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VERNON, t&JM&L Jl EST ? . 4T JAN. 29, 1915 jai"&. . zgj '!H wim AND Established 1887 tJJU"!armueuniMxxx c 3SE?f9E3i' ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY NUMBER 16 I chtT Men's s Boys' Suits competent, has built. The fact most of us are better listeners than speakers, and those of us who can not speak intelligently should listen. We believe that when the people thoroughly understand the true situation that the issue will carry, and no one should expect his fellow citizen to vote for a nothing mpflsure that he knows u B RG UNUSUAL about. SHOES - HATS Dangers Of. a Cold. I THAT ARE EXTRAORDINARY I Largest and Best Stock in town cut 1 almost half LADIES' AND MISSES' RAIN HATS RAIN COATS Any Hat in our Millinery Department $L00 FURNITURE Comforts Blankets Big Bargains in Every Department CLOAKS Do vou know that of all the mi nor ailments colds are by far the most daneerous? It is not the colds themselves that you need to fear, but the serious diseases tnat thpv en often lead to. For that reason everv cold should be got ten rid of with the least possible nVlav To sccomulish this you Chamberlain's Cough will find of great help to vou. It Remedy lonsens a cold, relieves the lungs, aids expectoration and enables the vsiem to throw olf the CO10. for sale by all dealers. All All All A I Ladies' Suits Men's Clothing Talkt 4600 Miles Over Telephone conversations Monday were held direct over telephone between Washington city and San President Wilson Fiancisco talkt to Thomas A. Watson, the man who heard the first words ever transmitted over telephone. The president also held a conver sation with the nresident of the Panama Exposition at San Fran Cisco. Then tne line was switcnt on to New York city and to Jekyll Island, Ga. Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor of the telephone was in the former city aud talict to Sau Francisco, President Wilson aud others. Theo Vail, president of the American Bell Telephone Co., was the party at Jekyll Is laud who listened in and heaid the conversations as well as taking part therein himself. The test was a complete success. The dis tance from San Francisco to Jekyll Island is 4600 miles. Last Aff Aff Shoes Dry Goods Hard mare Underwear pSCfcii 2SPer cent P rices Below Regular. Whose Intoreoto fire First CUSTOM Bvery Transaction in this Bank is for the teest Interest our nd Foremost With Ua Our stock and our assortment is so large and varied that we find it impossible to describe in type. We offer no baits; we make low prices on anything you may need. the fact our customers, L!i' Recognizing not only require, but insist upon the '' best service and absolute safety Remember, "A dollar saveda dollar made ' 1 We would sanction no transaction which dd not, in every way, make for the best, interests of our .cus- I The trans continental service will not be' established uutil about to &E3si&w Never give a child a gough med to the property lately vacated by tfyi fi&i? &!?' jyy'-'"any Watch Inspector, ot Mt. Vernon; Dr vid Lindsay. It is reported y' ",tf'fcg opium in form. When opium is giver: was here Tuesday. Mr, and Mrs. who was so other and more erious diseases M. F. Marshbanks, of Mt. Ver- that W. A. Warren, may follow. Long experience has non, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. badly hurt at Winthester, will 'be mm. flmf. tnkes care of it's Customers X llW demonstrated that there is no betable to come home in a few days. A. Oliver. Mrs. S. E. Hellard ter or safer medicine for coughs Buck Howard has sold his colds and croup in children than was iu Pittsburg Monday visit- property to C. J. ice for $2oo. --" Remedy. ing relatives Ed Hurd and Miss Cham.b.rlain'si Cough a coal mine on is equally valuable for adults. Ella Mae Farley were in Corbin Rice will operate of Lexington, are the It and children coai HH6UHKA.U Trv it. It contains no opium or Tuesday. Mr. R D. Slidom, who this property and supply the guests of her parents, Mr and other harmful Rice dru. For sale by has been very sick for some time, market here. Miss Nettie Mrs. J. M. Owens, this waek been very sick is greatly all dealers. George Ar- who has is slowly improving. RrnriliPnd Hamiltonian So- - L. C. Goodwin, the Crab Orchard improved. Mr?. Nora Jenkins is j nold is erecting a new cottage on L 1 V 1 iN (J S T O N. will present a play, entitled Soft Drinic man, was here Tues ccietv visiting relatives at Mt. Veernon. High street. Mrs. Henry Owens .T uww. u- f ! , rt vuun ClllAMI day talking fair to the secretary. Pike, of Corbin, iswss-itin- g :a'"iNoDie uuiuabi Died in Cincinnati Jan. 20, Mrs was taken very sick Monday night Miss Essie that the Bond Issue Itsecms Mrs. G ihqp&s fcaturdi?y night, February Miss Ethel Hayes in four has taken place of the Eastern Augeline Owens, wife of Ashley but is some better at this time. very sick. a Drama U3lh. This is is reported was buiied Clifford Catlin, ot Lebanon, Ky., S Griffin has been played m such War at this polut, so far as talk is Owens, deceased, and acts.-.&nJohnathan Langford, an aged New concerned. We find that some in the family burying ground was with his brother, I. W Catlin o,, ViicrhW rpenerted citizen, liv- England; cities;0 near Livingston, Jan. 2i. She here Monday The editor of the York, Chicago and other princi- are opposed to the issue of bonds, ing a few miles down the river United States. arftJ we find that others ate so en was 84 years old and a member Signal was here Tuesday and gave dropped dead Saturday. Alvin of the pal cities of the Christian church. She was us a lining out for not writing last Jerry the Tramp will make yon thusiastic that nthey are actually a mother of Carico, who has been verv sick for 12 children; of thi week. Weil, we aim to get a let than good in until doing more ha-icry, then make you some time is slowly improving The Dliceoi ad- - talking for it. There is only one number only five are living Mrs. ter in every issue, but some times Mrs Ella Mae Blanford has re n oto cni-UU i reduced way to change a man, and that is James Roberts and Mrs. John we fail . We are always too glad turned from a visit to relatives mission will be greatly to show him bevond all doubt that Roberts, who live in Missouri; to give tht news but some times it :atid a big audience is expected. at Junction City. Attys. C. C. and Mrs. W. D. Oriffin, of Florida, gets by us, so if anyone in our W. it will better his condition, Christie is in bluefield, ;H. Williams and Jndge Lewis were recently underwent the fellow that is not able to do Mrs. G. W. Gdffio, of Cincinnati, town has an item please hand it to Wa where he here between trains Saturday. niwrati.m. Bluefield is this, should keep is talking ap. and Alfred Owens, of Tennessee. us and help to fill our letter. So Owens, oi Mt. Vernon will be Funeral services were conducted we will try to have a letter each Mrs. Alfred No man e 21. ir. Christie's old home, and para'us quiet. by the Rev. A. J. Pike, of Brodhead, week in the future. A Correc attended the funeral here tl his mother now resides, convinced that nis ideas are wrong Griffin, who where Mr. and Mrs. G. W. by telling him he is a fool, but if and after she was laid to rest by tion: It was Mrs Asbiey uwens aufl he preferred to go there for accompanied the remains of Mrs is the side of her loving companion that died in Cincinnati the 20, intreatment. He is expected at you will show him thit he Griffin's mother here from CincinW. E. wrong, show him that he is work to await the summons of the Sav- stead of Mrs. Henry Owens', as week. Dr. home next nati, have returned home. I- - H. To the Republicans of Rockcastle County: .with the ing against his best interest, show ior on the resurrection morn. was published last week- Mr. "". very sick Grsiveley wasnumoereu A little over a year ago, upon the resignation of Hugh Miller as Tlien why should we weep for W. Sams, who is a dispatcher in Owens, who has beeu week, but is out at pres-- him that money raised for toad ick last for some time, is no better Mrs. Circuit Court Clerk, I was appointed by Judge Bethurum to fill out .. was tne building with State aid that is not mother who is sleeping that peace Louisville, is with his family here T?.,TQrtt Watson John Mullins is very sick John the term for which Miller was elected. I entered upon the discharge Mrs. Fred intelli2eutlv expended, the head ful sleep, for she has only gone for a few days Mrs. George Overbey, who has been so low, is of the duties of this office with the determination to give to the people sister. guest of his as- home to heaven where no one has Hellard, who has beeu very sick bis G. Rivers is efficient service, and to prove myself worthy of the confidence Durham, at Mt. Vernon last Sun- of the State Bureau and a cause to weep. She has left for some time at Pittsburg, was some better. W. Rev. D. G. Combs, of sistants and the Governor who apday. The in me by my seltction for the position. I have been at my redor'.ed very low, and there is world of sorrow and entered able to come home Monday. services at the points them can be held respons this Morehead, held very little chance for his recovery rrast of dutvat all times and have taken gretit pains to be accommo the home above, Where angels A series of meetings began at church Saturday and ihle r show him that this is the Christian Mr. Icy Maenand Miss Annie dating to those hiving business with the office which 1 have the hon ! R. Cass, and first time in the history of road around the throne are singing the Presbyterian church Tuesday M, Walton were married at Rich- or to fill. I will have served only two yeais as Clerk at the end ot nndav. Mrs. J. to the song of melody and love. the 2fithconducted by the regu- mond. Kv.. Tan. 20. Mr. Mann this term, and feel that I should be given the office for a full term, . Master Willie, returned from building that responsibility is u. ' ' and Mrs. John Griffin and lar nasTor. Rev, J. M. McMillian. Mr. go with authority, show him that a visit to her daughter, Mrs. L.B. is a nice young gentleman, and at and I promise that people the if I am elected I will give faithful and Issue can be Mrs. George Reynolds, of Corbin, Bond Sheriff Cam Mullins was here Hilton, at Stanford the first of the the proposed is a fireman on the L & honest service. Believing that a great majority of the people of the show attended the funeral here the 2I. Monday betweentrains with Hap- present 1 week. J. Monte Roberts is quite paid and how and when, N. and resides here. Miss Annie County want me to make the race, and feeling that I am fully qualiLeavy him that when 100,000.00 is spent -- Mrs. B.C. Mullins, of Paris, py Hooligan, the negro who broke week, Miss . sick this is the beautiful and accomplished fied to discharge the duties o( the office to the satisfaction of all, I moved from the old in his county for any purpose has returned home after a few into G. S. Criffin & Co's. store and Hiv:cri,r.pr- nf Mi. and Mrs. John hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Circuit Court cherry was WMWWhelp him, and how it days visit with relatives here. two others taking them to Frank homestead to oue of her brother's that it will Walton, May their days be many Clerk, subject to the action of the Republican party, as expressed in .). Thos will help him, and the lellow that W. T. McCullough, L. & N. fort, Ky. Egbert Hayes and son, . ,. the next August primary election. houses on Silver street and full of pleasures. Albright, Cecil can not do this intelligently will liueman, has been transferred to Arney, of Cincinnati, were in the Thanking you for your past support and favors, aud pledging Albright, Sam (This correspondent's writing Samms. cumr, isar injure the cause if he is not very Lebanon, Ky., and will move his funeral party here the 21st. I. doesn't pppear natural. Ii is you my best efforts if elected to serve"the coming term, I am, Hayes. Willie days. It begins W. Catlin, after suffering with a e We must all remember family in a attending Yours faithfully, wavy and jerky. He seems to be Jr and others are country. careful. can not all speak like c cC&r lilro few 1 ifTinorotnn Ic AtrmrA case of grip has about recov that we something. from the r. J. NICELEY. about skeered" onnl here and little Angels, nor can "we all speak like as far as the raihoad work is con ered. There were services at the Wonder what it is? J. M.) Mrs. J. M Owens to do cerned for they are taking them Baptist church Saturday and SunMiss Margie, were the Paul, but should be satisfied we are fitted li r, away one after another and we day conducted by the pastor FOR FLETCHER'S quests of her daughter, Mrs. only what or best run rLtibntp-- . FOR FLETCHER'S tear down a play are thinktng the worst is yet to" Retf. D. Edgar Allen, of Mt. VerSmith, at Crab Orchard, and not ruin Walter Frank Sntton house that some fellow, wno is come. S. C. Franklin-- , L, & N. non. S. E. "Carter has moved in week.-M- rs. tomers . Anything not to your liking is far from our desire. Let us give you a start put your feet on the road to safety, comfort and prosperity. It's an easy road to travel once you have started . March 1st. Rate from New York Sap Francisco $20.70 for a three minutes conversation and 6.75 for each additional minute. Cough Medicine icine that contains for Children The Bank of Mt. Vernon r.,i .. fP sE-- lV J . A - f1 d j' d ! l. iB T. J. NICELEY 1 I re-pis- ed s-- f w . -- -- se-vea- last Children Cry CASTOR IA Ch.ldren Cry OiiildTeii Ory CASTORIA CASJORIA " -- L VI MT. VERNON SiGWvL six 0; r c l .0 m repaid jations along with immense advan-principand interest when need- - itages and opportunities to every ed to pay off bonds as they tall icit-'zethat the Fiscal court will Friday, Jan. 129. 1915 be enabled to see to it that "many due. Q What about, the poll tax? miles of pike is built from such Published every Friday by localities and neighborhoods to Will the bond issue charge i EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. A No. Road bonds and the reach and connect with the pikes poll tax can have no connection built by this bond ) $I.OC whatever. Mention some other advanTJBSCXIWriQF ONE YEAR The law specifies that very explicitly. The county can tages to be gained by the conAdvertising rates mace known on not make a levy of a poll tax to struction of these roads. A The fanners, and everyone pay off bonds. application Q Who will survey the roads? else using them, . can go some A State Engineers. They where. They can haul bier loads MRMBRR OP will also supervise the co istruc even with small teams. Markets KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION tion and see hat the work cumes can be reached. They can go in to neighboring counties ai:d states up to specifications. Q What does the law direct as They can attend school, church to routing these inter county seat and Sunday school. In fact will be enabled travel over the roads highways? A That they shall be routed and haul roads every week in the and located via the most direct and year. In fact it will halve the practicaole line between count) distance to any point they wish to reach. .eats. THE ROAD Q Any other good things? Q Who does th? routing? A Students living alone these A Sa:e and Fiscal court QWho will do the grading and roads can board at home and at BOND ISSUE construction? tend the graded and high schools A Coiitractois, who will be re at Brodbead. Mt. Vernon and Livquired to give bonds lor fulfill- ingston within a radius of 10 miles tliuU n j I I Q 41,723 What is the assessed valu- ation of Rockcastle county? Q What is the railroad assess$1,241,902. ment of construct! n specifications which me furnished by a State Engineer. Q Who will have charge of ap-- ! -- ment? A Q, and receiving the fiuisht roads? ! Other corporations? V until construction comes specifications. up to A $502,253 Q Who pa)S the State EnQ What is ths farmers assess gineer? ment? A The State of Kentucky. A $1,230,592. Costs us no mora while here than Q At20 cents on the i00. ASSERTS HE DOES Q -- Anything more? NOT SEEK CHAIR OF CHIEF of taxes would the when surveying: in other counties. what imount A Hundreds of tourists, (the amount will be in State EXECUTIVE. railroad corporations and towns money spending class) will stop Road fund (at Frankfort) each pay? over at points in our countv for year? or 60 per cent. A- - -- 000.000 or more first year. meals, supplies and repairs, leavHO OTHER POLITICAL DESIRES Q What would the farmers Q How many counties have ing much money with us uxbe? Q Would any of these remain applied for State aid? A $2,46$ or 40 per cent. Prefers to Work for Upbuilding of A About twenty five, which over with us longer thin a day? Q How much on each poll? State in the Capacity of A Yts some would be so pleaswill not tke out n'ore than 30ly a Citizen. A Nothing tops and 000 leaving b'g surplus lo be add ed with our mountain Q What is, proposed amount of valles, caves and views they Washington, D. C. Senator Camden, ed to the following years. the proposed bond issue? Q What about more counties would purchase tracts, the rough when asked whether he will be a canA $100,COO. er the better it suits them; build didate tor governor of Kentucky, gave applying this year? Q What is the money to be the following interview: a- - uur unuersuimiiug, is uiai buugalows and cottages and etc. "About a month ago when I for? used time limit for applications has and remain most of summer theu clined to discuss the matter of mak A In building two lines of expired, or soon will, for this return north or south as the case ing tne race for the Democratic nomi-I xoad across the county. nation for governor, it was because may be, for the winter, year. desired to give careful consideration Q Between what points will Q What would these people to the expressed wishes of persons Q Suppose all the counties in these roads run? throughout .the state whose opinions do for amusement? I value. I A To connect with roads at the State applied? positively deA Ihey would find it in excur- cided not to have now race. A It has been calculated that make the countj borders leading to and sions thru dur many caves, includ"I do feel create indebted to the from Stanford. Richmond, Somer- not more tnan 50 counties will ing Great Salt Peter, Linville and Democracy of the state for my nomiin make application first few set and London. nation for Senator at the primary last 75 counties Suttnu Kuobs and Brushy mouu August, and to the people of Kentucky Q At what price will these years. Even should climbing genera.ly for their ratification of that apply, there would still lemain tains, sinks, mountain bonds be sold? and picnicmg during the day, at- nomination at the polls in November. A At not less than par, loo enough tor the state to meet its Having been appointed by the Governtending theater and shows in town or to till tie vacancy existing in the cents oa every dollars worth ot obligation to Rockcastle. Our petition for state aid has been sent at night or take a run for some Senate, I w as naturally anxious to have bonds isued. The law forbids kind of entertainment at Crab Or- the appointmeut approved by the the sale of such bonds at less than in some two months "acted upon My maof the Commonwealth. by state chard, Stanford or London and jority of 39,494 at the primary, carryapproved and accepted par. back should they wish, the same ing ten of the eleven Congresslona' Q How long will these bonds authorities. districts, and of 33,039 at the Novemincorporated night bv automobile. Q What of the probably run? -- What advantage will this be ber election, carrying nine of the Q eleven districts over my Republican A Not less than 5 nor more towns? Livingston, Mt. Vernon to us? opponent, went far beyond my most than 30 years at the discretion of aud Brodhead? would be spening sanguine expectations. get none of the state the county. "Furthermore as a matter of sentiaid money or any of the money money with us all the time. ment I was deeply gratified to occupy Q WJjO will pay these bonds else? a ieat in the United States Senate raised by the issue of bonds but off? A-- A good market would be cre- where my father, an okl line Demoby the county and will have to build the roads thru ated right along the road. Many crat, had served as the choice of the their own limits at tluir own exstate of West Virginia. one-hal- f by the State. "The selection of a Governor, and of these autoists would buy eggs because citizens pense, yet the Q What is the legal limit of they know they would get them indeed of all state officers, at this time, towns will pay the r ad or bond im taxation that can be levied for Many fresh. would want is certainly a matter of the utmost the tax just as other county citizens portance. Kentucky stands at paying off the county's portion ot sorghum to take home because door of great opportunities, agriculand corporations do to help build this indebtedness? they can't get it pure in the cities tural, educational and commercial. these roads across the county, A Thirty cents. Others would want fruits, chickens Whether she enters and takes possesthereby paying a double road tax of future has in turkeys, ducks, gees, vegetables sion her,all that the very largely store Q Will the levy be placed to upon depends for Q In the final distiibution of etc. Then the huckster wagons whether her affairs are guided by a the full limit? 100,000 where will it go aud A It has has been calculated this from Lancaster, Stanford, Beiea broad, sound and constructive policy. who will be benefitted by it? "Whatever may come to pass, it and other joints would make shall always be my purpose as a prithat a levy of 20 cents on the'$i00 the county will with State aid coming in each be benelitted in addition to getting regular trips over these roads pay- vate citizen to give the faithful, earnyear will raise sufficient funds to ing cash for produce and poultry est service to my state and party the use of the ro,ds. R. A. etc. which I feel that every citizen owes, pay interest and create a sinkieg and thus to evidence my profound a man who has had Sparks, Q If we don't build the road sense of obligation to the people of fund (money et aside) to meet experience in rail toad Kentucky." and pay off our half of the bonds what do we lose? construction contract work, and A We lose the advantages of $50,000 as they fall due other lines of development, has having two good highways thru Q What will be the interest on carefully estimated the probable ANNOUNCEMENTS. our county and the $1500. or We Are Authorized to Announce these bonds? distribution of this fund: more state road tax JUDGE B. J. BRTI1URUM which our A Not to exceed 5 per cent as For Tools 33.C00 as Judge As a candidate for county is obliged to pay every provided by law At the rate of of the 28th Judicial District, subject to 15.000 Explosive.. year into state road fund to assif t the action of the Republican party, Au$5000 per year if the whole issue 15,000 Te.ms in building roads in counties gust primary 1915 was delivered at one and same Gi',000 Ltbor We Are Authorized to Announce which take advantage of state aid time. The interest will be reB. C. LEWIS 5,000 Freight law. by year as taxes are duced As a candidate for State Senator for the Crushed stone 10,000 the collected and State aid comes id. Q How can we get this $1500 17th Senatorial District, subject to1915. Republican party, August primary 100.000 Q Who vrill handle the funds? back and a great deal more than Dr. W. C. BLACK Ol this amount th?re will be left we pay into the state A County road fttud? As acandidate for State Senator for the Treasurer under in Rockcastle, according to this A Bv voting the bo id issue 17th Senatorial District, subject to the proper bonds. Republican party, August primary 1915 estimate: and building the two roads. Q Will the bonds be delivered' 10.000 For teams Q If a man owns aarm which as a whole in one bunch and in50.000 Labor start thereon? Or will they is assessed at $400. what will be Oklahoma To Have An terest Crushed stone 10 000 his part of tax on this bond issue? be delivered In various lets from Illiteracy Commission 70,000 A- - Eighty cents, twenty ceuts time to time as needed to pay off We thereby get our roads and on each 100. assessed valuation. contractors as sections of road Q If a voter owns no land but are completed, inspected, approv- have the largest part of the bond Superintendent R. H. Wilson is ed and received by State inspector? issue funds left right here at home has other property valued at much preparing to present to the legis-tur- e as much of the as $250 or less, what will be his A It is thought Pest to save The Stae a bill, which has for its purto pay ou bond issue? interest by issuing them in lots bill as our county (in fact more, road tax pose the banishing of illiteracy A Not a cent. irom time to time as mentioned btcir.se the railroads and corporfrom the State of Oklahoma. He a voter has live stock and is following, more or qnestion. less the pay moie than the people of ations Q If in above and household goods valued at plan adopted by the State of KenQ Whtn money accumulates countv of this bond issue). sinking fund for paying off of the localities which $250 or less what will be his part tucky, which was brought about Q What in bonds will this money be allowed are not reached by these two to pay? by the activities of Mrs. Cora A Nothing. idle while the roads? to remain there Wilson Stewart. This is in line Q Any other advantages? A The two roads, when built county is pwing 5 per cent with Superintendent Wilson's polwill cause so many monied men A Rural districts will be able icy to devote the larger portion of interest on bo: $mt due? into get a Dr. or medicine in from bis time during the next adminis- A No. The money will be to come into our county and loaned out on ample security at a vest in farms and mineral lands to the time and at to the cost tmMon to the betterment of rural Xairratepf iiterat of not less causing an increase in all valu- - A Dr, will go 1 2 miles to see, a J schools, The Daily Oklahoman, is made cre-Hte- d Q-W- A $67,155 Q The Towns of the county? State Road Commissioner aud Fiscal court; and no payment Q paiiem m irt.m 40 umiu'es to an h iur and his bill will bp about $5. Mistead of his being 2)4 to 3 hours to make the trip and a bill of $lo. to $15. as the case is miking the trip over our preseut roads Thi saving alone will oay ihe average mans road tax for 5 vtars or more. Q If after our county has is sued bonds the the legislature should repaal this road law, wha would be the situation? A It is consideied a contract between the county and state when the bonds are issued in accordance to state road act, ano the state cannot repudiate its con tracts even though the legislature-shoulrepeal the road act. Q How can the statements in this circular be verified and proved to be true? A By calling on the Sheriff, the banks, Circuit and Count Court Clerks at Mt. Vernon. Call Road on or write R. C. Terrell, Commissioner, Frankfort, Ky., y E. Woods. Director, Robert Good Roads Association. Louisville, Ky. It is probable Q Anything ehe thats good? that ne ither of the above can veriA The towns of Brodhead, fy all the points set forth in this Mt. Vernon and Livingston v ill circular but each one can give his g row rapidly; increasing in part and by putting thm togethei facturing plants and population t j you have the facts coveting the such an exteut that a good market situation as set forth herein. will be created which will enable 'he farmer to dispose of his produce at lair prices. CAMDEN IS Q -- What else? A A stock market will be A CANDIDATE at the county seat where local and foreign stock buyers will come ti every Connty Cou.t day. KENTUCKIAN d iih .,. l -iwui-AU-i- ... , ' iirnrppinv iiisiiiiia t E3 111 3 ill j NiKDDnM UNION OFFICIALS FARMERS' RAILROADS ARE ENTHINK TITLED TO MORE REVENUE. The Opportunity 9 to Bank with a clean, strong, progressive bank appeals to the thoughtful business man. The Products of Plow and Farmer Who Lives at Home Should Be Exempt From Increase. By Peter Radford. Lecturer National Farmers' Union. Ken-luck- manu-provin- The recent action of the Interstate y9 Commerce Commission In granting an increase in freight rates in the eastern classification of territory; the applica-ioof the roads to state and interstate commissions for an increase in rates, and the utterances of President Wilson on the subject bring the farmers of this nation face to face with the problem of an increase in freight rates. It is the policy of the Farmers Onion to meet the issues affecting the welfa.-of the farmers squarely and we will do so in this instance. The transportation facilities of the United States are inadequate to efe fectively meet the demands of and particularly in the South ind West additional railway mileage the move 3 needed to accommodate ment of farm products. If in the wis om of our Railroad Commissions an increase in freight rates is uecessarj to bring about an improvement in oui transportation service, and an exten sion of oui mileage, then an increase should be granted, and the farmer U willing to share such proportion ot the increase as Justly belongs to him. but we have some suggestions to make as to the manner in which this in crease shall be levied. n e com-iierc- 6 business P aiaii ggSSii S3.00 YEA (So NE R Courier - Journal Daily by Mail (NOT SUNDAY) jy Peoples seeks your on its record. )! 1 Peoples Bank Mt. Vernon, Ky. TTtrtTrySS 9H m WBg jyg"; gygS- - gfeJS Mff S1.75I SIX MONTHS J Rates Follow Lines of Least Resist- ance. The freight rates of the nation have been built up along lines of least resistance. The merchant, the manufacturer, the miner, the miller, the lumberman and the cattleman have had their traffic bureaus thoroughly organized and in many instances they have pursued the railroad without mercy and with the power of organ ized tonnage they have hammered the life out of the rates and with unrestrained greed they have eaten tlu vitals out of our transportation system and since we have had railroad com missions, these interests, with skill and cunning, are represented at every hearing in which their business is involved. hat During anuary AND February Only Uecjulsr Annual Bargain Period Limited to These Two Months. at rate hearings, as his organizations The farmer is seldom represented JUST ONE-HAL- F REGULAR elec-toia- te A-T- bey A-T- hey Q-W- hat -half con-sideiab- le jer p-iy- s the purpose stated in said petitfte ion and that Cam Mullins, Sheriff, Colds, Cronr and Whooping of Rockcastle County, be and he ailments Cough aie children's a which need immediate attention is hereby directed to cause poll s ere often most to be opened and an election to be The serious. Dont take the risk held in the County cf Rockcastle. to. Dr. King's On the 27th day of March 1915. you don't have the Cold, New Discovery checks And he will cause the polls be the Cough, allays the Insoothes and all of the vot flammation, kills the Germs and opened in each healine ing precincts in said county; aud allows Nature to do her Druggist. he is directed to advertise srid elecwork. 50c. at your Buy a bottle tion and the object thereof at least 3O days next before the day thereof in some newspaper having the largest circulation in the county also by printed bacdbills posted I have a iull line of high up at not less than four public grade fit-I- seeds wliic places in each voting precinct in am offering at very atthe County and at the Court house If tractive prices. legal voters of said O Stop The Child's have never had the finances to em ploy counsel to develop his side of the case and, as a result, the products of the plow bear an unequal burden Subscription orders at this rate will be accepted of the freight expense. A glance at the freight tariffs abundantly proves only when sent through regular Courier-Jonrna- i this assertion. Cotton, the leading Agent in this district. agricultural product of the South, already bears the highest freight rate ol any necessary commodity in comMM merce, and the rate on agricultural MT. VERNON, KY. products as a whole is out of pro11 portion with that of the products ol the factory and the mine. We offer no schedule of rates, but hope the commission will be able to give the railroad such an increase in rates as is necessary without levying a further toll upon the products of the plow. The instance seems to prePUBLIC SALE. sent an opportunity to the Railroad to equalize the rates as Commissions between agricultural and other classes Voters Rockcastle County, Oa February 8, 19I0, I will offer of freight without disturbing the rates ys.j Petition on staple farm products. Order to Call an Election on Bond j for sale to the highest bidder the follow ins described property: What Is a Fair Rate? jssue It appearing that a petition j 1 pair work mules. 6 years old; We do not know what constitutes a six-yeold mare, in foal by basis for rate making and have never signed by mere than one hundred 1 anyone who did claim to also some hogs and cattle; 1 heard of and rifty legal voters, who are; Jack; know much about it, hut if the prosMcCormic Binder; 1 McCormic perity of the farm is a factor to be free holders of Rockcastle county, mower; 1 Hoosier wheat drill; r considered and the railroad commis- was filed in the office of the Clerk , sion concludes that an increase in of the Rockcastle Countv Court, disc harrow (on trucKs; 1 Avery rates is necessary, we would prefer e cultivator; 1 corn drill; 1 that it come to us through articles of and with the udge thereof, on wagon, lot of plows consumption on their Journey from the 20th day of January 1915 ask-in- g and harness: 1 set blacksmith the factory to the" farm. We would, that au election be held in said for example, prefer that the rate on tools; 12 h.-- es of bees, also housenogs remain as at present and the county, Match 27, I9I5, for the rate on meat bear the increase, for purpose of submitting to the legal hold and kitchen furniture. any farmer can then avoid the burden voters said coun ty the question of TERMS OF SALE: 5. and by raising his own meat, and a farmunder c.sh in hand. All sums er who will not try to raise his own whether the Fiscal Court of said meat ought to be penalized. We county, shall issue and sell the over $5. on six months time with think the rate on coal and brick can bonds of said county in an notes and approved security, bearmuch better bear an increase than $100,000. ing interest from date. the rate on cotton and flour. We amount not to exceed JOHN KIDDLE, would prefer that the rate on plows Saia Bonds to be sold and the proWalnut Grove, Ky. remain the same, and machinery, ceeds arising therefrom to be used Pulaski Co. pianos and such articles as the poorer farmer cannot hope to possess bear in building and constructing turn MANY DISORDERS COM & County and the burden of increase. pikes in Rockcastle FROM THE LIVER The increase in rates should be so through territory hereinafter desAre You Just at Odds with Yourarranged that the farmer who lives part of the bur- ignated by the said Fiscal court self? Do You Regulate Living? at home will bear no den, but let the farmer who boardr and State Road Depirtment and Are you sometimes atodds with in other states and countries and the Court being sufficiently advis- yourself and with the world? Do who feeds his stock in foreign lands, ed, now Orders that said elec you wonder what ails vou? True pay the price of his folly. time and for you may be eating regularly and Colds, They tion be held at the PRICE JULIAN MILLER, Courier Journal Co., Louisville, Ky. Special Election. ar I two-hors- two-hors- e Result Seriously after-effect- sleeping well. Yet something is thematterl Constipation, Haad-achNervousness and Billious Spells indicate a Sluggish Liver. The tried remedy is Dr King New Life Pills'. Only 25. at your e, Druggist. Bucklen's Arnica Salve for Skin Eruption. RAT CORN to-da- Field Seed d HHHIK ! Altars ahd nics IT MUMIFIES THEM. Harmloss to human beinjrs or live Rid your place of these pe3t stock. without smell or danger. Order a cr..i inter-ested-a- 9k for samples and prices . Bush Nelson W. LEXINGTON, ky. door. All County shall be privileged to vote at said election. Copy Atcest: S. F. BOWMAN, Clerk. Pail for W. Bush Nelson, Lexington Ky $5.00 postage paid. Rat Corn is guaranteed to do all we say. MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon, Ky Jan. 29 1915 r-7- Post Cards of all kinds at Fish s Buy it at Fish's and ou know .. rS.---,-- - fKaitaALSEgSSSSS? IN RACE FOB it's right. Thomas Ni tli, aged 74, died of cancer of throat, first of week. Mode Crawford has moved from the Willis Adams property to property near the E B. Brown Court House. the GUBERNATORIAL NOMINATION 79 up No. 70" wne v toCotnmun cate wIth.8IQNAL 9 1' '3H6SBS3.3bPi ,5 assBoM M Bv M jHrtaoJ nr '53T-r- w MU tj -- - kN j&- - yjj Ra ii kirfe ' L 2W K " k V1 1 fc 1 rr- - Louisvllc i Nashville R R Co. 5.04 p m 3:50 a m .11:39 a w .12:13 a m TIME TABLE. -- 4 nortn OkiLn o ........ ....... 2L South Tas. Landrum, Agent Phone No. 8. Entere.! at the as fctcoiid-ciob- Mt Venion, s Ky. Postoflice mail matter. P E It S 0 N A L . Mr.-s- Meshac Gentry is very sick. Plovd K. Miller has returned to Miama, Oklahoma. Mrs. G. M. Uatlard is with relatives at Li vinuston for the week. Wm. Souder, Esq., has returned foin a bu.sine.--s trip to Bell couiry. Mike King of East Bern-tad- t, vjjted hi- - am t, Mis. Sr.m Ccx & doing on here from Afton. Oklahoma, on a the big land deil it is more than visit to homefclks When we know anything about. Tommy Taylor has been con fin the doal goes then we will know efl to h's room for two weeks with about it, but at pro-eu- t it looks typhoid but is improving now like a de.id ;ssr,o. Mrs. Cam Mullins is very sick and her condition considered ser NOTICE. in her head. 1 have moved my office from ious. The trouble is from Cox Bros.' store ind .1111 now loG fo. Proctor has returned an extended visit to his bi other cated over Mit Millar's store, same Russe1, at .Vinchesler and .lark-so- building as drug rore. Very respect fullv, Li:e Chestnut. Jan 8 5t Prof, and Mr$. J. S. Irvine will entertain the faculy, juniors and feed The Birdi. Fri seniors of tlu Graded .Sch-day evening. The way to keep the song birds of is to feed them during the cold Sargeant Walter Rbiion the U- - S. Armv, whose home is weather when ihev cannot find near London" was with v friend fook foi thon-s-lvo- ; will They Willis McKenzie this week. fn'ly repay you for your trouble Mrs. Mollie Scott, sister of by their bright presence and sweet Deputy Sheriff, D. Cummins, is songs. Teach the children to reported very sick at her home on scaiter crumbs for the birds. the East side of the count'. Mrs Mary Miller N'aret, aged There areabout 18 younvj men 83, died of pneumonia at New-toniand women of this county attendMissouri, January i9tb. ing the Eastern State She was an aunt (by marriage) of Norm il School at Richmond our townsman lames Maret and Da-i- s a few the la-- of ihe sisters of George W spent Miss'Ehel days at Richmond the hist of the Miller, the founder of the noted week, with her sister, Miss Emma, Ranch No. tor in Oklahoma. who is attending the E. K. S. N. LANGPORD PARROTT Mrs Will Dunn, who used ti be Miss Kate Redd, daughter of Mr. Will Laugford. son of J. S. Charley Rdd, formerly of Rock- - Langford and Miss Nora Parrott castle County, died at her home in were married Wedn-sda- y evening Crab Orchard Monday. at the home ol the bride's parents James Ashley Owens, who was Mr. and Mrs. Neal Parrott liev. performed the examined at Lancaster, in January D. B. Langlord J9I2 and admitted to the bar for ceremony. They will make their the practice of law has just finish- home with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. ed a post graduate course and re- Langford for the present or until We join ceived a diploma from the McKin-le- y they can "build. with many friends in congratulatheir University. Chicago .7. Sparks ard daugh- tions. Mrs. W. ters Misses Fan and Bess, will READER COMING leave next week for Florida, for the winter. We were in error reOn the evening of Friday, Febporting last week that they were ruary 5th, a program will be given in Louisville for th winter as they under the auspices of the Womhad only gone down for a few days an's Club of Mt. Vernon by Mrs. shopping. Mae Suter Davis, of Barbourville. Charley Simpson, grandson of Mrs. Davis is a graduate of the Hev. J: J. Noe of the Freedom Bostou School cf Oratory, has had section, has returned from a 3 seven years experience as a platyears service in the U. S Arm7. form reader, and comes highly He has been stationed at Texas recommended. A pleasing proCity, Tex. and reports Lon Han- gram will be rendered.; sel and Will Kirby who are also A CARD OF THANKS. stationed there as being well satTo our friends and relatives in isfied. Livingston, who were so untiring Casper C. Adams, formerly ot in their efforts lighten our bur tliis place, who has been residing dens of grief at the at Mt.Carmal, 111. for the last three dear mother, and funeral of our for the sympayears employed as fireman ou the thy, love and consolation tenderBig 4 railroad has been promoted ed us for the many acts of kindto engineer on the Cairo division ness shown us while in their of that road, gaining the highest midst, we are sincerely grateful. average in a class which was exMu. and Mrs. G. W: Griffin, 111. reamined at Beech Grove, Cincinnati, Ohio. cently. Young Adams is only about 28 years old and one of the Representatives were Jiere .from youngest engineers in the United Valley Oak and vicinity, TuesStates. His many friends here day and advised that they had are glad to hear of his promotion. raised 5,ooo toward a turnpike from Somerset to Rockcastle counLOCAL ty line. They came to get assurances that our county meant to D. Cummins bught of W. D. build a Somerset line of pike. old mules for They were advised Pay,ne two-2yethat was tie $2oo.oo. case and that a Hue was to be built .You can saw 30c. on every dol-Ja- from Madison county border worth of underwear you buy across the county to Pulaski .at Fish's. n. ol a, last week. Mr. I. A Bnwrmn. who has been siclv for some time is able to be up again. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller are Mrs Olearv. whose cow kicked RcCKCASTLK KEPUUl.lCAN.S- :over the lamp, starting a fire that I am no eagle, and cannot fly, burnt upC hka,o 111 I871, died but am just a common, every-darirst of wrek ait-- S3. Republican running hard as I All the tcleath instruments can, and would lly if L could, from have been remove.! from depot by uow until the August Primary, for the telegraph companv. Trains thi iieptibhcan nomination for are run and other win.' work is Circuit Court Clerk of R ckcastle transacted over ihu telephone. County. Inansw r to the question, Are you qualified? Wili saj : B!a nfcet Yew Horses. . I am, tty me! Now, fellow Re At this season of cold, let us publicans. Lam a poor man, with not forget to be kin 1 to our dumb a large fani ly and need the place, your horse else 1 would have never asked friends. Do not to on the street, when you for your supoort. 1 Invo been can ea.cil3T protect him with a voting the Republican ticket 22 blanket. ypars and ijiis is my fivt tune to NOTK'K - T the tax payors of ask ou for an thing. Hoping to the town of Mt Vernon, who have receive a majority of the votes cast not settled t hoi Mown lax for tho at tho August Primary, I bng to year 1914, f plr you to piv them remain as ever, Your friend and neighbor, bv February 1st, if not I am going (Little Bill) DAVIS to" levy for these taxe. P. D. DnHO'tn, Marshal M: Vernon. Ky. Woman's forward Movement Closed Tho Kentucky Statute, Acts of IQT4 plainlv exp'a is the State Aid proposition re irding public With $8,000 raided, tho Womroads and can be seen any hour of an s Forward Movement, organizany day in the office of E. R. Gen- ed t) raise $2o, 000 the Illitertry, County Attomev. acy Commission, has cle-edy d le-iv- e i n 1'1U wiw hi vK&ssSSn'sy-? I tS-- f 'h&? a - BBBmSSBSSKBBBM 'a : Will Be Looking For His Shadow Next Tuesday Februaiy 2nd. Whether He Sees it or Not, I Therefs Not The Shadow of a Doubt That Spring Is Coming and We Must Prepare For it By Getting Rid I Of the Remnant of Our Winter Stock c 'w1 ttm I wrM ' rTnn iw nhi it in m ith' iiTiiriiriTrTiiir irirrrniMr Before We Blossom Out With Our Spring Selections! Therefore, We Are Offering, For Cash lP CzwGLvr -- r V .. t ol UUclLS w W.T. Underwear 25 fr-i ALL LADIES SUITS AND COATS I I $3 1 pas FFH&Wi?-- A. ir . Ex If there is anvthi"tr CONGRESSMAN penses of the organization are to be deducted from this am mnt, which will leave from 4, coo to STANLEY $5,ooo. The remainder of the $20,000 needed by the Illiteracy rr Commission wil: he rai-e- d by Mrb Cora Wilson Me.v.ut.snd Dr. J G. Grabbe. a coinin ttee appointor by the Illiteracy CouiuiiiMon lat Announces Candidacy for GoverMay t iaise monoy 0. STANLEY. CASH RINGS LOUD HERE 'We Stand By What You Buv" A SUES RN norship ai Primaries. Ballard, Sheriff Cam Muliins, and Ciicuit Clerk T. J. Niceley took James Plemmin and Happy Hooligan to the pen Monday aui Armon Baker to the IS OPPOSED TO RING RULE school of Reform. Judge Rallard saj.s Happy is well known in Judge G. M. Frrnkfort McClure ol the Southern part of tiie county died Tuesday lght of pneumania, after an illness ot only a few days. The decea-- e was one of t!wM good christian women who will be greatFormal announcement was made in ly nussed in the home and com Washington by Representative A. O. m unity. 1 Mrs. H. H. Will Also Turp L"9frr. On Activities of Legislative Lobbyists If Elected to High Office Promises to Conserve Resources of State' and Work For Better System of Highways Opposes Convict Contract System. t Stanley that he will seek the Democratic nomination for governor of KenChristian Church Services tucky at the primaries next August. The services at the Christian Church, for January 3 1st. aie a In his statement Mr Stanley promibes follows: gunday School from lo that if elected he will rid the state a m. until eleven o'clock-- ; Preach board of valuation and assessment of ing at eleven subject "Christian all outside influewes and that his Education"; Christian Endeavor administration will be absolutely free at 6:30 p. m. subject "Foreign Jiom all taint of ring rule. His state Missionary Opportunities the ment follows: World "One of the greatest issues which will confront the Democracy of Kentucky at the ensuing August primary elw lion will be the control of the F.tate boaid of valuation and assessment and the tremendous powers The Democrat who is in it to be elected governor must turn a fsice of flint towaid every proposal to i'?e this boaid lor putting screws to nnv public seivic-- corporation which may icfuse to do its bidding, or for rewarding with any character of privilege or exemption such corporations as may agree to become part and parOWENS TURPJN cel of the political machine For unOur splendid Livingston cor. less a governor of Kentucky can keep clean the board of valuation and asWilliam Owens and Mrs Celia sessment h can not give an honest, Turpin an excellent lady of this economic al and cTicient administracounty were married at 6 o'clock tion lie is in chains "I shall be a candidate Tuesdav evening at the residence ocratic nomination for for the Demgovernor of of Mr S.C. Franklin, on West Kentucky, and I do not desire to be governor unless I can be free. Main street, the Rev. J. n M. Rotation In Office. spoke the word that mode "One of the vital issues which the them one. Those who witnessed, Demociacy of the state will be called the ceremonv were Mr. and Mrs upon to indorse or repudiate is the S. C. Franklin, the preacher and principle of endless rotation in office. his wife and our gocd roads boost I am convinced that the question of hether or not a single coterie of ofer and writer, J. M . ficeholders shall perpetuate in power by rotating in diflei After the bride was given a new name, a splendid supper, which cnt offices will be sett'ed in August as overwhelmingly as the people adopted had beeu prepared by Mrs. Frank that provision in the present state lin, was partaken of, and thor- constitution, which renders every oughly enjoyed by the partici state official ineligible as his own That clause in the organic pants. law was thus heartily indorsed by the Messages of congratulations people of Kentucky because they bewere leceived from the former lieved it would end ring rule in the io better house. But Livingston dispatchers, who are statefor keeping a there official in reastate son the now in the Louisville office. same office indefinitely in the disThe newly-wed- s left on the charge of duties with which he has to rotate midnight tram for tbeir Livings- become familiar than of positions him through a succession in ton home where the Signal hopes which he has had no previous experitheir days may be spent in hap- ence. "The Democratic party in Kentucky piness. will no longer tolerate a political Warwick at the head of a close corporabllllousness and constipation tion of officeholders who have twisted Cured. the old Democratic doctrine of rota g e preaching at 7 o'clock. -- subject "Responsibility of a Christian". There will also be Prater-Meeting- s on each Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock-- , with lorty minutes given to Praver-Meetintopic, followed by a twenty minutes discussion of the Sun lay School les son for the following Sunday. Every one is invited to be present and to participate in each of these services. Around'' followed by tion in office to mean that the same set shall rotate from one office to another and back again every four years True Function of Governor. "It is known ot all men that Percy Haly proposes either to nominate himself as governor of Kentucky or some respectable figurehead of his own selection whom he can own and control and that men sha.ll be ineligible to position on the board Of assessment and valuation, whose names do not appear on his exclusive roll of honor (?). I shall fight with all the energy I possess and shall exert to the" utmost all the authority ested in me to prevent the intermeddling by an cfliceholding trust or a petty political hierarchy with these or any other ofilccs In the state, and I shall tight every concerted attempt to dictate nominations for national, state, district or county offices. "The function of the governor and those associated with him is to transact the business of the state in such a way as to redound to its credit and to that of his party and the security and prosperity of the people and not to construct an endless chain of officeholders, from street sweeper to chief magistrate, for the purpose of maintaining perpetually in power a political triumvirate and a pampered and protected lobby. I shall fight the Haly - Rhea - Shackelford triumvirate now in control as bitterly as I shall fight any other individual or combination which may seek to pillage our state No Invisible Government. "I willingly surrendered a seat in congress to fight above all else that most insidious and abominable menace to the liberties and property rights of a free people 'invisible government poweis nominally vested in tenevolent and respectable figures, actually exercised by covert and cunning emissaiies of every interest fortunate and enough to have a friend at court. favor-seekin- g g y 1 f moHiLcir hg Homes eod iofihes f 7?iFffaaSFgE23BigS i MAMBI GKAS FEBRUARY Nev Orleaiis5 La Mobile9 Ala. LOW ROUND TRIP FARES Good Returning to Reach C.Iftinal Starting Point Before Midnight February 24. 1915. TICKETS ON SALE FEBRUARY 9, 10, II, 12, 13, 14 and IS. of rinal Ltir.'t to Reach Original Starting Point Defora PrlTllefia of MldniSlic March 15. 1;I5, by Ueposit of Ticket and Paymunt of Fee of $1.00. J, t.W. TS1 RfSU'gg.'Pl G JcsNeJ r.r 71 For Full Information Apply to Nearest Ticket Agent. Jjau53H 101 Esst Main St., Lexington, Ky. Mr. Stanley's Statement. bEGujua dELIv&riES ABB TBOIfBLB SApS "If elected governor of Kentucky I Mac-millai- '. 1 hem-selve- s sue-cess- manufacturing enterprises. "I stand for the county unit law as it now exists, and will, if elected, do all in my power to make it effective. "Believing that as governor of the state I can render my countrymen material service in carrying into effect the reforms I have mentioned, I re spectfully solicit their support as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for the .office of governor of Kentucky in the ensuing August primary A. O. STANLEY.'' election. solemnly and earnestly pledge the people of the commonwealth here and now that 1 will turn the calcium light upon the lobbyist and upon all who seek to secure positions of honor or privilege by any secret or unholy alliance with him. The Needs of the State. "I shall earnestly endeavor, if made chief magistrate of my native state, tc. conserve and encourage every legitimate business and industry, whether largo or small, to encourage the investment of capital in and the development of our unrivaled and as et almost undeveloped resources; to promote the construction and opera- tion of public highways to the end that our people may find a better and speedier access to the market, the mill, the school and the church. As means to this end. I favor the abolition of prison contract labor and the employment of the convicts on the roads of the state. "I shall vigorously endeavor to protect the citizen from every form of lawlessness or confiscation; to see that his person and his property are secure whether that property be invested in live stock, in lands or in The milk man leaves the milk every lay. The newsboy leaves the paper every day. In summer the iceman leaves the ice ou certain days. Why not a "standing order', for the groceries, fresh meats, butter, egs, bread, Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes, fruits etc. that you use and need at regular times? It will be a oonvemence. and an economy for you and for us. Ask us about it. Leave the bother to qb. J.P.E.DUMMOND LIVINGSTON, KY. PHONE 25 ar rs If you are ever troubled with biliousness or constipation you will be interested in the statement ts K. F. Erwin, Peru, Ind. 'A year ago last winter I had an of indigvstion followed by biliousness and constipation. Seeing Chamberlain's Tablets so highly recommended. I bought a bottle of them and they helped me right away." For sale by all dealers. at-ra- ck Heartburn, indigestion or stomach is dis-tiessoft- instantly relieved by Heroine It forces the badly digested food out of the body and restores tone in the stomach and bowels. Price 50c. Sold by John Sobins, Brodbead, Ky. A dry, hacking cough is hard on the lungs, often causing them to Horehound bleed. . Ballard's Syrup is a healing balm that quickly repairs damage in the lungs and air passages. Price 250 50 and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by John Robins, Brodhead, Ky. $ 'cBSxsfyXc P rL Gonover Dentist MT. VERNON, Phone 49-S. BETHURUM &. LEWIS L. Attorneys at Law" Offices in Bethurum Bldg. Will practice, in all the Courts. KY, m x A Fron tRooms over Baker's Store y$fr&PJC$3& CASTORIA -, CiLiiaren Cry FOR FLETCHER'S j. -- . jgLpjt, TV v Jv-- t , 3QLofc-;--- ; j ti- - j f - GRANVILLE OW r v M.Q I) '1 a: UNDERTAKER Brodhead 13 Ky illustrating the character of unneces- -' Bary expenses to which we refer. HOPEWELL Union Opposes "Full Crew" Bill. The Texas Farmers' Union regisMr and Mrs. Claude Stokes tered its opposition to this character spent Snnday with Mr, Stokes' of legislation at the last annual meet--- , sister, Mrs James Niceley. F. ing held in Fort Worth, Tex., Augus 4, 1914, by resolution, which we quote, L. Doan who'has beerr conducting as follows: ChiEdren Cry for Fletcher's "The matter of prime importance past week will sink at Hopewell to the farmers of this state is an, COMPLETE NE and efficient marketing systemi;: school house every "Friday night and we recognize that such a system Coffins, Caskets and Robes George Barnes of Mt. Vernon, & is impossible without adequate rail- Scwders Mail, Telegraph or Teleroad facilities, embracing the !teatesty has moved to . "W. N. amount of service at the teast pas- house formerly ocbupied by Mrs WANTS NO "DEADHEADS" ON phone orders Promptly Tlio Kind Tou Have Always Bought, and which has heen sible cost We further ratu&ntet tt,ni-- Hanks. Miss Bertha Carmical in use for over SO years, has "borne the signature of .. Filled tho tOfnitMri n "u LIST OF EMPLOYES. J - v. u W-i- Ku I was in M t. " .m and has been made under his per- Ver non Saturday r;";"!" 95, per cent of the. !?sonal supervision since its infancy. SS H C39CSeC: J expenses of oper.-vy?Jv Allow no one to deceive yon in this. the railroads, shoppwg. Jlaster Robert Davis iuu it is mereiio- to the interest of or Mt. Vernon, was m All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-sis-go" are hut this part A CALL UPON THE LAW MAKERS Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of of Sunday aernoon, L6 apeu8e,1 hunting his , TO PREVENT USELESS TAX the Infants and Children Experience against experiment as as 'is possle, consistent with good ser- - Uog tlla,t had strayed from UPON AGRICULTURE. vicA and safety. Ae. therefore, crkll I home. Mrs. Charles Carmical who UI: law;akers, courts and;f has been suffering with rheuma to bear the foregoing facts iiajf JU' Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paremind when tfeaUng with the commW,! m a a lagJ,1PPefor the last week By Peter Radford I'll goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It w A ot this lecturer National contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic 0ur liue of Oonch baskets i The farmer is Farrp.ija.' XJnloji, oft carriers,Jeauirm state, and we do esq- - is some better at this writing ' "' sul M$ 9 Bia"s the declaration ff Rev. J. 1,. Clifford instead of Rev. the paymaster substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms industry and as, such he must mee tho. ast annuai convention sft Our and allays Fevcrishncss. For more than thirty years it Mt. Pisgah he nalioa,'s Dayr,oif. When industry- State. Union', opposing the j)pttge of Barnes preached at has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation. s furnished the 3rd Sunday in this month but pay its bill it must make a sjlhi the. screalled Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and sf beforej the thirty-thirIraft. upon agriculture for th Diarrhoea. lcgishmh. off Texas.'- - we have not learned whether or It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, Hearse seal 'J uU lmrts of mouit U The farmers of MissuqrJi in the last' assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. hich the farmer is ctvmpeUed. to not he was elected pastor ot that j The Children's Panacea-T- he Mother's Friend. aonor, without protest This check election, by, an iwrwhelming raav jority. swept th tajx. qft the statxtf. church. Well in the history of irawn upon agriculture may travel to. book of th mm oy wire Promptly Filled md fro over the highways of '4ate, andt it skou'.d one iwes we can't tell that we f may build citiea; girdle the come off r Hn statute boos wh'ere ""Ira jlobe with hands of steel; may search it appesV nd no legislature of, 'this evtii- sctw a more regular sjjeu oi i I Bears the Signature of piould pass such a 1'w or of weather than this is, and thet lidden treasures in the earth or natic raverso the skioa, but in th end it slJiJfa?' legislation which ?qiu'i-eboys are kept busy sawing wood ' AI )'. V K Y, . .vill rest upon the soil, No doll?vf expenditures.. 94;s , 5 The same rule appu; te all' regu- and making fires. Misses Cora vill remain suspended in midair- - ijj. is certain to seek the eart'y urfaqe' latory measures wfcAtfci ir.crease the and Maud Stokes ot Mt. Vernoa, is an apple that falls f rjji. aVi. thout giving spent several days with their sis . ! jjespsnses of mdussji'l(w. When a farmer umw: to tne puDiic. tpr Mrs. James Nicelev at pays the man wb ni.4ew Vhe metal, the There is ofttiirt- - ". b'ody of men aslast week. We don't think woodm V4 relied the tree, tho sembled at, "liigislafures and they have a, XQ b3 there who, in the women in this neghborhood manufacturer who assembled the raw material and shaped it into an ar- their zernSor reniVerrng their "have been burdened carrying hv.ay Years ticle of usefulness, the railroad that senricja, sometimes favor For Over In baskets of eggs to market thv transported it and the dealer who an JW&vse in tje expensen of IE CCNTAUP COMANV MCWVORKCITy. sold him the goods duj regard for the men winter and seems like the scarcety lie pays the wages of labor and capital employed, Sotw their ba.cks to the summer's ul mem vvuujq enaoie iceiner-i- : " mo iiuii&itiHiun as wen as ray. 5TO j meet tnie payroll, but these chants to pay more than the small for the tools, machinery, buildiuir cu'nittees, while making a record etc., used in the construction oi the! fW themselves, rub the sltin oft the sum of 25 and 30 cts. per dozen commodity and the satz-u- "kiiDlies.. to. , .Ollldfirs nf thf farmor V.v iipoiiiir tVio .H.d..x.. MJ U..UQ ...W Rev. Carmical still continues all articles of use iuqiei'c6 hji.ift-- i legislature to lay anot'tter burden V his meeting at Mt. Pteasant. It uyuu uia ueiivjr iuaa ana unaer me self and those michpiI in t,Q c.. . sidiary linear,, lash of "be it enacted" god him on seems that the people don't care , There. :& W payr 1a QMislion to pull and surge at the trates of civil- for bad weather, especially when isation, no matter how he may" sweat, not my 0A thu'back foam and gall at the iask. When a revival is going on. --aihf trrr- Ut must W, Oie bills legislatures "cut a milon" for Jabor they hand the farmer; a lemon. HOW'S THIS 5'alU e nation'a annu!; The farmers of tlu; United States Hundred, Dollars We ( 10,000,000. u itlS Safo to esti- - are not financially ale to carry "dead Rewardffer Ocua case of Catarrh ou for tuny mate th?.i 9 seats on nwrr dnllnr heads" on their T.uJ'rclls. Our own hired hands are not paid unless, we that cannot be cured by Hall's goes to mating thej expenses of sub have something ior them to do and. Catarrh Cure. iujury 'uetnes Tht farmer does F. J. Cheney & Co.s Toledo, O. not v:.irk. more. han thirty minutes we are not wiJiJ'ng to carry the hire help of deppstfiienV industries unless We the undersigiit--, per. joy- for liir.iself; have known the remaining there is Uirteen hoar, of the day's toil he therefore wtc for.- them. We must b. J. Cheney fox the last 15 year.-an- d devotes to meeting tie payroll of the economy iarstupon the most rigidi believe hiHa perfectly honorr "'ieu, nanasof agr!uyture, such as able in all b.siraess transactions can of Babbitt's ATEN--CEJSr- to carry on iue manura'cturer, railroad, commer- Lertrattve and tiuancialfty-abl- e N.eJed. lye is paid insurance against . . cial and other semants, any obligations ihp.de by his firm ?AUe the (iar is on and. tfihero is, a dirt or-- germs: guaranteeing clean, National Bank of Commerce, Tht Farmer's Payroll and How He tujlj; Jjt business, we waras all legrsia-tiv- e Toledo, O. sinks, and thoroug-hlbodies ho take an Inventory of sweet arid;! Maets- It. Ha-l'the statute i books zo.il wipe off all Catarrh Cure is taken in- sanitary conditions in the home, andf The annual payroll of aurlniiltiirn exrravagantfand useless laws. A good fternnlly, acting directly upon the 1approi-imate- s in your bams, kennels or hen houses. c $12,000,6oo.OOO. is needed and BIL I A B U B'. blood aoid mucous surfaces of the A por ; can bh instituted here and there system. Testimonials sent free tion ot tae- - amount is shifted to foreign aountries in exports, but tho tlut willpatch the clothes of indigent Price cents per bottle. Sold If you will write will send you a total payroll of industries working fcr j Jlildren, rest tired mothers and lift by aU 70 Druggists. book Absolutely Free telling a uw mrmer divides substantially, as, mortgages D)m despondent homes. &' Ts&e Hall s. Family Pills for t- Unnecessro-yworkmen taken off and follows: Railroads, $l,252,00f,00(v dred uses oarrVj consupation. s Lye; also useless expenses chopped down all manufacturers niu&H? 81 prerrduni-catalogtialong the line will add; to the prosS655,000,0,Qi; $2'.6,OWjjWO banks. iUustrating Mt. Vernon,, Ky. Chas. C. Davis OF WfiCcaUlle $3,500.0W.00a. and a, iieaw perity' of the farmer and encourage IK THE DISTRICT COURT Uiuand valuable presents exciiangcj mighty Siiscellaneous THE TJNlTEfJ STATES 'consumes the him in his "world. eltort to feed and clothe lite remainder. fiFOS: THE EASTERN DlSDHSfCT OF IQ any. oC these industries have sut- j It take the cr, crj,i Cne most KENTUCKY valuably ta agr.cultur, which sold plu emplcvyes we can use them ai We have no regfjm the fiirm. last vaar for ,092,0000. tj pay off ilru the Matter 1 the. employe? 0f tU railroads; tho scheidule' of wages, but we pay $aod of la BtJjBkruptcv , a Urt 'fltmi hands on an average oS 1.50 tr money derived frpaa our annual sales Joseph A. 'Oliver ) ill of Ufestoe7i of asproxima,tely $2,000,-- . 15' (Say of thirteen hours wjn they Richmond, Ky. .000,000, tKe yeary cottqii.Qsop, valued bwri themselves; work usually runs m BAoWlT L:ii-.Tabout nine months of the ear, and the i To tiit creditors of Joseph A. lt ..uuu.ouo..- th Best Home Soap- Malrer wheat crQDv, I watch., 'is worth. $61(i0OO,OOO, and. Uio ?nree months dead tim., they, can: dp- - Oliver, of Livingston, in the coun,i Hit&csL :rt ,'fircnpAU but not in lff.i;eJGc the chores lor their Boardl Iti they' oat trop, that i& worth ?44O.00(ha00 and di trict aro required to meet the annvahpay-- prefer to farm on tjheir awn account, ty of Rockcastle, P. 3ox 1T76 New Yoik CiTy there are more.; than 14,000.000,000 aforesaid, a bankrupt. roii or the manufacturenj. Tlie-acres of idle laa on the earth's surmoney derived from the THE DEST GROCERS KANDL Notice is bereby given that on BABBITT'S LYE staple, crops is used in mcirig the.i face awaitin& tJie magic touch of the Joseph A. plow. The,, compensation is easily ob- rJan. 23, 1&J5 the said 1ilUH!iiiiiiiiiiii,iiiti!fHifttmrif.ii-f...iJdiun oi mo cankers, grchants.. "HUI!3lgnil!H .fiii etc. After these obligotioi$sare paid, tainable from Federal Agricultural Oliver was duly adjudged a bankbefore. in "wfc'rjTtjmjjJiJUBP the farmer has only aiiiev0bunches of Department statistics. Tho total rupt; aud that the first meeting of rifewffiyljni-p',tfv,7average annual sales of a farm in egetables, some fruid-annoultrv the continental United States amounts his creditors will held at the office every7W H H uiuu lie can anil nnrlinoll m&$&33FJ$ LHi aw a37 i 1 to $516.00; T the cost of operation is of the suxdersigned in Richmond, a iM ceeds his own pxx c $340.00; leaving the farmer $176 per When 'the farmer y off his help jj annum to live on at 2 p. m. at ?& e a ii and educate his Ky. Ekb. 8. i)i5 ne nas very little dotf and to meet said creditors maj whici time the G6VE& QUSQH RELIEF these tremendous payrolls he hsc; family. There is no occasion for the legis- atiesd, prove their claims, appoint heen forced to mcc'.jgas'e homes, work Pain leaves almost women in the fk?iiand increase the' latures making a position for surplus a trustee, examine the Bankrupt, us ii n- - magic wnert hours of his laltor.j We are, there- employes of industry. Let them come you begin using transact such other business to and share fore, compel! the famousold. tocall uoon all in I "back the soil" the farm. with us ardmay properly come before saia the prosperity of remedy for Rheumaits. dustries dep4dfiritiupon the farmerstism, Lumbago. Gout, for subsistence- toj retrench in their' j 'meeting. Sciatica, Neuralgia, When honesty is merely a good expendityj andTto cut off all un A. R. EURNAM, Jr. and kindred troubles. necessaiv expenses. This course is.'t policy it is a poor virtue. It goes right to the Referee in Bankruptcy absolu'Jyueceasary inA order to avoid, spot, stops the aches a ren&donj in. wages, (and we want,i Lazy farmers are just as useless as and pains and makes Qhone No. 39 i riisaihlej., to tetain the present wagej dead ones and take up more room. iChildrn's Coughs Children's life worth living. Get a bottle of Colds Both ake Bad sjsP.a13 railroad and Jail other in- -; today. A booklet v?ith fipsjlTial enployes. When one of your little ones When the soul communes with the full iit'ritfrPsre We will devote this (article to a.' spirit of nature the back to the farm shows symptons of an approaching M each bottle gives use. directions for scussion of unnewessaiy expenses, movement prevails. cold, give 1: Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta- r Hotel Henry Wat ierson Don't delay. Demand; 'a.nd whether required by "law or perHoney at once. J tacts quickly, mitted byy the managements of the LOUISVILLE. KY. cept anything else m There 'are two kinds of farmers. and prevents the ':old growing concerns, 'is wholly immaterial. We' One tries to take all the advice he Very healing soothes The South4 most Dooular DncrJ. moJ?m ! BiEt can cappiy yott. If you live too far want all waste labor; and extrava- hears and the other won't take any "worse hotel. from a drug store send Qne Dollar a ihe Lungs, loosens the mucous, litu.itrd in the J Abtolutelr gance, of whatever icharacter, cut out-- i at alL Swanson Rheumatic Cure Co., Newark;'' vefv lirr.rt of tne retail shonninc? diatrirtr.nfl strengthens the system It j Wewill mention the full crew bill as' near al the thcitres. Ohio, and a bottle oE will be Only 25c. at y,ar j guaranteed. ad'o-quate . I a singing as Mt. Pisgah, for the 38ffTJxrrrtf 5 sr? :; g I 4U --- Z? E d - " od What is CASTORIA !fat. WfllM oraers , tlaud-UKuio-ollln- - 'full-cre- ; : eora-nerc- e; W J5 1 pjie 1f EU' ii GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS If s - ,a - ..i.yuus Shi-pla- ce r!t The EM You Have Always Use w9i&& oU BougM fellow-associri,i-f3 j 'mrSKSSsSS . WHEN YOU WANT mgu-siry- tbajes. H Genera! Merchandise CO TO CanMakeTourHcuseMore Attractive With the Handsome Babbitt Premiums i -- Farm Implements JONAS' McKENZIE. THE OLD B House-Clesnin- g y - s hous-cleani'- econo-miosf- L' ve for-Babb- itt ' ; e u tor-coupon- s. A prol - V A A" Drugs b - I "We are determined to give our patrons better servics this year than any ii Our -g -- . f? t5ri 2t si ia s," motto is "improve on thing every minute' Anybody Yours respectfully, CHAS. fpsf 73 will show you where we are, - - C DAVIS i?J ! I gS-.vrtj'.;.- !j fire-proo- f; r&W$J IX . 9 1 Breakfast from 25c up; noon day Lunch 50c.; table ilr I.ote Dinner, 6 to 6 p. m $1.00. Also elaborate a la carte service in Restaurant. Rall.sLcllcr ope-- - from 4 p.m. tc I a. m. Orchestral and vocal music. pri.es. Clut Finest Cafe in LouuTiUa, with moderate sent prepaid. FREE TO FARMERS SEEDS ROOM PRICES With runninr; water and private toilet $1 per day With private bath $1.50 up to $3.00 per day Large sample rsoms with prhete bath $2.50 to $3.50 per day. You are cordially invited to rsalce this hotel your headquarters while in Louisville ev r. if only for a day. Have your roai'l an-paclcEcs addressed here. You will always be a welcome guest. P.OHERT B. JONES. Marnier. J jPS ? s?1?;? Mount Vernon Monumental .WORKS nerves. isfactory. Prioe 25c, 5oc and $1 00 per bottle. Sold by John Robins, Brodhead, Ky. Lame back may come from over work, cold settled in the muscles of the back, or from disease. In the two former cases the right remedy is Ballard 'sSnov Liniment. It should be rb:ed in thoroughly over theaffeeiel parr, the relief will be prompt and sat Sloan's Liniment co ;he surface over the painful part do not rub in. bloan's. Liniment nenetrates very quickly to the sore, irritated 'VJDEALElt in Marbles and nerve and allays the inflnmmation Granite Monuments of all Get a bottle of Slban's Liniment kinds. Estimates furnished for 25itcents of any .druggist and have m the house against colds on application. sore and swollen joints, lumbago, sciatica and like ailments. Your GEO. OWENS Propr. monpv hjiru-i- f rniofinJ h.,f it does give almos- - instant ielief. Pone 112 What you want to do is to soothe thenerve itself. Apply By special arrangement the Ratekin Seed House of Shenandoah, Iowa, one of Tor Infants and Children, the oldest, best established seed firms in The Kind Yob Hare Always Bought the country will mail a copy of their Big illustrated eed catalogues, inis book is complete on all farm and garden seeds. It tells how to grow big yields and all Signature of about the best varieties of Corn for your locality; also Seed Oats, Wheat Barley, Speltz, Grasses, Clovers, Alfalfa, Pasture and "Lawn Mixtures, Seed Potatoes and farm and garden TRY THIS FOR NEURALGIA all otherworth dollars to all seeds. This Book is in want of Thousands of people keep on seeds of any kind. IT'S FREE to all our readers. Write fuffering with Neuralgia because mention this paper. for it today and The address is fcyiow what -- to do lor they do not RATEKIN'S SEED HOUSE, it. Neuralgia is a pain in the Shenandoah, Iowa. ! CASTORIA Buy a bottle today. Sudden's Arnica Salve for fjores, druggist. Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Dealers Wanted y&a&ffig&Mf Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of ner experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Carduf, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do airy of my housework. After taking three bottles of CarduL I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 3d pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well asrnn a big water mill. I wish: every suffering woman would give WE WANT a. wiOc-awak- e UEALER in each "town In Southern Ohio, adjacent territory' in W. good,-satisf- ALLEN "37" $895 Pleurisy pains are located below the short tives-KEN- TON affects the same region bat ward the back. Ballard's Snow Linimentis the remedy in either! case. If rubbed in thoroughly it eases pain, relaxes the muscles and the natient can move about freely and comfortably. Price 25c finr nnH Sr on Tpr hntilP. Snlri hv Tohn Robins, Brodhead. Ky. to- ribs. Lumbago Virginia, Southern Indiana and entire State ot Kentucky to take on our line ot LEWIS, ALLEN and JIETZ automobiles. Our cars SELL the owners, and you make MONEY. From $S75 up: also one at $405. This is a good chance (or an established Auto Dealer to take on a line ol popular cars, or lor a live HUSTLER with a.litUe money and lucking to get W-- i. intn n ft ret olaca mAnavmil-lKiuinii. quick for particulars to the Factory Kepresenta 21-MOTORS COMPANY. E. Ninth St., Cincinnati, Ohio. quick-scllin- y The Woman's Tonic p . ..a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, "tired, worn-o- ut times and needs help, Herbine is R an effected liver stimulant. Ital-- I so purifies the bowels, strongth ens digestion and restores strength, yig-- r and cheerful SUiriCS. friCe iOC. C3Q1Q DV lonn II., Robins, Brodhead, Ky. ft' The liver loses its activity atg backache, side ache, nervousness, ieelings, etc, are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's ionic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui :for your frouble-- It has been helping weak, ailing "women for more than fifty years. Get a Bottle Today 1 J