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ROCKCASTLE . KY,FRIIUY FEB. . 5, Sy .r iuiIji?.ii tttt jt - . m Men's g Boys' Suits SHOES Sn? HATS 1 Largest and Best Stock in town cut almost half LADIES' AND MISSES' CLOAKS RAIN COATS RAIN HATS FURNITURE Comforts Blankets Big Bargains in Every Department yqifiMghgsCSs Any Plat in our Millinery Department $1.00 SU1T0N f (( iS - 4 McBEEJ -- - Whoso CUSTOMERS Interests Are First and Foremost 1 very Transaction in this Sank is for the best Interest o our in our last letter that Rev. Jones heldi services at the Baptist church the fourth Sunday. This was a trial sermon, but we are not informed whether or not the church called him for this year. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Shivel were in Stanford last week to see Dr. Uraig George Hasty died at his home near the old Holdam Mill, in Lincoln county, last week, from tuberculosis. He leaves a widow and one child. L N. Vanhook moved his to the property recently pur chased from Dr. Carter. J. W. Owens moved his family to the property vacated by Mr. Vanhook. Leorge v. Kaynolds was in Corbin Londor, Hazle Patch and n M t. last weak. The pla given by the Hamiitonian .Society at Cieb Orchard, Thursday night of last week, was well attended and the Crab Orchard folks seemed to enjoy it very much. We are glad to report that uncle Tom Frith is able to be out again. The lecture given by Rev D. M. Walker, ofSt&nford, at the Christian churoh last Friday eyen-iuwas greatly enjoyed Mrs. Gtanville Owens, who has been very low for several months, seems to be gradually growing weaker, and u is feared that she will not recover- .- Misses Florence and Cleo Penningtonj of Living- . ton, were the guests of their sister, Mrs. O. A Frith, last week John Riddle who owns most of the stock in the Rockcastle Milling Co, was here from Walnut Grove last week looking after his Ve-nog, - W3 torgot to mention BA R G A THAT ARE UNUSUAL N S AND EXTRAORDINARY All Ladies' Suits All Men's Clothing All Shoes All Dry Goods Aff Aff Special Prices 25 per cent Below Regular Underwear Hand ware Our; stock, and our assortment is so large and varied thafwe find it impossible to describe in type. We offer no baits; we make low prices on anything you may need. iuterests. We With Us 1 -!- Recognizing the fact our customers, ; not only require, but insist upon the ' best service and absolute safety We would sanction no transaction which d'd not, in every way, make for the best Interests of our n Anything not to your liking is far from our desire. Let us give you a start put your feet on the road to safetT, comfort and prosperity. It's an easy road to travel once you have started. The Bank of QUAIL. Mrs. J. J. Todd who has been confined to her bed is able to be tout again. John Cash sold to Jim Albright a 7 ear old mare for $100. There is lots of talk in this county of building tnmpikes. "From tire looks of the roads now, 2 think they need them Herbert O.vens called on his best girl Sun day eve. The infant son of Mr and Mrs. E B. Hernn is very a flow with pneumonia. Miss Thompson of Walnut Grove, visiting her cousin, Miss Lizzie is Rev. Hubbard ot StanOwens ford will preach at Providence Saturday night and Sunday Little Ada and Cella Adams, daughteisof Mat Adams, have severe attacks of pneumonia Mr Henry Scott of Somerset has .completed his new dwelling and .will move to it in the near future. Mrs. Wm. Scott who has been very sick is improving: Miss Mae Cummins is attending school at Mt Vernon. Mrs. , Laura suffering Owens, ., has bean very much from a sprained ankle caused by a fall. Little Celia Gibbons is slowly improving from an attack of typhoid. M. M. Taylor has been visititing his brothers, A. O Taylor atGum Sulphur 4 and J. ,3. Taylor at Crab Orchard Miss Docia Reynolds remains EI-zad-- Mt- - Vernon The Bank that takes care of it's Customers MOUNTAIN MULES TOO SMALL Maurice J. Farris, Tr., of Danville, passed thru Stanford late last week en route to London where he went in an effort to buv some mules for the English army. He was unable to secure any, howsver, on account of the light ness of the mountain hybrid. The specifications of the contractors who are buying for foreign governments calls for animals which weighed at least l,ooo pounds. Out of about 200 mules which were inspected and weighed by Mr. Farris at Loudon last Saturday, only about six came up to the required weight, and the owners of these would consider no price short of about $200. each for them which is so much in excess of the amount which the buyers can afford to pay for mules, that they could not be considered. Mr. Farris says that he found a fine lot of light, wiry mules on hand but was unable to handle them. Mr. Farris and B. G. Fox, of Danville, are commissioned to buy mules in this part of Kentucky for C. A Wright, ol Columbia, Tenn., who is an agent for Guyn-to- n & Herrington, a firm that handles stock all over the country Mr. Riddle will soon move to our town. Wm Gadd, who is said to live near Sinks, was accidently shot by Mrs. MitcbeLDelaney last Friday. He was 'aken home the the following day. The shot is pronounced to be a rather serious one. Dr, barter attended him. J. Thos. Cherry was here last Fri day from Crab Orchard looking after his interests here.-- ft re Lovings moved his family from the W. H. Anderson farm to one of T. S. Frith's farms in the Hiatt section. Mrs, W. A. Tyree is spending several weeks with Mrs. Walter Roberts in St. Francisville, 111. Mrs. Eoberts is reported quit' sick. Mrs. Walter Smith, and little daughter, of Crab Orchard, spent several days here this week the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Owens. Miss Margar-it- e Tharp, and little brother, Master Graveley Farris, of Junction City, were the guests of their sister, Mrs. R. E. Albright, and other relatives here the first of the week. Dr. W. F. Carter was with relatives in Shelbyville Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Proctor, and family, of Mt. Vernon, were the guests of his father and sister at this place Satur day and Sunday. Judge A. J . Haggard was in Mt. Vernon Monday on business. Mr. Ed Sturgeon, of Louisville, is with home folks here this week. J. Thos. Cherry was here Tuesday and closed a deal for his father's old homestead, the purchase price being $1500.00. W. H. Leece, one of Crab Orchard's most sue cessful business men, was here Tuesday on business. Rev. and and Mrs. Green Fish, of the Hiatt section, were in town Wednesday, and Mr Fish expressed himself as being heartily in favor of the proposed bond issue. He says that he cannot understand how can vote against this issue af ter, traveling over suuh roads as we have in Rockcastle, aud neither can we. W. H. Brown, of and J. M. Craigr, .were here Wednesday with about a hundred fat hogs. n understand that Remember, "A dollar saved a dollar made. 1 Lan-caste- r, .in very poor health. STOP TBAr COUGH Pine-Tar-Hone- NOW -- When you catch cold or bngin 1o cough, the first thing to do is to tike Dr Bell's It penetrates the linings ot the Throat and Lungs and fights the germs of the disease, giving quick rel'ef and natural healing. "Our whole family depend on and colds," for coughs writes Mr. E. Williams, Hamilton Ohio. It always helps. 25C at y. Pine-Tar-Hone- y and has the sole contract to buy mules and horses in America for Colds Are Oftkn Most Serious Stop Possible Complications the English and French Governments. During the past few The disregard of a Cold has months, Messrs. Farris and Fox often brought many a regret. The have bought something like $2o,-00- 0 fact ot sneezing, coughing, or a worth of mules in this part of fever sffould be warning enough the country and have put the that your system needs immediate much needed money in circulation attention. Certainly Loss of Sleep is most serious. It is a among the farmers. warning gjven by Nature. It is man's duly to himself to assist by iyour-Draggr-sc. CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR doing his part. Dr. Kings New Discovery is based on a sclentifiq analysis of Colds. 50c. atyoutr Druggist. Buy 4 bottle to day. build more the opportunity of a life time to get out of the mud. Will we do ,ana more roads. it? proved D. B. Langfojd, Orlando. W. S. Cromer. Hansford.-I'- ts roads are the peoples greatest need in working for the the best proposition ever offered BOND our people to get improved roads uplift in education and religion. and we believe when the matter is Thtmas Owens, Johnetta - in Lee County, Virginia, bordering fully understood that the bond ison Harlan County, Kentucky, sue will receive all the needed Rovy Mullins,-- Dudley.-"- !, am where good roads were rectntly rotes to carry it. sending herein a petition with constructed, Mitchell Owens, Maretburg. advanced 75 lands names to swell the number who One farmer along one of the proper cent in value. The proposed signed for call of election for bond improved highways for Rockcastle posed routes, who owns a team issue. X hope it will carry and would do as much or more for us. and a 500. farm offered, in way that our people will be lifted out of J. H. Mullins, Burr.- -I have of subscription, to furnish his team the mud. met some people who said they and himself as driver for two J. W. Lee, Johnetta- .- I send didn't want their land value to in- weeks in construction work. list of names on petition for aitt crease, as 3. a day it would raise their Reckoning his team at ing one of Rockcastles greatest taxes. This is true but the added would amount to 42. and bond and most important movements of conveniences and advantages to tax at 20 cents on the $100; this a century. I have no fears but accrue from good roads would $42. would pay the tax for 42 you will have sufficient number to earn years, but bonds, will" have been place them in position and names to spare in calling for twenty times more than the tax paid off many many years before proposed election. I'was against raise would amount to, besides if that time expires. the bond issue before. Now with they wanted to move some time Robert Nixoj, Wildie.-B- y 1920 State aid I aru for it and hope they get better prices for our county valuation would be six would every citizen in our county, will be million dollars or more instead ot the land. like.ivise." three million. I am for bond IS' George R. Reams, Dudley R. C. Cox, the barber, says if he sue. should vote against the bond issue saving in one week's hauling over O P. Bostic. Renfroe. Some of he hopes some one will take his improved roads would be sufficient m neighbors have tried to advise tobacco away, give him a kick and to,pav the taxes on the biggest me against bond issue. I find form in Rockcastle. said neighbors have not even read throw him into the creek. C. T. Sigman, Hiatt.-- It wuold the road law and don't know what J. G. Fain, Pine Hill I signed the petition. WookLsign a hun- even be a big help to the man who they are talking about. 1 am not has no horse but is obliged to walk from Missouri but from Virginia dred if it would aid the.cayse. where I have already been ' J; Baker, Orlando.- -I don't like. over the roads. 'show n" the immense value of R. G. Dodd, Ottawa.-T- he U. S. to be cooped up the biggest part Agricultural Department reports improved roads. Let us vote for of the winter. . bond issue and ask our neighi . a. Tice. fine Hill.-Mn- d. that'in Spottsylvania County, Vir- the bors to do the same. T. R. Mullins, Withers.- -I am ginia, where .they made 41 miles for the boid issue for many rea- of improved road, land that had sons; the biggest and best reason been selling at $2o per acre is Colds and Croup In Children is pood roads. now brfnging $44. per acre. With Many people rely, upon Chamuley.-T- he Jesse OottoWf i.ssue an array, of many such instances berlain's Cough Remedy implicitof bonds will start things to mov in other counties in various states ly in cases of colds and croup, and ing right now. Work for every and knowing the immense value it never disappoints them. Mrs. R. H. Thomas, Logansport, Ind.. one that wants to work. Money -- improved roads bring to us how writes: "I have found Chamberfloating around and .everybody could I vote against a bond issue lain's Cough Remedy to be the stands a show of getting sonjeof to build them? My vote goes for best medicine for colds and croup it. them and hope my neighbors and I have ever used, and never tire neighTobe Grady. Cruse. The first the whole voting population will 'vo recommending it to my .always bors and friends. I have road built in the county "won't do the same. given it to my children when sufcome by my door but lam for' W H Livesay, near Hiatt. fering from croup, and it has never bond issue just thetsame. Make Land values In the neighborhood failed to give them prompt relief." a start in tile good work and you of Petersburg, Virginia, advanced For sle by ail dealers. can't head the people off from lron,!. per acre U$30, alter FOR FLETCHER'S keeping thetiJOJgsjip; The capi- - fth'e roadswere improved, tal broughtibecounty will, Floyd GeptryVQuail.-W- e have 1 II plaee us in shape to Program Livingston B.Y.P.U. Februard 7, 19 15. -Im- ISSUE Devotional Meeting With Jesus On The Mountain. 6.00 p.m. President in charge. Songs. Prayer. New members introduced. 6.10 p.m. Review on Bible Readers' course. 6.20 p.m. Secretary's report on blackboard. Leader of meeting in charge. Scripture Reading Luke 9128-3- 6 By Group. Song, Prayer. Introduction By Leader. What the transfiguration meant to Christ. By Tempest Ward What the transfiguration meant to the deciples. 1. A New Conception of heav-eBy Sam Hillard. 2. What Heaven Was Thinking About, byEdColtongim u The Song. What the transfiguration meant to us. 1. Prayer and Chrsstian Exj perience. by Ada Hensell! - The Nearness of the 2End Unseen, by W. E Gray, The Purpose of the Mountain Vision, by Cleo Pennington Prayer the Secret of Transfigured Lives, byElla Langle They Looked Unto Him and Were Radiant, by Earl Rice. We Must Ascend a Holy Mount, by Walter Rice. Song. 6:50 p.m. General Topic Discus- sion. Adjourn. Ch.idren Cry CASTORIA The Livhr Regulates The Body A Sluggish Liver Needs Care. Someone has said that the people with Chronic Liver Com plaint should be shut up away from humanity, for they are pessimists and see thrn a "elass dark ly." Why? Because mantal slates depend upon physical states' Biliousness, Headashs. Dizziness and Constipation disappear after using Dr. King's N Life Pills, 25c- - ai jo?" druggist. ' v-- V t it. ST j Ju wrrr- - 'r- - - MT.VERNON SIGNAL JHERRY SEEKS Fritay, Feb. 5 19 15 Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTION Advertising-rate- s Educator to Be Candidate at Democratic ONK YBAR $I.OC oi. Primaries, mace known application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Villa has accomplished his aim, when he proclaimed himself president of Mexico and took chargejof the nation's affairs. But after all, as bad as hi is, he is to worse than the rest, and for the welfare of Mexico it is probably bettei that Villa is now in charge. Those holdiug appointments under Auditor H. M. Bosworth, are certainly faithful to their charge as they travel ever tl e state electioneering for Henry regardless of business. Ki"iter .state. Owing to the many exacting oeoutiv-dutieWorked His Way Through School and has been unable to find After Years of Struggling With Un- time toDr. Cheriyteaching during the past do any sympathetic World Was Made twelve years. Fractlcally all his life ha. to an Head of Western Kentucky State been devoted great executive work. It in piide to him that soiuee of Normal School. business-succes- s in "the coun has made a ty in was born H. H. Cherry, the noted educator of ! wltlitfut which he blot on his and leaied a, single record, an. Bowling Green, has announced his the people all lov.-- and respect him. 1I candidacy for governor of Kentucky, Is peifectly willing for the people of hi to subject to the Democratic primary native countyhigh say whether he is qua! for the honor ho seeks. j Aujr. 7, 1915. Dr. Cherry in making his formal anHe was born in a log: cabin, nmniisr' nouncement said in put: "11 I .im elected the sand hills of northwestern W irr'n governor, 1 shall be free fiom all county, Kentucky, forty-flli- l .o.ij .i.'i anil not an appointee oi He worked on his falli.r's Utile tiaslave of any faction, organlzition or mafarm and attends school from si. to chine. I would rather pres-rvm Intig-rilv- , eight woeks each year ami ly die a paurer. and go down in defeat the time he v.as twenty-on- e vcais f.f :ir than make n single promise tint woula to read, write and cip'ier ;t HtiU" hu cii,pi'' public efficiency or deMioy m ho became nf asc 1.1s rather Rave l.Irrt .:' Iui.ilss while in olhce. ily motive foi R - urn- dov.n the privilege of outti-elite! ii,? thl.s r..cc is higher than the hod trees ai.d splitting them Inn as lnn int; of ofilce, the draw Inn of a salary or die timber and haulinp: it with a yuko being a dummy governor. If I am electof oxer, to Howling Gren. a distance of ed I shall, on entering office, be free as an cihr.o-- t impa"ilil- the mountain air;' free to fight for the nine mile5!. road. After seven months of lmrd labor riehts of the people and liee to take the he managed to TctiiniiHtf $72. Tlii- - . .? executive initiative In the work of transWith, acting public business I his tirst ieil business cpfrbne do in. the $1 he start d on fcot ihrouzh snow utTO-s- t to make the campaign, which 1 to his native ci!y to slr.Il earnestly pros -- cote, a pitriolic twelve inches le-enter school For nvr- - than live ye-iraviso, a vision of a greater Kentucky, nit I shall try to appe-i- l to the inteill-g- i he worked bis uiv throtiRli r,nol .in r i; niul higher motives during much of the li.n did if h,,i . of men rather 1 hip He rooki-i-l his liitals on a or.e-e- i than to tlulr prejudice and ignorance." s -a - the greatest educational lnstltu-- t irs of the south " Dr Cherry has been an active worker in a endeavors looking toward 'h dc- -' of a Gre ittr Kentucky" '1 ins has been his aim in the ty'st and v 1.1 be in the future. He was president of the Kentucky Educallor.il association, a member of the luetievi.il campaign commission of 1JW, a member of i of the Illiteracy commission, a th brv.rd of directors of the Southern association, chfirnnn of the statewide farmers' chautauqua crsrinU-tioand a member of many oilier progressive educational and indiisiri.il organized in the of a o .? ct 1 lren-.ben, GERMANS RENEW MIGRATION BILL ISSUE CLOSE CJ WARSAWJTTACK Plan to Attack British Trans- e Its Passage Depends Upon The Opportunity to Bank with a clean, strong, progressive bank appeals to the thoughtful business man. The m ports RUSSIANS In Channel. House Attendance. E3 FATE OF BILL DOUBTFUL -- CLAIMING GAINS ISSUE BEST Is the Opinion of President of the Southern Appalachian Good Roads Ass'n. Chapel Hill, N. C , Fob. 5 Mr. Gus Staverson, Mt. Vernon. Ky. Dear sir: I understand that there is a on in your county lor a bond issue for building good roads. I am especially interested in the promotion of road building thru-ou- t the Southern Appalachian recam-P"ig- n gion in connection with my affiliation with the Southern Appalach ian Good Roads Association, and wish to say a word of encourage meut to you iu connection with this bond issue. Some of the reasons why 1 believe a county should vote bonds for road building are: First. The issuance of bond by a county would mean but a small increase in taxes which, as the years go by, will be much more than counterbalanced by the increased net income which the farmers in the county will be able to make, due to improved roads. Second. It makes available sufficient funds to render possible he accomplishment of the construction of a definite number of miles of roads within a definite time, wnile to obtain the same number of miles within the Same time by a direct tax is practically prohibitory on aecount of the high rate of tax which it would re- quire. There is no valid reason why a county should not utilize its credit aud thus obtain the benefit of an asset which every successful man desires as a prerequisite his success aud advancement. There ought to be no fear of bonds, tor business is based on ere dit, and in many States, I should say, the volume of business is probably carried on upon less than twenty per cent, of cash investment. The policy of "pay as you go'' has been preachea and nsed to the detriment of many States, and it will be found that many, if not the majority of those who preach this doctrine, would and do operate on brorowed capital when they can manage it. The complaint that we must consider posterity is an argument which, should receive little or no consideration. Are we not posterity ourselves, and is it not a fair and equitable arrasgement that future generations should pay for a portion of the improvements on our public roads, as they will derive just as great benefit from them as we do? 1 trust that your county will be able to not only provide the means for constructing your link of tl e historic Boone Way, but that you will be able to provide the means for building a system of roads lor The question of the unemploy-- e your entire county, which will is not only a serious problem in meaa so much toward its future the cities but has extended to the advancement smaller towns Those who have I can be of any service to yon followed public works have not If saved up for the "rpiny day" and call upon me. now lelt without employment With best wishes. I am, Sincerely youis. are in close circumstances aud the JOSEPH HADE PRATT, situation with them has almost .President-Treasure- r. reached the serious point. j. la-1 I Uncertainty of Members Being Presn German Assaults All Along the u ent When Vote Is Taken Causes OpLines Ferocious and Tenacious, posing Factions to Mako No Claims Is Admitted by the Russians Also as to the Outcome. Admit Some Looses. m Paris, Feb. 3. The official com- of Washington, Feb. 3. The success the immigration bill vetoed by munique states: President Wilson, depends in large "From the sea to the Lys the ver-ma-u measure on the number of members M artillery made an unsuccessful at- in attendance when the bill is called tempt to silence ours. In the sector up in the house on Thursday. A careof Arras there was cannonading all ful canvass made by those who would Itll through the night of Feb. but no pass the bill over the president's veto M infantry attack was delivered. Near and those who would defeat the legisSolssons we damaged several of the lation, shows that the issue will be deKy. Mt. nn enemy's batteries, and at St Paul we cided by a very narrow margin. present is made up of The house repulsed an attack by a small body of 425 members. at Of this number 277 are Infantry." on record in favor of the restrictive Dispatches from Berlin quote the immigration legislation proposed. One Reichsan Jeiger as publishing the fol hundred and thirty-ninmembers are lowing statement from the German ad- on record in opposition. The votes of miralty: nine members are in doubt, these "England is about to ship to France members having failed to answer to a large number of troops and a great their names on the two roll calls that quantity of war material. We shall marked the passage of the bill In the act against these transports with ail house. Of the nine it is undei stood the military means at our disposal. that five will vote in the negative. Peaceful shipping is urgently warned This would give 282 votes in favor of against approaching the northwest passing the bill over the veto, just four lillo N E Y E A II coasts of France, owing to the serious less than the required danger, as they may be confused with Owing to the uncertainty as to the ships serving warlike purposes. Ships number of members who will be presI'M to North sea ports are recommendeu ent on Thursday, opposing factions are to take the route north of Scotland." unable to say what will be the outThe recent assaults of the Ger- come. With a full house in attendman army are characterized in ance and all members except the nine the Russian official statement as "fe- who have not voted standing by their rocious and distinguished by great records, the veto would be sustained, tenacity" on the entire Russian front as the nine doubtful ones have been ' In a new drive toward Warsaw. consulted and five will vote to uphold (NOT SUNDAY) The fighting reached its fiercest the president Therefore, according to along the whole line last Saturday and the leaders, the side will win which Is is now continuing in the same pitch. the more successful in inducing its The Russians admit that part of the partisans to return and vote. Present assault on the Russian line, particu- indications are that the bill will fail larly In the highly Important territory of repaBsage by a small vote. In the region of Sochaczew and Borjl-moAND on the road to Warsaw, has been MAY NOT PASS SHIP BILL successful, and that the Germans drove them back to the second line 01 trenches, but the Russians deprecate Senate Not Likely to Pass Measure at This Session. the value of any gains made by their enemy. Washington, Feb. 3. The adminisOn the other hand the Russians tration ship purchase bill is still in a WW "Regular Annual Bargain Period Limited to These claim gains on the lower Vistula, and tangle, with the chances against its say that they wore able to repulse at- being put on the statute books at this Two Months. tacks of tl.e fiercest nature at other session of congress. points. The administration leaders In the Military readers of the communica- senate in maneuvering for votes were M . . TT-cTT tion of the war office say that they be- seeking to appease the seven Demolieve that the Germans feel that they cratic insurgents by conceding an have marked time long enough and amendment which would limit the govthat if Warsaw is to be won they must ernment's participation in the shipping arive on with U their power, regard- plan to two yeais, thus making th government ownership scheme purely less of the cost, Subscription orders at this rate will be accepted ji temporary measure. While the senate leaders were proceeding along this VA INJURED BREAD RIOTERS only when sent through regular Courier-Jouma- i line, however. President Wilson was votes or Republican ProgresAgent in this district. Unemployed In Italian Cities Attempt after the demanded sives, who that the governRaid on Bakeshops. ment should go into the shipping busRome, Feb. 3. Bread riots have oc- iness on a permanent basis. curred at Sorso, 'Sardinia, where the if the ship purchase bill is recomMT.VERNON, KY. unemployed attempted a raid on the mitted to the senate committee on bakeries. Several of the rioters were commerce it probably will be with inDR. K. H. CHERRY, Si lnjuied. The agitation continues in structions to report it back to the senspite of tho free distribution of bread ate within two days. m President Western Kentucky State Normal School, Bowl- by the mm 'cipality. Efforts e e being made by the au- PLUCKING BOARD MAY GO ing Green, Ky. thorities ol Florence and other cities In making his opening announcement kerosene stove and in this way, boarded to lower the cost of bread. The mu- House Defeats Important Items In the himself lor less than ? per month This Dr. Cherry's theme is "A Greater Kennicipalities are""distributing flour with training and oNpeilencc prepared him for tucky." and some of the things Tor whicn Naval Bill. the result that the situation is improvhis sympathies lie d i ciares arc as follows- "Hfcer duties, broadei.ed Washington, Feb. 3. If the senate and created within him a desiiu to assist "The need of making a few vital laws ing. The agitation has subsided in incorporated .Voters RocK castle County, the struggling boys and girls to secure anj the stiict enforcement of laws On February 8, igl5, 1 will offer these cities since the police arrested concurs in an amendment an education and to become trained made is greater than the need for and expelled the agents who, beslJes in the naval bill by the house, the Petition Vs greater Kentucky. workeis for a for sale to the highest bidder the the making of many new laws" 'plucking board," an agency created by enile chartered and organized a private He Is opposed to any increase in the provoking the agitation, have been law for the elimination of officers in O: der to Call an election on Bond following describtd property: school in Howling "Jreer m lS'JS and tax rate, but favors a revision of bur gaged in the exportation xt contraband order to assure a steady line of pro- Issue. without buildii .s and without tax laws and a reorganization of our wheat. 1 pair work mules, 6 years old; motions in the naval service, will go rnoncj. Notwithstanding th- low rates linancial system, so that waste and exIt appearing that a petition 1 six year old mare, in foal by of tuition and board, which veie put travagance will be eliminated and econout of business on July 1. within the leach of tne poor boys and omy substituted, to the end that the state N Y. BIRTH RATE IS HEAVY Two important items that were ruled signed by more than one hundred Jack; also some boys and Cattle; 1 girls, and one of the woist Imam id pan- debt may be extinguished and the busiout by points of order were the pro- and iifty legal voters, in this country, the school ness of the state run within Its Income. who are-- j McCormic Binder; ics evir known 1 McCormic giew irom three small looms to a magHe opposes any extra appropriations Report Shows Increase in Births and posal to increase the rank and pay Oi holders of Rockcastle- county, mower; 1 Hoosier wheat drill; 1 am. from nificent educational piii't until the state is able to meet her obligawarrant officers, and an appropriation . Marriage Rate. ight students enrol cd duiing the firjt tions promptly. of $400,000 for the construction of ma- wis tiled 111 the office of the Clerk disc harrow (on trucks) 1 Avery six months of its existence to an annual He is opposed to "the secret control of 3. Health CommisNew York, Feb. Mare Island ana Norrine enrollment of mote than one thousand. government by machine manlpul itors cultivator: 1 report folk. barracks at dollar appropriation of the Rockcastle County Court, corn drill; 1 two-hor- e Without a dollar of endow mint the insti- wbo pool the people's vote and sell the sioner Goldwater made his first The million thereof, on with wagon, lot of plows tution met Its oblig'tioi.s punctually anil oflkes to the highest bidder," and also to to Mayor Mitchel on his work as the for air craft for the navy was reduced and became a noted educ.itioral and business tlie conliol of legislation by the lepresen-tative- s city's chief health official. In his to $500,000. An amendment proposing the 25th day of January 1915 ask- and harness: 1 set blacksmith success. This long of great corporate interests, and summary Dr. Goldwater enumerates to add 5.000 enlisted men to the navy trained him in modern business methods would favor the enactment of a 'corrupt ing that an election be held in said tools; 12 h.-- es of bees, also houseand gave him a larger knowledge ot the practices act," and to tho making of such 11 points in which he believes the was defeated. county, March 27, 1015, for the hold and kitchen furniture. health department has progressed needs of the slate-- . other laws as will secure fair elections. When the state normal schools wei-- i during his year at its head. He favors adequate regulation of railpurpose of submitting to the legal Delayed. North Pole Dispute Probe TERMS OF SALE: and 5. established Or. Cherry was unanimously roads and oilier public service corporaIn the list of improvements foi Washington, Feb. 3. Owing to tho voters said county the question of under cash in hand. All sums V stein Kentions to the extent that exoibltant rates elided preside nt or the which Dr. Goldwater considers credit short time that will elapse between tucky Stale Normal vhuol without hav- and unjust burdens may not be imposed should be given to his administration now and the adjournment of congress whether the Fiscal Court of said over $5. on six months time with ing made- application Tot the pesiiion. It on the people. n vast amount of constructive reuuii-- il He favors an " e mentions the fact that there was an the house committee on education has county, shall issue and sell the notes and approved security, bearcomlaw, in work to organize the new Institution ami pliance with the demands of the constiincrease of 5,513 births over 1913 ana decided to postpone action on the uonds of said county in an amount de.th'P It upon a g od business basis and tution. ing interest from date. 1,784 more marriages last year than Smith resolution, which provides for upt.il the e lucitioi.al meds of the slate. He declares that less politics and more $100,000. Said during the year preceding. The low- an Inquiry to determine whether Dr. not to exceed of tho business is what Kentucky needs. not only a JOHN KIDDLE. It ittiuitd pioblims. but Itecognizlng that "universal progress edtn Uioiml est Infant death rate in the history of Cook or Admiral Peary discovered the Bonds to be sold and the pro Pulaski Co. Walnut Grove, Ky. The .state normal school was begins and ends with" the soil," he would nbilii the city was recorded. north pole. The commission is anx- ceeis arising therefrom to be used years agi. but notwithstandopt net nini) strongly advocate all legislation for building this short period it inrollcd Usl year ing up our agricultural Interests, and for ious to embark on this scientific work, in building and constructing turnstu-- J bettering seventeen iiiii.ili d and nine diffcient conditions in lural Kentucky Flret From Gasoline. feeling confident of its ability to estabwho are now largely en- sii3h as better roads and the further deFort Wayne, Ind., Feb. 3. Three lish the truth to the satisfaction of the pikes in Rockcastle County and gaged in teachl"g the bovs and the girls velopment ami Improvement of our rural persons, Mrs. W. D. Bevelheimer and world. The committee on education througa territory hereinafter des in the rural si bonis cf Kcntuch. The schools, so that the boys and girls In the daughter, Mrs.' Ina Ansperger, and 3 made up of fifteen members. probe committee, appjintul by the list country may have equal advantages ignated by ihe said Fiscal court general i ssemb-- in s iki.ig ot the work with tliese in the city. her husband, were serlouslyburne 1 by of the iVesiern Noiiml. our which Dr. believes that some reorganization He an J State Road Department and a gasoline explosion at their home in Release Winchester Men. "We- linj of our penitentiaries and asylums 1" nein nirtChirr i South Harrison street The daughter Winchester, Ind., Feb. 3. Word has tlie Court being sufticien.ly advisnotniug al.'iut this ii.titution to cnticizii cessary and that the present convict laTo coT.mcnd; and bor system should he abolished. waB cleaning a skirt with gasoline near" leen received here that Harry James, hut a vny gre-ed, now Orders that said election we would suggest that If all of the Instl-- . He says the people have a right to dea kitchen stove. The loss on the house winery Jameson and Walter Howell, tutions of Kentticky. r. reiving state aid mand that every dollar paid for lie discharged be held at the tjtne and for pur was $1,000 by fire. Fire resulting from all of .this city, have been would, with the same rcgird foi economy maintenance of government render a doKILLS v llfMtKd. 9r3 gasoline explosion caused $2,000 from custody by the Fort Wayne po- pose stated in said petition and & and etllcieniv. ilisi 'cii'c tiieir respect!. e llars of service and that every perdamage to theicold storage plant of lice, who held them on suspicion in duties to tli" comn.onv e !th of Kentucky, son elected or appointed to a government Sheriff, of that Cam Mullins, li.il tint the taxin at all times position should render honest labor and Sherman White & Co. connection with the robbery of the payers of the state ari to be given due do a full dav's wcrk. County, be and he is Rockcastle Rurode dry goods store there. considerajion tl re would not be any He is a strong advocate of temperance hereby directed to cause a poll to of this kind to In- and would insist on a rigid enforcement casion 'for a Describe Finding of Bacilli. IT MUMIFIES THEM. vestigate state h .stilutinns to which ap- of all temperance laws, and If any bill Man Shoots Himself. Paris, Fob. S. Professors Sartory an election to be Hannloss to human beings or live planations hac "been made or may were passed to take a step backward on and Spillman of Nancy, .. speaking be 3. Ray- be opened and Cambridge City, Ind.. Feb. hereafter be m.iele Rockcastle. stock. Rid your place of these pest this subject he would veto it. He feels fore the Academy of Sciences, describ- mond Oswald, aged twenty, thought to held in the County of temperance would suffer without danger. Order Hon. Sherman tloodpaster, the state that the cause of March i9ts. today. smell or50c and 81.00 can,a6can ed the finding of Perflngen's bacillus, have been mentally unbalanced, com- On the 27th day of in his wtitten report submitted it any effort were made to substitute, at Prices lb. t by shooting himself at April, made the fol- this time, statewide prohibition for local to the governor which ruptures and destroys the tis- mitted suicide And he will cause the polls be Pail for $5.00 postage paid. Kat Cora lowing statement "President Cherry Is option with the county as the unit. is guaranteed to do all we say. sues in each of twenty-fou- r cases of the home of hi3 uncle, Fred Scroth, in possessed of a remarkable executive abilIf you endorse this character of man gangrene they attended in the mili- Dublin. The body was taken to EC opeued in each aud all of the vot- W. Bush Nelson, Lexington Ky. ity, the results of which aie evident In and the principles .he advocates, Mr. fingham, 111. and , ing precincss in said county; tary hospital there, s eiv depaitment of the institution; and Cherry would appreciate yqur support, l him must be given the credit of build-in- ? and if you feel like writing him he would A child that has intestinal he is directed to advertise said up. In a comparatively short tlmi, be glad to hear from you. Run-sla- e Peoples seeks your I business on its record. I! m 9 s 1-- 2, Peoples Bank Vernon, e or m BsBSMgMgy s m s-- e s i$Il 1 rt two-third- $1.75 six months!? ; iCourier- - Journal: Daily by Mail During January w, February Only n-r I PRICE JULIAN MILLER, Courier Journal Co., Louisville, Ky. PUBLIC SALE. Speciai Election. - dy eom-mt.nci.- -il - twenty-e- lre J theudge two-hors- e eei-ntiv- e - "anti-pass- i-- i I I dent-te-acl- if r. RAT CORN ri"-r!ii- '. d - - t I t- - we-t- h t- - jr 'V. eie-- 1 Gas in the stomach or bowels is a disagreeable symptom of a torpid liver To get rid of it quickly take HERBINE. It is a marvelous liver stimulant and bowel purifier. Price 50c Sold by John Rcbins, Brodhead. Ky. is handicapped . in its growth. A few doses of White's "I have sold.Cbambarlain's Tab-bt- s Cream Nermifuge destroys and for several years. People child immedi-atrU- v worms: who have use them will take noth- expelsimproves the thrives wonderand ing else. I can recoru mend th"ra fully. Price 25c per bottle Sold to my customers as .the best laxKy. by Jonn Robins, ative and cure for constipation that I know of." writes Flank Strouse, Fruitiand, Io wa. For BETHURU.M & LEWIS sale by all dealers. Attorneys at Law worms Br-dhead, The Best Laxative I Know Of CA?TORIA Children Cry1 FLETCHER'S FOR Children Gv& FOR FLETCHERS Offices in Bethurum Bldg. Willpractice in all the Courts. election aud the object thereof at least 30 days next before the day thereof in some uewspaper having the largest circulation in the county also by printed handbills posted up at not less than four public public places in each voting precinct in the County and at the Court house door. All legal voters of said County shall be privileged to vote at said election. Copy Attest: S. F. BOWMAN, Clerk. Field Seed I have a iull line of K grade fiVld seeds 7hicfttf am offering at very' tractive prices. if in . ested ask for samples a prices. . W. Bush Nelson LEXINGTON. KY. ML VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon, Ky Feb 5 19 15 Better clothes for less money at Pijj-g Afc the Boone Wa in the the play Kenilwortb, one of Pen house ....-.-- . '- - ORLANDO. !!' I "" P- --? - T IDA SNIFFEN ROGERS. r with a quill pen, was observed to 8he Will Be Tried ?n New York" to San Francico from New York uo enmofv,; Fop Ca i3uiuci.iiiiig ,;i, a jjcpjjci u Killing Her Children. up 'No. 79" wnen lino uia xy waa toCommunU WQ over tne telephone, cr$20 70 tor a to sprinkle something over the cate wltli SIQNAL three minute conversation. Now sheet. The older people in the who says talk is cheap? audience understood that sand The Men's Bible class of the was being scattered thereon to dry Christian Church is to build and up the ink. Blotting pads weie equip a room, as the meeting place unknown ir early days. for all sessions of the class, which Scrvjccs ChrjsUan q, LOUtSVILLC &NASHVILLC R R.Co. will be qune an asset to the Sunday School. The services at the Christian TIME TABLE. Arnold, of Wa..Church for Sunday, February 7th 22 aortn. Pm Squire are as follows: 3:56 am nut Grove section has bought a 24 nortn Sunday School lo o'clock 33 south 11:39 am, lot in the Spark: & Davis addi- Subject, "Ruth Chooses the 12:13 a m tion, will build and move to town 2i South True God." x '4 lltiPllr Tar. Landrhm. Aeent.ito talre advantage of our pleudid Preaching 11 o'clock schools. Phone No. 8. Subject, "My Master's Joy s The taxable property of Rockand Mine." Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice castle for I915 is 1.764948. The Endeavor 6:30 in the evening. mail matter. as stcond-cias- s Railroads and Corporations is Subject, "Christian Endeavor $i. 309057. Take these figures tnat Counts." P E It S 0 A L and see whether or not it is a Preaching 7:30 Subject, "The Two Greatest Johnny (Jloniz is improving business pr position for the people of Rockcastle to take ad- Failures of Life." slowly. J "WiFr vantage of the i,au is.sue. ... f :w ' a 1'jra.a-w; v Master Benjamin Mullins has si. ' oi '. The Steady Subscriber been verv sick. one of the Mr.J3. H. Martin, sV "j.YIiS. ',,."- .i?jtt 4 vUC- - 'S safe, conservative men "of the Mrs V. H. Cox has been feel county sajs the bd)d isue is the How dear to our hearts is the in& much worse for a few daTS steady subscriber, Who payi in advance at the A GENERAL SURVEY H. C. Pennington ol the Laurel only way to get roids under the OF birlh of each year; Grocery Co. was bote yesterday. present law, and he says that his advice to all, rich s;nd pool', young Who lays down the money and Mr. and Mrs. Rome Adams will does it quite gladly, THE WAR and olj, is to get ehind the issue retur.i to Mt. Vernon in the ear'.y and help And casts round the office a halo makf it a go, because it of cheer. spring. will be a help to all and be an in An uncensored dispatch from BuJft Mrs. H. E. Christie of Brodhead, jury to no man. He never savs: "Stop it; I can not Pest says that a new Russian army afford it; was here Wednesday having dental has invaded Hungary. The new army I'm getting more journals than entered Hungary through the Dukm work done. One of the saddest deaths ol the pass after turning the left wing of the now I can read." Louis Miller has returned from new year was that of Emanuel Butalwav? says: "Send it; all Austro-Germaforces massed to the northward of the eastern Carpathians. Oklahoma and says that is the Bullen, second son of J. Chalton readers like it The dispatch states unreservedly that In fact, we all think it help and tiie Russians are advancing garden spot. Bnllen. near Wildie last Tuesday unmolesta need." ed in Hungary, Bane Carson, of Tellico Plains, Just three weeks ago he was mar The Italian war office has ordered Tenn , has been with his siter. ried to Miss Arlie Dotson near How welcome his check whn it the reservists called out to Join the Wildie, and at that time was sufreaches our sanctum; Miss Eila. here for a few days. colors on Feb. 20". How it makes our pulse throb; fering fn m a deep cold which de According to information obtained Mrs. Robert Harrv Wilier, nee how it makes our hearts "dance. from diplomatic sources here, Greece veloped fever and took his life Miss Margaret Lovell is here We outwardly thank him; we in has decided to aid Serbia if another to rest in from Miami, Oklahoma, on a visit His remains were laid Austrian Invasion of Serbia is atwardly bless him The steady subscriber who pays tempted. to her parents, Dr. and Mrs. the Scaffold Cane burying ground A new gigantic Russian army has Wedi.es lay. in aayaqce. Lovell. appeared Jn Eaa,t Prussia and Is attempting a turning mpveinent designed Edgar Mullins, who has been Old Cull went to Conway Mon Henry A. Wood, son of Mr. to compel the retirement of the Gervery sick with typhoid for the day. He said when he reached and Mrs. J. J. Wood, passed mans from the entire province. It has past three weeks, is doing as well Round Stone he a chicken quietly away Saturday Jan. 30th reached Pogegpn, three miles north of siw Tilsit, an Important city in northern as could be expected, yet he has peddler whipping the ground with at his home at Conway. The de tast Prussia. very sick. been his black snake whip Cull ask ceased was twenty three years of Until the advance of this army was reported by the general staff, its exMr. andjMrs M. O Williams ed. 'what are ou whipping the age, had been in employee of the istence was unsuspected. All that had who have been with Mrs. Mary ground fori The peddler replied L. & N. R. 11. Co., for almost 8 been known of the Russians in this Williams for several week returned 'watch clo-ieand Cull said he did years He had lived an honest northerly region was the slow progress home Wednesday. Mrs. Williams and in a short time he awa wagon life which should be an gf an invading force fighting its way example t yoatward-Q- n 4ja lji-of PllkaHen, stp.vs about the same. and team come out of the mud." all who knew "him, was "every (Jumblnnen and Malwischken, a line miles within German terriJ. J, Painter, vho has been ready to help those in distress, twenty-fiv- e tory. The recent activity of this army Ground hog day falls on Febru was a cheerful giver to the sup holding down the Lebanon Junchad indicated a new move on the part tion office for years, will move ary 2nd. This is the coods. The port of churches, was an efficient Qt the commander in chief, but the back to the farm near Brodhead Standard dictionary, lately issued Sunday School teacher, and seem- pharacter of the move .had bene and will take the job at No. 2 tun- and Johu Watson Brown dclzre ed to never tire in his Masters The recent destructive raids by Gersuch to be the fact, and those people service, bad many times expresed man submarines Jn nel just south of town. the Irish sea who have lost sleep over the matter a desire to be a bold and extensive operations minister. For as to what day of the month the past two years he had been a In the North sea, the channel and off the north coast of Ireland has conLOCAL ground hog day actuilly is, can sufieier of tuherculosis, had en vinced the British that no waters, no now rest in peace and proceed in dured various operations and tried port even, is quite safe from GerNew Spring goods now arriving the discharge of their daily avoca- different climates, but nothing many's submersible destroyers. Lloyds insurance on coastwise" trams jumped tions under the assurance that this proved succeaslul at Sutton & McBee s. He fully real, at a bound from 5 to IS per gent It is Poll tax cannot be used to pay vext question is forever settled be- ized his condition, was ready and reported that a German submarine was yond all possible doubt and every- willing to go at any time observed in the Irish sea, eighteen off road bonds. miles from Liverpool, Monday. one can now enter upon the bond Deceased was the oldest mem-ba- r The news that the Russians in East Warners Low bust Corsets, issue proposition with courage and of the family, leaving to mourn Prussia are advancing on Insterberg Sutton & McBee. hopefulness of a successful outlatest styles. his loss, his mother, who before from the north and west and are threatening Tilsit with its storehouses come. Men's aud Boys good clothing her marriage was Miss Ida ones of grain, ac well as driving the Gerat low prices The turnpikes will be free for daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jis. M. mans across the Inster, reveals the Sutton & McBee. everyone to travel ovei. notwith- Tones, of Mt. Vernon, two broth extent of Russian activity in the most Circling northerly area of fighting'. No Livingston letter this week standing some foolish enemy to ers and one sister, who are all at the left flank of the Bill got married, that accounts for piogress started nonsencial report home. The remains were laid to forces, and guarding the northern t'ie '"eastern Carpathians, a that toll would be charged for even rest Sunday afternoon at the fam- fringe ofco'upm it. has marched swiftly Russian footmen to pass over and along ily burying giound near Wildie. through the Dukla pass and is reported foolish Some men are born to have reached the Hungarian plains. There are others who will argue the proposee improved roads. Let everyone tell the truth at all times DISPUTANTA with a woman. AT LOS ANGELES STORM and we have no fear as to the outlaw come. Mr. Raymond Jett son-iStanley Payne is working as Hoavy Damage Results to Property on of W, L. Richards, is figuriug on Post yourself by reading the third trick telegraph operator at Pacific Coast. starting a bank at Annville, Ky. new road law before trying to Berea this week. We are having Los Angeles, Cal. (Special): Rai. r New Embroidery, Laces and teach others. some awful bad. weather which traffic is poralyze'd and much damage done property by a storm One of the big fighters against makes our good dirt roads awful has been boenraging for twenty-fou- r white goods, at that has good roads acknowledged, Sutton & McBee's. a few dusty -- James Thomas is building hours. The heavy rain in Cajpn pass, days since, that he had never read a new house on the Cruise ridge, near Los Angefes, put the- Santa Fe's Can any man be considered a double track system through the mounthe new road law, yet this same Mr. Geo. T. Payne , bought a tains out of commission and its sew good citizen who wilfully misrep mau sets himself up as a teacher nice bunch of hogs from Mj.Jas. line has been buried under a landslide. resents the road bond, issue or any to inform others as to how they Theaver last week. There 'will be As far as known no lives have been other issue? lost. Los Angeles and Pasadena have should vote on the question. a lot of hogs for sale in- this part been literally deluged with rain. Wanted: The man. who has of the county after while- .- Oscar At Long'Beach'the high tide swept Wednesday evening was the an Chasteen is planing the amusement district .and flooded my Level and Jack Plane to bring on moving many stores and residences. Pomona, them home. No questions asked. nual election of officers and direc- - to Illinois in about two weeks " Asusa, Jjetjbndo Beach" and various tors of the Mt. Vernon Power Co. 2 J. B. MCKENZIE: Richard King gave a social to "other piace8afe reported damaged. The-olboard and officers were refolks last Friday night How ally busiuess man can al tained as follows: U. G. Baker, -- Mr. Chester Thomas of-ways reconcile the" narrowness madq.ar,fiy-- , President, Jonas McKenzie, Vice ing "trip to Orlando last his make-u-p to always be ready week. ' Pres., James Maret, becretary, Mr. that is to fight been Por Infants and Children, and F. L. Thompson, Treasurer. sick for so lon "slowly improvpresented, is a problem. Just Directors, U. G. Baker, C. C. Wil- ing, Mr. Joe' iSatiiff The Kind Y&a Have Always Bought watch it, and see if that fellow is visited his liams, C. D. Suttou, Judge .m brother, Wilburn Gatliff , Sunday. Dabm 41 a hard times, not always ivQ43 UIC7 nd E. S. Albright, the Everybody is boosting the Good Signature of C &&JT' and as a usual thing times are hard last named director was again Roads proposition. i- Mr. Ebb for him but it is because he makes made general manager. The Mt. Gadd, of' Hamilton, Ohio, is visitis the man. them so. It Vernon Power Co. which began ing friends and A scald, bu'rn, or severe cut relatives of Clear record, business last June has made a phe- - Creek this week, heals slowly, if neglected. The It is a matter of public Mr. Gadd holds family that 'keePs abottle of Balfor any one to see who wants to nommal success, even surpassing a position as street car in the anticipations 01 the most opti for the Ohio Electiic conductor lard's SNOy Linimknt on hsud go to the records aud look, that Railway Co. is always prepared tor such accthe last twenty years Rockcastle mistic supporters of the enterprise -- Ray Swinford is visiting friends idents. Prk& 25c, 5oc and $1. per county has spent $120,000.00 on The stockholders, numbering and relatives at Berea this week. bottle. Sold by Jdhn Robins, ' the public roads for the county. some twenty odd, were so well Miss Gracie Dees, little daughter Brodhead; Ky. Vote the bond issue, build the plaesed with the progress thus far of C. C. Dees fell on the ice and NOTICE: pikes aud in twenty years it that when the proposition to in- broke ber arm but is slowly im1 have moved myoffice from will only take a little over one- - stall a storage battery was pre- proving. Corn is selling for .60 ox Bros.' store and am now lohalf that' amount to pay allindebt- - sented j the vote was unanimous ueuis per ousuel, but don't thinf same edness. If there be .doubting and by April 1st it is intended that 11 win stay at this price lougf.! cated Over Mit store. building as drug 1 homases go to tho records and Mt. Vernon shall have continuous iio. m. a. uook-- i - Illinois. Jtf Very respectf ulJv, service, day and night. Investigate. Yisiting here this week. 1 Tn Lee 79 4 Tou J UtitL-'-l, ov&ttffi fci.T - .W:".-M- m 1 When 1 r'J's? r. p- ,. i' f Buying Baking V M -;-ti rr-- " I Powder J For this is the baking powder X ) J 1 m .'.- .'-- 3 4T S thatmakes"tlie baking better." 1 (food erenly I throughout; puffs it up to airy light- - It leavens the p I ness, makes it dc- flightfully appetizing J highest fAsk Remember Calunjet i is moderate in price, in quality. f f B ?. your grocer for n ? f substitute. Received World' Don't take a Highest Awards fCbicato, JShcing povvSl I March. 1912. Pare Food Exposition, IUinoij, Pirii Expoiitioa. S W iiP iii " 1 m complication of diseases. Mrs. Rebecca Owens is very sick at this writing Uncle Joel Anglin is very sick. Uncle Jack Scot I was here one dav last week. and reports his condition greatly lj improved. He is talking of going, j to Oklahoma to his daughter, Mrs l Jake Clark. Mrs. J. M. Laswell will go to Burea today to spe d j few days with home folks. Wild of Jackson county, who is a student of Berea college, visited Mrs. Jack Las well Sundaj Mose Mullins left for parts unknown Sunday. We regret to write that some of our rude boys in throwing ccal from a train struck Aunt Peg Mallicoat on tht arm and leg, inllicting great pain t but not breaking any bones. -- G. 1 T. Johnson an-- Bill Mason of this place were at Wiidie Sunday to attend the funeral services ol Henry Wood. Miss Cass'e Hundley of this place who is it the Louisvilio school for the blint is getting along fine and it is be lieved she williegain her sight. I Little Bill and Hazel .Johnsm students of Berea and Alt Ycr non, spent the- week end witl their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G!.T Johnson. The bond issue is thi topic of the day here, but tin boys say one of the roads mubl go to the Jackson county Hue or it is no go. The prayer meeting oi this place seoms to be doing much good. Bro Wesley Abuey de- a livered a good sermon hero Tues day night. j . Mrs. Lucy Rndur is up again. f! She has been very side with a t?H -- r Jr r - CjTK It XV l tlM-hv- v I ( ,H I iw mi 1K.M 73BHL Mis-Lizz- ie JrfD I Im In 1 E'll 1 I I 1 I H II it III nf i J Pi I A! s'iv'ii II 5 I il 11 1 feW c; 1 - CfJTBC FOR READY SPRING! Yes, we're getting ready now for our spring line-u- p g"' U(T i. HADEBYTHt. OllSf -- of GOODS "ft SLUME ? i ,MH SSatem tum ,' e ,cP-- Li tTRAKIWGPOV CHICAGO Ton Acu't The report that is being circu lated that the town of Livingston would have to bnild a bridge across Rockcastle river and that Brod head would have to build the bridge across Dix river, is all bosh, there is no truth in such re ports, and it looks like those who want to believe such rot are onl looking for some excuse to kick-ou- t of harness on the only propo sition ever offered to give the county a system of roads. The county bmlds the bridges and not the towns. Go to the statute and read the law. 1 SPRING and now is the time to annex some of the winter goods that still remain! There's-stil- l con-peale- d, baluar powder. Don't he cislcd. Bay Calamet. It'll more ecoaoceicu more wnciMoms inej bcil rctsltt. j uuaoct u lar inpenor to roar milk and i oda. tare money whra tod imr tlnn nr t.r..n - CA3TOR! A Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR a good selection but they .wont stay with us long at these cut prices!- - $3.50 Shoes 52.39 50c U nderwear35c DFAflf All TVl IV PDTPQ JbJJWA X k'5. JW-f-l.- lt APE TROUBLE SAVEBS 50c Caps for 35c Ladies' Suits, Coats HALF PRiCE Everything Must Go Austro-Germa- n ! ORDEP Wffe WSm J&k?i TOMT s "Vc stand by whatyou buy''a Hon:c of Good Clothes n - The milkman leaves the milk every day. The newsboy leaves the paper every day. In summer the iceman leaves the ice on 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? will be a convenience and an economy for you and for us. Ask us about it. Leave the bother to us. - ANNOUNCEMENTS. - It z-- Mr. I 5-- 3t the-youn- g Frank-Miliej.'Iwho-h- as every-improveme- CATORIA J.P.E.DUMMOND LIVINGSTON, KY. PHONE 25 We Are Authorized to Announce JUDGE B. J. BETUURUM. As a candidate for as Judge of the 28th Judicial District, subject to the action of the Republican. party, August primary 1915. We Are Authorized to Announce : B. C. LEWIS As a candidate for State Senator for flic 17th Senatorial District, subject to the Republican party, August primary 1915. ' ' Dr. W. C. BLACK As a candidate for State Sedator for tho 17th Senatorial District, subject, to the Republican party, August pr,iruary 1915 " Be-thuru- m ho-wlin- g &x MARDI GRAS FEBRUARY 11-1- 6, 1915 New Orleans, La. Mobile, Ala. LOW ROUND Good Returning rid of this misery quickly bv- - us ing HERBLNF. Take a dose on going to bed and see how tine you feel poxt dav. Price 5oe. Sold by John Robins, Brodhead. Ky. uie worse you ieei. ular you are uncomfortable and the longer this condition exists When the bowels become" irreg- You can get TRIP FARES Before Midnight February 24. 1915. TICKETS ON SALE FEBRUARY 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15. to Reach Original Starting Point Prlrtlega of Extension of Final Limit to Reach Original Starting Point Before Midnight March 15, 1915. by Deposit of Ticket and Payment of Fee of $1.00. P H Conover Dentist MT. VERNON, KY, & -- Mill-r'ssto- re, For Full Information Apply to Nearest Ticket Agent. FrontRooms over Baker's Store ... --- v- :tu r? - 41 t i H. C. KING, Pass'r and Ticket Agent 101 East Main St., Lexington, Ky. 1 CliilcLreii C. Foa-FLETDaGf- ,:'" J& - 8-5- Chestnut. " OA8TOH; ' ?2f 4 . -- w - teS; V Jffwy. W"' ".',,Tr?""' ". np. . .- n. -- . rn i iri? wth.pi !' rfii ' i Tirt..'IM c l M III J.. je atatittSAaato MaMdUfaliii w&oieggaefc OW tNS GRANVILLE .- & .r3c.4fe R.x;-po$3- 3? .? GERMAN DYNAMITES U.S.-CANADIAN HOPEWELL BRIEF DISPATCHES UNDERTAKER B rod head Ky rT BRIDGE His l SI (V Boasts of Deed As An TWTt Ml aril I W Act ot War. COMPLETE Coffins, Caskets ' NE 1 1 hes Mail, Telegraph or Tele- phone orders Promptly f Fill-- d S -. ",; r ' !&?cc&3ce&:-$imp s yrVnr&De&r'.y-n r- - ce inrn ini iimin - - - ..J - , I fed I.. iesh F RS F i f tr Mri k e Our lino of. fjouch Hand-mad- the somewhat tangled relations between Great Britain anad the United ri in-tStates. From a strictly military standpoint there was nothing to be gained. Neither troopa nor supplies are being tit carried over this road through Maine. But the international possibilities are many. The bridge is jointly owned by an American and Canadian company, Caskets the Maine Central and Canadian Pacific. It ha3 one end In the states and -tv I $:tri Montreal, Feb. 3. The German se--" service officer, Werner who blew up the Canadian Pacific railroad bridge at Vanceboro and brags of it, has projected another unpleasant international problem into cret Van-Hom- e, Price was the guest of Mr James Arnold Friday night. Mrs The live stock quarantine at James Nicelev spent Thursday Ind., has been modified. sister, Mrs Rear Admiral the Hon. Victor A. and Friday with-heMontague of the English navy, la dead. ' George Barnes. Mrs. James A tornado at Tyler, Tex., demolished Arnold and Miss Bertha Carmical many buildings. The loss is estimated are numbered with the sick. Mrs at $15,000. The formal opening ceremonies at Shutts has recovered from a spell the Panama Canal will probably be of pneumonia fever. Mrs. Robt. postponed from March to July. Harmon spent Wednesday with Wm, La-port- e, Children Cry for Fletcher's r ra f Jul1 HI apj. 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Box 2776 o Fne Great Soap Maker The Best Home Soap Maker FricclQc New York City Mill ;i Highest in Strength but not In THE BEST GROCERS HANDLE DABDITT'S LYE lIIlIIIlIUIIIIIIliI!:Mrv::n!:lIIIIlIllIIIIIIIUJmuIIUIIIlIf!lIIUIlIIIlMlII:I!l:!!lIll-II:an:IMH:'MllUII!l;IifMH- W RBSESSSSATtO S saC53Sr tr tr &.m GIVERS QUSQH RELIEF : Pfl Pain leaves almost as if. by magic when ou begin using the famousold remedy for Rheumatism, Lumbago, Gout, one in Canada. Vanllorne, while careful to dynamite the Canadian end, was careful also to cross into American territory after the crime. He invited instead of avoiding arrest, and when taken by the United States authorities not only admitted his guilt, but supplied evidence of it in Senator S. B. Fleming, representing the shape of blueprints and dynamite Allen and Adams counties in the Indicaps. ana legislature, has resigned. He The situation thus created is pecu- gave no reason. liar. He claims his offense is a legiti Leater H. Kennedy, president of the mate act of war and punishable only Mound' Cnty Butterlne company, St. by tho enemy as a political crime. If Louis, has been indicted for coloring his contention Is correct he cannot be oleomargarine. extradited, nor can he be punished in Senator Kern states that owing to the states for an offense committed in the filibuster in the senate he probably Canada. will not be able to go to Indianapolis when 'Secretary of State Bryan adWashington, Feb. 3. State depart- dresses the legislature. ment officials state they have received Preparations are under way for the no report of the dynamiting of the entertainment of the annual conven Central railCanadian Pacific-Main- e tion of the Indiana Laundry Owners' road bridge at St Croix, Canada. expected the state depart- association, which will be held in It is not 8 ment will bo at all brought into the South Bend March and 9. The Pennsylvannia state live stock case until there Is a movement for the sanitary board prohibltedrentrancr inextradition of Vanllorne. It is reported that Vanllorne claims to Pennsylvania 'of cattle, 'sheep "or to be a German officer. If he can other ruminants from "'sections of prove that he is an officer of the Ger- Illinois now under federal quarantine. Dr. L. E. Northrup, state quarantine man army, regularly attached, it is twentyieight .bought he may be able to claim im- representative, "killed munity from extradition on the ground hogs on the farm' of 'Joseph Mulllkin, that he did not commit a crime, but an south of Terre Haute. The hogs "were ici or war in the event that he prove3 suffering from the foot and mouth dishe is a German officer and claims ease. to have committed an act of war in atAn examination of all pupils in the tempting to destroy the bridge, it is public schools of New Albany, Ind., presumed the United States authori- is being made as a result of the disties would be compelled to interne him covery of thirty cases of trachoma, a on the ground that he had taken refuge disease affecting the eyes, among the In neutral territory in order to escape pupils. from the enemy. Austria officially denies its new foreign minister, Baron von Burian, is OHIO REACHES HIGH STAGE preparing plans for peace, but asserts Germany and Austria are still deterPittsburg Is Threatened by Overflow mined to win the European war toFrom Three Rivera. gether. St Louis, Feb. 3. Pittsburg's three Suit hua been filed against the New streams, the Allegheny, Monongahela Albany, Ind., Water Company for and ine Ohio, the two former fed by $13,500 damages by Attorney General the deluge from the stream heads and Milburn for failure to Install a filtrathe latter by the first two streams, are tion plant upon order of the state on a rampage with their waters reach- board of health. feet. ing a stage of nearly twenty-nin- e Armour strikers at Roosevejt. N. J., The flood stage for the Pittsburg terri- at one of the plants of the three Infeet. The tory is twenty-twvolved In the shooting affray with the sections of the north side are deputy sheriffs, have won their fight under from two to four feet of water. for a wage increase. They will now While much property damage is re- receive $2 a day. ported, there has been no loss of life. The cement mills and quarries near Eastern Ohio rivers are also on a rampage, especially the Muskingum, Bedford, owned and operated by the "Company, which is over the banks In many local-flie- Lehigh Portland Cement have started to work again. They No loss of life is yet reported. have-beeclosed since Christmas. The' mills employ from '500 to' 750 men. New Academy of Medicine List. More than $15,000 worth of diamonds Paris, Feb. 3. The committee of the Academy of Medicine has drawn were stolen from a New York pawnup a list of candidates for foreign as- shop by three men, whb drove up to sociate. The Prince of Monaco is the store in an automobile, held up the a placed first on the list, followed in al- clerks, threw the Jewels In three and escaped in the waitfng car. phabetical order by the names of Dr. Simon Flexner of Now York, director The contract for construction .of the of the Rockefeller institute for medi- new federal building at Gary, Ind., has cal research; Dr. Kitasato of Tokio, been awarded byfhe secretary of the Dr. Perroncito of Turin, and Sir treasury to the Charles McCall comWright of London, author of the pany of Philadelphia at its bid of system of inoculation. vjjJ,030. There were fifteen bidders. At a mass meeting in South Bend, Ind., at the call of the mayor, steps were taken to provide a fund which JAMES D. PHELAN. can be drown upon in order to provide for poor families. It Is estimated that Senator Eleot It California at least 3,500' men are without employInvestigating Sullivan Charges. ment In the city. Werner VanHorne, a German secret o low-lyin- g s. n MrB. Florence Gates, widow of the Mr. and Mrs. James Barnes. late Charle3 G. Gates, was married to tRev. Barnes is in a serious conHarold Lee Judd at Minneapolis. The Indiana .state food and druir dition and has beeu for some time commissioner warns bakers that they Mr. James Niceley of Hazi'l must obey the law in labelling goods. Patch spent Sunday with home President Wilson vetoes the Immigration bill because he disapproves of folks at this place. The death of Mr. the literary test required in the angel visited the home measure. John W. KirbyJanuary 26th and During the last fortnight five Ger- claimed for its victim Mr. Tom man steamers, have disappeared in the North, aged 74. He had been sick Baltic sea with all their crews. They for some lime and his death were lost by striking mines. The Australian government an- was no surprise to the family. nounce a plan for the organization of His remains were laid to rest half a million men to he used in the Wednesday afternoon in the Mc European war with Germany. Clure burying ground to await the Harry K. Thaw has been permanently lodged in the Tombs jail. New York, resureation mOrn. A great reuntil Feb. 23, when ha will be tried on vival meeting closed at Mt. Pleasthe charge of conspiracy. The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over SO years, lias borne the signature of and nas been made under his per-l-y sonal supervision since Its Infancy. Zcc4tZ Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants aud ChildrenExperience against Experiment. Just-as-jjood Castoria a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing1 Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its aj?e is its guarantee. It destroys TYorms and allays Fcverishness. For more than thirty years it constant use las been in "Wind Colic, for tho relief of Constipation. Flatulency, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving- healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. - What is CASTORIA is ant tJaptiat church, near Level Green. Rev. 'Carmlcal did the preaching and many were added to th2 church. - Old men were led to jurist that were heads of families. The church is greatly revived and prepared to do a greater work thau ever before. The church will organize a Sundav school the 2nd Sunday in Febru ary. The ordinance of baptism will be attended to on the second. Saturday in "February. The church is on a roUgious boom. The Lords supper will also be spread for the church. $100 REWARD, $100 GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS C&&&Y JcUc&M. The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years New THE CENTAUR COMANV. VORK CITV. WHEN YOU WANT The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh'Cure is the onlv positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being constitutional .treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal'v. actiiig directly upon the blood aud raucous surface's of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting na ture in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its .u rati ve powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fiaih to cure. Seud for list i Genera, Merchandise constitutional'disease, requires Farm Implements to JONAS McKENZlE THB Chas. C. Davis go OLD RELIABLE ML Vernon, Ky. ii testimouisls. Address: F. T. gists, 75c. lake Hall's Family Pills for con stipation. Toledo, Ohio. ' Sold by all Daug Cheney & Co., SHERIFFS SALE. By virtue of execution No. 791 directed to me", which issued from the Clerk's office of the Rockcastle Alm-rot- h anti-typhoi- d Circuit Court,'ih favor of Robert Owens against! Knobs Essential Oil Co., I, or one of my deputies, will on the 22nd day of February, 1915, between the hours of 9 o'clock am., and 3 o'clock p m . at Brodhead, Ky., Rockcastl county, Kentucky, expose at public, sale to the 'highest bidder the following property (or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of Plaintiff's debt, interest and cost), to wit : (S601. 10) A lot of machinery con sisting of boUer. vats, stump pul lers and" all of said machinery service agent, dynamited the railway pertaining to the manufacturing bridge across 'the SL Croix river," on of sassafras oil. Levied upon as the Canadian side, and then escaped the property .of Knobs Essential to the American side. International suit-:aBe- Drugs We are determined to give our patrons better servics this Our year than any before. I motto is "improve on everything every minute' Anybody will show you where we are, Yours respectfully, CHAS. Qhone No. 39 - ' .. e M "JPiSSIWv-Jlkswvl-- T :--? .aj " t 1. - - m I l g5agci2 &i30 ' mmm&mi.vteJ LOUISVILLE, Bu '--MSf 2j f C Sciatica, Neuralgia and kindred troubles. It goes right to the spot, stops the aches and pains and makes I com plications may result. Oil Co. Ev-ansvil- le The Sunday schobl workers of estimate1 that city' "will send 1,000 "Bibles-tn- . the.'battle fronts in Europe in the movement inaugurated by a wM$W Wa jgs euucrtOHS a bottle o s" bt&tlyFcre Hotel Henry Kafterson! The South hotel. eiluatcd in (lie Abtolutalr very hrartol the retail chopping district aad near al I the theatre. Finest CtXm in LouitTiile, with moderate prases. Club Btealcfatt from 25 up; noon day Lunch 50cj table de hole Dinner. 6 to 8 p m $1.00. Also elaborate a In carte service in Restaurant. Rathskeller open from 4 p. ra. to I a. m. Orchestral ana vocal music fire-proo- f; KY. roott popular prio-u- , modern Vjf cku. today. A booklet with W& each bottle gives full Ktil directions for use. Don't delay. Demand " Don"t accept anything else in Terms: Sajewill be made on a credit of thres mouth-.- ; blind with approved security required bearthe American'Bible association to" sup- ing interest at the rate of six per ply a testament to every soldier at the cent, per annum from day front. Ind., Sylvester Joy attempted to kill hie' father and liother w'ith a chair. Neighbors finally overpowered him anJ, tyinj his fiandes and feet, controlled him 'until '.he arrival of officers. A petition for a local option election aas WoerL filed .with ffiesmkjsilorlers of C DAVIS - his parents of sale, and having the force and effect of Going insane while at the home of from a drug store send One Dollar to Swjnson Rheumatic Cure Co., Newark, Ohio, and a bottle of will be sent prepaid. gist can supply you. If you live too far ii at Wabash, a place o it Any drug judgment. This third day of February, 19 15 Cam i Mullins, Sheriff R. C. 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