be n very hart of lie retail shopping district and nfrsjr glLllie theatres. from a drug store send One Dollar to been cnairman for the past three state made by the present board, of higher office, certainly no higher hon Swanson Rheumatic Cure Co., Newark, Finest Ceie.in Louii vlllo, vr ith moderate years, to value and assess for which I am chairman, for the ye.r cr, than the governorship of the stat will be Ohio, and a bottle of taxation, the franchises of all railroad 1913 was $132,421,415, on which the in which I was born and reared), then 25c UP'. noon day sent prepaid. fom There is n demote Dinnrr. 6 to 8 p. companies and public service corpora- taxes due the state amounted to I want the nomination. tie n SI .00. Also elaborate a la carte service tions doing business within the state. $612,107. On this assessment in the reason why the officials of the state ; iniataaurant. Rathskeller open from 4 p. m. to I a. m. This character of property forms a Increase of the revenues of the state should fail to give to the state th t Orchestral and vocal music considerable propoition of the total amounted to $370,889 a year. In four fsrme devotion to duly as Is exacted . ROOM PRICES taxable property in the state and the 5 ears the increase in revenues of the by any business corporation of Its amount of taxes these companies are state from this source will amount to employes, and I promise the people i With running water and not only to devote that time myself required to pay is dependent upon the $1,600,000 in round numbers. toilet $1 per day I'S-privat- e largest railroad compa- -' to their interests, but, so far as I The four nature of the assessment made With private bath $1.50 against them. That is, if the assess- res in the state brought suit in the may have the power to see that every up to $3.00 per ment of their property is too low, federal court in Kentucky enjoining other employe in executive depart-th- e sample rtomi collection of the increased taxes ments of the state government does these corporatipps will not be charged ' with prhatc bath $2.50 with their full share of the public levied on their franchises. The prin- - the same. A full day's work for a full to $3.50 per day. Luiden. If too high, then the owners cipal grounds relied upon by" these day's pay will be the motto followed .Vra Are cordially invited to male this thereof pay more than their fair pro- companies to maintain their suit was. in the governor's office if I am elect-ihotel your headquarters while in Louisville substance, that the faim lands and ed, and it will apply to all the other portion of the taxes of the state. ven if only for a day. Have your mai'l report other real estate in Kentucky was not departments over wliich I may have and pc ages addressed here. You will It was a matter of common always be a welcome cuest. of its even the semblance of control or in and general belief among the people assessed at more than ' l "ROBERT B. JONES. Manager. of this state tiiat the franchises of ieal value (it was not seriously con fluence. HENRY M. BOSWORTH. 5IB",,ii""lliHiil $ ,SSE3ia2SBBSS32!l BANK $ HENRY BOSWOBTH IN RflPF POP A Straw Show the Way the Wind Blows is oi n iiMi Children Cry for Fletcher's mKBammmmmmaammmmm i Have you' Noticed the Wonderful Growth the ip" $ III ra J2 SSK Sij Z ZZ lf 'S under-assessed $ there9s a reason. The Kind You Have Always Bonght, and ivliicli has hcen in i.se for over J30 years, has borne the signature of and lias been made under his sonal supervision since its infancy. S'&ccU'ZZ Allow no one to deceive you in this. are hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that triile with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment per-i&Cffl-- ?-- Jii.st-as-jjoo- d" ( SAFE AND SOLID Every Banking Facility ... CASTOR What is substitute for Castor APareCastorisi is a harmless I Oil, a.sf-iiiiil-it- AMPLE RESOURCES $ For the Convenience the People ? 1 goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine- nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Feverishncss. For more than thirty years it lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Piattilcncy, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend, $ GENUINE rSSSc2a3iES2,3S3??S $ $ $ CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS j I 1 lie Kind You Have Always Bought ' set-t'e- d, !n Use Fop Over THE CENTAUR COMPANY NtWYOBK CITY. 30 Years WHEN YOU WANT 5 YouCanMakeYourHouseMoie Attractive With the Handsome Babbitt Premiums Genera! Merchandise Farm implements GO TO A JONAS McKENZ! THE iChas. C. Davis Mt. Vernoo r Ky. OLD KE:L!ALS Chas. C. Davis) Mt , Vernon Ky. D RUGS f The Great Maker 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. ' BHE&mATi 1 You are cordially place at any time hours. We don't anything yon don't welcome in our gen-eious- ly during our shop want to sell you want, but, oh my how we do like to sell you what you do want. Let us show you, s CHAS. C. DAVIS -- W? Mt. Vernon Ky. a .."" -- , Cy . 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