You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Mount Vernon signal: February 12, 1915 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1915 mou1915021201_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: February 12, 1915 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. "ZI- X- Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVIII. JSilliniiil MT. VERNON, faiiti THAT rx' ?V m llillijll. 0. 7 Established 1887 BM" iiwiiikfc NUMBER 16 v.i. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY FEB. 12, 1915 "" fGUARANTEESf I Patch, for 3500.00, leaving about fifty acres where Mr. Ward now Mrs. Wm. Owens, of Liv ingston, was here last week. Mrs Owens, who used to be Mrs. Wal ter Turpen, has many friends here, who wish her much success in her newly wedded life Miss Eila Carson was down trom Mt. Vernon Saturday and Sunday with hornefolks. Miss Bernice Landrum was here from Friday until Sunday the guest of Miss Clyde Watson. Mrs. Walter Robins is with her pareuts, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. B. Davis, in Mt Veruon this week. Miss Tempest Ward, who is teaching in Livingston Graded School, was with her parents, Mr. and Mrs J. H. Ward from Friday until Sunday. R. L. Smith, of the Hiatt section, was in Stanford Monday on business. J. Thos. Cherry, of Crab Orchard, was here Sundao to see his sister, Mrs. Granville Owens, who is very low with tuberculosis. Joe Riddle and Guy Roberts, who are attending the Berea college, were with hornefolks Sunday. Regular services will be held at the Chnsti n churcq the 3rd instead of the 4th Sunday in this month by the pastor, the Rev. D. G. Combs. Roy Sowder who has a good position at Danville, was with his parents, Mr and Mrs. W. H. Sowder, duriug the week. John Hoskins, a farmer of the Copper-Creesection, moved his family to Illinois the first of the week. W. H. Graves the telephone man, was here during the week, John Riddle has moved his family to the F. Fran ciso residence. We are proud to have Mr. Riddle and his estimable with us. A gentlemen was here during the week from Mt. Vernon, and while in the barber shop getting a shave, asked "who is Vice President?" ItyDU being informed th it the gentlemen who had the honjr of holding this position was Marshall, ha said, "I made a number of inquiries in Mt Verkou and no one knew, then I phoned to Livingston, and no oue knew there." Who would have thought that a man holding this position would have been forgotten, and they say he is alive too The Rev. Haines held services at the Methodist church Saturday and Suuday. k lives. U RG UNUSUAL N AND S ARE EXTRAORDINARY BUILDING A SUIT on a foundation of pu :t woo! is like building a house on a rock Our clothes are built of pure wooL Prices are cut lower than ever before. Wonderful Bargains SUTTON 1 g All Ladies' Suits All Men's Clothing 01 All onoes All Dry Goods Aff Aff 1 Special P rices It McBEE ft I fCUARANTEEDV I sSi J& Hardware Underwear 25 per cent Below Regular I J ALL WOOL y 7tJkSx?TV j lLguaranteedS fi4 ALL WOOL I I I I fc cioyr-H-xntiAF- 2. r 1 -- Our stock and our assortment is so large and varied that we find it impossible to describe in type. We offer no baits; you may need. we make low prices on anything " Whose Interests CUSTOMERS Are Plrst and Foremost Every Transaction in this Bank is for the best Interest o our Di With Us Remember, "A dollar saved a dollar made. fWJmMjjVShfjS Ve-no- We would sanction no transaction which d;d not, in every way, make for the best Interests of our Recognizing the fact our customers, not only require, but insist upon the best service and absolute safety. )) n The 23rd Psalm, read responsive Hobert Griffin has returned after the Bent field; price paid $1,250.1 0. H. DeBord were in Mt. Ver- - last Saturday. F. M. Marshbanks, of Mt. $100 REWARD, 100 Miss Margaret By Group. a few days' visit with relatives at have started . non has purchased the restaurant Jones has returned from Mt. Ver- Song "He Careth For Me." Well, after quite a The readers of this paper will be Buckeye. visit. Memorized and recited by Lilly pleased to learn that there is at while we have left our friend and of W. G. Niceley and they are nou after a least one dreaded disease that kinsman, W.M. Hicks alone in the invoicing the stock of goods to- Miss Martha Helton, of Spiro, Seaborn, and sung by union. science has been able to cure in matrimonial held, still a candidate day. So you see Livingston is spent Saturday night and Sunday The Paalm as a poem By Mrs. all its stages, and that is Catarrh. not dead by a long shot. It has with Miss Alza Owens and attend- J. P. E. Drummond. ( Hall's Catarrh Cure is the onlv for matrimony but. he can't accuse The Bank that takes care of it's Customers The 23rd Psalm Recited By positive cure now known to the us of not doing all we could for only been taking a snooze. John ed meeting at Poplar Grove. Overbay is slowly improving and Mis. W. A. Todd has been very Reece Vud. We have kept a standing medical fraternity. Catarrh being him. i constitutional uisease, requires advertisement in the Signal for we hope he will soon be able to be sick but is some better now.- -Its Teachers, as to Faith By J. a constitutional treatment. Hall's the past six years and we can't out again. nas returned ironi a A.Oliver. . uueuirrencn BKODHKAD law governing the building of im- Catarrh Cure is taken internally, 2 and 3 verses recited By Lena month's stay with relativesin say our heart is not on the right proved roads with State Aid there acting directly upon the blood and Well, our conscience is Colds and Croup In Children Laurel, and will likely start for his May Clark. of the svstem, side. would be very few opposing votes mucous surfaces What it Teaches about God's Senator Claud Sutton says since thereby destroying the foundation clear on that subject, for we did Many people rely upon Cham- home in Colorado about the 12th. cast. No man that has thoroughl- of the disease, and giving Mrs. W. F. DeBord, who has Leadership J3y Mrs. Abe Evans. herode horseback fronvhis all we could lor him and yet he is berlain's (Jough Remedy implicity, acquainted himself with this law patient strength by building the ly in cases of colds aud croup, and been confined to her bed for the Brodhead,--. a" distance of 4 th and 5th verses recited up By tean offer a plausable argument tne constitution and assisting na single. Now, we wish the legis- it never disappoints them. Mrs. past three months is slowlv im Gesta Adams. about two miles, he is now strictly lature would pass a bill to tax all E. against it, If a man is opposed ture in doing its work. The proH. Thomas, Logansport, Ind.. A Lesson of God's Preception for the issuance of bonds for road widowers and bachelors a heavv writes: "I have found Chamber- proving. O. L. Hatcher was iu to this measure from selfish mo prietors have so much faith in its Mt Vernon last Saturday. G.W. By Mrs. J..A. Oliver. building. It that will convince curative powers that thev offer tax for remaining single. How is lain's Cough Remedy to be the men that they should vote tor im- tive he will never benefit by it. One Hundred Dollars for any case this Maret, are ou for this bill or best medicine for colds and croup Shells is sick with la grippe. 6th verse'recited By Mrs. J.E. proved roads, we would be glad a Were I to be against it because I that it Sails to cure. Seud for list not? Little M iss Geneve Griffin I bave ever used, and never tire Mr. and Mrs: Coleman Broughton Singleton. have returned from a pleasant visfdw around Brodhead would take thought that the fact that Mt. of testimonisls. very sick at this writing.- -J. H , f recommending it to my Address: F. J. Cheney & Co., is The Unceasing goodness of God Vernon would have two pikes and bors and friends. I have always it to his brothers ot Elihu. Mrs. in any direc a two mile joy ride Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Daug Browning has purchased a farm piven it to my children when suf- By Mrs. J. N.' Clark. Whether that Brodhead only one. and by reason gists, 75c. tion from town. in Lincoln County aud will move fering from croup, and it has neve' Cay Thompson and children spent of this that my friend Chas, C. Poem-R- e "My Lord and I.-1 ake Hall's Family Pills for con- his family there soon We regret ' failed to give them prompt relief.' last Saturday and Sunday with her would cause them to ch arge or Davis of that town would sell two stipation. mother, Mrs. Mary Osborne, at cited by Bessie Owens. not, it would at least give them to give them up. There will be For sale by ail dealers. Song. see how very deep the bottles of Peruna while 1 would Clarence. a chance to services at the Christian, church, LEYEL UKEEN. LIVINGSTON. in sell one, then the motive that 6.30 President in charge. mud is. Never nas roads been Wednesday night. S. C. Frank-- ! I General Diseussiou. condition in this section as prompted me to be against it such a MissJGracie Owens, who has lin was down from Mt. Vernon, Several from here atteuded the talked would be a very selfish one indeed been very sick for a iew days is Monday. W. G. Baker, of Mt.' sale of J. W. Riddle, at Walnut Colds Are Often Most Serious 7.00 AdjouVn. now, and we have never Stop Possible Complications Mrs. "David Owens Leader, with any voter who would be The thing frr me to do in order to some better. Mrs. David Owens Vernon, was with G. S. Griffin. Grove last Monday. Mr. and measure keeo up my trade, and to add to who has been confined to her room Sunday. Mrs. W. M. Owens was Mrs. Riddle will make their home The disregard of a Cold has against this proposed brought many a regret. The should it pass along his way. We it. is to be progressive, keep a is able to be at her post again in Brodhead from Thursday until at Brodhead: Boone Benton is in oftenot sneezing, coughing, or a fact often wonder how any voter can line of attractive goods that my Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ward and son, Sunday, visiting relatives and the store here this week, while fever should be warning enough It Really Does Relieve Rheu- conscientiously be opposed to a customers want, then there will be have returned from a visit with packing her household goods. his father is in Knovville, Tenn that your system needs immediate - -. MATJSM measure that will benefit his no reason why they should go to relatives at London and Danville, Mrs. J. H. Owen?, who has been Hobart Brown was in Mt. Vernon attention. Certainly Loss of .neighbor even though' the measure another town for such items as I Ky. J. H. Owens, who has been very sick for some time is slowly, last Thursday, shopping. H. C. Sleep is most serious. It is a Everyrofty who is Tilicted with It is Rheumatism does not directly benefit himself have; but if I keep in the old rut, very sick for some time is slight- improving. There is plenty of Jones, of Irvine, was with bome- - warning given by Nature. assist by by all means- - iniany'fo'rm should man's duty to himself to keep a" bottle of We should all remember that the keep old style goods and them ly improved, J. E. Wppdall, the news this week but we have been folks for a few days last week. doing his part. Dr. King's New Sloan's Liniment on hand. The second pike cannot lie built, until Dauiy suop worn, and only try to hustling salesman, of London,Ky. unable' to get it all owing to the Mr. and Mrs. R. B. fcaylor have a Discovery is based on a scientific minute you feel pain or soreness tho first nne has been built, and keep such goods as my competitor was with our merchants, Tues- fact that we have been moving very sick child with cioup. J. A. analysis of Colds. 50c. at your in a joint or muscle, bathe it with Buy a bottle to day. my cus- day .Miss Annie Baker, of Mt. and ;you all know the condi- Hasty bought a nice horse from Druggist. Sloan's Liniment.. Do. not rub in. we should all see the importance has, and thereby force Sloan's peuetratts almost immedimain lines first. tomers to buy from from me Vernon, has returned home after tion of one's mind on this oc- - Samuel Childress for $2s0. Miss of building the ately right to tha seat pf pain, rewhether they want to or not, and a few days' visit with relatives We might use our railroads as fair W. H. Warren has re- - Lizzie Hurst has returned from a Program Livingston B.Y.P.U. lieving the' casion. hot, tender, swollen illustrations. No raiiroad com- when they find that I am opposed here. Miss Tempest" Ward was turned home from Paris, where very pleasant visit vith friends in seeling and making the part easy pany will build its branch roads to better roads because I want to with home folks at Brodhead, he has been confined in the hos- - Somerset. and comfortable. Get a bottle of J. P. Mullins has February 14, 19I5. Sloan's Liniment for 25 cents of road is complete, force them to buy from me, I will Sunday. J. W. Terry has "pur- pital for some time. two until the main We have been very sick for the past lose my customers and my friends chased a house and lot of L, G. come to the conclusion any druggist and have- - it in the Bible Study Meeting The 23 vean: thev can use the main Mrs. Martha Owens that there weeks. house against Colds, . Sore and the material over, also. If we expect to amount to Falin and has moved his family is something in Ground Hog Day, .spent most of last week with Mr. Psalm. road to haul Swollen Joints, Lumbago, SciatiDr. 6.00 President in charge. yet those who are ooposed to the anything in the commercial world into it; price paid $750. Mr. and and this time we are glad if there land Mrs. J. L. Niceley ca and like ailments. Your money Song. Dond issue, would favor it if the we must at least try to be pro- Mrs. Brady have gone to house is, for we don't beieve he saw his G. Jj. Lawrence nas oeen connneu back if not satitied, bui it does give almost instant. reef. Buy a Prayer. branch roads were built first. gressive, and the first step toward keeping in the Mrs. Sue Mullins shadow this Dr. W. T. to his room for the last few days bottle property. The writer lias pur- Amyx has purchased of R. L. with la grippe. Mr. and Mrs. 6.10 New members 4 We feel sure that were it possible it is good roads. James Hayes, of Grab Orchard, chased a house aud lot of N. H . Thomas, the brick house and a Frank Jones, of Walnut Grove, Bible Readers course. prejudice from Review on to eliminate the the guest of Oliver; price paid $600. N.H.Oli- - tract of laud on the south side of have moVed into one of Mrs. J. W. 6 2o Secretary's Report minds of the people, there was here last week the v, would be no trouble of the bond Mr. and ivirs. Mont Roberts J. vpr hnc mnvo me Rockcastle river; price paid SgOO. t Brown's houses- .- B. Whitis, ol 6.30 Leader of Meeting in charge H. Ward sold a portion of his farm J, H. Dickerson Dronertv. latelv Song. FOR FLETCHER'S issue carrying, and again if the W. G. Niceley has purdhasedTbe Shopvllle, was here apart of last thoroughly understood the to Win. French, of near Hazel vacated by J. H. Browning, Prayer. people remainder of the tract known as week on business. Vic.Price and two-week- s' I Anything not to your liking is far from our desire. Let us give you a start put your feet on the road to satety, comtort and pros perity. It's an easy road to travel once you V. The Bank of Mt- Vernon J resi-dence-- to " -- I .- - tiv to-da- y. tn Children JOry J CASTORIA MT. VERNON SIGNA. CAMDEN OPPOSE Friday, 1 1. blil, which Is In no I'eiiE a prty-pi&t- - Zorm meatuie. I can find nothing in ir-an- Feb. 12 1915 the platform of the Democratic Party that - SHIPPING BILL $I.OC 01. Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. DB5CRIPTION ONE YEAR Senator From Kentucky Is Adverse To Taxing People To Raise $40,000,000 SAYS BILL IS UNDEMOCRATIC way commits Democratic Senators to its support or even countenances this proposed measure, but, on the contrary, as I read the merchant-marin- e plank of the Democratic platform of 1912, it clearly condemns such y a procedure as is here contemplated. Advertising rates mace known application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Ship Purchase Bill An Economic BlunCannot be Defended as a der and Would ComBusiness Proposition mit the Democratic Party to Paternalism and State Socialism. To show the immediate advantages that would accrue, in case the bond issue carries, we will take tor instance the Walnut Grove precinct, which would pay something like $350 a year, foi first few years after bonds are scld, which amount would then gradually grow less each year until the issue was paid. Mow, sup pose 40 men, which is a small es timate, from that precinct went to work, on the new roads under construction, at $1.50 psr day they would earn $60 per day and ceunting 20 days a month, they would pull down $1200., and in five months would get $6,000; counting two years they would draw $12. 000 and have plenty of time to cultivate "their" crops; the county would have two lines of turnpike across it and thousands of dollarg turned loose within the lmits, giving everybody, a show to get sone of it. Washington, D. C. (Special) Senator J. N. Camden of Kentucky made a speech in the Senate upon the Ship Purchase Bill that has attracted an unusual amount of attention. Senator Camden is opposed to taxing the people of Kentucky $40,000,000 until the have been heard, and defined his position on this Important legislation in his speech before the United States Senate, February 4, 1915, as follows: Mr. Camden. Mr. President, I would like to state my reasons for voting to recommit this bill. I consider it undigested, half baked, and full of fallacies, and thoroughly undemocratic in prin- ciple and theory. Object to Government Ownership. To my mind there are several serious objections to the enactment into law of- this bill, almost any one of which would be sufficient in itself to compel me to cast my vote against it. d Viewed from the standpoint of Democratic doctxine and principle, it is most alarming, objectionable, and dangerous. 1 feel that I do not exaggerate when I say that the policy of true Democracy will be fundamentally changed by the passage of this bill. If it becomes a law, the Demociatic Party wjll be irrevocably committed to the theory of a paternal torm of government, which, freely translated, means' state socialism. This is the entering wedge for Government control of other forms of is rumored that the friends of trades and industries. Personally I county, am far from convinced that the DemoCook, in his home this Nation is prepared Rockrastle, are urging him to re- cratic Paity ofleap into for this great the dark. And turn and enter the race for Repub- 1 do not feel that this country should lican nomination for Repreenta be committed to this new and radical policy without having it thoroughly tive from the Rockcastle-Laure- l discussed before and digested by the district. Mr. Cook has been con- rank and file of the party and the peo nected with the Big Hill Coal Co., ple and have their seal of approval or, time-honore- It J.J. at Blanche' this connty, which re- at leafet, their indoisement of the undertaking before they are irrevocably cently went out of business. committed to this doubtful governPineville San. mental ownership and operation of a We predict that if Jarve decides merchant marine. his message to President to enter field there will be "some- Congress on Wilron, in 28 vetoing the January thing doing" in the Legislature immigration bili, rece ltly passed b both Houses, and which passed the Senate b a ote of 50 to 7 and the House by a vote of 234 to 14, said: "If the people of this country have made up their minds to limit the num ber of immigrants by arbitrary teste and so reverse the policy of all th. generations of Americans that hav gone before them, it is their right do so. I am their servant, and hav no license to stand in their way. Bu I do not believe that they have, respectfully submit that no one ca quote their mandate to that effec Has any political party ever avowet a policy of restriction in this fund: mental matter, gone to the country o it and been commissioned to contrr ith legislation? Does this bill ret upon the conscious and universal a sent and desire of the American pec pie? I doubt it It is because I douL it that I make bold to dissent from i I am willing to abide by the verdict but not until it has been rendere' Let the platforms of parties speak ou upon this polic and the peop'e pro nouncc their with. The matter is tot fundamental to be settled otherwise ' This and facile language of th President expresses my views of th shipping bill so much clearer ane more emphatic than I could that I tak pleasure in adopting and applying i tc this bill. If it be true that the liter acy test of the immigration bill woulc "so reverse the policy of all the gen erations of Americans that have gom before," what reversal of policy do we find in this shipping bill, which com mits the people unheard, consequent!, without an opportunity to make up their minds or render their verdict en an undertaking so revolutionary that the business world mutt stand aghast "Has any political party rver avowee1 a policy on this fundamental matter gone to the country on it and beer commissioned to control its legisb tion? Does this bill rest upon the con scious and universal assent and desir 01" the American people? I doubt it It is because I doubt it that I make bold to dissent from it. I am willing to abide by the verdict, but not unt ii has been rendered. Let the p'at forms cf parties spc-al-: out upen tlib policy and the people pionounce their wish. The matter is too fundamental to be settled offhand or in any other way." Mr. President, I am willing to be guided by the wish of the people when expressed on this great fundamental question and even surrender to the will of the majority my "clear conviction," but I am not willing to surrender that conviction and my sense of duty until the people have spoken. For these reasons I participated in none of the conferences, afterwards denominated caucuses, by which it was sought to bind Democratic Senators to support this e d That plank reads: "We believe in fostering, by constitutional regulation of commerce, the growth of a merchant marine, which shall develop and strengthen the commercial ties which bind us to our sis ter Republics of the South, but without imposing additional burdens upon the pecple and without bounties or 3ubsidles from the Public Treasury." Ah I understand the purposes of this bill, it does not attempt to be In harmony with this platform declaration to regulate or to "foster by constitutiona' egulation of commerce the growth of merchant marine," but, on the it proposes for the Government jump into the business self and simultaneously create and onduct a merchant marine, and does f in open and flagrant violation of the iatform declaration, because in do-lso it is not regulation but opera-011- ; and, besides, It Is manifestly mposing "additional burdens upon s using forty he people" by money In a of the people's azardous venture, and that, too, it a time of great public stress, every hen the Treasury needs 'ollar to avoid further taxation of the leople. This is no time for doubtful Uisiness ventures or experiments. Individuals, guided by experience, are wantious; why should the Government be otherwise? Are we true to our con ttiluents' Interests or to our oaths of office If we commit the Government to a business venture so fundamentally unsound and unwise, In which we as individuals would not embark, con vinced, in advance, as every business man must be, that It will necessarily be a losftig investment? No coun-irhas tried Government ownor-hireaa for fundamental son. They realize) that it places !ho conduct of Its foreign business in the realms of International af There is fairs and complications. j "othing in the experience of those countries which have tried, or are trying, government ownership of railroad or other public utilities that would recommend it to us as a success. The wasteful and unbusinesslike manner in which the Government conducts it Affairs, State and Nation, Is of itsel ufflcient to discourage and to con Jemn such an experiment, especiall lit a time when our revenues have de oreased to such an extent, owing to he foreign war and the shrinkage ir m ports. If I could, under ordinary o: .ormal conditions of our country' xlstence, give my consent to try thi nost basic change of party principle ind policy, I would certainly feel it a reckless tempting ot fate if I agreee' 0 an experiment in the world crlsi Jiat is in the balance now. 1 con-rar" full-fledge- d -- g rail-on- y p halts or dissociate the Governing, fioin this undertaking by reason 0 the formation of the artificial person ralKd a "corporation," but I can not, As far as the purchase or construction of the vessels is concerned, section 3 of the bill provides: "That the United States, through the shipping board and with the approval of the President, is authorized to pur chase or construct vessels suitable, in the judgment of the shipping board, for the purpose of such corporation, with a view to transferring them to such corporation." It is here unmistakably provided States that the United conor shall either .purchase struct suitable vessels for this corporation, and here is where our Government would take a bold chance of reversing its policy of strict neutrality to an entanglement and probable participation in this world war by the purchase of vessels owned by some one of the beligerent powers. If Tessels are to be purchased, It must necessarily be vessels of this character those which are unable to participate in commerce because interned at the outbreak of hostilities. All other vessels are too profitably engaged to be bought now at any reasonable price. Is it possible that we are not to view with alarm" or feel any concern if the United States, through this shipping board, purchases these vessels with the view of subsequently turning them over to this corporation, in which it must own 51 per cent of the stock, and, in fact, will own a hundred per cent? Is It an evidence of timidity to take this rational view? The very discussion of this bill and the possibility by learned of its complications lawyers on either side of this Chamber, and the opinion of eminent lawyers representing the Government, holding, as they do, so many divergent views on the right to purchase vessels of beligerents, and the presumption prevailing when they were purchased before the outbreak of hostilities and after the outbreak of hostilities, and whether or not they were purchased Ir good faith, whether the godd faith of the vendor or the purchaser is to prevail, and whether a controversy arising between nations over such purchase is to be determined by the rules and laws of the captor country or whether the declaration of London, which has not been ratified and accepted, is to prevail. I say if these gentlemen, so eminent nd learned In their profession, disagree about these international ques lions, experience teaches us what we may expect, because when lawyers the coiiiobted condition of over-setraffic at the present time, but they studiously avoid fixing a definite time for disposing of these purchased ship? and of getting out of business. How, then, is this emergency pro posed to be met? Either interned boats owned by belligerents must be purchased with all the attendant complications or they must be built, because all other vessels are carrying their full capacity, and to purchase those already engaged In service would in nowise benefit or remedy conditions. If it is not the policy of the Government under this bill to purchase these interned vessels of the: combatants, and if it be true that the rates are so excessively high, then aecessarily the owners of all the vessels now engaged in the traffic must be reaping harvests so rich that none of them would care to sell at a fair valuation if the Government sought to purchase. The only course, then, left open to the Government, would be to have them built. I am informed that it would require at least 16 months for the shipbuilders to fill the order. The $40,000,000 to be invested under this plan would give our Government a merchant marine of about 80 ships ready for service, say, in about one year and a half. Under normal conditions it requires on an average of about 60 days for a ship to be loaded at the home port, make the voyage, be unloaded in the foreign port, to take on cargo, make the return voyage, to unload, to be reloaded, and ready for another voyage, one vessel thus making about six trips a year. Under present congested conditions, however, the number of trips would probably not exceed four or five, if vessels were available now. Then, if the purpose of the Government is actually to relieve this immediate congested business condition, is this not a pitable, and, viewed solely from a practical standpoint, a futile effort? Any emergency which may now exist will have passed long before this bill could possibly become effective, and the vessels provided either by pura m 3i m m The Opportunity i I 0 to Bank with a clean, strong, progressive bank appeals to the thoughtful business man. The H Q Peoples seeks business your on its record. m m Peoples Bank Mt. Vernon, Ky. SfetfSg3- 9 ..J. sJttfrtfrafc'tfrsss'sn' 9 1 W I -- (iiio N E $3.00 YEAR E3EJ $1.75 SIX MONTHS Courier- - J ournall Daily by Mail (NOT SUNDAY) chase or construction. Economically Unsound. As a business proposition this measure can not be defended. It must be conceded in fact, It is conceded that as such it is a failure, and would be doomed to bankruptcy but for the backing of the Federal Treasury. So apparent is this that it is freely admitted that private capital can not be induced to take the 49 per cent of the stock, or, in fact, any part, for which it is permitted to subscribe, and the Government will be compelled to go it alone, take all the stock, furnish all the money. If the Government corporation undertakes to purchase the vessels required by it at this time, when, owing tc the war, freight rates have advanced so rapidly, the price paid must be correspondingly higher, and doubtless from 50 to 100 per cent in excess of what they could be purchased for under normal conditions, unless it is proposed to tempt fate and throw discretion to the winds and purchase interned ships owned by the warring na-'iond During January AND disagree the courts must decide. It will then not be a court ef this country, but of the captor country that will have jurisdiction; then I, for one, be- February Only Recjuisr Annual Bargain Period Limited to These Two Months. -- race. Tell The Truth. Don 't vote against this bond is sue because the proposed roads do We have not run by your door. to start sometime and somewhere befprfrsirje can get any roads at all. There is no question, if we can get good roads slatted, it won't be a great while until every community will bayeike roads. Ex. The advantages to be gained are as many in getting good roads that we don't think any citizen, when he understands the conditions required to get them, will even vote against bis owu interests and those of his neighbor in this bond elecfion. and Pineville have buried the hatchet and unanimous for fare practically good roads. The bond issue will carry in Bell county which insures the construction of the gre. t 'Boone Way" from the Gap to Crab Orchard. Cumberland Gap News. MiDDr.ESBORo cit-zens Commissioner Public Roads advises that 37 counties have applied for fcjtate aid and the list will be closed March 4th and no applications wil be considered after that date until January 1st I916. C. 'R. Terrell, citizen study carefully the road question in connection with the proposed bond issue. Don't go on record being against it nutil you have investigated the Let every subject. Ir yon are not posted on the laws governing the road question tad bond issue, make inquiries of those who can give you the correct information. Head Judge T. J. Asher's article; in another column. He is Judge of the Bell county court nd one of the biggest tax payers In his county. Peace Sentiment Its Popular Hold or the People and Danger of World Complications. Probably the one sentiment niort than any other act of this administm uon that has gained the confident and affection of the American peopl 'or the Democratic Party is the fee! ng that it has kept this country a peace. Disregarding for the moment thet. erious objections of Government ow: rship, it looks to me like madness t. .eopardize the peace and happines it this Nation for an assumed an oubtful commercial advantages, eel that if this Government engage ow in the ocean carrying trade it i certain invitation to disaster. T ny mind we will inevitably be entai. ;led in the world conflict now raginj. )uring our Civil War we exercised th ight of search of vessels of friendl ations consigned from one neutr; ort to another; but we confined tha earch only to merchant vessels o ither nations and not to naval vessels '.Vould ships owned and operated b i he United States Government of congested trade, but so d imes ;:gned in ordinary conditions to bi ised as auxiliaries in the Navy woul. hose be naval ships or not? Wha .vould be the status of a merchan narine owned and operated by thi United States Government? As i itands now, according to internatioha law merchant ships under convoy o; i. neutral warship are exempted from visit and search. Will the American, people think it advantageous for our Government to go into trade at thii '.inie and forfeit the advantages now enjoyed by its naval vessels? At present bellgerents claim the right to isearch all vessels carrying he United States flag if contraband i& suspected. The American people are willing to submit to seizure, search, and detention of vessels owned by private capital and toawait the decision of international courts; but could or would they submit to apparent indignities offered to the United! States Government in the form of one of its vessels? It is not only an unneutral act but practically a declaration of war for any Government to furnish a beligerent with supplies. Can this Government dissociate itself from that position in the eyes of the arring nations if it embarks on the carrying trade at this time? If this bill does not undertake to embark the United States Government, in its sovereign capacity, in the purchase, construction, and operation of vessels in ocean trade, then I must confess that 1 -- I do not understand the English lan- analytical minds of distinguished. lawyers may be able to split guage. The come timid and view with deep concern the possibilities of serious complications, if not war. Why are we to take all of these chances and assum all of these risks, fraught with so much concern to the people of thlp country? Because we are told that there is a scarcity of vessels engaged In the ocan trade and the freight rates are high and it Is believed that these conditions may be remedied in corThis Government-ownethis way. I do not subscribe to this poration would then begin business by theory and do not believe for a moment that the suggested plan will investing its capital on a rising marprove efficacious, but granting that it ket in vessels at enhanced prices and will are we justified in taking such a be compelled to sell on a declining hazardous step for a mere commercial market. Having purchased these vessels at exhorbitant prices, when the advantage? Mr President, every day brings war is over and the law of supply and forth new angles, a stronger and demand bring freight rates down to clearer light with which to view this the ordinary level, then, if it be conmomentous question. New situations templated for this corporation to reare revealed. The morning papers of tire from business and turn its vessels this country are all quoting an edi- over to private concerns, as the spontorial from the London Daily News of sors of this bill aver is the expectaFebruary 3, headed "President Wil- tion, are we not sure to have a repeAt first "there was tition in the disparity of the purchase son's problem." gieat hostility in the average British price and selling price as was experimind against this shipping bill. This enced with the vessels purchased by editorial was written for the purpose the Government during the Spanish War, with whjch we are all familiar, of disabusing that idea, for what reason is here revealed. I quote the last when many of such vessels sold for less than 5 per cent of the purchase paragraph of the article: price, and this deficit which this Gover"We do not here discuss the bear- nment-owned corporation will susings of this matter on our interests, tain, and from which the shipper and but there is one point we ought not to exporter alone will benefit, will have overlook, and that Is that the subto be supplied by the taxation of the marine has become in this war a seripeople. This difference beous peril to our food supplies. It will whole tween the purchase and selling price dominate our position unless science which the Government will supply, is discovers an effective weapon of dedisShould it threaten our shipping it anything more than a subsidy in fense. guise? with destruction and ourselves with Am I, as a representative of the peostarvation it will not be an unimportant fact that a great neutral coun- ple of Kentucky, authorized to vote try possessing a mercantile marine of to tax my people to raise these milits own can send its ships into our lions which will only benefit the exporters? Nearly every bushel of grain ports unmolested and unafraid." pound of cotton or farm produce Senators, I solemnly mdnow Democratic out of the hands of the 3 warn you that it is madness to push and in the hands of the exto embark our Government this bill porter, or will be shortly. The freight upon this perilous and uncharted busipaid by thefpurchaser on the other ness sea. Does not Britain well know ide, not by the farmer. that if one of this country's boats It is well known and a practical should be sunk by a floating mine in way we might say, lemonstration of the fact is brought an accidental Govern-nen- t then, we would not only be feeding o our notice every day that management and operation is Britain, but we would find ourselves fighting for her, which shi well vastly more expensive than private person will knows. We have seen how treaties management. No sensible Tor a moment contend that a corpora-Jo- n are regarded by nations that are fightmanaged by Cabinet officers, with ing for their existence. All internaespecial adaptation or technical no tional law and precedents are upset by this holocaust skill or knowledge in shipping, can ind made chaotic now raging. Any of the belligerents conduct its business in competition company or corporation manwho felt that their adversaries were with a genuine advantage and aged by men who have given a lifesecuring a mastery and are their success in the war injured or jeo- time study to its familiar with every detail of the busipardized by the entrance of this Government into the carrying trade might ness. Besides, Government ownership regard whatever understanding they tfways will have more or less politics may have Had with us, as did the Ger- and favoritism injected which of Itself pracmans the Belgian treaty ''merely a will largely detract from, if not tically destroy, Its efficiency. scrap of paper." They would brush If, then, the expense of conducting aside, as trivial this legal fiction of a corporation "corporation" set up by the lawyers this Government-owneexceeds the expense under private of this Government. ownership, one of two conditions must Emergency Measure. necessarily result: Either the freight The promoters of this bill tell us rates must be higher than private-owne- d and managed vessels, thus dethat it is an emergency measure, designed mainly, if not solely, to relieve feating the object of the bill, or the s. pro-luce- JUST ONE-HAL- F REGULAR PRICE Subscription orders at this rate will be accepted only wheu sent through regular Uourier-Journa- i Agent in this district. JULIAN MILLER, MT. VERNON, KY. Courier Journal Co., Louisville, Ky. Special Election Voters Rockcastle County, Petition Vs to Call an election on Bond Order J. C.MoCLtRY UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Issue. appearing that a petition signed by more than one hundred and fifty legal voters, who are tree holders of Rockcastle county, was tiled in the office of the Clerk of the Rockcastle County Court, and with theudge thereof, on the 25th day of January 1915 asking that an election be held in said county, March 27, 1915, for the ATTORNFY-AT-LApurpose of submitting to the legal MT. VERNON. KY. voters said county the question of whether the Fiscal Court of said -OFFICE. - On 2rd. floor fo county, shall issue and sell the The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church bonds of said county in an amount street. Special attention given, $100,000. Said to collections. not to exceed Phone No. 80. Bonds to be sold and the pro ceeds arising therefrom to be used It Stanford, Ky. W, 'C. Williams, r . in building and constructing turnpikes in Rockcastle County and through territory hereinafter des ignated by the said Fiscal court and State Road Department and the Court being suiticientl advised, now Orders that said election be held at the tme and for pur pose stated in said petition and that Cam Mullins, Sheriff, of Rockcastle County, be and he is hereby directed to cause a poll to election to be be opened and an held in the County of Rockcastle. On the 27th day of March 1915. RAT CORN gATSAifHicS -- r KILLS ttn-- i. IT MUMIPIES THEM. Hannloss to human beings or live Rid your place of theae pest stock. without smell or danger. Order a can today. Prices 50c and 31.00 can, 6 lb. Pail for $5.00 postage paid. Rat Corn is guaranteed to do all we say. d Continued on Fourth Page Gas in the stomach or bowels is a disagreeable symptom of a torpid fever. 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. Less politics and more road talk and work would improve the situ Childrn's Coughs Children's ing counties are already warming ation along the line. Colds Both are Bad Brother p. But little is doing in that line Editors, think it over. When one of your little ones shows symptons of an approaching here up to this time. cold, give it Dr. Bell's Pine-TaWhen ft hatchet is burned, both A scald, burn, or severe cut Honey at once. It acts quickly, parties to the agreement carefully heals slowly if negleoted. The and prevents the cold growing family that keeps a bottle of Bal-lakd- worse. Very healing soothes Bote the location of the grave. Snow Liniment on hsnd the Lungs, loosens the mucous, . . system. ' "vaya jJicpaieu lor SUCH aCCl- - strengthens the Pxoplk who carry a bundle of H....1 It's dents. Price 25c, 5oc and $1. per guaranteed. Only 25c. at your grudges in the. back of their heads bottle. Sold by John Robins, druggist. Buy a bottle today'. jejdom remamber past favors. Brodhead, Ky. Bocklen's Arnica Salve for Sores, Local politics in our neighbor- The Best Laxative I Know Of have soldCuambarlain'sTab-lat- s for several years. People who have use them will take nothing else. I can recommend th m to my customers as the best lax ative and cure for constipation that I know of." writes Riank For Strouse, Fruitiand, Iowa. all dealers. sale by Your vote on the bond issue says whether or not you are for good I road. "I r- j. 's BETHURUM & LEWIS Attorneys at Law Offices in Bethurum Bldg. Will.practice In all the Courts. And he will cause the polls be opened in each and all of the vot- W. Bush Nelson, Lexington Ky. ing precincts in said connty; and he is directed to advertise said election and the object thereof at least 30 days next before the day thereof in some newspaper having the largest circulation in the I have a lull line of county also by printed l.andbills grade field seeds whic posted up at not less than four am offerine at verv ateach voting public public places in tractive prices. If in r" precinct in the County and at the ested ask for samples ant Court house door. All legal voters prices. of said County shall be privileged W. to vote at said election. LEXINGTON. KY. Copy Attest: S. F. BOWMAN, Clerk. Field Seed Bush Nelson V V ANNOUNCEMENTS. Ml. r M VLKNOlN SitfiNAl i 2 1915 5oc WintPr Caps 25c at Fish's. tUOsc OrK Mt. Vernon, Ky Feb. Get get. off Of your no "No. 79" woo wqq toCommun cate with SIGNAL "79 mind. New line of Cheney Silk Ties gust primary i We Are Authorized to Announce JUDGE B. T. BETHURUM As a candi(late for re.election as Judge ' of the 28th Judicial District, subject to the action of the Republican party, Au- 1915. We Are Authorized MR OOOOO-OOOOOOC- H? CHURCH CKK-0-(MXX-0-0-6 Russel Dyche, Publisher of tht London Sentin 1, will start a new paper at Pineville about March lsi to be called the "Citizen." at Fish's. Wilis AlcKenzie calves-i- n sold severa Stanford Monday. n r to Announce Three of the children of Mr. and i.mvifi Before you buy your Sprin Road Bonds Issue Would suil see F.sh's $1 Sn-fi'l- s. Benefit the County. Spring showing oi Arrow First LOUkSV'LLC &. Nashvillc R R.Co Preaching Service 11.00 a.m. and Monarch shirts at Fish's toThe question has bopn asked Meeting for Public Discussion, We All Fall For It. day. We Are Authorized to Announce TIME TABLE. why I was opposed to the propos2.30 p.m. ' M. L. JAR VIS Bell County vote on a 250.000 22 nortn 5.04 p m ed bond issue of 1913, and now Christian Endeavor Society. As a candidate for Bond Issue f.r Good Reads to- - monwealth's Attorney of the as Com- for 3:56 am 24 nortn It was a woman long married 6.30 p.m. 28th the issue of this spr ng, and subject to die action of my reasons for same who wisely said to a bride: "If 93 e,.t, n:w a id morrow are as fol- Preaching Service, 7.30 p.m. Primary, you want to keep your husband, 12:13 a ml boK SAf.K: Cuw 1'eas at $2.5o the Republican party, August Subject for night services : 21 South 1915 lows: jolly hin." "A Good Roads Proposal." Jas. Landrum, Agent per bushel. I was opposed to the proposed The advice applies to husband . This will be a uuion service and M. G. Fish. 2 i2 bt. Phone No. 8. the sum business to 'To the Friends of the Children: issue of 191U because the sermon will be preached by It applies to wives. For that matcalled for was too large and all of at al Overcoats and Swe iters Once more the Kentucky ChildEntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice Rev. J. M. Macmillain. All oppo- ter, it's a pretty good recipe lor mail matter. 116 htcond-cias- s most our own figures at Fish's ren's Home S ciety is making an same would have been Bell coun- nents of the cause of Good Roads oiling any part of the machinery of serve you with the In my opin as long as they last. appeal to the Christian people of ty's obligation. life. ion at that time, that obliga- and the Bond Issue are urged to very best of everyPERSONAL Secretary James Maret is get- the State to open their homes and tion would have become burden he present. Rev. Mr. Young will The other morning, in a crowded car, a conductor helped a womting things ready for lhe Mt. Ver- hearts to its "little citizens', to some to the people and further, assist in the service thing to is im- non Fair, August 4 5 G. the boys and girls, who in a few the roads that could or would Mrs. MeshackQGentry Meeting for th Public Discussion an with a heavy bundle. She years will be men and women. have been built would not have of Vital Religious Themes. proving:. Thanked him graciously, took his Berea, is Mrs W B Jones of as low as Our home is now crowded be- justified the expenditure of that has been Mrs R. B. Mullins The next meeting of the above, number and promised to write a with Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Bowman. yond its capacity, amount. but whena very sick this week. praise goods of I am for the present proposed will be held at the Presbyterian note ot should to the boss. confor $3 at county judge writes to us of child$4. High top Boots Yon have seen that church Sunday at 2 30 p. m. Er. W. T. Francis is at home Fish's to day. bond issue: ren who are neglected and home Subject "As a Christian Nation ductor's face beam. for a week or two can be sold for spot 1. Because the amount to be weather, what The man who has less this freezing Wanted: She may not have kept her should We remain Neutral.'' Edgar Mullins has a very severe my Level and Jack Plane 10 bring are we to do but say. "Send them voted on in the present proposed Sneakers; Dr. Lovell and Rev. word. Possibly she was only jolcase ot typhoid fever. cash. them home. No questions asked. to us"? However, we have about bond issue is only one half ub J. M. Macmillan. lying him. Mrs. Sarah Maret of the Wildie 2 reached the point where we will! much as the proposed issue of J. B. McKenzie. But, accustomed as lie was to Chairman, Mr. John Brown. section is visiting Mr. and Mrs. T be compelled to say, "Do not send 1913; and in addition to that there fretful kicks and knocks, just this Discussion Invited. Fred Kruger is repairing the Fish. twenty-eig- ht take any have since been la vs enacted by Everybody urged to come. little glint of sunshine guided the fell in a few them to us, we cannot kiln which the State of Kentucky by which The little son of Mr. and Mrs. old lime the kiudhearted, day for him and made him courteBe on time. will soon be ready more," unless years we Arch Allen near Cooksburg, has weeks ago and generous people of the State come the State agrees to pay one-hal- f Christian Instruction Class ous the rest of the route. again. for business lever. to our aid by opening their homes of whatever sum is spent by each Yes, we're all susceptible to A class for instructions in the have been serying Something new every d;y a been Miss Ella Francis, who has At the present time, we have in of the counties in this State. If blarney. Even when we know it o;er 500 differ the Receiving Home two hundred we vote for $250,000.00 in bonds principles of Christianity and the west for more than a year, is at Fish's today it is duties of church members and isn't very deep, we like it. We the people of this samples and thirteen children, ranging in the State proposes to pay one-hal- f ent Spring Tailoring home. such kindred subjects, has re- say we don't stand for it, but tho your measure. ages from a month to sixteen of the amount, or $125,000.10. Mioses Etta and Sue Cabli of Let us take grouchiest of us are, nevertheless, and adjoining counto pay only cently been started, under the more or less tickled on the insido Brodhead, were in town during objec- years. Many of these are bright, leaving Bell county One citizens objections leadership of Rev. J. M. Macmilthe week. tion to good roads is that he could interesting boys and girls, sound $125,000.00. This sum, borne lan. The meetings are held every ties a great WE are indebted to Mrs. J. T. equally by the State and county, Isaac Furst, L & N Brakeman, do his hauling in half the time anc in every way, but we also have Thursday at 4 p. m. at the Presby Hackley route No. 2, Stanford, as just explained, will build all the wash re Tuesday from Lebanon would have to be idle the otber some who are handicapped by be terian manse. of you starting for late copies of London, Eng. ing slightly defective in some way macadam roads Bell county needs halt. Junction. The meetings are intended main- land, newsraoers. including tho ind this latter class need love and at this time, and then leave a Mr?. I. C. West is with her After this date and until furth- sympathy much more than the greater sura of the present road ly for the young people, but all Pall Mall Gazette, Daily Mirror us in who fell the need ot such instruc- (which has largest daily circula parents, Atty: and Mrs. U. C. er notice the Booue Way moving fund to improve our dirt roads. perfectly normal child. Williams. picture house will only show two tion are invited to attend. 1887 tion in the world), Standard, Eventhe We have found in our many 2. The 250,000.00 that bnild our officient nights each week, Friday and Sat pears of Mrs. Clao Brown ing Newsand Derby Sketch, which experience that the best these roads will be paid by the Post mistress, has been very sick urday nights. very best of everyMiss Mattie Mae Riddle who is was forwarded over seas by J. G. come from the placements property holders of this county, results durinj the week. Hackley, now an Antwerp refugee Rev. Lunsfoni, son of the Rev. ot the little cliildren--"Suffflu and they that have small holdings attending school at Berea was Gran Price, a mighty good citi- James Luusford, is conducting a little children", as they are then at will pay small amounts, and they with homefolks at Cove from Fri- in Londoa. He is an engineer in line in section, has meeting a Wildie .Times Scar an age when lasting impressions that have large holdings zen of the Hansford employ cf the Western Electhe will pay day until Tuesday. and serving you the been sick for a lew day?. tric company, the largest institubor of the Burr section is direct- can be made, and their characters large amounts. The cost does not tion, of the kind, in the world, returned ing the singing. Miss Ruth Mullins has can he most easily moulded. reach the poorer or laboring class with headquarters in Niw York very best we knew. from a month visit in Louisville Out in the State, are a great of this count, a,each manor Mrs. Bayes, who suffered a I and branches thruout the globe. and Lebanon Junction. broken lunb sometime ago is rap- many more children, waiting to housekeeper is entitled to a $250.-0- 0 t For Infants and Children, come to our Receiving Home. So Mrs. D. Edgar Allen idly improving: Exchange. exemption, and nothing can be Kev and Tin Kind You Have Always Bought are striving are rejoicing over, rhe arrival oi a Has she an arm in a sling or is by taking a child from us into added to the Poll Tax Payer. In your family, you are doing a my opinion, it will be a great adfine b y on the 7th inst. Bears the FOR FLETCHER'S she walking vith crutches? harder every day to Wtefike double kindness a kindness to vantage to the laboring man, as it Signature of ! L. Durham has moved to his F. Director Robert E. Woods of the new home on corner of Richmond Kentucky Good Roads Associa the child vou take into your own will help to bring prosperity to home, to love and to be loved in the county, now so much needed, better street and Lovell's Lane. tion spoke to a large and enthusi return, and a kindness to the little and it will bridge us over these Mr and Mrs. Ben F. Eberheart astic crowd of Laurel County citi- - unfortunates, without a home, we have in the hard times until the financial afand daughter. Miss Agnes, were zens at the Court house in London waiting to come to us. fairs of the county rest on a more Monday on the subject of Good here from London Monday. and believe H50U are interested in the solid foundation. Mrs. R. W. Dyche of London, Reads. children of our State, kindly write 3. Every dollar of the amount Mrs. R. P. is witn her mother, The Brodhead Lumber Co. with to the Kentucky Children's Homp we can save you will be spent in Bell county except Mullins, during her illness. a capital stock of $2,000.00 has Society, 1086 Baxter Ave., Louis such amounts as may be sent from J. P. E. Drutnmond, Joe Oliver, been organized at the thriving city ville, Ky. and the superintendent away to purchase bridges or maJ. H. Browning and others were of Brodhead, this county, with B. will be more than glad to take the chinery, and as the amount will D. Holtzclaw, A. Wesley Holtz- - matter up with you." up from Livingston this week be practically all expended for Mrs. Ann Fishback Huffman claw and W. O. Holtzclaw as in The Damn family of world fame labor, I CAN SEE NO REASON and litle son, of Paris, aie with corporators. bid fair to lose its renown by dis- WHY' THE LABORING CLASS "Nigger,' said Enormous, the her mother, Mrs. Fishback, for a covery of the Hell family in the OF PEOPLE SHOULD NOT visit. janitor, shaking his fist, "quit town of Parrell, built by the Unit- UNITE IN A VOTE OF THIS on every suit you Mrs. Mamie Oalts Blair, of your pesticatin round or pnone ed States Steele Corporation. KIND. AS THE MONEY WILL , your favorite undertake'-'cause Morehead, is with her grand-parent- s Members of the Hell family are PASS THRU THEIR HANDS. buy When you pay 895 for Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Fran- when I lams 'em wid dis dey goes 4. To delay taking the benefit not averse to using their name in Study an Allen 34 you get scootin' 'cross old Jordon so lait a business way. cis. of the State Aid would mean that facts Ex895 worth of car. Make it Wm. Linville, prominent citi- the water comes to a bile." r The head of the family, Uonrad we are to help all the other counThe AUen 34 has an ties of this State build their roads, zen and good roads booster of the change. Allen 37 horsepower unYou don't pay a cent for Hell, an ice cream manufacturer, Weston-Mo- tt Scaffold Cane section, was in town business to see our Henry and William Hopkins has signs reading "Go to Hell for WHILE WE KEEPON WADING necessary overhead expense. floating axle, mohair top yesterday. and leather upholstery, were tried in the Circuit Court at icecreams" scattered throughout THE MUD. This law may be in We build integrity into every Allen Warner transmission and affect for the next 100 years and line before automobile. Our organization is Asst. Cashier Unas. M. Thomp- Richmond Monday lor the murder the city. d steering gear, expanddrive, strong and permanent We are in son, of the Peoples Bank and of Town Marshall, Collins of Berea Another sign reads "Ice cream all that time we shall be paying ing brakes, 110 - inch the automobile business to stay. in taxes to the State to help the spent Sunday in last summer your spring pur-chas- es Henry Hopkins from Hell is guaranteed pure and Robert McKenzle wheelbase, demountable is to make every Allen aluminum crank rims, Our purpose Preachersville. was given 21 years and William cooling." Harrodsburg (Ky.) other counties build their roads. case and aluminum transcar do its part in upholding our Suppose we postpone our building mission case, full equipMrs. C. C. Williams slipt on a Hopkins was given 7 years in the Herald. reputation for giving the greatest ment ef electric lights roads tor 20 or 25 years, by that Wednesday and penitentiary. banana peeling possible value for the price we get and electric starter. When the bowels become irreg- time we shalL be ' behind all the fell, causing painful but we trust The weight cf the car Is Uan Scott of Fayette If you have been waiting until you 2300 lbs., which, with the ular you are uncomfortable and other counties just that length of power of the motor, injures injuries. not serious could buy a strong, swift, safe, County, Kentucky, sold 15.000 economy of operation. the longer this condition exists time. CAN WE AFFORD IT? paying a dolhandsome car without Mrs. A. B. Furnish aud little bushels of wheat to the Winches- the worse you feel. You can get We bnild (Wa other lar more than its actual worth, the I think not. We should act models, three roadsters son, Ben, are with her parents ter Roller Mills at $1.55 per bush rid of this misery quickly by us and tiro touring cart, Allen 3, 5- - passenger tpuring car at promptly aud get in on the "first ranging in price from Ohio, for a few weeks el, the highest price on record so ingHERBINE. Take a dose on $875 to S139S. in Urbana. 895, is the complete answer to floor;" for by being one of the your requirements. stay. Mr. Furnish accompanied far in Kentucky. Scott bought going to bed and see how tine you i we may be able to get in as far as Cincinnati Monday, the wheat last fall at j5 and 77 feel rext dav. Price 5oc. Sold first, style, jinith, poer, ttinemy them tptratltn, equipment, serviceable by John Robins, Brodhead, Ky. ahead of a great many of the is qualities mud price, AUen cars take the lead Otis Hale of Walnut Grove, this cents per bushel. other counties of Kentucky, and county, left yesterday for Macon. Notice To Teachers. it may be that we shall secure a Factory ReprMcatothrM for SeaUaara Ohio, adjacent West VirMo where will be given a try-ogreat sum from the State before ginia Territory, SoaUMra I.diw and satire State of Kentucky. No teacher will receive the Febwith the Macon Club of the Three the other counties awake to the Dealers t Writ or wir for agency proposition Eye League. We hope he makes ruary draft 1 ntil his or her month fact that they are helping us bnild ly and annual reports are signed good. , "We stand bywhatyBU.buy' by Division Chairman and properstock of Mer- our roads. A telegram from Richmond yes5. I am receiving quite a numchandise, one dwell- ber ofletters from different parts terday morning stated that Miss ly tiled in my office. ' This Feb. 10, 1915. Reynolds, who is attending Sallie FF flsaWMBBlfc W. A. B. Davis, S. C. S. ing house 6 rooms, of the county, which look distressK. S." N., was very sick with E. ing The people are askiug for appendicitis Mrs. j5. R. Gentry, Services At The one half acre of land, help, and no doubt they are sufferFEBRUARY went to Richmond on the noon Christian Church The Home of Good Clothes Maret-burg.- Ky ing and need help. If no change situated in train. Dr. . J. Brown, went up takes place, I am looking for Feb. 14, are as follow : I also have situation to get worse during the from Stanford and if Miss Reythe Sunday School 9:45. LOW ROUND TRIP FARES nolds is able to.be moved will be the Express Office spring montns, and 1 am particu Preaching 11. Subject "The Conover brought from at once. l.irly anxious to get the bond issue TICKETS ON SALE FEBRUARY 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and IS. Pathway to Greatness. " and Office- Good Returning to Reach Original Starting Point Before Mldnttht February 26. 1915. through and hope that we can get Christian Endeavor .630 Would exchange for a the work started at an ear'y da e MT. VERNON, KY, i Point Before Limit LOCAL PrlrlUde of Extension of Final Deposit to Reach Original StartingFee of J1.00. Subject "The Solid Foundations of Ticket and Payment of MtdnlSkt March, IS, 1915, by j and relieve the situation. nice farm with good buildFron tRooms over Baker's Store of Life." Phone 49-For Full Information Apply to Vote for the bond issue while ings or one-hal- f Valent;ne Post Cards at Fish's. cash and The preaching service in the we can get the bsnefitof the State' Nearest Ticket Agent. easy terms on remainder. rf who has been evening, will be a union service Dr. S. C. Davis Aid, and help start prosperity in Agent Address, H. C. KING, Pass r and Ticket congrega-.seriou- s sick for some time, "s in a very with the Presbyterian our county now. Doctor is tion, at their House of Worship, 101 Eat Main St., Lexington, Ky. condition. The FOR FLETCS.E&V' B. T. J. ASHER. beginning 7:30. dov n rapidly. goius :Middlesboro Three States. Ky. acan.lidate for State Senator for the 17th Senatorial District, subject to the Republican party, August primary 1915. We Arc Authorized to Announce Dr. W. C. BLACK As a candidate for State Senator for the District, subject to the , 17th Senatorial Republican party, August primary lyio As Judge Ashcr Tells Why the John R. Dotson of the Wildie section, are in bed with fever ;n byterian Church their home and another son is in The following services will be the hospital at Berea Col logo sufheld next week: fering from the same disease Sunday We wish for them a speedy re Sabbath School 9.45 a.m. covery. Mc Farland Memorial Pres Mr. OUR - wear at prices quality 5-- 3t For . many with way back with er thing our CASTOR A Children Cry We CASTO R A serve you than past that to $5 y Oil The Allen 34 Price, $895 these en-gi- t left-han- making 12-In- ch Ex-She- riff ut FOR SALE Kenton Motors Co. cSSJoS ONE STORE And MARDI GRAS 11-16,1915 New Orleans. La. Mobile, Ala. Ticket PH Dentist S. . y&&a&&y&$yc& -- T. Dillingham, Maretburg. CASTOgr' Children C PBTH 4. jj$pa$x& $J :rd&3KJ&-&x&pd&xI : U - Con' luted from Second Page GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER B rod head ty-'- ' i ? jfe 0 COMPLETE LINE & " Coffins, Caskets and Robi es Mail, Telegraph or Tel ... rVirn nrt.ts Prnmtpwy rfsa .V-- Filled l&ycy$pzi; UN-D- J55B?Sf3S yctfDz&ycg&c ?ri -- &&&8&&m!&mffm s wrg8-tgf $&3&ts&mlwm 1 TC-J2- .li$?iw; . XSSV-ij5v- Jkif JJ $. Q vessels must be run at iast is evidently contemplated. This loss will have to be supplied by the Government out of the Treasury, which means ultimately out of the pockets of the people by way of taxation. Wherein, I again ask, would this differ from a subsidy? One essential point in these calculations seems to have been completely overlooked by the framers and advocates of this bill, who seem to think that ships were all that is needed to carry cargoes, and that is terminal facilities. Terminals are as necessary to ships as to railways. Steamships chased them, and if this bill would benefit anyone at this time it would a loss, and the be the exporter. These enormous HOPEWELL 2" the ocean. TV0tJreJi ?.! If Miss Vina Kirby spent Monday night with her aunt, Mrs. Mary psa jHa B e fj- - ras. hsa Our Hue of Oouch Caskets tv is unexce Ul $ Hand-mad- e Joffins furnished $ 5f Hearse sent to all parts of Itl.e County. All Phone tt jj 1 orders by Wire Promptly Filled W. A. 94-- S MJ- CX,I VEU()X, - ICY. ft ipllnli&U A You CanMakeYour HouseMore Attractive 3 With the Handsome Babbitt Premiums germs: guaranteeing clean sinks, and thoroughly sweet and sanitary conditions in the home, and in your barns, kennels or hen houses. dirt Aor TEN-CEN- T can of Babbitt's pure lye is paid insurance against s If you will write we will send you a book Absolutely Free telling a hundred uses for Babbitt's Lye; also our premium catalogue illustrating beautiful and valuable presents exchanged for coupons. G i B. T. BABBITT BABBITT'S LYE P. O. Box 1776 The Great Soap Maker The Best Home Soap Maker 10c Highest in Strength but not in Price New York City O III:!! THE BEST GROCERS HANDLE BABBITT'S LYE 111! ii!iiii!iiiiiiniii:i;iiiii;i!!iini u::ii!:iiini!ii:i'i!i;iii'i.!lilll T SUFFERERS GIVEN QUiQK RELIEF ATIO s," Pain leaves almost as if by magic when you begin using the famousold remedy for Rheumatism, Lumbago, Gout, Hotel Henry Wattersonl LOUISVILLE, KY. The South' most popular priced, modern hotel. . Absolutely fireproof; situated in the very heart of the retail shopping district and near all the theatres. Finest Caf in Louisrille, with moderate price. pi- - Sciatica, Neuralgia aud kindred troubles. It goes right to the itiiiit- pi spot, stops the aches and pains and makes Mswty life worth living. Get a bottle of "Drops" today. A booklet with each bottle gives full directions for use. Don't delay. Demand Don't acRAutitca I Hill cept anything else in place of it Anydrusr- gist can supply you. If you live too far from a drug store send One Dollar to Swanson Rheumatic Cure Co., Newark, Ohio, and a bottle of will be sent prepaid. - H I am. a farmer, and have recently Atuold Rev Uarmical filled his sold my cattle and wheat at better prices than I have sold them for in regular appointment at Sinking and Sunday. years. The war is the immediate Vitlley Saturday cause of these high prices the high George Niceley of Falmouth, is price of wheat as well as the high with his father, Wm. Niceley at price of shipping. Wheat is quoted at ?1.65 per bushel. Would this this place. George Henry Thomp fact justify the Government in invest- son is on the sick list. Miss Cleo ing the public funds in vast acreage Kirby is with her grandmother, in the West and raise wheat in com Mrs. Chris Sowder, at Langford petition with the farmer in order to present enhanced price? Station. Rev. Clifford will can not pull up at any landing and un- reduce the what preach at Hopewell Saturday and load its cargo on the bank. Deep har- While this may be no ua muai id iu uctt: limits q bors, especially constructed piers and Mrs. Sarah Wallin aud ownership and (locking facilities, and huge ware- where Government houses must all be provided before- competition with the individual is to children and Miss Maggie Jones hand. These abnormal world condi- stop. Where is the line to. be drawn and Miss Dessie Thompson of Mt. tions have congested and overtaxed all if we once embark upon the project? Vernon, spent Saturday and Sun the harbors of Europe almost beyond I am opposed to establishing any such day with Mrs. Devault. Imagination. The war drain upon men precedent. Mr. President, I have endeavored to has depleted the ranks of stevedores STOP THAT COUGH-NO- W of these make plain my objections to this bill, and dock hands. On account and in a manner in keeping with the delays it is said that it requires 11 When you catch cold or ppgin vessels now to do the work of 5 under dignity of this body. I have not impugned the motives of anyone, realiz- to cough, the first thing to do is tc normal conditions. The English ports are congested largely because of the ing that it is a measure regarding the take Dr Hell's oi the scarcity of labor; and In France they merits of which Senators may differ It panetrates the linings have been compelled to use the Ger- and are entitled to express their Throat and Lungs and fights t lit man prisoners to unload the ships and he nest convictions. No Senator has a get ins of the disease, giving quick clear the quays and docks. It is not monopoly of wisdom and virtue that reliei and natural healing. "Out clear, as a business proposition, how authorizes him to criticize and con- whole family depend on Pine Tar ves- demn another who differs with him as Honey for a few more Government-ownecoughs and colds," or emer- to what is for the best interests of writes Mr. E. Williams, Hamilton sels can relieve this situation gency. The Government would first the people of this country nor to read Ohio. always helps. 25c. a. be compelled to purchase, construe!, him out of the party because he will your Druggist. not violate his "clear convictions" at or lease more terminal facilities before it can relieve existing conditions, the behest of a conference, subseand thus divert a large pmt of the quently called a caucus, In which he and A New Tax Law. capital of this corporation from the did not participate. remarks never won a purchase of shipB. cause, and I deprecate their use in this Act oi Congress approved Dec A recent editorial in the New York Chamber. very aptly illustrates this proTimes that on am It is rather inconsistent for those 17th. 19x4, provides position. It says: who profess to be leaders here and to after March 1st. I9I5, every pei "It is especially fatuous to provide speak for the administration to crition who produces, impoits, man Government shipping or private ship- cize Democratic Senators for conufacturers, compounds, deals in ping with Government aid when the ferring with Republican Senators on necessity of the case is not so much this measure when President Wilson dispenses, sells distributes oj shipping as facilities for loading and immediately calls into conference gives away pium or coca leave unloading. To the facts on this fact three Senators from that side of the or any compound, mauufacturt as given by carriers' spoKesmen on Chamber. this side of the ocean may now be It is highly inconsistent for the salt derivative or prepai'atici added Incontestable evidence from the same leaders to criticize me because I thereof, shall register with th other side. Twenty-onvessels ar- will not violate my "clear convictions" Collector of Internal Revenue, hi rived in Liverpool last Thursday and and support a measure which I deem not one of them was able to get a undemocratic and socialistic, and upon place of business and procure t berth to discharge Its cargo. which the people have not passed, special tax stamp, which costs 3' "It would be idle to add to such con- when the President vetoes a measure cents from .March 1st 30U gestion by providing more ships. The which passed the Senate by a vote of trouble is not one of trade, but of war. 50 to 7 because it is opposed to his 19I5, and 1,00 for each yearl Some ports are closed, throwing more "clear convictions." I honor and ad- period after that date. The penal business upon others than' they could mire him for his courage; but is it ty for failure to comply with th do in favorable times. Many dock la possible that a Senator Is not entitled law is fine of not more than $200borers have enlisted and others art to the same privilege? Must he surearning such high wages that they arc render his "clear convictions" on a and imprisonment of not mor independent. Commerce is not rurt measure vastly more important, more five 3 ears or both, in the ning in accustomed lines. Strange revolutionary, and upon which the th 'in of the court. boats are on unfamiliar routes. and re- people have not rendered their verCertaiu order blanks prescribed quire more attention than liners run- dict? ning on routine. If any Government by the Department are necessarx should intervene, it is not ours. Wt in every case where the specia are shipping full volumes of goods at before th our own prices, and the freight is paid RECOGNIZED ADVANTAGEb tax stamp is issued, by the buyer. They should worry, no' You will find that Chamberlain'. partyto whom issued can mak we. We should worry only if thos Cough Remedy has recognized sales. These are bound in book who are more eager than wise shouh id vantages ovar most medicines thrust us into an' experiment which i tn use for ooughs and colds. It of two sizes, one selling at ten cent only unnecessary in a commercir 'lot All loes not sup ress a cough but and the other at fifty cents. sense, but is obnoxious politically." ves it. It aids ex- remittances should be made oosens and reJii Not only would this bill, in my judj pectoration at d opens the secre cost of special tax stam mer.t, fail to relieve the situation fo' which its promoters claim that it i tions, which enables the system tc and one or the other of t es. brow off a cold. It counteract."-andesigned, but it would have a tendenc tendency of a cold to result order books Copies of the ltv to paralyze personal initiative and pr n pneumonia It contains nt and regnlations may be had by ad vent private capital fiom entering th Held and investing in a merchant in: .pium or other narcotic, and maj dressing Jno. W. Hughes, Collei in competition with the Goveri be given to a child as confidently tor of Internal Revenues, for tht corporation, which is ej as to an adult. For sale by all 8th. District, Danville, Ky. mpt from taxation and insurance an dealers. vhere all losses are recouped from th Public Treasury. Buying At Home. SHERIFFS SALE. Investigation has shown that i By virtue of execution No 79 :osts 50 to 100 per cent more to b;iil There is a "buy at home" con ships in this country tlPan it doc test being waged in the papers of directed to me. which issued fron broad, and that it costs about $17,2; Roekcastl-CircuiThere are the Clerk's office of the I'ore a year to operate a ship of 3,00 the entire country. in favor of Roben Court, ons under the American than unde manv excellent reasons given. No Owens against Knobs Essentia flag. he British These disabilitie better samp'e than these ten can Oil Co., I, or one of my deputies inder which our foreign trade now I? be given, ors must be removed before one First Keep the mt ney at home will on the 22nd day of February. to establish a merchant marii i hat will thrive and grow and hold it Second It's a powerful help to 1915, between the hours of own with that of the other nations o'clock a m., aud 3 o'clock p m local industries. he world. Mr. President, I shall vol at Brodhead, Ky., Roekcastl Third It helps those help us, it o have this bill recommitted, becaus county, Kentucky, expose at pub I hope and believe that there i is our duty to do. enough patriotism and statesmanship Fourth Home merchants and lie sale to the highest bidder ttu n this august body to handle this vitr following property (or so much uestion in the wise and right way an their goodsare more reliable, their iot from the viewpoint of petty an goods are of higher quality, and thereof as may be necessary to artisan politics. My suggestion t they sell them to us at as low, if satisfy the amount of Plaintiff's he Commerce Committee, which wii debt, interest and cost), to wit lave the redrafting of this bill, if n not lower prices than those chargcommitted, is to revise our foreign nav ed by mail order houses for goods ($601.10) A lot of machinery con "gatioh laws as to place our merchan. of listing of boiler, vats, stump pul inferior quality. iiarine on equality with tin Fifth Takes mnch less time lers and all of said machinery merchant marine of Great Britain ."rartce, "Germany, Holland, Italy, anc' and is more convenient in every pertaining to the manufacturing of sassafras oil. Levied upon as ther.coiintries. This will not be in thr respect. orm of protection or subsidy, but wil, Sixth Home merchants some- the properly of Knobs Essential t appeal t efforts of American Oil Co. ibility which has never yet failed, and times give credit, but mail order Terms: Sale will be made on; thus enable American shipowners to houses never do. neet the competition of the other nacredit of thres months b.md with a Seventh Brings about tions of the world and actually foster stronger spirit ol co operation, approved security required bearand encourage ra real American to-dad, Children Cry for Fletcher's wvu-wd I non The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been 111 use ior over SO years, lias borne the signature of t7 and has been made under his sonal supervision since its infancy. X C&ccsUM Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment per-i47Jnst-as-good CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor Castoria is a Pine-Tar-Hone- d Oil, Pareharmless goric, Drops and Soothinjr Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, 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 It GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always Bouglit In Use For Over 30 Years THE CgMTAUH COMRANV M (Lffc&. gW VO W CITV. e WHEN YOU WANT to'iue Genera! Merchandise - n Farm Implements CO TO JONAS McKENZE THE Chas. C. Davis OLD R E:L IA ELE Mt. Vernon, Ky. nent-owne- d Drugs We are determined to give our patrons better servics this Our year than any before. t e motto is "improve on everything every minute." Anybody will show you where we are, an-exa- Yours respectfully. CHAS. C. DAVIS Qhonc No. 39 the-bes- mer--ha- marine.' I - s" Club Bfeakiast from 25c up; noon day Lunch 50c; tabic de hote Dinner, 6 to 8 p. in Restaurant. $1.00. Also elaborate a la carte I service Rathaiceller oaten from 4 p. m. tc Orchestral ajsa vocal music a. m. JIOOM PRICES With rutting water and private toilet $1 per day Witbprivate bath $1.50 up to $3.00 per sample raomi with priate bath $2.50 to $3.50 per day. day-Larg- e You are cordially invited to make this hotel your headquarters while in Louisville, cv-if only for a day. Have your mni'l nJ packages addressed here. You will clways be a welcome cuesL n present session of Congress to the consideration of this shipping bill, which, in my judgment, is so unwise and will become so obnoxious to the people generally when fully understood, when we have other measures of real merit awaiting consideration, and in which the masses of the people are so vitally interested. The appropriation bills essential to the proper running of the Government must be passed. There is the s bill which might be discussed and passed at this session, and which affects the real interests of thousands of farmers and merchants of this country. , I can not see wherein this bill Is in the Interest of the farmer or the producer, as is contended by some; his grain and cotton and other products have practically all been sold and are now in the hands of the" exporter who pur-rural-credit- am opposed to giving up all of frieudshin ing interest at the rate of six per the among everybody in our vicinity. cent, per annum from day of sale, understanding Eighth and nt And also brings greater and having the force and effect ol prosperity to every person in our a judgment This third day of Februarv,i9ij vicinity. " Cam Mu.lins, Sheriff R C. Ninth Can handle and closely By Dee Cummins, D.S examine merchandise before buying and can quickly exchange A child that has intestiua-wormlater if desired is handicapped in its 'is for the good of you Tenth It growth. A lew doses of White's and yours and is for others and Cream Nerraifuge destroys and theirs thousands of miles away-an- expels worms: the child immediis strictly in accord with the ately improves arid thrives wondersoundest business principles. Ex. fully. Price 25c per boule. Sold by Jonn Robins, Bndhead, Ky. s It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills. Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before 1 began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give ROBERT B. JONES. Manager. Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS lungs that was expected to cure itself has of and been the starting point in many cases of disease that ended fatally. 'VlDEALER inMarbl ana The sensible coure is to take fre- Granite Monuments of all quent doses of Ballard's Hork-houn- d Syrup. It checks the pro- kinds. Estimates furnished gress of the disorder and assists on application. nature to restore normal rond Price 25c, 50c and Si. per GEO. OWENS Propr. bottle Sold by John Robins, j rone 1U sal e by all dealers. Brodhead, Ky. A heavy cold in the Manufacturers s. 1 By special arrangement the Ratekin Seed House of Shenandoah, Iowa, one of The Livhr Regulates The'Body the oldest, best established seed firms in Big will How Prevent Bilious At- A Sluggish Liver Needs Care. the country Seed mail a copy of theirbook Catalogues. This Illustrated and garden tacks Someone has said that the is complete on all farm big yields seeds. grow and all Sh It tells how Chronic Liver Com- about the besttovarieties of Corn for your "Coming event's cast their!shad-7- s people with before." "This is espdbially plaint should be shut up away- locality; also Seed Oats, Wheat Barley, nip nf hil'nnQ n.f,fji.fks Vo'nr at from humanity, for they are , pes- Speltz, Grasses, Clovers, Alfalfa, Pasture .. ., and and Lawn Mixtures, Seed petite will fail, you will feel du 11 simists and see tnru a "glass aaru- - all other farm and garden Potatoes This seeds. Because . matltal ; Tf vm, ar - Qiib'pof Iv." WbV? nnfl lnntrnirl , V M.M , WM U tf UWW-Book is , worth ..dollars to all in want of . &iuie rf IT,c to bilious attacks take to all three of states aepena upon pns-iDizziness our readers. Write for it today and Cham berlaie's Tablets as soon as Biliousness, Headachs. mention this paper. n,e address is these symptoms1 appear and the and Constipation disappear-ait- pr - For Using Ut. K.ing S jtuis. wie attack ma V he wardfd off- Children Cry FLETCHER'S CASTORI A FOR FREE TO FARMERS SEEDS The Woman's Tonic a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc, are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. to 1 . -- . . fi V 1 1 I u 1 free Get a Bottle Today IW 1 I 25c. at your Druggist. tiw luijHunoauiunuwt, Sfct sMJBlh, IoWsU a