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VERNOiN, ROCKCASTLE COUJST', NOVEMJiEK 5, 1915 MM READY-TO-WEA- R J f SPECIALS Ladies' & MILLINERY SUITS READY-TO-WEA- R Mens SHOES than now by furnishing them the biggest possible value in obligations to the public g we so Never were to fulfillwell our church the 3rd Saturday evening I to learn Fred got no nfws in and Sunday morning in this mouth Louisville that would have a tenEverybody are cordially invited dency to increase his size. to attend these services. Mr. MAKUTBURG. It iS very amazing to listen to Lunsford is a young minister and the Brodhead democrats console a school teacher, and is said to be (Delayed Letter) themselves by offering various ex a fine speaker. Mrs. Mollie Fain The Rev. J. 0. Sovard of enses why the idolized A. O. Stan and Mrs. Mary Clouse, of Lanrevival ley did not poll a greater vote last caster, were guests of the fami'y week. Miss An,ie this Tuesday. Some say the Catho- of J. W. Tate last week, beinc Hunt returned, home Suuday after lics did not support hiui, others cousins ot the fat man.- - Misses spendiug a week with friends at that the German American citi- Joe Davis, Ardilla Brown and Crab Orchard. Mrs. Sarah Wallzens voted against him, others Emma Davis and Charles L Davis at Poplar er? attended chureh that the Temperance folks knifed of Mt Vernon, were the guests of Grove Sunday. Misses Dessie him while others are conscien Mr. and Mrs. Walter "Robins Hptp ThomDSon and Iva Hunt of tiuu tious enough to admit that the last Sunday, The Lodies.Aid So Wednesday Bud section spent party had no confidence in him. ciety of the Brodhead Christian night with Mrs. Saiah Wallen and It is a well known fact, however, churce served soup. on election day attended church here. Mrs. Carthat no Democrats in the United and were well pleased with the ter of Stanford, visited her graud-daughtStates takes a defeat, or a scarce receipts of the day Mrs. Charles Bethurura more seriously than those living Attornev J. W. Brown was in a few davs last week. The threshin Brodhead. It is just like this, town a few hours Tuesday. The ing machine visited this section of you will see "great big" robust election passed off quietly. Had the county this week again threshmen, almost in a giants class on it not been for the increased num- ing buckwheat. The school rally the day alter the election hobbling ber in town, one would hardly day here lat Friday, was well atabout town on a new wa'king cane have known anything out of the tended and enjoyed by all present kept especially for emergencies of ordinary was going on The folMiss Dessie Thompson, who is this character, and looking like lowing gentlemen were elected teaching at Red Bud came over corpses. We hardly think the reof our town Tuesday: J. G. Friday, bringing her pupils and sult of Tuesday is the cause of all Fri-.h- . John Riddle, R. H. Hamm, some of the parents and everyone these weakened conditions that A M Hiatt and Rev. A. J. Pike. expressed their appreciation of our friends are heir to, but pre- "Candy' Jim Owens was elected being so beautifully entertained. dict that they feel themselves slip marshal over Jop Albright by one I believe in a spirit Ot ping, realizing that they wilt be vote, although his name was not among the and sociability completely enveloped in the "Re printed on the bnllot. W. A. Ty- schools. Why not have more of publican Land Slide" that will ree, R. S. Snivel, W. H. Barue-- : it? It increases enthusiasm and take place in i916. Mr. and Mrs. and J. M. Adrms were defeated school work as nothing J. M. Cress and family, of Preach- for trustees by a small majority. interes t in else will do ers ville, were the guests of Mr. Fred Durham was on Tuesday's ind Mrs A. M. Hiatt one day last afternoon train on his way to week The Rev J. F. Lunsford Louisville to get election returns, FOR FLETCHER'S will hold services at t'jc Christian but from what we have been able ser-v'ces'he'- re er rs Children Cry FOR MEN AND WO WEN. Our show-inthis FALL exceeds all previous efforts to give you the most for your money, and each and every sale bears the silent but impressive J ;ijrr;ijf!s;??it ::::: BAKER'S .. j.ii CAST.ORIA t: tin ::::: :::. MT. VERNON KENTUCKY 9 testimony that our READY-TO-WEA- R business has been the largest in this town, strictly on honor.behind every transaction.- - Buy your whole outfit here, it will pay you big. SUITS beautifully designed, SHOES with international reputation UTTON & MCREE X TUESDAY'S VOTE IN ROCKCASTLE Governor Prectucf. 13 W I M We Greatest Sale Beg To Advise That We Have Bought CKHH At a lift FOR CASH Discount-Much Below.Cost of Men's and Circuit Judge S o t u o 169 192 s o C3 W i- o m 161 169 03 a c O 37 Cam Mullius was in town Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baker of Mt Vernon, have returned home after a few days visit with, Mrs. Baker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Ponder. U. V. Jarret. of ' y ,.!k A Great Lot of Merchandise consisting - Boy's Suits, Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes and Slippers, Dry Goods, Ladies', Misses' and Childrens House Dresses, &c &c V - East Mt. Vernon West Mt. Vernon Roundstone Scaffold Cane Crooked Creek 92 J31 58 30 183 127 Orlaudo Livingston Walnut Grove Browns Brodhead Powers Pine Hill ' 27 Oa 15 89 2O8 95 155 94 42 36 85 158 14o I83 I61 6J i22 I18 7o 173 1 i4 1 89 65 135 174 1 i2o 88 1 54 27 80 92 99 o 11 192 99 10S 22 7 81 77 88 155 83 67 1416 223 83 260 7 iq7 79 78 o 8 39 . 86 56 79 1569 Magee, of CormV, was here Tues772 224 i327 For tlie various minor state offices, the vote was practically the day to vote. W. A. Rice, who is engineer on the Rockcastle River sitne as for the h ads of the tickets. The Progressives cast 6 votes in the county ; the bocialists 3 and R. R., was here Tuesday. the Prohibit! .11 ti.-kt-t i3 "For Constitutional Amendments the votes cast In the county are HOWvS THIS? as follows : Total Major.iy 917 I689 ll92 242 Berea, agent f r the Standard Wheel Co.. was here Tuesday and will make this point regular. Newtou Hodge is on the sick list this week. The election oassed off quietly at this place. No drunks and hardly a loud word spoken. When we set our heads you can't beat us for peace is the newly elected council: I. W. Catlin, T. C. Welch, J. B. Hayse, J. VV. Terry and Oscar Argenbright. W. N. Riggs was election marshal. H. D. Pol-lowing w ' Hi I And We Have Added Thereto Volumns of Merchandise Of Our Own, it being our intention to make s Greatest Selling Event in the History of the Trade. Prices will be this by far the named that will make new Low Records, and no Live Money Saver can afford to miss this opportunity. I ii OUR . STORE WILL BE Brim Full of Bargains EVERYTHING SOLD We offer one hundred dollars No 1, Yes 156; No 4o3. reward for any case of catarrh No. 2, Yes 176; No 297 The stock law.for East Mt: Vernon precinct, No 52, Yes 115. that cannot be cured by Hall's (The manner in which the question appeared on the ballot, "Yes" Catarrh cure. F. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo, O. means again t the S'ock law and "No' for it. BOYS! Have your mother bring you here for t'lat new Fall Suit. Our Boy's Suits are guaranteed to wear Come.and See Them. AT A SACRIFICE It. would take this entire paper, were we to name each 1 LjVMQSIS)F1 (( jj tives at Mt. Vernon and Buckeye D.,B. Rambo was in Stanford, Born to the wife of M.H. Marsh Tuesdey and Wednesday. Mrs. banks, a fine girl. Nov. 1st. National Bank of Commerce, Mrs. David Smith is very sick at Sarah B. Hall, who has been very, Toledo, Ohio. this writing. W. A. Warren has sick Ls greatly improved. W. Hairs Catarrh Puta ic l ', moved his boarding cars to this T. McCullongh, of Labanon, J; place, as he has quite a lot of rfhy-Mr-a- Dd work to do here Mrs Earl Rice, MrfcA0 returned the 'Sytem. Testimonials sent of Lebanon Junction, has returned SsvulJ-jTESold "P-bot- tl, home after a few days visit with tr? Te' bv a11 druggists. 1 Take Halls 1 . Jier .parents, Dr and Mrs. W. T. f . fam51 Pills for Constipation. Ainyx. A. T. Feathers, who has ...wwU.w .AUA .n 0 . xy VVULUH L, ibeen section foreman here has the hustling salesman, of London, taken a section at New Hope and was with our merchants Tuesday. 'has moved his family to that L. H. Davis is doing a rushing JM. FLETCHER'S W. R. Hanks has taken business with his mill. "j&jpoint. Sheriff -- the section here. G. S. Griffin aod daughter, Miss Jalette, have returned liom a visit with rela- - We the undersigned haveknown F. J. Cheney for the last fiften years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. item we have to offer you, so we must content our--selves by saying, "COME AND SEE' Don't Fail to see Our Big Stock of Clothing new and at nearly One-ha-lf Priee. SHOES and SLIPPERS at eLss than Cost to make up Carpets and Matting Druggets and Rugs for less up-to-d- ate Z !" was'.ii ed;rruco,s.Lrof Our Motto'-- "SELL IT FOR LESS The Store .. I".i EZE forBo)s jaB 1. , T" " . Children Cry CAST.ORIA anaVstrengihen thedJgestionV saie oy all de&Ies. IMPORTANT Bear in.. mind that rt,o,k. r 2IT!" . """uoi-i. i:-- i S IIU taOIUS not Onlw mntri. tK bowels but improve the- - appetite "J?" MT. VERNON KENTUCKY 1 UK BAKER'S :::.:::::::::: x Fbr Ttt;? ; xJ :s : :s 1 : :s :: s :;:.... i .:::;:: j "S5SS2SSS2 x ::: .. ;, t ., : : ; ; ZSIS!!!S22 -- ; . .?:?f f ar-is- s fr,.."a,--- rs Tsr.- r &ia isiirtp!ittM3mmtmm turn "-- - . - k . ip f ."--3-- .'i - TTrP7M55Syj Ml . VERNON IlGNAL -S- S- FfernAV, Nov. 5j iri Yof It tile pr tf bbsfeH uett StSlE Constitution v as rejected by a majority of approximately 4cJv ill &eW f'sy a i XHEvLouisville o"i i- Times haS this t- Mn. SssiJSJSX ramumx the result: i- ooo. .New. PuhUslud every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. OBSCRIPriOK ) IS YRA.R factor la elections. 'a doubtful Slate, : pie most of all want the vote against gori' jo Massachusetts' hnient. In turning $t.o suffrage showed a majority of 132- rn,jj tut1 f. nocratic to the f :r the ballot b a majority of ap- jproxiuiHici, uu.uiiu. - York denied woman's plea no by. whn the R gster or t,..e Log Cabin is the he - h K. 1 1 Ai i- -! be-Cau- -ii Reputation Props Ads. as Advertisemint for Bids OFFICE OP THE FISCAL COURT OF ROCKCASTLE; Sealed proposals addressed to the Fiscal Court of Rockcastle Cornty for the construction of that part of the road leading to the Madison County line from Mt. Vernon, Ky., between Mt. Vernon and Roundstone station, known as State Aid road No 43, will bs received up to noon November 9, 1915 and will be publicly opened and read at 1 o'clock p. m. on said date. The plans and specifications for said road may be seen at the office of the Clerk of the Rockcastle County Ootrt in Mt. Vernon, having been approved by the Fiscal Court of .ockcastle County and the Commissioner of Public Roads, and bids u ust be for the work done in accordance" with said plans and specifi- iti- ns The road is approximately seven miles. bids will be received on the wTork as a whole, or for the first three out ot Mt. Vernon, or for each mile separately. Bids will also .i e e eived on grading and macadamizing of said road srparately, in g me divisions just set out The said Fiscal Court reserves the o reject any and all bids. r Before contracts are binding on the first parties they must receive ihe aj proval of tho Commissioner of Public Roads. Each bid must e ..ccompauied by cash or certified chec, payable at sight to the or-- l the County Treasurer for 5 per cent of the arxrount of the pro- sal, which check shall be held until the execution of the con -- u o82 Advertising rates maae know application Pennsylvania's returns were Aam in coining ii, but indicated .hat the majority against suffrage wou be less than first figures in on 111 Hisiimates bas-ed cated MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATWK molete returns forecast defeai : the amendment by from 50,000 o 4HH' B'l.o. lauimany Haii triumphed ii New York City la the election if a iiamed eoild hive don. a Well D strict Attorney for the first If the part) is to r- - tain power, if time in fifteen years, the Sheriff he State is to be made content of Ntw York conntv and a maj h With condit ons, i: is imperative ity of the Bo.ird of A'dermen hai pledges made shall be pledges The rcjutly organized Ken The Democra s apparently e'.ect Boone ept. tucky LJhfldren 'Daniel ed a Governor in Maryland audar Kentucky has elected Mr. S. an League, ap LouisviUe. v'ine obpledges o entire State t'eket, besides a ma lw-- 11 't primarily became he is a ject is meant for givirg y, party, they have only experienced a change fr-the ser to the greater But if the vote of yesterday proves any th tig ii is ihat the p op'o are by n. nen a unit in ih ir satisfac tion with t sii g c ndi'i ns Mr. btuniov ras won, but by a narrow ii'-c"It is d ubtf'i' f any otlu r nun the party !).& h-- s n y Let us build you an inch ad. in this paper: a column ad., a page ad., or No! 9 any old size ad. tell forceful Said 19 Jaiumet!"JT if LOf BrN Qq PSn OGi JQu jQQ I Let it in terms: I What ycu've got to sell What it's worth Why it's best at that price 1. 1 )3a "I want what I ask for POf HJXl I know what it would Jqq Osj mean to go home without DQl AScj it. Kentuckians to us- - "JCentuc'-sy-mad- e jonty'in the State Legislature. products," as far as practicable, has made ilr. James Maret. of Mt Vernon, cheli houorar prasident In conferring upon him this luinor the lOmmttttH uj-et- l the fn' lowing language: "On accOnt of your untiring efforts and brve tight of three veirs pas', to gel a highway thru the Cumberiuiids. ai.d m tecogni- tion of and as all expression of the profound admiration we have for your achie vera cut in practical ly creating the Boone Way, this organization proffers you the position f Honorary President with the hoDe of vour acceptance, and our assu ranee that you will be the only adult in the state so IgnorOur townsman accepted ed. " the proffered po ition. The Kentucke Gazette, establish at Lexington in 1784, and recently revived in Louisville, will be the organ of the Kentucky Childrens Daniel Boone League GET RID OF THOSE POISONS Mrs. Emma Henle Says" RelitJ Was an AgreeablelSurprise to Her IN YOUR SYSTEM. A monument was dedicated in You wili find Dr. King's New the Bryan cemetery at Marthas-wil- Live Pills a most satisfacsr laxLouisville, Ky., Nov 4, 1915. Mo , on October 29. at the ative in releasing the poison lrom Mrs Emma Henle, of I549 Ken original grave of Daniel Boone your system. Accumulated was! tucky Street, Louisville, declared and his wife Rebecca Bryan and poisons cause manifold ail- recently that she had little faith Boone whose remains were re- ments uuless released. Dizziness in Tanlac when she began taking before the eyes, blackutss it, but after few doses she noteu moved to Kentucky in 1845. The spots and a miserable feeling generally spot in the cemetery at Mathas are indications that you need Di a remarkable chuange in her conville was selected by the frontiers King's New Ltfu Pills. Tate a dition. I bad suffered for years with man for Ins burial place. Boone dose to night and you will experi made his own coffiu some years ence greattul relief by morniug. kidney trouble and rheumatism," she said recently,: "At times the before he died and often got in 0 25c pjin was to ban 1 could hardly it to "see if it fitted him." THE WORLD OVER. stand it. I ead uo appetite and great deal of sleep My friend Judge Hobson says he believes Maintenance of prisoners in lost a became alarmed adout me. My that good roads add more to liUr England costs $2,33o,ooo a year. nerves were in a dr.adeul shape man progress than any other one The pigs of Morocco have and I had no strength. cause. learned to clin b trees in search of "I decidtd to try Taulac bea man is afraid to say it him nuts. If cause I beardso many people say self he nearly slways asks a newsin Sodus, N. M., are it had Helped them., I am f rank Canners paper to do it for him. using the kernels of the cherry te say I didn't expect it would do There were only 364 days in seeds to give flavor to the canned much good, but in that I was fruit agreeable surprised. I had been the year i7s4. The school chi'.dren of the sing- taking it a very short time when le tax colony at Arden, Del., go my appetite came back. I sleep Tuesday's Vole In Other and come to school as ..they desire, as peacefully now as a baby, and States. and do the work that pleases have gained strength and weight I really feel like a different per In addition to defeating the suf them. Although but six per cent, of sou, and I have Tanlac to thank frage amendment by about 200,-ouvotes the people of New York Spain's cultivated land is under ir- for it." Tanlac the prem er prcp repudiated the new citate Consti rigation, the Irrigated sections arrtiou, is of proved value in case tution draftad by a convention of yield about one fourth of the na- of kidney and liver trouble, poor circulation, rheumatism, catarrh, which Elibu Root was president tion's agricultural productions. conThis year's expotts of American and kindied ailments Itis being and for which Mr. Root had sold now in Mt. Vernon, at the ducted a vigorous speaking cam- rice reached the great total of pounds and more, far in Drugstoie of Chas. C. Davis, and paign. can also be obtained at Samuel W. McCall, the Repub- excess of any previous record. The Drug Co , Livingsloj, the Central and John lican who will succeed David I. foreign demand for American rice Robins' Drug Brodhead, Ky. Walsh, a Democrat, as Governor is rapidly increasing. of Massachusetts, won by a pluA combination rule and triangle FOR FLETCHER'S rality of 6,663. The Republicans has been invented by an eighteen retained control of the Legisla- year old boy, L. J. Leishman, of ture. Republicans returned to Ogden, Utah. It is used in solving power in Philadelphia, where problems in trigonometry, geometheir candidate, Thomas B. Smith, try and mechanical drawings. was elected Mayor by 75,000. The Queen of Norway is the In New Jerse the Republicans most econonically attired queen gained two State Senators and in Europe. She spends $l,ooo two members of the Assembly yearly ot her dress. The queen and will continue in control of of Spain is the most extravagantad. is directed both houses of the Legislature. THIS who has allat the ly dressed queen. Her dress bills the State-wid- e prohibition was re run to about $i5,ooo a year. business in his line in this community. iected in Ohio oy a majority of The guns used in I882 at the I Mr. Merchant You say from 30,000 to 4o,ooo. Last year bombardment ot Alexandria, i you've got it all. You're sellthe amendment was defeated by Egypt, were of sixteen-incing them all they'll buy, anybore, 84,152 The Republicans elected an inch larger than the biggest how. But at the same time you would like more business. Mayors in Cleveland and Ciucin British naval cannon of to day. J Make this community buy nati. Charles Milroy, a Progress- While four years later that navy more. ive was chosen Mayor of Toledo. had guns of 16.25 inch caliber. C Advertise strongly, consist-gentl- y, The city of Toledo voted against judiciously. Augustus Dickerson, of Skow-hegaCJ Suppose you can buy a lot street car Iran a twentv-five-yeMe , makes a business of of wash tubs cheap; advertise chise and will take over all lines raisiug oats to rid orcha rds of a big washtub sale in this pacontrolled by the Toledo Railways per. But in an inviting picmice Each Spring he raises a and frght Company. ture of a washtub where large number of oats that are kept A proposal that the city purpeople can see it the minute in the fields and orchatds throughthey look at your ad. Talk chase the local street railwas was strong on washtubs. And rejected in Detroit after a bitter out the jumraer and fall months. you'll find every woman in fight. this vicinity who has been The election of members of the getting alone with a rickety Virginia General Assembly will washtub for years and years SIC will buy a new one from you. send a heavy majority to the SenAa etdttBlre mwte acbool That s creative business House pledged to the en Opcu September 7th. Com ate and plete coarse In PUno. Voice. power. Violin. Publlo actment of prohibition legislation School Mute. Theory. Luctugea, cIuki la the State goes dry by conHutory or Moilc. Euembte when OUR? AD. RATES ARE RIGHT PUjInf tad Slf ht Reading, CALL ON US stitutional amendment, November CtplomM Umetf. Arttot and Modest reettalaaTastaieii.' . h . Mississippi, the only other Statt except Keutucky to elect a Gover nor, went, as usual, Democratic. The only opposition to the Demo ratic ticket headed by Theodote tj.ti.lb was mde by Socialist nominated by petition. In New York former Congressman William S Bennetwas electdistr ct to ed in Twenty-thir- d succeed the Democratic Congress man, Jacob Goulden. Bennetts a will Republicans Republican. succeed Republicans in the Thirty- congressfirst at.d Thirty-sixtional districis of New York and the Twenty fourth district of Pennsylvania. In N?w Yoik the Republicans retained their control of the lowei house of the Legislature, although they lost one Atsemblyman. They also elected a majority of the Mayors chosen in cities of the State. nut l.ecaeu has taken htm at his word that his e ection means theen-- of lnvi.ible government, the wiping out of the State's debt, the building of t'--e Sta ' road-?- , the betterment ot the schools, the overthrow of pi is n slavery, a new system of taxation in which confiscation will not be atfempted or perjury encouraged in short, that needs recoguized as vital shall be dealt with, not from the standpoint of the political spoilsman, out O' the respousiul head of the State's f.o ernment under which every Kcutuckian has the right to expect equa measure of opp rt unity. All that Kentucky .asks is tha promises made be lived up to. Democia-, tSrS chances rQQ Calumet KjCI riQ OJ fjQl K8 r AT TTMFT IW ftS Baking Powder JQv Doi -y she's sure of sure of light, wholesome, tasty bak- of positive, uni- ines form results of purity and economy. Yoa try Mother won't take. I I I I L mmm Such an advertisement in this paper will bring buyers who hardly knew B you existed before you advertised. '.CnPTttah- Sf 1 jr-jp- - fcyW N. U. Treat Children's Colds Externally Don't dose delicate little stomachs with harmful internal medicines. Vick's Salve, applied externally, relieves by inhalation as a vapor and by absorption through the skin. Vick's can be used freely with perfect safety on the youngest member of the family. 25c, 50c, or $1.00. "Vap-O-Rub" tract. Before the contract is awarded, the successful bidder will be re quired to furnish a bond equal to the amount of the proposal tor the faithful performance of the work in accoidance with the aforesaid plans and specifications. All work to be done under the direction and supervision of the state road department. By order of the Fiscal Court of Rockcastle County. 'tOs kTO fO'-ite- KjA 0O UQt brand once KgQ u:id you'll never go tfQQ back to it. Calu- - bQa met is the world's Nn best Baking Pow- - tQQ , aside your nX S. F. BOWMANp Clerk, Rockcastle Fiscal Court. vJtjJA der fcQO ate 'n it's moder- - P"cc-- " fOQ wf yQQ ReceiredHishest Award AVu SUf QA In Ptund UQi FniSf Can. Cut But OQO nfm QCV IXf pOo rSN ZUe QEHUINE HAS THIS TRADE MARK "WpohUB" UKt f lClVlS Pneumonia ytALVL p R jS DOUBT ENDS WHEN SHE TRIES TANLAC The Only Hose That's Stylish Get this fact, please. For men or women, no matter what the time or place, silk hose is the only hose that's really stylish the only hose truly in harmony with good taste. jg m j 4 8 A E e, Then get this fact. Phoenix Silk Hose, for men or women, gives all that may be asked richness and style perfection and answers every requirement of true economy. Phoenix Silk Hosiery is the utmost in style and value knitted from real Thread Silk in all the wanted . M-- .22's Have the Call! I of .22 rifle-shooti- ng WITH the rise sport, Remington-UM- C to the level became the fastest selling .22 ammunition in the world. "Whatever make of .22 rifle you shoot, Remington-UM- C Cartridges will give you better, surer results than any other! colors . surprisingly low. priced Ball Mark of Remington- - UMC. in the world. Go to the leading dealer Sliae-aclio- the one who displays the Red C ChtapandbigcanBahingPowdersdonot save you money. Calumetdoes it'sPure md fir superior to sour milk and soda. w OLDS DO NOT LEAVE W1L- L1NGLY Because a co'd is s nhhor.i is reason why ymi be. In stead of '"wearing" it out, get nre relief, by taki n Dr. King's New Di covery. Dangerous W an i un almen'sofen follow- a c Id v Ii oh has been neglected a the beginning. As you .'dy faith fu'l batt'es those cold garm.s. no b tter aid can le given tian ihejjuse of this remedy. Its merit has b en tehtrd by old and young. Get a bottle to day. 50c and $100. sh-nlon-chi- He'll tell vo what sportsmen think about these famous cartridges and he'll show you the Remington-UMn ana Auioioauing Rifles, Single Shot, in a class by themselves for "feel." easy operation and consistent performance. .i dealer and 3095 other leading merchants in Kentucky Metallic Cartridge Co. Ramiagten Woolworth Building (233 Broadway) New Yrk CU7 Sold by your home Arraa-Unio- n JB .lftHOENI3Q Sold by ljjjjjm rwiCTJP"ji MT. VEKNON, KY. to COME home anddinner me have some of my wife's good bread made from MORNING STAR FLOUR The majority of men relish good, fresh, tasty bread and miss it keenly when compelled to eat ordinary bread. Complete confidence comes to the woman who uses the Morning Star Flour in her bakings, confidence when she buys, for every sack is guaranteed to give satisfaction, confidence when she bakes for Morning Star Flour never goes wrong, but goes further than usual float by making more loaves to the sack, causes the least care in the mixing, and kneading, and produces the mo3t satis! yiLg bread, light, sweet, snowy white loaves with crusts delicious and tender, and there is least waste from stale ends and dry crusts, for bread made from Morning Stnr Flour keeps fresh longer than other. It permits of baking more loaves at a time and less often, thereby saving in work, fuel and care. Until you have tried Morning Star Flour yoa will never know a perfect flour BBKS5EaaSK''SnSPK4 W. T. FRANCIS DENTIST Js Here ALL THE TIME Office in Residence Back of Court House, Old Maid Street. o 75.-000,0- :p3B3p SQb$Cfc pz&&yx&D Dour ja$30$3C& $ 00 JONAS McKENZIE Children Ory CASTORIA L3dXDO apfcgfSarSBa -- THE OLD RELIABLE &" ' P A (& &j&K.$p irvSyv Tf -WiJJ-J?--?--0&-nQ- Merchandise L good line of General yfW JC -- VOfr-WOaiC- VHX-Xi- " ? h vXX :$3a$p s Farm Implements K-C- DXV yODfCDl v Rockcastle Milling Co Incorporated CT. RIDDLE BRODHEAD, KY. n, ar UNDERTAKES Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelld Hand-mad- e !J3P3G3KPCPC &Xyi&X&X&& GRANVILLE OW5NS UNERTAKER Ky LINE CoflSns furnished mkOmmimr KMu Orran.-CtllHer-Boa- Hearse, senl to all parts of W Brodhead COMPLETE Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele- V v"W the County. A) I orders by Wire PromptlykFilfed r. W. A. COX, Phone 94-S phone orders Promptly Filled Ml. VEKNUJN, 1LX. jjrgEli y as Dormitory for (Irla. Tuition low. Foroataloiaddrrta 10- -f yrlkt. WW. r w. uj xyca&c$$x$&c ift. mi" il T 'TlffiiiTrrM lii JaKi tf LOCAL i -, 1555555 S552!5! MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. VerNon STANLEY WINS ' tt Mdst peeple would rather be" Nov 5, 1 915 miserably rich than happily poor TTrP 79 up"No.J9" rrxmT9Cjk wan toCamttiuni , $j ante with SIGNAL Mncnnc nf 5? IOUMVIU.C A. y5u NASHVILLE eluded l,67i,477 count made last year. Most of the scholdin' we give our children is fer not bein' as owld as we are ourselves! second crop mlinttv in .1 members at a NO ALUM BAKING POWDER Made from Cream of Tartar Absolutely Pure Langdon N:ws The first of a series of literary entertainment:., which is to continue throughout .the winter, was gien Friday night, Ocionrr tuen in the chapel ol Langdon The subject was tlv school. popular and well known poet, James Whitcomb" Riley, and the progr-included not only the story of his Hie butTa number of his poems, some of which, were re cited by different pupils and weie used as songs, which provided the music for the evening Each pupil is to have t in one program during the year. Only a few guests wee present. Saturday October thirtieth, Miss Bradley and Miss Lindrum entertained the Christian Endeavor Society of the Presbvterian Church and a few other young people of the town. The games and decorations all suggested Halloween. Four of the teachers last Saturday went to Berea tor the day. tv-nint- h p-ir- BY SMALL MARGIN II is now Gov. A. O . Stan- ley, although the margin" by which he is declared victor is a very small one . With reports in from every Reports show that there was a of June apples in many portions of the state. TIME TABLE. When a doctor gets sick he kin . 22 ncrtn .....7. 5.04 P m 3:56 am be the sickest man in fourteen 24 nortn. 23 south 11:39 a ro counties and the most peevish. 12:13 a m 21 South Jim Meadows and Pleas - Ram Jas. Landrum, Agent. sey didn't put any of their corn on exhibition in Fish's windows. Phone No. 8. Marriage license were issued to entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Potoc s mail matter. Budd Clark to marry Nora Belle as Clark, both ot the Climax section. R.R.CO. second-cla- county, Stanley leads over Morrow by the scant majority of 1595, with only a few miss ing precincts in some four or five counties, which it is esti BBHnHHW aakAA&KL.Vji flIAHHIJ?Vll IMJIAS MM&Uk MHMHK j 1. vote. Judge H. Witt, of Livingston, PERSONAL was eucteu coioiier to hit the caused by the resignation I. LiwreiiCi Cdine home to of Frank Catron. va-cmc- y RusSel ProcN Ui r was at borne Messer-Mulnn- s: from Winchester o i:te Tuesday tlaugLtor ol as d J. C. Mil-cwere in to .n jester Roundstone day. Mrs. Fied Darhim h gradually long siege cf recovent g f ui typhoid. IidKar Hamilton, of Louisville, is the guest of Mis Dove Mullina near town. Mr and Mrs Hovard Baker, of Missouri, are with relatives in hi this vicinity. riu.lins and Mrs. were married Monday nigh:. Thej vvill make their home here. Republican, George Puchta, was elected Mayor of Cincinnati, by 22,000 majority over hi:, Charles Democratic opponent, Sayer. Every on, who witnessed Tues day night's proceedings will agree that a law and order league or some other kind of a league is badly needed in Mt. Vernon. Mr. Fran Myrt e Messer will not materially change the result. Chairman Hager says Stanley is safe by 5,000. Kepublioan headquarters in Louisville are claiming Morrow's election by 1400, Morrow was certainly right when be said "This is no mule Rockcastle County race, it is a 'hoss' race." Civic Leegue The official count begins to day and uot until it is completi c ed will The or aquation of the either side feel league ;s being s wsy but suri-- 1 sure and neither will the effected The pledge ca s until the hive come from the pr ss aie be-i- losing side give it up .signed by those who wish to final count is made, the votd being so very close. promote better civc conditions. It is proba. Ie tat oir.e do tit t mated abso-lntel- y n M"HIS star on the heel of a shoe means that it is an honest, leather shoe, just as "18 K" means honest gold in a ring. Roberts, Johnson & Rand have built up the world's largest shoe business the wearer better shoes for his money. No substitutes for leather ever g by-givin- used understand the u pose of this leauf. It is no he instrume t 1 d W M. Poynter, J. T. Meadows, Mrs. Sattern'eld and son, Leroy, of Louisville, were with relatives Robert Cox, R L McFVrron and S. T. Proctor are the newly elect here during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Wa' er Muliins ed board of trustees for M t. Ver pre here iro 11 Danvi - for a few non. They had no opposition. d ys visit to Mr. and Mrs. R. B. POSTED: I will give 1 reward Muliins. for ii f nuia ion leading to the ar rest and convjetion of any one R.. L. Bmwn, tho p pular SomMaster, was here for a caught bunting on my farm. en et Post i- iew hours yesterday. J. Shirks a .d F. L. Durham went lntJ Louisville Tues W. day alternoou to hear the election returns. oe and En. ma Oavis sndChas. L. Davis, drove over to Brodhead Sunday .Mis-se-s Ardilla Bro-vn- , afternoon. Miss Fra-ioe- s Sparks, with a party of CindnniM friends, issee i . Niagarr, Ne York City and other Eastern points. John D. H enderson, who has a government posrion. and located at Camp Nelso is with his mothir for a aiont 's vqca ion. Mrs. J. 0. V.oo'ehas returned from Chicago where she has been for some months. She is very much improved in health. W. T. Crawford has moved to Arthur Dai ev's property near Baptist church. We understand 1 Mr. Dailey wiil move to Illinois. .Misses Khron, Estep, Newber Ty and Colson, of the Langdon Memorial School faculty and Lo gan Bryant mortored over to Be-je- a Adams. Interstate Commeice Commission Washington. D. C Lincoln county gave Stanley only 25 majority, and Gooch, October 2Q, 1915. Democrat, for Representative, To Mr. Belvidere Brooks, Vice Pres. Western Union Telwon by only 35. Newland lor Russ Circuit Clerk, defeated egraph Company, New-YorDillion by a majority of 99. N. V , Judge B. J. Belhurum was re Dear Sir: The following extract from a elected Circuit Judge bv a majority of 292f. - His majority over letter received from Mr. 'James Judge Cress in tach county is as Maret, Piesident ot tbe Boone folio jvs: Pulaski I800, Clinton Way Associatiorf'Qf Mt. Vernon, 65o. Wayne 25o and Rockcas le Kv., is self explanitorys 'The v estern Uni m Tel graph 224. Compau has four wires running The stock law in East Mt. Ver-nc- through this town aud county, was overwhelmingly defeated but not an office within its boundIt should have carried andjwill on- aries. When to" get W, ly be a matter of a few years un telegrams " delivered from U till it will carry Out on the pub- - neighboring towns by telephone lie is not the place to raise the matter was uot so bad, but and hogs. now they having Separated from The Farmers Institute at Wildie the telephone .people, we are Mondny and Tuesday was a decid obliged to pay 25 cents and j 'overel success from a stindpoint or time" on all telegrams sent." attendance. Please look into this matter and The bouse was crowded both days and at the let me Know what can be done to Monday night sess:ois The relieve the situation. people of Wildie and vici .ity cerYours very truly, tainly do things right C. C. McChord, Cbm 4 1 k, J. J of any pohtical pirt It is bigter than party Neith-- r is it direct-at any official .ow holding a coul-t- y office, And we do not hope to But correct condi io.s in a day. we do hope to eliminate the gitimate, low and debasing custon of commercializing votes and ti throw about this sacred right f suffrage such a mantle of honor that every man will be above sus picion, We also hope to create a sentiment tnat will make it impossible lor a man to be elected to a county office who, is not a law abiding citizen. This sentiment--js an organized move is just beginning, but we hope that it will far outlive the generation now prompting it. No man can con scientiously sign the membership pledge who does not want to obey and enforce the laws. .And the only reason that a man can confor net signing sistent! this pledge is that he does not waut to obey the laws, or to have them enforced. This j eldge ;s a follows: ''Aa a oitign of Rockcastle County. pledge myselt to ilr REMEDY. Mothers, Dr. Bell's Pine Tar and Honey is just the remed for your cnildren's cold ailments The fact is that pine is a quic eiuy of cold conditions. 1 (ualities loosens the mucus in the fcftron, soothes the lungs and op en up the air passages. The con' ination ot honey, soothing an feasant with the loosening pin quality maken this an ideal cougl remedy for children. Each pass ing year briugs for it new friends family of growing children can-lo- t afford to be without it. 25c a bottle. FROM ACROSS THE SEAS Anchor Line Steamer, Tuscinia, 2:30 p. m Friday Oct. 22, i9i5. VI r. James Maret, Mt. Vernon, Ky., Dear Uncle James- :Jus a word to say that am on ray way irom London U New York and Chicago on a busi ness trip for the Western Elec :ric Company in cont.ection will their Auo natic and semi aut matio telephone exchange system shall be in the U. S. about eigh' weeks when I will return to Lon don. Every thing is going on quitf well in London mspite of the wai. Ne rly all business is good and unennroyment is small The war, so far, ba not materially in ierf erred with my prosperity. It was necessary to leave A twerp Belgium, and come to London on account of the war. London seems quite secure and safe against the invaders. The bombs from the Zepplins are dropped on such a small scale as to be hardly considered as an ele ment of clanger. They kill a few innocent people but the damage to property is practically nil. I speak from observation as I have seen the whole performauce. The bombs are thrown indiscriminate ly, only on very dark moonless nights. Such little aerial efforts on the part as the Germans must soon come to naught, just as did their naval raids on the East coast of England and their, submarine Mid-ocea- A PINE WHOOPING COUGH They make more shoes than any other manufacturer. The more they make the less they cost to make. This saving goes into extra quality. There are lots of good shoes, but tt Star Brand Shoes Are Better 7 isi Get your money's worth. We sell the Genuine "Star Brand" Shoes, wil'.i the maker's name on the sole and their star on the heel. Made in all styles, grades, and sizes all prices for every member of the family. Don't just go into any store and ask for them, but come to us. S ave' 11 uiv.eaAinc.DC9j ncdULio; 4A n obey and support the, laws of Kentucky, applying to said county, LIVJn I, CORRECT TRADE .. . -- we-nse- d e -- and shall use eery honorable means to induco all ethers to obey and support the same In next week's issue, we shall give a list of hose who have signed thi H. T. YOUNG. pledge. ' SS.7 The w'r y. SMITHSONIAN MABI1 v TRUSS & 1EU30PCIVESV , HOLDS IN ANY, Hst Saturday. The ear old baby of Mr and Mrs. Cas Cox has scarlet lever. The little fellow was just getting over a case of typhoid Mrs Cox, Judge Bethurum passed on tl e Western Union "Tolegraph Co., sufficiency of the pleadings filed St. Couis. Mo., Oct. 30, I9I5. Tom Tomasou hns about' recov bv the contestants in the bond To R. B. Muliins. ered from a long siege of typhoid. election suit here to day at the Mt Vernon, Ky. special term of court, and overuled Pleased to advise you that who was down for several weeks the demurrer to the reply, which our gains in shipmeuts for Octowith typhoid, is just now getting has the effect of putting the ca-.I ber will exceed thre hundred able to be out. to trial on its merits, which will For Infants and Children, thousand dollars, and thanks to Will Kirby, soldiering witlrn be heard by him at the next term you The Kind You Have Always Bought for yonr of court. Uncle Sams rauk, iecently In view of tho excellent condiBears the with his company at Galvestion now existing throughout the Signature of ton, for the Philippines, is stuck Services at Christian country we feel assured of a still at Panama on account of slides in Church for Sunday larger gain in November. canal and will remain there until raids on shipping. (Signed) Henry W. Peters. Sunday School 9:45 While I am in the U. S. J will the ditch is reopened. president International Shoe Co. Jefferson School &? Law. Preaching toervice 11:00 a. m. visit my parents at Stanford. I Edgar Muliins , who has been Christian Edeav'or 6:30 p. m. have so much to do while in the traveling in Western Kentucky TWO YEAH COURSE, !) P. H. Burdette, of the Wildie COMPLETEllth year opens Oct. S. 8eo. Preaching Service 7:30 p. m. creo LL J. States that I will not be abale to JlnT nnd torm Jnn.3. Preuares for for several months for the Calu The Civic League meets at the section, tells us iitatr-4that he has the '.ihrarlM ArceftstoSiconrtsandtlarze Srtlf holD Bureau. Tuition extend my visiting much further met Baking Powder Co., is at church on Satuiday evening, Nov. largest apple crop he has ever had '22g2?&FSSSS?ESt& than Stanford, very much to my home for a short visit to his parand that he picked up thinytwo SBM-HE6th at seven o'clock. regret Any mail sent to m at ents. When he returns to work nS The following splendid men will uusneis irom unaer one tree last 463 West Street New York City, he will go to Sooth Dakota as have charge of the city affairs of week without knocking any off care Western Electric Co., will State manager. the town of Livingston for the the tree. He has two fine samreach me. Little Mips Ina Meadows, who next two years They are as fol- ples in Fish's window, one a black Kindest regards to Aunt Mollie has been sick for ten days or lows: Trustees, T. C. Welch, Ben Davis and the other a Black I. and Lloyd. Give my regards to more was pronounced to have W. Terry, J. B. Hayes, I. W. Cat-li- Africnn, which are about as fine Dick" Williams and Edgar Aldiphtheria and on last Friday Dr W. apples as grow. and Oscar Arganbright bright. Chesnut administered the N. Rlggs, the present marshal and Sincerely your nephew, The latest report is that John Smith, who was sent from a mighty good one too, was reJ. G. Hackley. she is getting along nicely and elected over J. C. Bulluck by this county last August Term of will soon be in school again. Circuit Court to serve two years more than two to one. S. B McKenzie, who has been for housebreaking, has been grantRHEUMATISM AND ALUED Mrs. Hellen Muliins, wife of working ou the Greensburg ed a full and free pardon by Gov. PAINSMUST GO branch for several weeks, "was Mr. George Muliins, of Cove, died McCreary. Young Smith Mount Vernon Monumental The congestion of the blood in. has called home Tuesday on account yesterday morning of typhoid been confined at the Frankiort its flow causes pain. Slones Linof the serous illness of his little fever. She was a daughrer of prison hospital with typhoid. eament penetrates to to the congestion and starts the blood to son, George Fish McKenzie which the late Mit Hackney. She leaves flow freely. The body s warmth For Sale: -- Choice extracted was suffering from a severe at- a husband, her mother, Mrs of and is renewed; the pain is gone. The Bullock, and one brother, honey thick, well ripened, clear tack of diphtheria. Dr. Penning- James lYlDRAlTCK. in MnvKlna ori "man or woman who has rheu ton administered the anti toxine and ahost of relatives and friends and delicious flavor. Price 9c matism, neuralgia or any other I J rll wk r. X and the little fellow is come better to mourn her death. The per pound, in 60 pound cans. vxiauibc : ot iuuuumeuiH 01 ail paiu aiiu iaiib tu Keep oiuuc o t ; j .si xmto day. Mss. McKenie was at deceased and Mr. Muliins were Sample on request. Address kinds. Estimates furnished eame,n in their home is line a her father's, G. C. Fish when the ' drowning man refusing a rope.'' married less tnan two months! on application. j. Clemons little one look sick. suffer. Get a bottle of ago. The burial took place late' ' Morgan, Ky. Sloan's 25c and 5oc- - $1 bottle GEO, OWENS" Pronr Ball Band Rubbers for men at yesterday afternoon at the Fish Reference," Farmers Bank, holds " six' times as much 350, Pone 112 burying. ground. . .Morgan, Ky. Pith's. v. siae. ? e Sick of them "Toward the end of the ride," she was reading aloud "they came to a lord " "Oh, skip that," he exclaimed impatiently. "I'm getting tired of those automobile jokes." Who said a Ford was an automobile an) how. POSITION. THE LEVERAGE. A ERCI3E tiaZt dnrMt TOP fCl- EKA.KAh CASTOR A & The u Smithsonian Truss " cheerfully furnished upon request em-bar- kt Pitted and Sold by CHAS. O. DAVIS The Tanlac Agent MT. VERNON, KY. 'Phono No. 39 Be Thankful It might be worse You don't n anti-toxin- e. have to buy ice in winter and you don't need coal this weather But don't get too thankful so awful thankf al that you wilr forget yourself " We are going to have some chilly weather and days of the ice man are sure to return. Drop the the price of a few "scuttles" of coal here for Underwear, Sweaters Heavy Shirts, Shoes, etc.. Manufacturers Z. "k m 1 kw r I 1 Quality Is the Thing. . - t. J. P. E. Drummorid LIVINGSTON KY. -- .t r'--i y " "ft g. v -- xu n. - yjcLiw tue 1 wnwnPRPlii 'APROSCQPE. HIGHER THE FERRIS WHEEL GIVES VISITORS MARVELOUS VIEW OF THE WORLD'S GREATEST EXPOSITION THAN - " ' ' i N ' VISITORS OH THE A&R05COPE 265 FEET SWfJj:i SStJSV ? Til an exhibitor in the Libera. ; Ing at the Panama-Pacifi- c mtemauun al Exposition, San Francisco, In con nection with a new invention mit-inpossible the radiofying of uaiei ,u. medicinal purposes. Demonstrating the power of this mineral promoting metabolism a uum ber of young plants, some existing with and some without the aid of radium, are shown. Those in the radioactive soils are seen to De growing much more rapidly than those in common soil, and to have a more healthy appearance. This Inventor has found a process ot impregnating terra cotta bricks with radium-bearinminerals and these small bricks placed in watet are said to give it remarkable cur., properties. The porous bricks ia r most indefinitely, losing only half u. r potency, It is estimated, in l,80u yr' Since the discovery of this miner., has been found that many celebr j waters, as Carlsbad and Baden Ho. owe their health-givinproperties to ra dlum. The inventor claims that his process produces in ordinary waters the qualities of these famous springs. The radium ore used in the manufacture of radioactive terra cotta is known aa oarnotite, a formation found, mainly in Colorado and Utah, R Radium Used to Promote Plant Growth. Some of the remarkable properties of radium are being aemonstiatco o THIS V; " 0ATB-INiHIST3R- November 2. 1783 Washington ibStied his fare well, order to his army. 1865 National Thanksgiving in the .United States observed for peace between the North Children Cry for Fletcher's 'and 1880 So uth. g g James A. Garfield elected president of the United States. 1889 North and South Dakota admitted to statehood. i889 German Emporer and Empress visited the Sulton at Constantinople, 1893 U. S. Senate passed the Chinese exclusion act. 1892 Arrest of Captain Dreyfuss on treason in France. 1903 Iiish land act in its amend-mende- d form, in operation gave tenants the benefit of improvemtnts and facilities for purchase of their holdings 1914 Twenty one directors of the New Haven railroad were indicted for conspiracy. 1914 The Kind You Hare Always Bought, and which has been in use lor over SO years, has home the signature of ana has Deen made under his per-'JZj?. J?sonal supervision since its infancy. f&CCU44 Allow no one to deceive you in thi3. are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-good" Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Ofl, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays 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. ' What is CASTORIA CASTORIA Bears the Signature of Fedearl quarantine loot-and-mou- th pro- and now producing three-fourth- s of GENUINE ALWAYS the world's radium. The European mineral, known as pitchblende, from which the famous European springs are impregnated, is also displayed. Most Rapid Photographs Ever Taken. The most remarkable set of speed photographs ever taken are a part of the war department's exhibit in Ma 12-inc- h claimed, to prevent spread of disease among 1 cattle. 9 14 The War: England pro- IHMii THE Giant frame of the aeroscope as- - it appeared under construction in the unique mechanical achievement, the Aero For the aeeker of amusement there Is opportunity Exposition. The Aeroscope resembles a giant crane o. Panama-Pacifi- c International cope on "The Zone," at the extremity of the novel ana intricate design, its steel construction recalling that of the Bascule oridge At the persons and standing room for 20 more car with a seating capacity for 100 long arm ot the crane Is a counter-balanc- e for the lom At the short end of the crane is a giant mass of concrete, which serves as a passen Beneath the car are two great water tanks, which take on water or discharge it asweighin? rm ot the crane. to a micety. When, for example, a man gers enter or leave the car, thus always preserving the balance tank, and when the passenger J 60 pounds enters the car an amount of water ot equal weight is released from the Delow the car. The car ascends without departs 160 pounds ot water are automatically discharged into the tank perceptible motion, and perfect safety and a Jarless ride of ten minytes is assured to passengers while enjoying this and Irip ot 265 feet into the clouds, or four feet higher than the Ferris wheel. Two motors control the ascent nuge cai, and when it reaches its extrenfe height it Degins e or the descent in conjunction with the counter-balancexposition, of San Francisco to swing Blowly around on the wheels at its base, giving a magnificent, view ot the ana of the city ot San Francisco Day TYPICAL SCENE IN ONE OF THE FOUR INNER COURTS two-story Inchinery Hall at the Panama-Pacifi- c ternational Exposition, San Francisco. They are pictures of a shell from a coast defense gun In flight, the ?et including the various phases ot the flight beginning just aa the great projectile pokes its nose out of the muzzle of the gun. The pictures were taken with a tens having an exposure period of one of a second, this being the fastest shutter ever manufactured. The exposure at the proper Mme in the flight of the projectile vas made by breaking an electric circuit in a wire stretched across the rajectory at the desired point and onnectlng with the shutter. One picture shows the shell half-va- y out of the muzzle before any moke and gas has escaped. Another taken when the shell was two eet from the muzzle but hidden by a leavy ring of smoke. A third shows he shell in flight a hundred feet from he muzzle. The photographs are so lerfect and the exposure so rapid that carcely any Dlur is perceptible. They ere taken at Fortress Monroe, Va., r the direction of Capt F. J. 5ehl of the coast artillery corps and .ead of the departuent of enlisteu pecialists at the Coast Artillery chool at Fortress Monroe. th claims martial law in Egypt to prevent uprisings inspired by Turks. British cruisers Minerva, shells and occupies Akabah, an Arab port on Red Sea. Germans evacuate the left bank of the Ysei. Russia clears right wing by advance into East Prussia; Russians continue advance in Polland. Germans in vVest make vio- &L&tfffl The Kind Yon Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years NW THI CINTtUn COMI.AMV. VOWK CITY. lent attacks toward English channel. British Admiral-itdeclares North Sea to be a millitary area. British force invaded German East Airica. y l This Bank Wishes to Keep Constantly Bef re Ycu DESPONDENCY DUE TO DIGESTION Itf MTIVE LIFE OF It is not atal surprising that persons who have indigestion become discouraged and despondent. Here are a few words of hope and cheer for them by Bowers, Indiuna, Penn., ' For years my digestion was to poos that I could only eat the lightest foods. I tried every thing that I heard of to get reliel, but not nntil about a year ago when I saw Chamberlain's Tablets advertise and and got a bottle of them did I find the right treatment. Soon began to improve, THE FAR PACIFIC. rind since taking a few bottles of hem my digestion is fine." For ale by all dealers. Mrs-Alanche Tiiu jjjj tj Your business And Is Prepared To Care For It. un-'e- jj tj JJfrta j c& Ja s55s5 11, WA, 1 Peoples 5 ank Mt. Vernon 2Z W3 g Kentucky S flat j g i mm m o-o-- o -- ooo us KDc9flSsiDSwrlS SjSI5pxfc:v ?wrs WBBKaHl jrsmWBKi f 4HHK3bII "AW.V.W.' vv.V.(vavW.4 ...WW JvW ,vw Detail showing the" rich and Oriental suggestion in the embellishment of the Court of Abundance, at the Panama Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco. In this court are orange trees in full bearing and rare flowers. Sne World in Epitome Shown by Displays in the Vast Exhibit Palaces at the Panama-PacifiInternational Exposition. , FOR SALE 'One good farm in Rockcastle and another tract of 350 acres of wild land, which will be sold at a bargain. There is enough timber on the land to pay for it. I also have a good sawmill located near the above described land. This mill is also for sale at & big bargain. The above mentioned farm con sists of 115 acres, 25 acres in cultivation, has two houses and two barnes, 250 young fruit trees, good well and plenty of stock water. There are about 4o "acres of this land which can be cultivated with any kind of machinery. Good wire fence around most of the land. This land is located on Sand hill, seven miles South of Mt. Vernon. If sold at once will go at a bargain. The wild lands above mentioned are located on Long branch, near Livingston, h.y. This land will be sold at a bargain, and when I say bargain, I mean just what I say. If you are interested ask the price, von will be astonished when you learn how cheap this land can be bought. There is enough lor two good farms and wil!T)e divid ed if desired. For further information address R. L. McFERRON, Mt. Vernon, Ky. -- c Today the great Panama Pacific International Exposition at San Francisco is Deing widely exploited throughout the world by the millions of sightseers who have visited the exposition since its opening on February 20th last as the most beautiful, comprehensive and interesting universal exposition that the world has ever known. The wonderful exhibit palaces house the treasures ot the earth, while the grounds, planted to millions of rare bulbs, are a gorgeous mass of color and fragrance. To the visitor entering the gates for the first time, either by night or day, the scene is certain to hold the newcomer spellbound, as the vast panorama unfolds bit by bit before the gjue and the eye wanders from one beauty spot to another m an endless chain ot amazing surprises. Entering the main gate at Scott street, foi instance, the visitor sees the great Fountain of Energy directly before him Us giant sprays sparkling and flashing in the light of the warm California aun b day. or assuming the appearance of masses of flowing flames b night under the powerful beams of the great batteries of searchlights trainee' uponnhis work ot art As the spell Is lifted the eye falls upon the Towe: ot jewels, the great center piece of the exposition, and again attention i arrested until the eye has conquered the dizzy heights of this tower eTery cornice and figure sending forth its share of dazzling lights. The "world's advance m all branches of art, science and industry is amazingly portrayed in the exhibits. Among the electrical exhibits, for example, is the Audlon amplifier, invented by Lee De Forest- - Through this indention the visitor in the Liberal Arts palace is enabled to converse ovei the long distance telephone with his relatives at the farthest section of the Atlantic coast and may hear the voice of the speaker in greater volume than was actually given into the transmitting telephone. The Intensity of the sound is Increased by passing through heat waves. Today it is possible for an orator in New York city to address through the telephone a large audience at San Francisco, the sound being increased so that it is of power great enough to fill a large hall This single advance in the development of the telephone le paralleled In hundreds of other lines. The railroads have made low round trip rates and ample and reasonable accommodations are to be had In San Francisco ana the adjoining cities. gem-studde- The photograpn snows tne oelle ot the interesting Samoan village at International Exthe Panama-Pacifiposition at San Francisco. The struc tures in this village, comprising the native thatched huts of the Samoan 3i as they were formerly called, the Navigator islands, were brougnt from the native villages and are absolutely faithful In all their fea aires. There are many native fam ilies living la the village who fo: the edification ot visitors perform the aquatic feats in which the islanders excel, and dance the rhythmic native dances.' The life of the people ot the Pacific ocean is wonderfully illus trated at the Exposition, and of all the races none are more interesting than the Samoans who exhibit man traces of Aryan descent. 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