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Mount Vernon signal: February 19, 1915 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1915 mou1915021901_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: February 19, 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. r ...i. V " Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVIII. rfiriw MT. VERNON, A rPpiP Wilt BKODHEAD ROCKCASTLE wft 6Mtt COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY Established HK4rmvy(Sivw FEB. 19, 1915 1887 NUMBER 16 a ALL B& d GUARANTEES! WQpi i." y W. Tate was in Louisvill last week on business. -- The Knobs Essentian Oil Co. located here went in bankruptcy a few days ago. J. W. Owens secured a J. -- BUILDING A SUIT on a foundation of pure woo! is like building a house on a rock. Our clothes are built of pnre wooL Prices are cut lower than ever before judgment against this company for $500 00 at the last session ot the Rockcastle Circuit Court for by his son damages sustained for them, and on while working acount of this judgment the com pany took protection of the bankrupt law. Thoy claim to have assets of less than $500 00, and lia - BA THAT ARE RGA UNUSUAL S EXTRAORDINARY AND Wonderful Bargains i all wool k K jPcts? V C L oV iOTR'A F T y " r I -!j ' jtl ALtWSPL Every Transaction in this Bank is for the best Whose CUSTOMED Intorcato Are First and Foremost Interest o our 5 With Us Recognizing the fact our customers, not only require, but insist upon the best service and absolute safety We would sanction no transaction which did not, in every way, make for the best Interests of our )) Anything not to your liking is far from our desire. Let us give you a start put your feet on the road to safety, comfort and pros perity. It's aii easy road to travel once you have started . The Bank of Ml- - Vernon V The Bank that takes care of it's Customers LIVINGSTON. -- Mrs. Alfred Owens, who has been visiting relatives here for the past two weeks, has returned K. B. home at Mt. Vernon Sends, of Paris, Ky., was here en route home from Florida, where he has been for the past waek. Rev. D. Edgar Allen, of Mt. Vernon, tilled his regulor appointment at the Baptist Church, Mrs. J. Saturday and Sunday. W. Sams is visiting her husband in Louisville. Miss Bessie Hamlin, of Mt. Verneu, is visiting her sister, Mrs. M. F Marshbanks, of this place. Sheriff Cam Mullins, of Mt. Vornon, was in our town Wednesday. M. F. Marshbanks, who purchased the Eight Gables restaurant stock of goods is moving his family in our town. The Junior Order has placed a $50 bell on their hall. J. E. Woodall, the wideawake salesman, of London, Ky., was iu our town Wednesday. The Rev. Freeman, of Science Hill, Pulaski county, held services it the Christian church, Tuesday Colds and Croup In Children and Wednesday nights Hubert Many people rely upon Cham3tficeley, who has been in Rich- berlain's Cough Remedy implicit.anond for a few days, has returned ly in cases of colds and croup, and jhome. S. C. Franklin, L. & N. it never disappoints them. Mrs. watch inspector, was here Tues- E. H. Thomas, Logansport, Ind.. day looking after the railroad writes: "I have found. Chamberwatches. Well, what a beautiful lain's Cough Remedy to be the medicine for colds and .day this is (Tuesday"). Every best ever used, and never croup I have tire (pretty day still tends to make us of recommending it to my neigh.a firmer believer in the weather bors and friends. I have always :and the part played by the ground given it to my children when sufhog. Jerry Saras, of Hazel Patch fering from croup, and it has neve' was in our town Wednesday, and failed to give them prompt relief.' For sale by ail dealers. he is improving slowly. Wade Graves, of the Sand Springs sec FOR FLETCHER'S tion. the telephone magnate, was px our town today. J. W. Baker, I ! d, one of our merchants, wss in Mt. Vernon, Monday. The B.Y.P U. of this pluce, gave an entertainment Soturday night; particulars not learned. All the sick in this localit are convalescent we are glad to say. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Catlin has returned fiom a visit with relatives at Lebanon, Ky. Mrs. W.G. Niceley was with relatives at Berea, Monday. Ben Griffin, of the Buckeye section, was with home folks Saturday and Sunday. Miss Marie Blan-lorof Louisville, is visiting her cousin, Miss Ella Mae Blanford of this place. The pay car passed through here today, Wednesday, gladening the hearts of the road boys. Miss Ethel Hayse is visiting Miss Essie Pike, at Pineville, this week. Uncle James Mahaffey is very low at this writing. Born to the wife of W. E. Gray on the 17th. a fine girl. W. A. Warren, who was hurt near Winchester, has returned home and is able to go about and we hope he will soon be his old self again. bilities of more than $4000 Q0County Attorney E. R. Gentry, was m town last Friday Miss Mary Adams returned to her home in Crab Orchard last Fridav after spending a week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Smith Adams, near here. Prof. J. L. Piikenton. and nephew, Henry Piikenton, were in Mt. Vernon last Saturday between trains. Mrs. Sallie Roberts, of Gum Sulptur, was the guest of her son, J. Mont Roberts, here last Saturday. A Miss Barr gave a very interesting lecture at the graded school building Thurs day evening of last week on Home Economics Miss Miranda Tate is visiting relatives in Berei and Richmond this week Rev. Stew art held services at the Baptist church Sunday morning, and the Rev. A. J . Pike held regular services Sunday evening. T. C. Hamm, an old veteran of the Civil War, and a highly respected citizen, of the Quail section, died at Monday morning his residence after an illness of a few months. Mr. Hamm was an uncle of our R. H. Hamm. Mrs. Maude Sproule was in Corbin Monday between L. Thompson was the trams, J. guest of his daughter, Mrs. Chas. Riddle, here last Saturday. Mrs. R E. Albright had the misfortune to stick a crochet needle 'thru her H hand, and is suffering considerably from it. Allen Hiatt, the good roads advocate from Quail, was in town first of the week. The directors of the Rockcastle Milling Co. elected officers Monday as follows: I. R. Storm, Pres ; J.M. Adams, V. Pres.; Chas. T. Riddle 1 Sec'y and Treas. The milling plant is being run every day, and seems to be doing a splendid busi I HAWninATF FDR SPHRFTARY (IF STATE ness. Mrs. W. E. Gravely was quite sick during the week. De "i hhihwwuiwiiwiiwphi hi,. iwiin wwi puty Sheriff Dee Cummins was in ox x Y" s - "wwy h town Wednesday. Hazel the lit tle daughter of Mr and Mrs Syl van Bordes was very sick during the week. She was attended by 'V--- 'mmmmtWMKSM Dr. W. E. Gravely. Herbert Cox of Mt. Vernon, was in town Tues, '- iVmmmmmmmmP$$BmwBEmmZ' '' day in the interest of the Knights & Ladies of Security, an insur ance company of Topeka, Kans. saw. . wA : The children of Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Carter are quite sick this week. ' ' 1 Rev. Combs will hold regular :.. : . services at the Christian church Saturday evening and Sunday' morning and evening. Mrs.Lark-i- n Hicks is numbered with the sick this week. Miss Eila Carson was here from Mt. Vernon last week to attend the lecture given by Miss Barr. Some of our merchants ,::-bidding high for the dollar by are 'mmmWmffmmmwmmWm'lmmmMWmm'-offering cut prices. It is now ? hSrWmmmmmmWmmmmmWmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmUy' possible to buy good coffee at 10 cents a pound, best coal oil at i5 x a ''IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIHHIIH&SH9HlllllllllllllllllllllliIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII cents a gallon, best patent flour at 85 cents for a 24 pound sack,, and other goods in proportion. If this is not FREE TRADE it surely looks like it, but where are we to get the dollar. W. A. Carson the expert painter and decorator, '?& ,' k HillllllllllllllHflBBHHHIIIIIIIIIHHHB'i ' is working in Mt. Vernon most of V the time now. Miss Lola Painter who has beeo spending her three 'Jsr. -: weeks vacation with Mrs. J. M. W&&: 'MSM 'Mowers Clark, has returned to Cincinnati, feralaii where she will join her company. ".."iS-.:- ;rf ,v MBmWmmmBmmmmmWBm&l KWVtTre :. j.d t Miss Painter is leading woman of &p wft Sff iWififf the Eastern Knickerbocker Stock All All All Ladies' Suits Men's Clothing All Aff Aff Shoes Dry Goods Hardware Underwear Special Prices 25percent Below Regular Our stock and our assortment is so large and varied that we find it impossible to describe in type. We offer no baits; we make low prices on anything you may need. i- Remember, "A dollar saved a dollar made. . UTO How the Farmer Can Get $100,000 Worth of Good v v- ' the opportunity of a e to Cn. h mk1l ..- C rm nf lit rrrt children, and your children s' life-timI - '' m m "" -- children. 8. Because you are entitled to Good Roads, for you are the producers of all wealth, and should be provided means of marketing your Roads For $20,000 0, . - tyBHHi' -' HHHwM:? v ' '- -- I c t-- , 'iilllllHHIilllHIIIIIIIIIHMKR' '9Biani9SHt?'" KkJ- - &2.Z&!. Co. Colds Are Often Most Serious Stop Possible Complications The disregard of a Cold has ofteh brought many a regret. The fact ot sneezing, coughing, or a fever should be warning enough that your system needs immediate attention. Certainly Loss of Sleep is most serious. It is a warning given by Nature. It is man's duCy to himself to assist by Uoiug his part. Dr. King's New Discovery is based on a scientific analysis of Colds. 50c. at your Druggist. Bay a bottle ttfdiy.' H Children Cry CASTOR THE VOTERS OF' KENTUCKY I am a candidate for Secretary or State, subject to the will of theDemocratic party to be expressed In the primary election Aug. 7, 1915 My party loyalty, my availability ae. a .candidate, my conduct as a private citizen and my record as a public official are respectfully submitted for Investigation and consideration. For more than three years I have served you as Assistant Auditor, and while the office is not an elective one, the duties are important and exacting. These I have honestly endeavored to discharge properly and effMy experience, I feel, has especially equipped me to fill the iciently. office to which I now aspire. If nominated and elected as your Secretary ol State, all the energy and ability vhich I have shall be earnestly devoted to the business of that department. No duty will be too arduous for me to perform faithfully, and none will be considered too trivial to receive careful and prompt attention. Feeling very grateful for the assurances of support already received, and soliciting the votes and influence of all, I am, Sincerely yours, T 'O m G. B. LIKENS u- pi'JP A, G. B. LIKENS. m the Piked Roads in this County. Of all the taxes assessed and collected in this County, the towns and the Corporations doing business in the County pay 60 percent which will be equivalent to 30,000 of the $50,000 which Rockcastle would pay on a 100,000 bond issue State paying the other $50,000, leaving 20,000 to be paid by the farmer of the county, who are the oaes to be profited most by good roads. These are the facts and figures you cannont get around. There are many reasons why the farmer should vote and work for the bond issue. Here are a few of them: 1. Because he uses the roads mere than any one else. 2. Because they cost him less than any one else to have them constructed for him. 3. Because he can get his Produce to market at any time dnring the year he chooses. 4. Because Roads will add to the comforts and conveniences of Farm Life makes it possible to have your Schools running during the winter season, when there is no work on the farm for your boys and girls. 5. Because those who are not actually engaged iu farming are by this issue offering to build, for the Farmers use and convenience Four Miles of Good Roads for him for each One Mile, be will construct. 6. Because the great number of advantages to be derived from good roads. 7. Because it would not be a Business Proposition to turn down By voting a Bond Issue of $100,-00convenience. you will get $5,000 actually 9. Because this Bond Issue given you Absolutaly Free by the would enable us to construct a State, thus providing means for good road Irom the Madison Coun produce when it best suits your ty border to the Pulaski border and from the Lincoln line to the Laurel line, Other locality and neighborhood connecting pikes would follow, thus giving, at no distant date, a splendid county system of turnpikes. 10. Because in time it would automatically eliminate Militia work on the Highway. 11. Because this 100,000 to yay for the construction of Good Roads will nearly all be spent right here in the County. Every laboring man who wants to work, and every man who owns a team can get work at good wages during the time required to construct these roads. 12. Because $100,000 spent in this county during the next two years our roads, would mean prosperous times for every one, the farmer, the merchant, and the man who is dependent on his days work for a living. It Really Does Relieve Rheu- matism Everybody who is afflicted with Rheumatism in any form should by all means keep a bottle of Sloan's Liniment on hand. The minutejyou feel pain or soreness in a joint or muscle, bathe it with Sloan's Liniment. Do not rub in. Sloan's penetratts almost immediately right to tha seat of pain, relieving the hot, tender, swollen seeling and making the part easy and comfortable. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25 cents of any druggist and have it in the house against Colds, Sore and Swollen Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and like ailments, your money back if not satified, but it does give almost instant relief. Buy s bottle to-da- y. aiwi j'.ai lI'i rjttaagM p. V-- 4 W)l tiutim MT. VERNON SIGNAL Friday, Feb. 19 v FI kl, 1915 &UibA UEUIENANT DATE "LINCOLN WAY" PLANS BOOMING HARDIN AND LARUE COUNTIES HAVE UNITED TO DO THEIR PART IN THE WORK. Reduction in Living Costs Made Possible by Perfect Product The sudden and highly ing increase in cost of food sities such as sugar and flour, demand increased domestic economy For incomes have not advanced soaring of food with this war-tim- e alarmneces- iiiiHiiiieiiiii The Opportunity to Bank with a clean, strong, progressive bank appeals to the thoughtful business man. The m Q m m El Published every Friday by OVERNQRSHIP EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $I.OO $ Advertising rates mace known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY prices. LITTLE WORK NOW NEEDED PRESS ASSOCIATION Both Counties Apply For State Automobile Road From Louisville to Nashville. Aid-Pro- vides Wa.ste of food as well as cost ot food must be considered and minimized in these days of exorbitant prices. ANNOUNCEMENTS. JUDGE B. J. BETHURUM as Judge As a candidate for of the 28th Judicial District, subjeet to the action of the Republican party, Au- We Are Authorized to Announce gust primary 1915. We Are Authorized to Announce B. O. LEWIS As a candidate for State Senator for tlir 17th Senatorial District, subject to tin Republican party, August primary 1915 We Are Authorized to Announce Dr. W. C. BLACK A fl a candidate 17th Senatorial -- for State Senator for the District, subject to tin Republican party, August primary 191? We Are Authorized to Announce M. L. JARVIS as Com As a candidate for Ju monwealth's Attorney of the dicial 'DUtrict, subject to the action ol the Republican party, August Primary. 1915. We Are Authorized to Announce W. T. DAVIS As a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk subject to tin of Rockcastle Count', actiou of the Republican primary Aug ust 7. 1915. We Are Authorized to Announce T. J NICELbY As a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle County, subject to the action of - the Republican primary, August 7, 1915. The trail over which Danit i Boone came into Kentucky is still a trail that is, as far a the Lincoln county line and "aleetleto the rise." The trail ends at Crab Orchard. From there to the Bluegrass and on to Louisville there is a turnpike. It is something like a hundred and fifty years since Daniel made his way thru Cumberland Gap. Iu all that time the transportation facilities, so far as roads go, of the people living in what are now thf counties of Bell, Whitley, Knox Laurel and Rockcastle, thru which the Boone trail runs for a dismiles, have tance of ninety-eigh- t shown no sign of betterment. Now all that is to be changed and overnight, as it were. Saturday, by a vote of ten tc one, the men of Bell county voted $250,000 bond issue for the building of a county seat and countv-wW- e system of roads with State aid and under State super vision. Road bond elections are to be held in Whitley, Knox, Laurel and Rockcaatle within the next few weeks. In every one of these counties the lead of Bell will be folowed. Lincoln county has been granted State aid to extend the turnpike from Crab Orchard to the Lincoln Rockcastle line The first road to bo built will be the Boone Highway, (and cross county lines designated). Work will begin In the spring and pusht-thrto completion. The road when built, will be not only a county seat to county seat road, but a road from State line to Statf line, with Louivillo at one end and Middlesboro at the other. More than that, the five counties at the southeastern end of it will then begin work on a a network of roads linking their every sec tlon with the Boone Highway. A few months ago the prediction was ventured with reservain fifteen tions that Kentucky, years, would life herself out of the mud of bad roads. At the rate of progress the good roads move ment is now making, Kentucky will have the best system of roads to be found in any State in the South before ten years have passed and this whether Federal aid is granted or not. Where there are ten counties to vote bond is .sues this year, there'll be twenty next. And bond issues mean good roads then and there. Louisville Times. u James D. Black, of Barbourville, Knox County, has issued the following statement announcing his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Lieu tenant Governor in the Primfiry Election, August 7, 1915.' Democrats of Kentucky: Recognizing, in the fullest sense, your rlgV to choose at the Primary Election, to be held in August, 1915, those whou you piefcr to be the candidates of the party to be voted for at the genem election in next November, I am a candidate, subject to your will to be expressed at said Primary Election, for the nomination for Lieutenant Governo on the Democratic ticket. I am induced. In a measure, to make this announce nient by a desire of my own to bltvc the people of our splendid State in th capacity of Lieutenant Governor, and also, in a measure, by suggestions of few individuals whese personal and political friendship is real and in whosi judgment I have and ought to have confidence. My past fealty to the Demo cratic party may be accepted by you, I confidently trust, as a sufficient guaranty that I shall, whether nominated or not, give to the ticket you ma name and the principles for which our party stands, very faithful support for that com so has been my habit at all times since reaching legal age. h nominated and elected lieutenant Governor, I promise you and the people o Kentucky to bring to the dischargu pt th duties of the office the very bes service of which I may be capable. Whether or not T am equipped to properlj discharge those duties, It is not for me to say. J submit that to your judgment and decision. I believe in a just and wise economy in public as wel' as in private business, and cordially agree that no one should be entrusted with responsible ouicp who is not able and willing to Jierform his whole duty to the public whose interests he asks to be commissioned to serve. I believe these on whom the Constitution places the duty and responsibility of legislation for the people of the State ought to industriously employ the time the Geneial Assembly may be in session, to needed legislation, complete that as quickly as a proper regard for the best interests of the State will permit, and then adjourn, diligently avoiding every unnecessary expense to the people. I have no doubt that those who have to do in an official way with llit? money of the community, or charged with the administration of public affairs, ought to act in relation to such, according to that high standard which tbe most prudent, careful, just and intelligent exercise in the conduct of their private business. If elected Lieutenant Governor, that standard shall be my guide in the labor the law assigns to me. In submitting my candldaoy. I invite the scrutiny of the people of Kentucky as to my fitness for the preferVery respectfully, ment thus sought. Barbourville, Ky., December 28, 1014. JAMES D. BLACK. Western Newspaper Union News Service Elizabethtown, Ky. The Lincoln Way from Louisville to the Lincoln farm via West Point, Elizabethtowi. and Hodgenvllle, will be built by Hardin and Larue counties this year, ai both counties already have made ap plications for state aid and made indi vidual appropriations for the work Larue county has made an appropriation to build the unfinished gap oi about three miles between this city and Hodgenville and to build a ma cadam road to thte Lincoln farm itself. The Lincoln and Jackson Way from Louisville to Nashville probably will be built this year, if the lower counties will make appropriations for this purpose. Some have already taken action. Hardin and Hart counties have already made appropriations and application for state aid to reconstruct the highway from West Point to Munfordville. By the close of the year there should be a macadam road from Louisville to the Tennessee line, from which there 4s a comparatively good macadam road. As the South has a number of macadam roads, an automobile route will then be assured to Chattanooga, Atlanta and other cities in the first-clas- s Fortunately, the greatest food waste with which the housewiie failures-anhas to contend bake-dathe waste of costly baking materials is rendered prevent able by the perfect leavening power of Calumet Baking Pow y Peoples seeks business your on its record. m der. Southern States. $250,000 ROAD BOND ISSUE Vote in Bell County, With Few Precincts Out, 3,178 For; 87 Against. Middlesboro, Ky. Sixteen precincts in Bell county gave 3,178 for and 87 against the $250,000 road bond issue. Middlesboro gave 1,055 for the bond issue and only 6" against, which is a compliment to State Senator Joe F Bos worth by his home town. The other precincts not heard from wih increase the majority for the issuing o! road bonds for Bell county and the building of her part of Boone Way Work will start upon these roads ii the early spring and will be completed before the end of the year. $100,000 ROAD BOND ISSUE. Ap- Sentiment Against It In Oldham pears Negligible. A few misguided indivijuals, we wont ?ay misinformed, because they really know better, are trying to make it apoear that our good roads man Maret. is receiving or will receive compensation for his work, in this movement for beV er conditions and tliathis motives are for personal gain. Mr. Maret asks us to state, for him, that hi-books, as secretary for tae Commercial Club and Boone Way Booster Band ire op?n for inspection. The UMme ot every contributor of sums amounting to io cents up appears in tbe cash accounts and the distribution of said fund in nostage, printing, etc., is shown, Mr Maret gets no salary for his work. His efforts are purely for the upbuilding and furthering the interests o! Rockcastle cotinty.and there will be a day, not far in the future, when onr people will know and appreciate the efforts ol this man to do and accomplish much .'or his adopted county. Mr. Iarot hopes to live long enough .some oi me many oenenrs hat will accrue to our county from the efforts he has put forth for the mprovement and reucntl welfare if our people, in his fight for good roads ; Tell the truth. Don't misrepresent. Post yourself. I,2arn and uuderstand your subject. but its a BUSINESS MEN RAISE FUNDS You may mean well, bad idea to argue and put up a talk on a subject of which you know To Complete Model Highway To Lincoln Farm State Will Give Aid. little about. Because the first roads built Hodgenville, Ky. At a special meetdont come by your front door ing of the Hodgenville Business Men't shouldn't pub you against te work. There's bound to be a starter, your route will eventually be reached. Lagrange, Ky. A circular letter, signed by Judgeg. E. DeHaven, Justices Robert Malloiy, George P. Dick James C. Wade and George E. John ston, was recently sent to hundreds of Oldham county voters, with the ob ject of ascertaining their views on the proposition to Issue $100,000 in bonds purposes. So far only trying it. in testing the truth of for four of the many replies received have these claims, for if you are not opposed the plan. The East End Farmthoroughly satisfied the purchase ers' Club went on record as favoring the movement provided the expendi- price will be refunded by your ture of the money is properly guarded local dealer. and spent so as to benefit equally all In buying a can of Calumet parts of the county. road-buildin- Calumet is an absolutely sure bring powder of absolute purity. Mt. Vernon, Ky. It never fails to produce fully raised bakings that are tender and S3 temptingly delicious. For its wonderful leavening strength never varies. It's always uni form ulways unexcelled. Calumet costs a mere trifle more then cheap Big Can brands, but itit ttit it is decidedly more economical to use. For big bulk powders of inferior quality are never depend)NE SIX MONTHS able never certain. Consequent YEA R ly failure as frequently as success follows their use. So remember when tempted to save by securing greater baking powder bulk that tgpgjarryagMg - ygTTCTCTM - - irat you sacrifice quailiey and invite bake-dafailures that usually cost by many times the price of the Bak ing Powder. (NOT SUNDAY) Many Trust Brand BaKing Powders sell at a higher price than Calumet. But none possess the high quality of this excellent leavener as is conclusively proven AND by the fact that Calumet received highest awards World's Pure Food Exposition, Chicago; Paris Exposition, France, Marcn, 1912. To pay more than is asked for Regulsr Annual Bargain Period Limited to These Calumet simply means a useless waste of money. To pay less, Two Months. and obtain an inferior powder, means the useless waste of Baking Materials. ONE-HAL- F Order a can of Calumet, Save a subtantial sum on the price asked for Trust Brands when you buy it. Save tbe flour, sugar, butter and Subscription orders at this rate will be accepted eggs so often wasted bv Big Can only when sent through regular Courier-Journa- i Powders .when you use it. You Agent in this district. are safe in ordering Calumet, in n M 11 Peoples Bank &1&SI9I IS3.00 $1.75 ICourier - Journal Daily Mail y During January February Only JUST REGULAR PRICE : g JULIAN MILLER, MT. VERNON, KY. Courier Journal Co., Louisville, Ky. is made yout route would never be reached Come over on the peoples side for If no start p'ogress. What is the matter with us making a house to house campaign, see one another and discuss the Bond Issue, and trv to understand it; we are here to stay, and let us be honest with one another; we will meet each other in the f u ture; let us so live that we can look each otber in the face. --" TNr THFi mSTRTrr tinnPT ni? w WW w - THE UNITED STATES FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY -- Tin? actual proportion that the farmers will be requited to pay of the 100,000 bond issue, for good roadis, after the railroads, corporations and towns, are lined up for their part, is $20,000, on which will of course, accrue some interest, but fo- - ihs 20,000 the farmers get $100,000 worth of good roads and what is the outcome in advantages to everyone? It is incalculable. The Good Roads people of our county with the farmers ate right up to the point of a canvas from house to house by farmers who understand the situation and can explain it to his neighbor and others. We road people dont A'ant anything toldjbut the Truth. Tell the situation, quickly; tell the rutu. Explain all the points, M. O. Winfrey, Superintendent 'hen the good roads peoole will Middlesboro schools has a copy 'iave no fear as to the outcome. righted picture of ''good" and "bad" roads, which was used ir Post yourself on the Bond question. Don't misreprethe Bell connty campaign with Tell the expect to hav sent for or against. ood effect We this picture to run in our Rock TRUTH and there will be no fear of the outcome. fastle campaign. Is--u- ie In the Matter ") of In Bankruptcy. P. M. Moxev ) Richmond, Ky., To the creditors of B M. Moxey of Livingston;' the county of Rockcastle, and district aforesaid, a bankrupt. Notice is hereby given that on " February 3, i9i5 the saidF. M. Moxey was duly adjudged a bank rupt; and that the first meeting of his creditors will be held at the office of the undersigned referee in 2 p. m. Richmond? Ky March 2, 19I5, at at which time the said co have been angry because Butler creditors may attend, prove their altched his horse to a fence surround-.nhis (Hall's) house. claims, appoint a trustee, examine the Bankrupt, and transact such other business as may properly STOP THAr COUGH NOW come before said meeting. 25 cent Revenue Stamp must be put When you catch cold or bpgm to cough, the first thing to do is to on all powers of atty. take Dr Bell's A. R. BURNAM, Jr. It panetratesthe linings ot the Referee in Bankruptcy. Throat and Lungs and fights the germs of the disease, giving quick GasMn the stomach or bowels is a healing. "Our disagreeable symptom of a torpid relief and natural whole family depend on fever. To get rid of it quickly and colds," for coughs taKe tiErtBIiNE. it is a inarve-lou- s writes Mr. E. Williams, Hamilton liver stimulant and bowel Ohio. It always helps. 25c. at purifier. Price 50c. Sold by John your Druggist. Rcbins, Brodhead, Ky, g Pine-Tar-Honey. Pine-Tar-Hone- send the slip found in the one pound can to the Calumet Baking Powder Co., Advertising DepartORLANDO. ment, Chicago, 111., and you will receive one of their handsome 72 Virgil Hundley has returned page Cook Books, illustrations in club the citizens and farmers guaran colors, and a book that will be a from Snider and- Berea where he teed ?800 for building of the road from guide' to economy in the kitchen. has been visiting relatives for a Hodgenville to Lincoln farm, which Elizabeth Ball and few days. is the amount the county will be askMrs. Hettie, were very sick G. ed to duplicate. This with the state $100 REWARD, 100 aid will reach ?3,200. A committee is T. Johnson made a flying trip to soliciting subscriptions to build the The readers of this papt-- will be Berea first of the week and traded two miles between Hodgenville and pleased to learn that ther is at cows with Mr. Isaacs. W. I. Eliazabethtown which will require not disease that Dooley transferred the stock for more than $2,000, connecting the Lin- least one dreaded to cure in Way via science has been able coln farm with the Jackson and Isaac. Mrs. Stella all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Jolinson Elizabethtown. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the onlv Laswell has returned from Berea BOYLE WILL ASK STATE AID. positive cure now known to the where she has been visiting home medical fraternity. Catarrh being folks. Mrs. Jane Baker visited Danville, Ky. At a meeting of the a constitutional disease, requires her sister Pearl Ball, at Berea, a fiscal court here it was decided to ac- a constitutional treatment. Hall's cept state aid for the reconstruction of Catarrh Cure is taken internally, few days this week. Major Ball the turnpikes of the county. The pro has moved from Wildie here. rata allowed by law for Boyle county acting directly upon the blood and Major is a good citizen and we are of the svstem, is $12,000. The fiscal court appropri- mucous surfaces thereby destroying the foundation glad to have him back with us. ated $12,000 for reconstruction work giving the We are glad to write that uucle and will ask for a similar amount from of the disease, and by building up As 'the road mileage in patieJt strength the state. Boyle is small on account of the lim- the constitution and assisting na Joel Anglin is some better at this ited area of the county, it is believed ture in doing its work. The pro- writing. Uncle George Anderson all roads can be converted Into boule- prietors have so much faith in its of Booties Hollow is very sick and vards in the course of a few years. curative powers that they offer without a change-wil- l not last long The first road to be reconstructed will One Hundred Dollars for any ca?e and Miss Emma Anderson be the Stanford and Harrodsburg turnlist pike, which is a portion of the pro- that it flails to cure. Send for brother, George, are visiting their posed Boone Way from Cumberland of testimonisls. sister, Mrs. S. S. Ball, this week. Address: F. T. Cheney & Co., Gap to Louisville. The fiscal court Frank Anderson of East Bern-stadalso set aside $15,000 to be used for Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Daug gists, 75c. the repair of the pikes. Sunday on bis was here way to see his father, who is very HELD FOR MURDER. JANITOR sick. Mr. George Rader went to Monday to have his Richmond Pikeville, Ky. John Hall, negro janeyes treated. The prayer meet-ih- g itor of the Pikeville National bank is still progressing nicely at building, was followed into the hills this place We think the muddy and arrested by a posse of citizens and officers after he shot and killed Milton insure stock of Mer- roads will issue. the passage of Butler, brother of John E. Butler, Your . corresponthe bond irojninent lawyer, and former circuit chandise one dwell- dent will go to Wilaie today on :ourt judge. The killing took place it Butler's home. The negro Is said , business. r t, J. CJVleCLARY UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Stanford, Ky. 'C. Williams, KY. On 2rd. floor fo ATTORNFY-AT-LA- MT. VERNON. The Bank oi'Mt. Vernon, on Chnrch street. Special attention given to collections. Phone No. 80. RAT CORN FOR SALE "r KILLS mmm Alters ahdMics . ONE STORE IT MTJMIFIES THEM. Harmloss to human beings or live stock. Rid your place of these pest without smell or danger. Order a can today. Prices 50c and $1.00 can, 61b. Pail for $5.00 postage paid. Rat Corn is guaranteed to do all we say. And ing house 6 rooms, one half acre of land, W. Bush Nelson, Lexington Ky. situated in Maret-burg,- Ky I also have the Express Office and Ticket Office. Would exchange for a nice farm with: good buildcash and f ings or easy terms on remainder. Address, one-hal- y T. B. Dillingham, Maretburg. Ky. RECOGNIZED ADVANTAGES You will find that Chamberlain Cough Remedy has recognized advantages ovar most medicinest It in use for ooughs and colds. does not suppress a cough but loosens and reli ves it. It aids expectoration and opens the secre tions, which enables the system to throw off a cold. It counteracts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia. It contains no spium or other narcotic, and may be given to a child as confidently For sale by al fls to an adult. d,ealer$. Field Seed I have a iull line of grade field seeds whic am offering at very tractive prices If interested ask for samples and prices . W. Bush Nelson LEXINGTON. KY. run m mm nu move H. ivn. VlKINUN SIUNALi berC.shopMuihns willRovkca-,tl- his 10 the e bar- Parses ToHis Reward, o Mt. Vernon, Ky Feb. m 1, 1. 19 19 15 Wm Mullinc - on wilt 5l. 79 dp wan "No. 79" wnene toCoramunl-cotwltlx SIGNAL 79 UOUkSVLLC &. NASHVILLC R R CO. TIME TABLE. '22 acrtn 5.04. nortn IS south 21 South 4 p rn 3:56 a m i j n:3y a w 12:13 am Tas. Landrum, Agent. Phone No. 8. hntereti at the as Mt Vernon, s Ky. Postoffice htcond-cias- mail matter. PEK S0K AL Mrs. M. K Craig of Qu.iil section is reported very sick. Mrs. J. T. Proctor has been sick for several days but is improving. Bob Norton is reported very sick with fever at his home in the Wabd section. J. K. Craig and son, Ben, of Quail section, were here yesterday on business. Nathan McClure, aged about 55 of the Hansford section, died last week of pneumonia. Mrs. C. 0. Williams is rapidly recovering from the injuries received from a fall last week. who was reMrs. Cleo Brown week is better ported very sick last although not able to be out. Jack Wood, a son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H Wood has gone to Sheridan Lake, Colorado, for his health. A. C. Taylor, L & N. agent at Gum Sulphur, spent Saturday aud Sunday with homefolks at Ottawa. Aunt Harriatt Proctor, who has from a cancer on been suffering her breast for years, is very low and can not last many days. who has Mrs. Mary Williams y sick all winter, is been so ve-very much better and has been sitting up some lor : everal days. Miss Margurite Joues has returned to Cushmg, Oklahoma, alter spending a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Jones at Level Green, this county. . LOCAL . so have his prebSing establishment barber shop in uie vuaw bectiuu, uicu muuuaj next room to the morning of heart dropsy. The the same building burial took place at Providence Mt. Vernon qgain expressed her Wednesday. Kentucky Ahead. christian charitv, towards the by cortribu-tinh'ghting Europeans, James Tiutou, son of Mr. and enough monep to purchase Mrs. John M. Tipton, of Mt. Sterlabout Go New Testament for the ing, has established a world's recsoldiers of all nations at the front. ord on a telegraph wire, handling The morey. gv"? to the fund con- 909 messages in nine hours, an trolled bv the Editor of the Christ average of 101 messages an hour, ian Hera! J. Iters. J. M. Macniil-la- n and in one hour handled 116 mesand Mr. Yonug desire to con sages. The work was done at vev their thanks. the Chicago office of the Western Union Telegraph Oomp: ny, where Mt. Vernon Boys' Brigade. Mr. Tipton is on a fast wire. The B. B. of the community, Young Tipton has received conwill now meet on Tuesday after- gratulations from superintendents noon at the Graded School at 3 of every division of the company p.m . and not as heretofore on in the country. The world's Fridays champion telegraph operator was Everybody is advised to "get born and reaied in Mt.Sterling. next" to the advantages offered Montgomery County, Kentucky. by our companv. Rockcastle Baptists. We have three squads, each under the control of Messrs. John Every Church in the RockcasLandrum, Richard Coc and Ralph tle Baptist Association should Griffin, acting as jj.irge.ints. have at least one representative The officers of he company are: at the associational meeting of the Captain, Rev. J no. M. Macmillain Home, Foreign and State Mission Lieutenant. Prof. Irvine, interests at Livingston Thursday, Lieutenant Felix Bowman, February 25, 19I5. Morning, Meets every Tuesday 3 p.m. afternoon and night. g -1 Mr. T. C. Hamm, one of the old- ' est and most respected citizens of Much BeingSaidln hatSjSg3Ai- J, ST? Favor ot Bond Issue Conway, Ky., Feb. 13, 1915. AC is la o KISON r v w Dear Editor: I see LIVINGSTON PRES3Y1 IRIAN CHURCH. .riverv pastor, much is being said in favor of the new Bond Issue and I hope that I may not be considered the least interested or the last one on the list to be aroused by delay in stating my views on the subject. has been said in favor of it and if I should Iry, I do not believe I could give a single good reason why I should be or any one should be against this Issue. Our future prosteritv depends on our roads. How can we expect to advance without them. Is the question that confronts mt:. If we expect to hold our better class of people or to attract a better class of people to our county "we surely must improve our roads, so that instead of having only six months of the year that we can travel we can as easily have twelve months. I dont believe theie is a single rural free delivery in the countv, aud this due to poor roads. Think what the parcel post and rural free deliveries would be to S S. Supt., the us and our advancement as a M-uc- h Jllffi 2 a in n H HUH Is (ill Us (II iiUlilL -- v 3 3 9 m A r.A m ,! K- - ar m 1 w w fa &tb kt wih. you that these are the biggest values in America at the price. With any others at anywhere near our price will convince -- We get something new every day and our Spring display will be complete within a few days. Watch our windows for the new things to wear. ' We Stand By What You Buy " Minister, Rev. J no. M. Macmillan. The following services will be held next Sunday : Sabbath School, 10 a.m , Supt. Jo n Walton. Preaching Service, 11 a.m . Subject. 'The Hero of the Daily Walk " Preaching Service, 7.30 p m. Subject, "A Good Roads Proposal ' Mr. Macmillan will preach at night, subject by rpquest. and all people who are interested in the Good Roads question and the Bond Issue are strongly advised to attend If opposed to the Bond Issue, you are more strong-Iurged to attend Every R:ck-casll- e citizen should hear this serp mon. Mcfarland Memorial Lilian i.uurcn. Sunday : Sabbath School 9.45 a.m. Presby-- I The following services are on schedule for next week, beginning Supt. Mrs. Macmillain. Young Peoples Missionary Union, 4 p.m. Supt. Miss McCord. Christian Endeavor Society 6.30pm if Supt. Miss Stewart. Pe:'.usyiviiiia capitalists propose All young people are especially to reopeu the old and abandoned invited to attend these meetings. oil wells in Knox County, Ky. Prayer Meeting. Wednesday. $2.5o Fou Sale: Cow Peas at 7 30 p m. , Led by the Pastor per bushel. Christian Instruction Class, M. G. Fish. 2 i2-3Thursday, 4 p.m., held at the manse, led by the paster, Wanted: The man who has Rev. Jno M. Macmillain. oiy Level and Jack Plane to bring them home. No questions asked. -t. 2 5-- McKenzie. E. F. Bryant, depot agent at 31 J. B. parcel post.. Wrjh poor roads people will not go to church and children cannot Signed: A. J. Pike, Moderator of go to school, the result. is illiter acy and immorality. Ii we wish Rockcastle Baptist Association. developments J. W. Hilton, Chairman of to see wonderlul made agriculturially, 'our farms the Executive Board. producing twice as much, our hill D. Edgau Ai.len, Associational Representative of the for sides and mountains abounding in many varieties of lucious fruits if eign Mission Board. we want our children better edu cated, if we want better churches OUT OP THE MUD. and prosperity and happiness to all J3y Homer B. Wade. lets every man put a shoulder to Chairman the wheel and pushJRockcastleout Good Roads Committee. of the mud by voting for the bond National Farmers' Union. issue. Our time is too valuable to waste I wish to congratulate the good m traveling over bad road's. people of Mt. Vernon, especially (J ntil we have good roads wo will the members ot the Commercial not have bettei markets. Clnb, lor their untiring efforts for The cost of good roads is less than the advancement of our county the tax of .bad ones. and their determination to have -t Out of the mud hole and onto the better roads. With this kind ot men to push pike should be your slogan. Fortune lives onan improved high- and with good roads we are bound way, misfortune on a poor one. to succeed. Yours truly, growth of any community is The M A. CHAS TEEN. dependent upon good roads. Happiness, contentment and prosperity don't go with bad roads Even heathen countries realize the value of good highways. Road church officers and at least one active woman .should come from each church and any others who are interested in the Lord's work. A missionary from Mexico will be there and a number of strong speakers from this state, yon will be the loser if you Jail to come. No collections taken, it is for you and for the good of the Lords cause. countv. Just as our smaller towns and communities are connected to the. larger towns of the United States by the great telephone and telegraph systems, our county would thus be connected to the commerce of the whole country . by good roads, rural free deliveries and the -- The Home Notice Of Election Pursuant to the order of the Rockcastle County Court at the regular January term 1915, notice is hereby given that an election will be held in each of the voting precincts of Rockcastle County on tne 27th day of March 1915 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters ot Rockcastle County on the question whether said county shall issue bonds to an amount not exceeding $100,000 or for the purpose of building turn pikes in Rockcastle County. Thasaid order of election and the purpose thereof are fully set out in said order which is as fol- - j lows: f ood eiothes d y Mot L gfcgtg The Allen 34 When you pay $895 for an All n 34 you get $895 Price, $895 Study these facts The Allen 34 ha an .e, Alien 37 horsepower en-pir- wjrch of car. 1 You don' pay a cent for unnecessary overhead expense. We build integrity into every Allen automobile. Our organization is strong and permanent. We are in the automobile business to stay Our purpose is to make every Allen car do its part in upholding our reputation for giving the greatest possible value for the price we get. If you have been waiting until you could buy a strong, swift, safe, handsome car without paying a dollar more than its actual worth, the touring carat Allen 3r, 895, is the complete answer to your requirements. In style, finish, tovitr, Rockcastle County Court, Jan . Piue Hill, has secured the agency for the FORD motor car and expects in the near future to have models on display in our town. Boone Way Opera House, which has been running moving pictures for past year has added a stage and will put on vaudeville shows at various times by local and and much loved young women and traveling players. the daughter ot Mrs. Nannie In i889 there were 638 tax pay Branaman. The groom is one of ers in Rockcastle county and total Berea's splend d young men and is cents. one of the lirm of Hayes & taxation was 112499 The largest tax payer was Gen 1. Gott. The happy couple left imthe mediately on their honey moon. Wm. Smith, amount $19 smallest, Elizabeth Graves 10 cts. They expect to return to Berea for a few days, then go to Harlan S- - F. Bowman, County Court where Mr. Gott expects to go in Olerfc has bought from Jack Burk to business. Their many friends the restaurant next to Bank of Mt. extend hearty congratulations and Vernon. His brother, Henry, good wishes lor long and useful will run the business. Mr Bow- lives. man says he intends to make this restaurant and grocan Dr. S. 0. Davis, aged about 70 ery. years and one of the county's bes"t of Alabama LegisBoth Mud holes are civilization's greatest parasites. Abolish them. Mr. Durward M. Gott and Miss ". rli. una Aaams were united in mar- U nto another generation the bene fits of good roads will extend. riage at the home of the bride, Feb. 16th. The Rev. D. W. Brown Do deeds that will live after you. Boost and build roads. of the Methodist church officiating. The bride. charming in a Money To Loan. golden brown traveling suit and Applications received for loans carrying a shower boquet of bridal roses is one of Berea's well known from $100.00 to $10,000 00, on imit Adams Gott. proved andjunimproved town property and farm lands. Interest per cent straight. Interest payable annually or semiannually. Time: one to ten years. Appli8 j4; cants for loans will please give description, location, and valuation of property offered as security for loan. State improvements and valuation of same. We want County Representatives to receive applications for loans, appraise property, and serve as our exclusive representative. Attorney or real estate man preApplicants for loans, aud applicants for agencies positively required to furnish at least two charactet references and forward postage, five 2c stamps, for apnli-catio- n blanks, full particulars, and prompt reply. Write Southern Office, S mtheastorn Mortgage Loan Ass'n., Fourth JNationa1 Bank Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. 2 19 3t. ferred. up-to-da- te houses lature passed a bill over the Governor's veto which prohibits newspapers publisht in the State of Alabama from printing whiskey advertisements and seeks to bar newspapers from entering the state whioh contain such advertisements. Service at Christian Church For Sunday Sunday School 9.45 Preaching 11 a. m. Subject, "Fidelity's Crown." Christian Endeavor 6.30 p. m Subject, "Favorite Chapter of the Bible and Why. Preaching 7.30, Subject, "Sorrow's Crown of Soirow." known citizens and physicians died Tuesday night at his home on Main street, after an illness lasting more than two years. About two years ago the deceased underwent an operation from which he never recovered, which togeiher with the disease of diabetis, the immediate cause of his death, made all efforts of relief of no avail. The deceased is survived by two sons, Chas. C and W..T. Davis, one daughter, Mrs. Oscar Wallin, and one brother, County Supt. W. A. B. Davis. The burial took place yesterday afternoon at Elmwood cemetery after short services at the Prave conducted by Rev. Young, of tne Christian church. Childrn's Coughs Children's Colds Both are Bad Pine-Tar-Honey When one of your little ones shows symptons of an approaching cold, give it Dr. Bell's at once. It acts quickly, and prevents the cold growing worse. Very healing soothes me L.ungs, loosens the mucous, strengthens the system. It's guaranteed. Only 25c. at vour druggist. Buy a bottle today. Bocklen's Arnica Salve for Sores, appearing that a petition' signed by more than one hundred' who are j and fifty legal voters, tree holders of Rockcastle county, t was tiled in the office of the Clerk ' of the Rockcastle County Court, and with the udge thereof, on 1 f the 25th day of January 1915 askoy lore ing that an election be held in said county, March 27, 1915, for the'1 purpose of submitting to the legal to One voters said county the question of , whether the Fiscal Court of said county, shall issue and sell the' bonds ot said county in an amount IN BELL not to exceed $100,000. Said Bonds to be sold and the pro-ceeds arising therefrom to be used The 250,000 road bond election in building and constructing turnheld here last Saturday carried by pikes in Rockcastle County and a majority of over ten to one, through territory hereinafter des breaking all records for- - a unani- ignated by the said Fiscal court mous vote" upon any question in and State ,Road Department and Bell county. The totalr - vote in the Court being sufficiently advisthe county was 3.866 for the bond ed, now Orders that said election issue and only 375 against the is- be held at the tjme and for pursuing of bonds. Middlesbore and pose stated in said petition and the Yellow Creek Valley made a that Cam Mullins, Sheriff, of fine showing, rolling up 1871 votes Uockcastle County, be and he is for the bond issue- - and only u hereby direoted to cause a poll to votes against it. It was almost a be opened and an election to be held in the County of Rockcastle. unanimous vote. Judge Asher informs, us that in On the 27th day of March 1.915. order to make no mistake and to And he will cause the polls be regular and O K. opened in each and all of the vota 'friendly suit will betc.brought ing precincts in said county; and and tested out in the Court of Ap- he is directed to advertise said peals to see that everything is legal election and the object thereof at and proper and according to least 30 days next before the day "Helve." He said this will be thereof in some newspaper having done as quickly as possible and the largest circulation in the work would start upon the various county also by printed handbills posted up at than four roads in Bell county by May first, public public not lessin each voting places and the people could be assured precinct in the County and at the of thair completion by the first of Court house door. All legal voters next year. Judge Asher is very of said County shall be privileged thankful for the large vote cast in to vote 'at said election. iavor of this bond issue and says Copy Attest: the people never will vrregret beS. F. BOWMAN, Cler.k. stowing this confidenceupon him Given under my hand as Sheriff and that there will be no figure of Rockcastle County, this the manipulating and misappropria- 17th day of February 1915. tion of the county's funds. CAM MULLINS. Three States. buena of Rockcastle County. uary lerm 1915. It Bonds Issue 1 Larries n floating axle, mohair top ami leather upholstery, Warner transmission and d steering pear, expanddrive, ing brakes, 110 -- inch whcelbae, demountable rims, aluminum crank case and aluminum trans-miuicase, full equipment of electric lights and electric starter. Tlie weight of the cir U 23W) lbs., which. v.ith the power of the motor, insures economy of operation. We build five other models, three roadster and Wo touring cars, renfitag in prfco from SS75 to SI395. left-han12-Inon Weston -- Mott Than Ten economy of operation, equipment, serviceable qualities and price, Allen cars take the lead Kenton Motors Co. "iSSSvSSr. Factory Representatives for. Southern Ohio, adjacent West Virginia Territory, Southern Indiana and entire State of Kentucky ! COUNTY 1 Dealers: Write or wiro for agency proposition GO SOUTH TrilS WINTER Go where fair skies, ideal weather, and outdoor enjoyment lispel all thought of winter's discomfort. WINTER TOURIST FARES NOW AVAILABLE VIA TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH INCLUDING FLORIDA, "LAND NEW ORLEANS, PANAMA AND OF THE SKY." LONG RETURN LIMIT; R STOP-OVE- TICKETS ON SALE DAILY, ATTRACTIVE have-everythin- PRIVILEGES. EQUIPMENT, SERVICSANDSCENERY UNSURPASSED. For details consult any Ticket Agent or write H. C. KING, Passengsr and Ticket Agent, 131 East Main SL, Lexington, Ky. 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AIDS RUSSIAN ARMIES Petrograd Experts Assert They Check Advance of Germans NEW LINE IS "IMPREGIfABtt" Eighty Thousand of Czar's Troops Beaten and Routed in .Great Battle of Delatyn, According to Vienna NO COMPROMISE HOPEWELL GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER Brodhead COMPLETE 0 Ky LINE : & Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele .Jte&&ti phone oroers rrompuy Filled &&cy&frr.yr.82: y&te&fa&&DC&pa i nwaiMwu un-umi- immiimm iiii iiwiiiirwfiiiiiiBW I w tr.1,. '" wwsg . ilj Statements. By FRANCIS LAVELLE MURRAY. International News Service Correspondent. Petrograd. Feb. 17. Warmer" weather has again come to the .aid of the Russians, .who have retired from East Prussia to, the shelter of fortified posiUr lilU' f CUcl1 '0ilHket 9 tions on their own soil before the is UIleXtfe ll k1 "lerco attacks of the great army Hand-mad- e Coffins furaislie J M) iiassed by General von fllndenburg. SmC'SOW md as a result it is .predicted by observers here that the new Hearse sent to all parts of 'JJJ Teutonic invasion of Russia will end '"-- ' x'i--i:?J?-ZS-v- ii 'n a complete collapse. tf A thaw has set in in the northern I by Wire trena and conditions similar to those which resulted in the: defeat of the S5xW i Germans on the Niemen a few months LS .go again prevail. The soil that had been frozen by the terrific cold of Ml". VERXOX, KY. Phone 94-January has again turned to swamp, tnd the Germans will be unable to ransport their artillery. It was their lack of guns that forced them to retreat from Suwalki and Augustowo on their previous invasion. Think Russian Rear Is Safe. The fear openly expressed "n some quarters that the German advance northeast from Lyck.and the llazurlan akes region might strike at "the rear jf the Russians at .Warsaw and com pel the evacuation of that city and the fortress of Novo Georgevsk Is declared to be baseless by the war expert of the Bourse Gazette. "The positions ofjhe Russians along the Bobr and Narew rivers are YA TMJ rriT irr ii . 3 he says. "Supported by he fortresses of, Ossowjcq.. Loniza and Pultusk, the RuaBlans can defy every H.,,fifflT.".raffl", .w.i11'' 'T, attempt to cross the natural barriers Li., i...:,ii' ......ii::iM!i.u i.:i:i.:,.ili.:,.;!ii:;.!,.,:;i!l!!linl inn ,ii 'ormed by those streams." li Latest reports from the Carpathians i how that hard fighting continue . r n Tlf? T V7 97 '.here, with the force.' rying to shatter the Russian fron without any effect. The situation in Bukowina is declared by the war of tice to be unchanged. Big Teuton Victory at Delatyn. By STEVEN BURNETT. 'nternatioiiiil News Service Correspondent TEN-CEN- T can of Babbitt's Vienna, via Berlin and Amsterdam pure lye is paid insurance against 'i'eb. 17. Eighty thousand Russiai troops were defeated in the battle o dirt or germs: guaranteeing clean Delatyn on Saturday, and driven r sinks, and rout through Nadwerna and back to and ward Stanislau. It Is officially report sanitary conditions in the home, and ed in dispatches received at the wa e i?tt0m -- $ UlfWfhi Allordars S 30jm? 3 J& i mill-rar- y """j Promptly Filled J 2J'ffl Clara Carmical of this place, spent Tuesday with Mrs. J. B. ON FOODSTUFFS Cummins at Mt. Vernon. Married, Feb. 9th. A. M. Proctor of SAYS ENGLAND Pine Hill, and Miss Sarah Payne of this place. M r. Proctor is a son of Mr. Rolie Proctor and Germany's Proposal Is Rejected Miss Payne is a daughter of Mr Teed Payne. Wm. Hay?s of this In Its Entirety by the place, has moved to Hanstord and British Cabinet. John Taylor of Mt. Vernon, has i moved to the house vacated by BLOCKADE ORDER EXPECTED Mr. Hayes. Raymond, the four year old son of Milt Rash is num- 'bered with the sick. Some of ihe Government Organ Declares Time for boys played quite a rough joke on Bargaining Passed United States Mr. Alex Singleton a few nights Likely to Oppose Rule Making ago by shooting his window lights Food Absolute Contraband. all out. The farmers in this By HERBERT TEMPLE. neighborhood have been taking International News Service Correspondent London, Feb. 17. Germany's pro- advantage ol the few pretty days posal that England abandon her and several of them have comupon foodstuffs consigned to mence to plow. Married, Feb. 10 German civilians in return for Germany calling off her submarine cam Mr. Alex Singleton, aged forty-fiv- e paign against English merchant ship-in- to a Miss Mink, aged I7. Rev. was presented to the cabinet at an Barnes is a little bptter at this extraordinary session by Foreign Sectime. The Sunday school at this retary Grey. According to reliable reports the German proposal was reject- place is piogressing quite well ed in its entirety. with Bro. Robert Harmon as At the conclusion of the cabinet Superintendent and Bro. Rile meeting it was announced that King Lillie Pitman George would hold a privy council at Rash and Miss which it was expected that the king teachers. Mrs. George Barnes would sign a proclamation prohibiting and sni-il- l son. are both on the the transportation of foodstuffs to GerCarmical was many and setting forth the various re- sick list. Rev. taliatory methods adopted against elected pastor of Mt Pleasant Germany because of its threatened church for the year i9tf). em-barg- Children Cry for Fletcher's llf:K1 til fs Just-as-good h The Kind You Have Always TJonght, and which has been has borne the signature oC in use for over SO and has been made under his per- sonal supervision since its infancy. 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Two entire Russian corps were over vhelmed by the troop? hat advanced through Pantyr anf rabIonica passes. In a night attacl he allied troops destroyed wire en anglements about the Russian posi ions and opened their main attac' it dawn on Saturday. The Russian vere compelled to withdraw after p :lx hour fight. The retreating Russians made a ast stand at Hill 431, at the bottom o hose northern slopes Nadworna is lo ated. Attacking under "the fire of thf Russian artillery, the Austrian an" ierman troops captured the hill anr 'rove the Russians down the north m slope into Nadworna. fighting in the Btreets f Nadworna lasted for three hours .leantime the cavalry drcling the town, struck the columns )f troops leaving there for Stanisla nd captured hundreds. They cut of he retreat of the Russian soldiers stil u the town and all wercs forced tc .urrender. The Austrlans claim to have takeii ,000 prisoners, and they counted nore than 2,000 dead along the road Austro-German After Sir Edward Grey had presented to the cabinet the proposition of IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF compromise made by Germany the THE UNITED STATES members were informed by Winston FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF Spencer Churchill, head of the admiralty, of the plans that had been made KENTUCKY to retaliate against Germany. These In the Matter ) are understod to include a blockade of ot Mn Bankruptcy the German coast. Wm. L.Overbay ) Time for Bargaining Has Passed. Richmond, Ky. The Westminster Gazette, which To the creditors of Wm. L. voices the opinion of the cabinet, announces that the time for bargaining Overbay of Pine Hill, in the counhas passed. ty of Rockcastle, and district "Germany must understand that we are not going to be driven from the aforesaid, a bankrupt. legitimate strokes of war by threats Notice is hereby given that on to commit piracy and murder unless February I3, 19i5 the said Wm. we submit to her views," says an offL. Overbay was duly adjudged a icially inspired editorial in the government organ. "Her actions in this re- bankrupt; and that the first meetspect is a threat not only to us, but to ing of his creditors will be held at all neutral powers. the office of the undersigned ref "There is nothing in the war com parable with her calm intimation to eree in Richmond, Ky. March 2, those that they must look out for their 1915 at 2 p. m. at which time the own safety when she chooses to dis- said creditors may attend, prove charge a torpedo. their claims, appoint a trustee ex"That is one of the issues that must finally be cleared up. There is amine the Bankrupt, and uo more room ,for bluffing or bargain- such other buainess jislnjay'prTJnir-l- y ing." come before said meeting. 25 Announcement was made that Preent Stamp must De on each mier Asqulth will be asked in parlia-nen- t WHEN YOU WANT Genera! Merchandise Farm Implements CO TO linsa3t JONAS 'McKENZIE THE Chas. C. Davis whether the, government will onslder the establishment of a joint rize court consisting of representa ives of Britain and the United States vith a view of avoiding a recurrencf f the dispute between the two coun ries in connection with neutral trade power of atty A. R. BURNAM, Jr. Referee in Bankruptcy. QUO RLIASLB Mt. Vernon, Ky. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of execution No 791 directed to me. which issued, from the Clerk's office of the Rockcastle -- Hand-to-han- d Austro-Germa- n H E3j Hotel Henry Watterson LOUISVILLE, hotel. Sciatica, Neuralgia and kindred troubles. It noes rieht to the spot, stops the aches and pains and makes life worth living. Get a bottle of today. A booklet with rom Delatyn to Nadworna. They be ieve that in the day's fighting thr tussians lost more than 13,000 men 30MB KILLS BULGAR NOBLES Two Dead and Ten Hurt by Explosion at a Mask Ball in Sofia. London, Feb. 17. Two members of the Bulgarian aristocracy are reported to have been killed and ten others injured when a bomb was exploded at a mask ball In Sofia. This information was received in a radiogram from Berlin, the German and Bulgarian capitals being in close communication at present. One of the victims is reported to have been a former Bulgarian minister of war; another a daughter of the present Bulgarian minister of war. 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Great Britain and Germany are ckeying for a strategic position in te diplomatic game that is to follow, ermany has offered to withdraw her ar zone declaration if Great Britain illallow the Wilhelmlna to reach a erman port. Great Britain contends hat theWilhelmina's cargo has been iiade absolute contraband by the of the German government com-nandeeri- Circuit Court, in favor of Robert Owens against Knobs Essential Oil Co., I, or one of my deputies, will on the 22nd day of February, liminates entirely conditional contra-anfrom neutral ships in time of 19 15, between the hours of 9 var. o'clock a.m., and 3 o'clock p.m., The representations made to Great Iritain in the Wilhelmlna case will at Brodhead, Ky., Rockcastl ring this Issue to a focus. It is un- county, Kentucky, expose at puberstood in Washington that Great lic sale to the highest bidder the rltain will seize the cargo of the Wii clmina on account of the German following property (or so much ar zone declaration, and will at the thereof as may be necessary to trae time issue a statement of hei satisfy the amount of Plaintiff's olicy practically instituting a block debt, interest and cost), : de of the entire German coast. g ($601.10) A lot of machinery It is now evident that Great Britain tends to keep all American food- of boiler, vats, stump puluffs out of Germany, and the Ameri lers and all of said machinery n government Is preparing to ques pertaining to the manufacturing .on the British right to keep such im ortations from the civilian popula-o- of sassafras oil. Levied upon as of the German empire. be property of Knobs Essential evi-!enc- America Likely to Oppose. Washington, Feb. 17. The new doc rine soon to be promulgated by Great iritain making foodstuffs absolute ontraband is expected to be opposed ly the United States. There is that 'the state department win "ispute any pronouncement which Drugs We are determined to give our patrons better servics this year than any before Our motto is " improve on everything every minute' Anybody will show you where we are. d - to-w- it con--istin- Oil Co. Yours respectfully de-re- e all foodstuffs. n reply Germany has offered rigid guaranty s" ROOM PRICES front. Developments In the case will not come until the prize court makes a decision in regard to the Wilhelmlna's cargo. When that Is done the American position, will be made known. Fire in an Omaha Landmark. Omaha, Neb., Feb. 17. The upper three floors of the Board of Trade buildlnc were damaged to the extent of $50,000 by fire. The building, one of the landmarks of the. city, is in the heart of the business district. ' The fire started In the. kitchen of the club on the top floor. Uni-rersl- hat all imported foodstuffs will go olely to noncombatants. Great 3rltaln replies that even if this were true it merely releases other food stuffs for the use of troops at the Terms: Sale will be made on a credit of thres months; band with approved security required bearing interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum from day of sale, and having the force and effect of a judgment. This third day of Februarv,i9i5 Cam Mui.lins, Sheriff R. C. By Dee Cummins, D.S A child that has intestinal worms is handiciDDed in its growth. A few doses of White's impro.-esand CHAS C DAVIS Qhone No. 39 Cream Nermifuge destroys and expels worms: the child immedt-atrl- y fully. Price 25c per bottle Sold by Jonn Robins. Bndhead, Ky. thrives wonder- With running water and private toilet $1 per day With private bath $1.50 up to $3.00 per day Large sample rtcmt with prkate bath $2.50 to $3.50 per day. 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