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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER part of 19.-1915 ROCKCASTLE NUMBER 10 Men's Wearing Apparel you went into the clothing business what would you do to get us to buy your fall wearing ap parel at your store? If You have your own ideas as to how a man's store should be operated If we could read your thoughts we would endeavor to serve you as you would us if the tables were turned We know that we have adopted the first principles of good businese by providing merchandise of quality and good taste marked at very close prices the only thing remaining to be done is to find the particular touch of store service that will make shopping pleasantest for you at this store . -- eacftGgrxxi GLOVES 111 JOpir! JJgP Suppose the next time that you have anything to buy in men's wearing apparel from a shoe string to a suit of clothes, that you come in and put us to the test see if we are good enough judge of your wishes to make you want to come again town. Dr. W. T. Amyxl J. S. Hasty has about "recovered ley and Morrow and of course in Stanley's favor. I wonder what had the misfortune to lose a fine! from a lone siese of 'tever.--Ca" cow Monday, valued at 95. O. Mullins, Sheriff, from .kind of a plea Brodhead corres V Jarrett. of Berea, was here Mt. Vernor last Tuesday collect- pondent will put up for Mori ow. Wednesday. --C. Franklin watch ing taxes. Henry Pointer, of Ce He.-- seems to thick we made so inspector of Mt. Vernon, was here dar Creek, and Miss Elizabeth manv excuses for Stanley. Bad Wednesday. Davis & Asher's Storms, of Brodhead, were tbe as, he was tho he is better than New grist mill runs almost every quests of: Misses Ola and ' Kate, Morrow. Rev. H. Hutchens, of diy except Sunday, and they, are DeBord- last Friday and "Saturday Preachersville, filled his regular making splendid meal. J. J. Brown left last Saturday appointment at Poplar Grove last Mr."and Mrs. I. E. Mann' and for Mason City, Iowa. He had. Saturday and Sunday. J. T. Van- L L Reynolds left today for been with his barerits" here since liook and his carpenters are very Quail to" visit relatives and they the first of September. Mrs. Sal- - f busy at work on his new house will spend a portion of the' time lie Gentry is with Mr. and Mrs. trying to get it ready to move into hunting. Mr . and Mrs. A. K. A.jC. Sowder for a few days M. toon. J. O Sciogins, school su-"- " Reynolds are visiting relatives in E. Burton, Jr.. was in London pervisoiv was thru here yesterday. Pulaski county. Elmer Lechlei-ter- , Monday having his eves treated. Mrs. W. K. Bea'ty has returnLangdon the insurance agent for the Standard Co., was here Wednes ed to her home at Jackson after a The Kindergarten will have day, selling balm to the folks to two weeks visit to relatives here. their usual Thankgiving partv use in case of injury and sickness Mr. and Mrs. Wade H. Mullins next Wednesday morning at nine have moved to Plato. Frank All the parents and o'clock. Jones is at Straight Creek for a triends are invited to attend. few months stay where he" has a The W6man'sClub met in the good position. living room at the Langdon school Craig and Buron were here last Friday afte'rribon at three o'clock. week taking up turkeys, and they After a short business meeting, JUTrs. Sarah Nichols is visiting Home Eco her daughter, Mrs. I. J. De- got a nice buuch, about 900 in all. Mis'tvrohn, of th Mrs. J. M. Broyles. of Plato, noraics department, gave a chaf Bord. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Nelson have moved to Ffc. Myqrs, Pla Spent last Sunday with Mr. and iug dish demonstration. The Christian Endeavor Socie- to make their home. Mrs. A. C. Mrs. O. J. Mullins. Mrs. J. L Nloeley was also a visitor at their fty of the Presbyterian church will oowaer is eonnnea to her room with- - rheumatism. Mrs R B j home that day. The faimers are hold special Thanksgiving service very rousy now garnering corn. in the chapel at Langdon School Hatcher has returned from Herbert Anderson, of Withers, Sunday evening. weeks visit to her sous at Corbin, spent last week, with relatives Lebanon Junction, Louisville and Norton, Va. Mrs. Jane French here. -- Mr. and Mrs, Hugh Mchas been very sick. Dr A. H Bee and children, of Quail, spent .For Infants and Children, Asbill, of Berea, as here last last Saturday and Sunday with The Kind You Have Always Bought week doing dental work Ho was Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hastev. Bears the accompanied by h,:s d tighter, Well, wo suppose the final- - decision has been made between Stan 'Signature of Miss Maude. I was-downS - News 'Lvl tfi o CASTORIA 1 Ctf; &Su ( etttt. 0qqvs, - ..... ..II .. I.... IS!::.' .. !.. BAKER'S MT. VERNON KENTUCKY 1 We Are Leaders In Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings. kJ 'ancy T . . I nosiery 1 Sutton & McBee Pointad Paragraphs A WALK JWQ1 TC- R- ',StaJ We a Love makes the heart light and1 tbe parlor dark. Well, the election is over and 'A heart ot gold is far better a very gLDER A. J Pike closed the State has gone Democratic by than a cheek of brass. successful meeting at Oak- bill church, in the Hiatt section, Sometimes ignorance is worse "the skin of the teeth." Now lets lay aside our politics and get than a little learning. Sundav evening, baptising six Talk isn't necessarily cheap down to business. There will converts here Monda- - afternoon. not be another election for severeven when a nickel talks. He was assisted by the Rav. Fred Many a man who owes some- al months, and the dear people Mr. Pike left Tuesday Jones. fc attend the thing to himself refuses to pay it. can get a rest. Ben Griffin and morning for Jellico A woman seldom enjoys 'any- Senator Hughes left a few days General Aesociation of Baptists . nefeS .hrnnrh.wti f1lo:r ,:AoA young and County life. -- Attorney B. B. Thnmnsm, thing unless she can shed tears agoiorahunt near Paris. The Elder H. T. little child of Mt. and Mrs. W. M. .. Attorney E. R. Gentry were here ' TOaS thp ..ar iUtdt V over it, v u.u of Ufti jiObk Mre n Thursday of last week, and or T. Riddle, here during the Those who are fond of harmony O'Dell, who has been veiy sick weic. have no ganized a District Civic League, earthly use lor chin for spme time is some better. Tinsiey Saylordied at his home. Born to the wife of John Clark music. suooru.naie 10 tnu county civic the HiaU sectionj Tuesd a fine boy, christened John L. . Many w "'"" "after an illness of typhoid. He mind to a woman has worn her Mrs. E. C. Herd has been very ugu. irroi j. l,. ru- - would have no a frenzy by changing it lew wemib physician, though' sick a few days but is some better so otten. kenton was cho en his condition tias been serious for and A. M Hiatt, Secietary. Rev. several days. Custom inspectors are pat- now. Judge L. W. Bethurum, of For some time i Mt. Vernon, was here Monday on Young and Attorney Gentry both Brodhead and viclnity has felt riotic. They always go where business. Mrs. S. C. Franklin. maue very luterestuig luiks on the want of a real estate agent, or dutV P.Rll5 thptn of Mt. Vernon, spent a few days Some men would rather be . the subject of Law and Order. a company to do real estate busiAbout forty, some of whom were ness, and there has recently been abused than, accumulate a lot of here last week with Mesdames W. M. Owens andG. i. Griffin, and ladies, signed the pledge, and it organized a company to be receipted bills. known A compound fracture of the later went to Berea where she is hoped that thi movement will as the Baodhead Real Estate Comgrow to such an extent that Law pany. Whether this new enter- neck is said to be the only sure will remain- a few days. J. E Woodall, the hustling salesman cure for-thgrumbling ;and Older will reign supreme in prise will he successful or not, it At a .man imonial .ball,habit. .however of London, was here between .old Rockcastle, and 'hat whiskey supplies a long felt want. Real a dimple iq a girls cheek is worth trains Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. ipeddlers, vote buyers and sellers, estateiu this vicinity has" been of more to her than a cooking school Claud Griffin,, of the Buckeye sec " :and every sort of crime can easily considerable demand lately, . and diploma. bt stamped out of our town and doubtless many more sales could A woman laughs Avh en she is tion, visited their parents' here O. county. Mus Elizibeth Storm have been made, or town property in love probably for the same Saturday vand Sjurtday.f-Mrs. reason that a timid man whistles W.rTurpin, of Bro'dheaa, who has was visiting in Crab Orchard, Sat- exchanged to farm, or vua versa, merely to keep up his courage. been visiting relatives at Berei Mr. and had there been some urday and Sunday individual or and Wildie for the past week, Mrs. W. P. Rigs by, of the companywhose business it was to HOW'S THIS? spent a few days with friends and were list property for sale or Preachersville section, We offer one hundred dollars relatives in exchange, our tgjtvn. Mrs guests of Mr. and Mrs Walter and thereby bring the buyer and reward for. any case- at catarrh has been sick, is Robins and Mr. and Mrs. C. CA seller together: This company that cannot be cured by Hall's some better. Catarrh cure. Howell from Saturday until Mon will do a general real estate busi-- ' F. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo, p. Thomas Farley has been dav. The Rev. .J F. Lunsford ness, write fire, life,' health and We the undersigned have known by putting will preach at thetjhristian church accident insurance, prepare deeds, F. J. Cheney for the last fiften down a concrete walk from the Saturday evening and bunday mortgages and other legal docu- years, and? believe him perfectly ; street to his dwelling-- Mrs. H. VinnnraVila in oil tmrtln.. morning. Everybody cordially ments, and hold publicjsales, etc. Wagner has been very sick but invited to attend these serv.ces. Any one having property for sale tions and financially" able to carry out any obligations made by his 'is convalescing, Mrs. Sadie Dr. W. P 1'arter was in Shelby-vilie- , or exchange would do well to see. firm Moore, of Mt. Ternon. was here Sunday and Monday, with or write, the. Brodhead Real National Bank op Commerce, between trains Monday en Company. route relatives J. L Pi'kenton was in Estate Toledo, Ohio. m to Berea. Mr. J. W. Baker, of Monday, between "Mt. Vernon, Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Tanlac the premier preparation, internally, acting directly upon Winchester, was here between Rnxie Powell is on sale in Mt. Vernon, trains. The-Rev- . at the the blood and mucous sufacesof trains. Sunday on his way to Mt. filled his regular appointment at Drugstore of Chas. C. Davis, and the sytem. Testimonials sent Vernon. Mrs. J. T. Omary and the Methodist church, Sunday. can also be obtained at tbe Central free, Price 75c per botthr. Sold children have returned home after Walter Rohins was in Mt. Vernon, Drug Co.. Livingston", and John' bv all druggists. - Take ' Halls a few days visit to relatives at family pills for Constipation. He was appointed Robins' Drug Brodhead, Ky. Saturday ' Knoxville, I. W. Catlin was in ?. Deputy County Court Clerk, and Lebanon Sunday visiting home-folk- s b s issued hunting license to a FOR FLETCHER'S FOR FLETCHER'S J. P. Dees is erecting a number of the boya here. Guy feed house on bis lot in the South y JSraGlkeeiGL - Koberts, 25, and Miss Mae Bray, 19. were married in Mt .Vernon, Sunday afternoon. Mr. Roberts is a son of Mrs. Sallie Roberts, of Gum Sulllhur. and nnp. nf thp county.s besfc cUizens and teaCQ Qf the ers We know nQthi ,ady that fae has chosen tQ be ,.fc eP but the fac. he made the choice Js sufficJent for us t0 sa-j ,hat she is a nob,Qj d . We ioin thpir manv ishing them unbounded happi-- 1 LoiviMGrsleFi Greatest Sale Beg To Adyise That We Have Bought At a Discount Much Below Cost, 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. of Men's and FOR CASH ... ott I 6-- rt-.- .... And We Have Added Thereto Voluinns of Mer chandise Of Our Own, it being our intention to make ' ' this by far the .Greatest Selling Event in. -- Vice-Preside- the History of the Trade.. Prices vHbe : named that will make new Low Records, and no Live "" Money -- Saver can afford to miss this opportunity. "!,. OUR. STORE WILL BE . , - e Brim Full of Bargains; EVERYTHING SOLD -- AT A SACRIFICE each . ' ? -- k' would take this entire paper, were we to name '-s- i , , item we have to offer you, so we must content our- by saying, "COME AND SEE.", Don't Fail to see Our Big Stock of Clothing-rne- w . and J?Hec." at nearly One-ha-lf elves ? .4 : up-to-d- ate "; ' . , L.;-- - SHOES and SLIPPERS at eLssthan Cost " ; -A . i' ,, d , T to make up less 'Carpets-ari- Matting SA Drugge'ts and RugsV-f- or 3. - 1 Our Motto , "SELL IT FOR LESS" Arvo v r&nr&Cirr&rirz r taj ""vsr vv -- v -- iiiir MT. VERNON 1 V vs tat toj isr w vr v Ai- -' - OMldren Cry Children Cry . KENTUCKY' 9 m I BAKER'S VVVVVVVVVWVVVVHV99 MA A -- J ! CASTORIA CAStORIA 9 9 9 9 m 9999 -- SSU2S2 1 -- J 1 if . X - - 3L. " " L -- V. " Jfcfflfcpw-i- 2"2iarV" a J "H, SB T'S ? k., " -- -, y f TTaKtr"S?kPs'' ; 4 JSftA Jrf v'ftvMtn. r . x&. -- "- i- Tr 'fi'k.Sil''-i MT. VERNON SIGNAL mount an unbroken horse,' and accompany them on their-- return home. t , ,jRiDyJ !tfov. 9,Tpi5 opu. yrstppsY to'The besote;. --t. Intelligence of this' sad catas pKh&tedr&fsy Sridzj by tropfcetbeing conveyed to Whjt- EDGArt S. ALBRIGHT. ley's'stauon (near Crab Orchard), he was not at home. A messenUBSCfctEXlilN OSR YBA.R Sl.O ger, however, was dispatcht after him by Mrs. Whitley, who at the Advertising rates mste know f? same time sent others to warn and collect his company. On his re application men turn "he found twenty-on- e collected to receive his orders. With these he directed his course - MEMBER OF i to the "war path,'' intending to ffBNTUCKr PRES8 ASSOCIATION Indians returning SALF FOR TAXES, t - feKV BEST MAN IN TOWN. The best roan w- - have in our town for, the genrral good of the town is' the ore whom ou will al ways see on the fiont seal of the Droeressive band wteon. He is the first one to extend an open and warm hand to greet the stranger and wejecme him to the best town in the state. He will resent an insult to our town as quickly as he would a slur at a member of chronic croker "to move." He is ever ready to give his Just proportion to every public enterprise. He talks up our town at home and abroad., and believes it the best place upon God's green earth in which to live and desires to be buried here when he dies Let us all try to be like that man for one year and our little city will take on new life and improve as never before in its his his family. vhes the He very politely in t tory. of prosperity is spreading over the entire of the United States is net to be denied, and one encouraging tact is that in many cases, it is not the result of any effect the European war is having on the ttade relations of this country. From the papers and trade' journals from every section can be seen the reports cf the opening of factories, mills etc, in every line of business and au increased output in nearly every line of work. Thiy is evidence That a wave afternoon during a heavy down pour of rain, Miss Mae Bray and Prof Guy N. Roberts, aecompm icd by Misses Dessie Thompson FIRST BRICK HOUSE. Col. William Whitley built the and Emma Davis, stole the march first brick house in Kentucky, on other friends, and drove to the about three milts west of Crab home of Rev. H. T. Young of this Orchard, on the south side of the place, and were made man and railroad, it can be seen by passen- wife. Mrs. Roberts is the pretty gers passing that way. The build- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. ing is still a substantial structure Bray, of Wabd this county, and uday. It is claimed that "the Prof. Roberts is one of the coun-t'brick used in this build:ng were popular young teachers. hauled from Virginia " The They left, on the afternoon train brick was mado near the house, and will- make their home at Gun tho made in Virginia, for the Su'phur. The Signal extends reason at that time the r territory hearty congratulations and best was a part of the State of Vir- wishes. s - plunder; and Whitley succeeded in saining the path in advance of them He immediately saw that they had no pat, and prepared His men being for their arrival concealed in a favorable position, bad not waited long before the enemy appeared, drest in their spoils. As they approacht, they met l y a deadly fire from the con cealed wliies, whit-killed two, wounded two others and dispersed Mrs. McClure, her the rest. child and a negro woman, were rescued, and six scalps taken by the Indians, at the camp, recovered. h I wilf on dpc. 6. IQI;. betwr ptt iCock castle county; There bao tfce hours of lo o'cleofc a - been some complaints made to me m about the serving of papers. In Qffie-t tor sa.'e t ;v- - ' i so much as "the courts haVe been ,Q beW bidder th jj delivering papers to'the Constable and Deputy Sheriff and not to me scri ted i ronesriV. , D am not responsible for such pap h use and lot located in I .mogMui, Ky., known as the ers and I take this means of noti Masonic building, to satisfy taxes fving all parfies concerned of that due the Liviugston Graded School fact, The law requires that padistrict for the year 1914 against per, especially executions, shall Frrtz Krueger, H. Krueger be delivered to the Sheriff in the and the li. M. K. Flour Company, Sheriff's office. Such , papers not amounting to $25. 00 and levied delivered to me in the above preupon as the, property of the said scribed manner I will noj be reintercept the Fritz rCu-ge- r. W. H. Krueger sponsible for. over tLa' route. Fortun oome Cam Mullins, id the R M. TC. I lour Company. ately they had stopt to divide their Sheriff Rockcastle. S. Palu way, Collector. JSUj:tsoiL -pHE' ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CIVIC LEAGUE gmmtmmimHimHnmmm mmmmmmnmmmmm 3 Minll n-s- c n.,. VV - H. Damp, Treasurer. In our last issue we failed to nention the wedding of Miss Kate Parsons and Mr. Esmer Hayes. Mrs. Hayes is the pretty daughter of Mr a d Mrs. Thco. Parens of the Buckeye section. Both are popu'ar young prople of the Wildie and Buckeve vicinity. The Siqnai, joins a host of friends in wUhlng them bts of happiness. Bray-Roberts: For Sale: -- Choice extracted honev thick, well ripene'd, clear aud delicious flavor. Price 9e per pound, in 60 pound cans. Simple on rt quest. Address J. T. CleMONs, Mdrgan, Ky. -Reference; rFarmers- BTmv, Morgan, Ky. - NOTiLE To those owing me back taxes: willthe.firitweekin December, igls, advertise a'l back taxes not paid by Dec 1, as my time expires January 1, 1916 to force col lections. So jou that owe me know it, and it will save you mon ey to settle now. I Last Sunday T. J. NICELEY, ExS R. C. ginia. Col. Whitley was kiiled in the battle of the Thames, in Canada, while fight ng the British and Indians, on October 5, 18I3. The noted Indian Chief, Tecumfceh, was slam in this battle, as also was Col. Richard M Johnson. It f. going miles to see. There are mammoth pumpkins large enough lo keep Peter's wife in; a splendid Thlepuoue girls occupy small, assortment of white, yellow and wirefenced coops, where they can mixreorn, including the "bloody not be reached by anvthine but has never been fully aud clearly butcher;" pie mellons,' gourds in the appealing voice of the grocery shown which of these latter varieties, the straight and crooked salesman who is trying to locaTe named noted Kentucky pioneers handles, the rattlesuake, nest egg me snipping department on a re- great Indian chief. slew the and baby gourds. Whoppin big AMERICAN. SUFFERE IS IN verse ticket. Each girl wears a The rifle andjpowder horn that beetsand turnips. Squashes to $EED. that prosperity is returning re- Col. Whitley carried to Canada is receiver on her right ear, which gardless of the war in the loreign yet in possession of the Buchanou throw at the biids. Two pound That $100,000,000,000 from enables der to drink in a gre..t field . family (relatives) at Crab Orchard. uibu pouuues uau oig sweet po Wanaruaker would have the Uni- - ea soulf"l profanity wLich was tatoes, each large enough to make ted States use to buv Belgium Dofc intended for publication, along family meal. Ground cherries, from Booker T. Washington, VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS. German control coald be wi,n some verT animated love popcorn, chinquapius, chickory, founder of Tuskegee College, and used very effectively by many j passages which bob tip in the di As a result of vocational schools the greatest of all colored educat jumbo aud dwarf hickory nuts, American business men or other vorce proceedings al a later date ors, died at his home in Alabama some callings formerly despised, cornstalks with 5 ears to stalk, The best thing about the tele- workers who are feeling the eflast Saturday after an illnes of on- and justly so, have become pro- second crop apples, beside giant ' Pnone 8frl is tn:lt her memory is feet of hard times. Lynn (Mass!) Dentistry provides a ly a short duration, Washington fessions. apples and pears, as well as medi Daily Item, snorter than a Coney Island good example. It was once about .. did more for bis race in America um sized fruits of finest variety. walking skirt, and she is harder upon a parity with umbrella mendthan all others combined, and in There are many other things iu important to pry information out of thau a ing. A dentist had a kit'of tools his death the black man has lost Bear in mind that Chamber- - witness for the defense in a saloon and tramps about looking for vic this interesting display. There Main's tablits not only move the light. his greatest benefactor is hardly an hour of the day when If telephone girls ever got tims. As aprofession dentistry there Is not a number of interested bowels but improve the appetite together and started to tell all they and is only about fifty years old, and The entire Democratic ticket spectators inspecting and admir sale strengthen the digestion. For knew the number of abrupt by all deal&s. and although it was a calling in the was victorlqus, but that was all, ing this splendid show of Rock-castlhurried departures from the city the majority Is so small that days of Herodjtus, America's colproducts, each specimen would make the exodus from leges of dental surgery made this there is nojhing to boast about. on display bearing the name cf Egpt look like letting out prayer country tne rounder oi the prothe producer and they are; and fession. American dentists be f? $m meeting en a miny night. McCLURE'S DEFEAT came boosted acquisitions have reasons to be proud of the at Euro results of their labors. RHEUMATISM AND ALLIED pean courts and well paid Slay Six People on J nT- '' XftflBarl Indians SB?a PAINS MUST GO in European capitals Under the impression that be 3's The congestion of the blood in Skaggs Creek because vocational training schools cause an owl stays awake all night its flow causes pain. Slones Linin this country set a constantly our industrious barber, Cas Cox, eament penettates to to the con MIGRANTS ATTACKT AT NIGHT rising standard of requirement. gestion and starts the blood to thought it would add to his earnMedicine and surgery formerly ing capacity to be able to imitate flow freely. 'The body's warmth In the Year 1785. is renewed; the pain is gone The were haphazard callings. The th- owl. He therefore had a friend "man or woman who has rheu ByJ. JC barber was often the surgeon. slay a large specimen of the night matism. neuralgia or anv nthr On East Fork "of Skaggs Creek, irriest physician were resident prowler, cookt and ate the whole I pain and fails to keep Slone'sLin-eame- n on a spot of ground now owned prescribers of portions and poul bird in tHeir home is like a at two'meals, forgetting that and occupied by Erank Kirby, tices because they had other work bird's habit of drowning man refusing a rope." sleeping in day of Mt. Ver- to do. Surgeons who were not time. lour miles south-eas- t Why suffer. Get a bottle of The trick workt allright in 1 Sloan's 25c and 5oc. bottle non. In the year 1785 there took barbers were itinerant, and did not one way. Cox stays awake nights holds six times as" much as 25c de- dare double on place what is called McClure's their track for put goes to sleep standing "at the size. feat, an emigrant encampment, fear of meeting mobs composed chair" cutting hair or shavine under the charge of a man named of enraged relatives and friends of customers. Mow he is asking his McClure, was tract by Indians at the deceased. They were 'the old patrons FOR FLETCHER'S to eat owl aud report night. Six whites were killed bolder adventurers who attempt- at night to ba little mouth 'black bass. shaved. and scalpt. ed operations. The use of boiling "Mrs. McClure ran into the oil or white hot iron to stop the woods with her four Children, and flow of blood after amputation could have made her escape with were among the practices Anthree, if she had abandoned her aesthetics were, of course,' un Js Here A LL THE TIME fourth, this an infant in her arms, known, and the man who fell into cried aloud and thereby gave the the hands of the surgeon fared Office in Residence .savages notice of their where- worse than the man who was 1 mp Back f tVurt House, Tfl'vliU Old Maid Street. abouts. She beard them "coming; taken by savages. He could neith the night, the grass, the bushes er escape nor resist torture. toffered her concealment without Courier Journal. the infant, nut she was a mother, and determined to die with it; the like ieoling prevented her from telling the three eldest to flee and The undersigned strictly forbid hunthide. She feared they would be ing or trespassing on their lands and " will prosecute, to the extent of the law, v?bw a ' i a A f Couch Caskets lost if they left her side; the hopes all violators. is unexcelld they would not be killed if they Wade Hunt, J. remained. In the meantime the TTirsf Hand - made CofBns furnished Po .ted : I will give $1 reward Indians arrived and extinguished Hearse sent, to all parts of both fears and hopes in the blood for i.f umatiou leading to the arand conviction of any one the County. oi the thtee children. The young- rest SOLD BY caught bunting on my farm. ill a Aff orders' by Wire PromptlyFjIled est, and the mother they made J. J. Adams. 41 captives. She was taken back to " camp, where there was plenty the . of provisions, and compelled to FOR FLETCHER'S ' 9-M 1. VERNON, KY. In the Phone caok for her captors. f yNT MT. VERNON, KY. morSitQg tbey compelled her to - The disp'ay of corn, vegetables, fruits, nuts, sorghum, etc., in Fish's show window is well worth IN YOUR SYSTEM You wili rind Dr. King's New Live Pills a most satisfactory laxative in releasing the poison irom your system. , Accumulated wast iind poisons cause manifold unless released. Dizziness spots before the eyes, blackness and a miserable feeling generally are indications that you need Dr King's New Hfu Pills. Tate a dose to night and yon will experi ence great! ul relief by morning. 25c The telephone girl is a cherry body in a $98 shirt waist, who has nothing to do all day but sit m an easy chair and steer the gab waves in some other direction Her busine-- s is to enable people with abundant leisure who live on patv line to converse like a serial story until rung off by a thunderstorm. sil-ments GET RID OF THOSE POISONS The plan of organization is to I-W- ANTED-I maintain a county organization, with subordinate leagues throughout the county. A local league was organized at Brodhead on Thursday evening'of last week This was the best Civic League Bring meeting that has been held in the county, to date. The crowd, that met in the town hall, was not only good numerically,,but it was representative of the business and professional people of the town. Etc. -These people are interested and are going to support the league Thirty five cards were signed that of night, a number were signed the next day, and the secretary says E and get the Highest Price in Cash. that one hundred'pledges will be signed in Brodhead. These you have in the Produce names have not reached the secLine, we will handle it-retary in Mt Vernon, but shall be printed in this column later E. R. Gentry, F. and H. T. Young, of i t. Vernon, were at Brodhead for this meeting. The following'pledge cards have come to the secretary for the Mt, Vernon League: J. S. Irvine, W. H. Livesay, J. H. Bowman, C. H. Mullins, R. A. Sparks, Mrs. Zula alilliiiiiiuiUiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiII Sparks, K. J. Mc Kinney, C. T. Sigraon, J. A Owens. Wallace Las w e 11, ("Orlando). Other tv.VSJS 'J A& !&, :u. .; pledges have been signed that r - TS?' 1 have not been turned in. Plans & KIn i"v''y ;' KiSei' are being made to organize lt.Svr- w ' "y w EU r. 11 leagues at Livingston and Wildie within this mouth. 7 wtv-- iYOUR PRODUCE! Us Your ( Chickens,Turkeys, 1 NUTS No matter what Ducks and Geese J 1 Eggs, Furs, Hides, ALL KINDS 3 3l I CASH WHEN YOU BRING IT IN. Thomason & Presfonl I . MT. VERNON, KY. . -- J m i W1L LINGLY Because a cold is stubborn is rcison why you should be. In stead of "wearing" it out, get sure relief by taking Dr. King's New Discovery.. Dangerous bton chial and lung ailments often fol low a cold which has been neg lected at the beginning. As you body faithfully battles those cold garms, no better aid can be given thin theuse of this remedy. Its merit has b en.testfd by old and young. Get a bottle to day. 50c and $100. COLDS DO NOT LEAVE & r d&&!&Z,. -- Jsr.rrt''" yy emJn$to .22's Have the Call! rifle-shoot- in Cartridges will give you better, surer results than any other in the world. Go to the leading dealer the one who displays the Red Ball Marl: of Remington- - UMC. He'll tell you w hat sportsmen think about these famous .22 cartridges and he'll show you the Remington-UMRifles, Single Shot. and Autoloading in a class by themselves for feel, easy operation and consistent performance. C Slide-actio- n o the level X 7ITH the rise of .22 V V of a sport, Remington-UM- C became the fastest illine .22 ammunition in the world. Whatever make of .22 rifle you shoot, Remington-UM- C Sold by your horn dealer and 3095 other leading merchants in Kentucky Metallic Cartridge Co. . Ramtngton Arms-Unio- n Woolwarth Building (233 Broadway) N.w York Otjr- c with me and have some of my wife's good oreaa 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 OME home to dinner 4 es i prac-tictione- rs - - Children Cry five-poun- d CASTORl 54u-- ? W, T. FRANCIS DENTIST 1 to give satisfaction, confidence when she bakes for Morning Star Flour never goes wrong, but goes further than usual floui by making more loaves to the sack, causes the least care in the mixing, and kneading, and produces the moat satis! ying 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 Floor 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 yon have tried Morning Star Flour you will never know a perfect flour Rockcastle Milling Co Incorporated C. T. RIDDLE BRODHEAD, KY. yHf 1 POSTED ym r T UNDERTAKER iSri? S :j jXg3asx&x!gxi)pcx I GRANVILLE OWENS UNERTAKER Ky LINE xx&xx$& I idJSJt tur lie LTATS !; Brodhead COMPLETE Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele- j 1mm Children Cry rt CA3TORIA I ': W, A. COX, phone orders Promptly ' Filled t MT. VERNON SIGNAL' Mt. Vjsrnon Ky Nov 19, 1915 f vou &et u at Fish's its right. yu know I 79 waa No. 79" toCommunU oats wlthfllQNAL up wnan Everything ior the boys to wear at Fish's. 79 that Fish's will enlarge your picture free for cash trade? Did you know THE OLD RELIABLE 3 DRESS UP for :. C Hi Ask them. Rev. Jack Lunsford will preach at the Cbristan church st this place Sunday evening, Nov 28. Dee Cummins and family Louisville. Nashville R R.Co. TIME TABLE. 22 uortn 24 north 23 south 21 5.04 p m 3:56 am 11:39 am South Phone No. 8. 12:13 a m Jas. Landrum, Agent. "ntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postofice stcond-ciu- i mail matter. have moved to the farm near Wabd and C. D. Sutton has moved to the residence they vacated. A comfortable place to spend the winter is in one of Coopers Kenosha Klosed Zrotchi Union Suits, they are on sale now at li BAKING !l Zv0F $& M - lH Tit-- cffleMGIVWG DON'T WAIT DO IT NOW! Don't put off getting your new fall outfit until after Thanksgivings Everything worn oy young men and young old men is here ready for you. Get in now. You might just POWDER Absolutely Pure L K r If r it H. Conover, dentist, wishes to state to his patrons that he will be out ol bis office one PERSONAL week from Saturday, closing Nov. "27th to Dec. 6th. J. Fish is in Cincinnati buying For Sale: On account of poor G:aded School 7tems. goods. health I have decided to bell my Rev. M. G. Fish was in LivingNovetnber,,iS ,9r5 Restaurant on Main street, near As the aril days approach, our ston during the week. Mt. Vernon Hotel. Will invoice boys realize with regret F;LoRan Thompson, Chm that the1 ? Leonard Kirby has gone to about jaiucrs .uurei, oeureiary. $350. E. J. Anderson. basket ball season will soon be Harlan counu U din toal. Mt. Vernon, Ky , over. They have lost only ore Mrs. Thco. Parsons, of the dear Patent: Charles Cox, a sec- game out. of six this season. The My ffflr o friends: A Buckeje section, is very sick mttat elr.niiniin n 3 .r. t . . tion man, of Pine Hill, has secured wiiaie Basket Hall team gave our t a....., AUiuaiollCUUUUadUU.W UL y. 1.1 U G. Baker wis in Louisville as well have new outfit and a patent on rail that requires no team a splendid game Saturday ,m tne enu, proved to oe,.tne most closely contested election eve r during the week buying goods. fish plates on bolts at the joints atternoon. They plaed splen- held have the pleasure of wearing it. have to buy in Kentucky, we h.ve conie Miss Silie Ri trts, who has It appears, to be a fine thing. A didly for the practice they have out victorious. Otflcial returns been very sick, is slowly improv- model will be shown to railway had. one some place sooner or later. Do now. are all in and there is no longer ing. managers at an early date. Miss Ruth Mullins, one our Come today and see any doubt about the result. Mr. Mr and Mr. James Winstead Seniors, has been called to teach Our Boone Way man, while Stanley has been elected Govern are the proud puenta of a fine earthing rerords of Oaniel a rural school for the next few or and the entire Democratic bov Boone's activities in Kentucky weeks ticket hs won The majority is Cincinnati on between i767, and 1820, is digC I) Sutt-nisiThe High Scho 1 girls are now not verv flattering but it fs entire business for the firm of Sutton & ging up some interesting history. having Domestic Science under lv sufficient On the seventh of McBre See description of McClure!s de Miss Krohn, and the entire High December Mr. Stanley will beSchool is having Public School Mrs Margaret Grimes Bed is feat in this issue of the Sigfi, 1. come the Chief Executive of the Music under the direction of Miss here from Lexingcon visiting her Tinsley Saylor, aged 4o years, Newberry State, and to your efforts and . both members of the mother those of other members of our of the Hickory Grove section of Langdon School Faculty. Mrs. E J. Brown, of Stanford, this county, died Tuesday of organization Arthur Thompson, after a pro- the election the happy results of was the guest of relatives here and was buried near his tracted illness, is is attributable. agiin in High JNo during the week. home Wednesday. candidate for the high office Mr. Saylor School find here a good clean stock to select from R. A Welch was in Loui-vil- U came Irom Harlan county a few of Governor ever had so much to Mnadous has resumed her last week co -- u sting a specialist ears ago and was a good citizsi. sell for cash and you place in the Sixth grade after be- contend with as did Mr. . Stanley, have other peopled and is much better. Plans and specifications tor re ing out for two weeks on account andjit is 'oubtful if any other man debts could have, under the same cir pay Chester Lmdruui hs been con taining walls and sidewalks on of illness cumstances, Jed the party to vicfined to hi room most of the week east and toutb sides of Elmwood Mrs Mullins reports good work Big values .in Shirts. Caps Shoes Underwear with a severe cse of grip. cernet-- ry g.tten up by the engm lor the Literary Societv in her tory On behalf of the candidates and to eering hrm of B gg & Forbes, room. Aubry Martin is President Mr.-S O F.inklin w-and everything worn by mankind this committee, I thank you most Richmond hst week where 'she Richmond, can be een at store of the society. 1 Artist Votfr.i1 V Onr) underwent an operation tbis week of Robt. & E. B. Cox Bids for J' Smnie Cummins is temporarily! ., . . v..i.i4 wy wwsmvI. his work will be received Qupto absent from Hieh School nn 90.1 Mr. and Mis. Meece.of Pulaski-countmen r the assistance In Mr 1 p m Nov 20 haxt been count of moving to the country. ' S during the hef"u'ly Jendered and Mrs. W. H.owd r, of near Patrons and friends of.the school The army General Sfatf has campaign. Expressing the hope town completed a report on the military are cordially invited to visit the of seeing all of ou at the inaugu-tatioDr. and Mrs. P. H. Conover needs of the country, in ""which a school at any time. I am, Sincerely yours, will leave Sunday for a weeks' radical program is set forth. WHO ARE THESE S. W. Hager, Chairman PEOPLE?" visit to his old home at Colum The report recommends incr eas?S Refused Gocd Homes Last bia, Ky. ing the regular army to 250,000 !nd her 'hree Services at Christian Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Young and with reserves of 300,000, and in IeeLa "9Tn sun came 10 JLan uauKuwjis anu a "oyswK? daughter, Virginia Louise, of Lou addition to a force of 100,000 men ville. The woman said her husChurch for Sunday 5S&, isville, will arrive Saturday to be with at least a years training. IsSaOfiS iBjBitiot C10B5 band had driven her and her Sunday School 9:45 the guests of Rev. and Mrs. H. T. Mrs C C. Moore died Monday children from their home near Mt Preaching bervice 11:00 a. m. Young. morning at the M. E Hospital iu Vernon and that they were out Subject; "God's Provision for Miss Matye Dolan of Evansville Indianapolis, Ind l Mrs. Moore seeking assistance. They applied Saving-thWorld" Ind , has been with her sister, was Miss Margaret McClary, at the Salvation Army'headquar-tea- s Christian Edeavor 6:30 p. m. r Mrs. R. A. Welch, at this place, daughter of tine late J. K. Mcand Capt. McDonald sucPreaching Service 7:30 p. m. and her mother, Mrs J. P. Dolan, Clary, of this place, and has a ceeded in placing all of them in Subject: "The Gospel . of at Pine Hill. host of relatives and friends in good homes. They were given ' Misses Ella Mae McKenzie, this county. Besides her hus their rooms and board and were Prayer-raeetin- e at 7' n. m. on Verna Welsh, Anna Mae Purcell band, she leaves a baby girl two paid besides. Each was placed in Wednesday of ach weelj and Mr. Rob McKenzie spent the years old a different home. In le- - tliMn two We will h ve Thaksgiving and reia week ends with friends J. W. Rider was awarded the days the womar quit her j ib and service on Thursday We should IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS tives near Lancaster Iace& like for this to he a union service l" contract tor the seven miles of Charley Southard, who is run- pike leading from Mt Vernon to andgatheredupherchudrenand;for a the congregations in 111 aicut uu me i au. ning an extra gang.on tbr Hender- Roundstone Creek at $28.ooo isu iuwu. . .. n i town- - M.1111a sii.iii int oiun in have ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. LONG RETURN LIMIT. STOP OVERS. son Route, was with relatives at The contract has been approved bv ride on the Shakertuwn pike ons? representatives from ihe other FOR FULL INFORMATION, APPLY TO NEAREST TICKET AGENT OR WRITE another Pine Hill during the week. nteh't' churches take oarts on the pro Mr.Terrill,Cominissioner of Roads. night and , ,. . Lexington, Ky. H. C KING, Passenger and Ticket Agent, 101 East Main Street, Fred McFerron spent a onion It is now up to Mr. Rider to get inev were, taKt-- m oy (eople and gram. Cincinnati, Ohio W. A. BECKLER, General Passenger Agent, of the week with his parents. Mr. busv and build some pike. We cared for. The woman .spread and Mrs. A. H. McFerron. understand that he will begin the report after she had induced Wanted: A salesman. Must her cbilden to leave good homes have Fred is an electrician and holds a at once. had experience on the road that the JSalvaiion Army would in the wholesale grocery business. splendid position in Lexington. James Burke, a fireman, Was J. M. had an interesting histor- give them no as.ist nee and t at Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Haes, of ical article in last issue of Pine Reference requited 1 killed and Dr. J. T. .Chawk, city they were,fon;ed to sleep on the IT GIVES THS BSST RESULTS. Helena, Montana, are with Mr. ville Sun, on Otter & Co , veterinarian, and Morgan Dulan- Josh, Bell county. roadside. Capt? McDonald will ., LIOnT, Hayes' mother, Mrs Mary Bates, Rirhraond papers will have an 10th and St. Louis Ae. trade ey ,a licensed inspector in the Sink ar furnish anyone interesied with and other relatives at Berei foi a tide this week from him on early Louisville, Ky. ing Fund officer all of Louisville, 7,--., ,v :6 I the names ot tue families in which Mr. Hayes, two months' visit were injured when Dr. Cbawk's history of Madison county! whose the child rei and woman wee R. W. Preston has hought the who has made gocd in the railroad first county seat was Milford, in which they were driving sit placed that thev may go 1 o these bakery from Luther Manus. Mr. tolned tupUe Monday afternoon business.hclds a splendid position uated four and one half miles people and 6ecure full informa- - P.eston has done the oaking since on tbe Eighteenth streefc road at his western home. south ot Richmond and removed, tion as to the fac s iu the case, the place was opened over a month Qear gfc Heleng R. B Mullins and family will to Richmond in I78I into "John', When last heard from the woman ago leave al o it the 25 of this "month Miller's new stable " IN ANx land children had EVani,. for Richmond where thev will ' POSlTIQN. The Same but Different: fort and were seeking assistance, Vv Mr make their future home 5HEUX)P0IVES A V 3te&3ic&3i: ttunning a newspaper says the People in Danville . re so generous H nH Muhins is making the change t5SXe leverage. I v. ardJPae Ausburn Standard, is just like in giving beggars that many for the reason that he will be a hotel onlv different, posters come this wav AU beg-Whmore centrally located in the ter a man poes into a hotel and ars without exception should be ritory over wbich he travels We finds something-o:- j thetablewhich referred to the Salvation Army regret to lose Mr and Mrs. Mul- does not suit him. he does .not headquarters where each appli-raisB i i sssssB y isBH mnP isWs,ssssssWJ t r ins from our number, but we s investigated Impostors hades with the landlord andcant . hope the change will prove both tell him to stop his old hotel, are refused help; ,the worthv are am f A pie5x-ssf I1A n Vk C A $fcc9fc: . . . UlDHUL 1 J, , ;, t tjA&V4n. OiltUru UlUUIdtUC l WJV4.- IUC1U, i' well, hardly. He sets that dish 1neipeaunaJl piacen m V g.ioa, p si mr o MW njt 4J ivi u 11117 V ti 4.A 4U4 i. AVIUaV I.. to one side and wades int., the tl0na Those who object g.ng 10 r Hill, will come to Mt Vernon many dishes that suit him. It is tne salvation Army for help may about Dec. 1st, and occupy Mr. cheerfully Smithsonian different with some newspaper be regarded as imposters and unMullins house. readers. They find an article oc worthy. Danville Advoeate. : furnished requests . T , LOCAL casionally mat aoes not suit them Tabitha Hiatt, the colored wo- exactly, and without stopping to man who has lived with Atty. and by St Don't let another cold-sna- p like tmnK it mignu piease nundreds ot Mrs. J. W, Brown 361 for several this catch you without a . good, readers, make a grand stand play years, Is in Des Moines, Iowa, on igx&acamxiifDicz warm wool suit or overcoat from and tell the editor how a paper a visit to. her sisters and Th Taniac last week W - .r- -. tV Fish's. should be run and what .should be underwent a serious operation, yElSLQN, KY: lv.-i'Phonft No.;39t A bzi o3- - s-tv r game is sched put into it But such people are Sis, as she is called, has manv A basket b friends among the white people uled here Saturdaya m., between vbecoming fewer every year. OhiVaren-OOUlCLiren Tondon aud Mt. Vernon Graded You can save by -- paying cafh of Mt Vernon, who will be gkd v t$n finoHin'i &3e9e3C9&C&(& 3iC3tK3lCX3fe3lC3foC2 for Fletcher; to hear of her' speedy recovery. and buying at Fisti's. Try it? Schx)l teams. B. u Fish's. Dr Contains No Alum SIfSs ir-19-- tf. .. 1 that You'll irom it n FISHS SPECIALS yphoid P15. SPECIALS Ia You'll J -- We don't to Hats, nt -- I TTi-k- ii y, - vis-tin- g Come and See. What a Little Cash Will Do. n, I J m e I THE CASH STORE Florida - Cuba - New Orleans WINTER TOURIST TICKETS "'""" " 1 ! I ra-he- rl Gsc&xik: -- im-runni- prcp I wA, IB I IT lie L'r IONIAN 91 1 , truss! I I" en e JONAS McKENZIE THE OLD RELIABLE H -i' 1 - .r4 k 4" - ..... 1 'Dciiy3y' TBaJFTgi A. good line of 22JftJ2SiAi2ii!BW ' Truss " upon Fitted ad Sold OHAS. O. DAVIS flgnt -- General Merchandise The -- Farm Implements ' I' -- Qryn : ft i$x& eASTORlAv CASTOR tmt .z zr$C iCe .1 GREAT WORK OF KENTUCKY'S FISH AND GAME COMMISSION COVERS AND STREAMS OF STATE BEING RESTOCKEC WITH THE HOPE OF ONCE AGAIN MAKING KEN- TUCKY A SPORTSMAN'S PARADISE msaTF m. .k sk - jcix yy ...vm EXECUTIVE AGENT WARD A BUSY MA Wf O HWta R-- ? IPvJ' C 'Ml. Clubs Are Being Organized In the Different CouniLs Promote Interest and With the Commission Co-Operate &5 Which? gM .i Bloody Ground." "When Daniel Boone and his sturdy pioneers came to Kentucky by the Wilderness road they found a land far. tile beyond their wildest hopes, abounding with game and flBh, upon which they were dependent for food and clothing. In reaching Kentucky, Boone and his followers found that the Indian tribes to the north, south And west had preceded them. To Kentucky the Indians made annual pilgrim-Agto kill their winter supply of game, which was found in great abundance And of gplendid quality. At that time there was game In plenty for all, but the Indians looKed with disfavor upon the presence of the white man, realising that it meant the destruction of their favorite hunting grounds should they be left to occupy the land, so they Stubbornly resisted by every possible means the advancement of the foreign hunter. The Indian did not kill to excess and was determined that his happy hunting ground should not be destroyed. Their stubborn resistance made the name And early hiBtory of "KaJntuckee" typical of its Indian name, "Dark and e hunters license. Of the $5,000 appro priated, only ?420.71 was drawn fron the appropriation In the month? 0 June and July, 1912. This amount, an the remainder of the $5,000, was re turned to the state in August, 1912 Since that time the Commission ha not drawn one cent from the state'-fundfor the maintenance of the department, and it is specially provide l that the state can not give any assistance, and the Statt Treasurer is directed not to honor an warrants drawn by the Game and Fisi Commission unless the money Is in the State Treasury to the credit of tht Game and Fish Protection Fund. AH of this fund must be derived from the s mm MAk b w tfPw w a1 mt i ytttnUB,li.'in .W rOvR5V ?r fOQCJ "Everything baked with ' GnBW DM AXJi Calumet It as tempting delicious AfQj wholesome rOvl fOQ1 A nKj )O0 furthe-financia- AM DQlJI jQQ jQQ SfQ QOl I 3QQ? rarM KJCA Bakinfr Powder it's mod- rernto in price pure In the ein d4 pure In lbs Uldnj ""QAQfl wonderful la learcnlnf antral h JCJQu ii mini n wb yawci inn in in 10 bur nd to me." kYjB i Rm-,wm- 4 I want 'em all. For vCX things hard to baka right QQC It enn't bo equalled. Cfdu-ufmet is the world's best QQ? tf The pioneer, like, the Indian, took only of this supply for food and raiment, but with civilization grew the Aport of bunting for pleasure, and so wantonly was game destroyed by this class of citizens that thoughtful anil representative men soon realized that if game was to be conserved for future generations, it was necessary to enact Jaws protecting them during the breed. Ing season. The first game laws in Kentucky, of which there is any record, were passed In 1822, and were for the protection of fish. In fact, most of the early laws were measures for fish protection. At that timo all laws in the state upon this subject were local or county laws And remained so until the adoption of the present Constitution. Since that time all laws enacted upon this subject Jjave been state measures, applying alike to each county in the state. To the county authorities were charged the enforcement of measures of this character. To the average citizen there was little necessity for the enforcement of these measures; in fact, there was so little public sentiment for the enforcement of these laws that they were openly violated without fear of prosecution. To those who gave the subject thought, it was apparent that it was nocessary to create a new law and entrusting to and charging others and specially named officers with their enforcement. A bill was introduced in the 1910 session of the Legislature providing for the creation of a Game and Fish Commission, but was defeated. A similar measure, possibly wider in scope, was Introduced in 1912 and enacted Into This law Is found in its entirety in Chapter 35, Acts 1912. To this Commission and its agents are entrusted the enforcement of the law and the restocking of fields and Atreams with game and fish. Authority was given to the Commission to ap point wardens throughout the state to enforce the law. Chapter 35, Acts 1912, made no changes In the then existing game laws, except that it provided that all hunters when hunting oft their own land or that immediately their own, with the permission of the owner, should first secure a hunting license, for which they were to pay the County Court Clerk $1. The clerks were allowed to retain 15 cents for each license, directing jthat the remainder be sent to the Treasurer of the State, to be placed to the credit of tne Game and Fish Protection fund. The law provided that five thousand ($5,000) dollars should be appropriated for the maintenance of the department during Its first year. This sum, however, to be in the nature of a loan, and directed that the Commission should return this sum or as much thereof as used to the Treasurer from the first moneys collected from the sale of law, which became effective in 1912. unteer wardens w'as made, "the Com mission agreeing, should their funds be sufficient during year, to compensate as many of the wardens as passible, the selections.for paid rep- resentatives to be made upon the merit" system and without regard to political affiliations. The Commission is crate ful to the volunteer wardens for their services and is earnestly laboring to develop a paid, competent warden serv ice as rapidly as their funds will permit. The Commission Is "hot now able nor will it be for some time to have a paid warden service in each count of the state, but even If this were pos slble, they could not accomplish the ends that they so earnestly desire until they have the and support of interested parties and representative citizens, and by this assistance and is meant, not only their assistance in securing the arrest and conviction of all violators, but by giv ing out the Information In order that the general public might thoroughly know the reasons and necessity for the strict observance of the laws. the-ne- xt &lej)f hunting-licensDuring the year e. 1912- - a call fb'r vol fQJ yvjc XSa HiaUarf- - A Kru Cul' Bui Fru Sii SUf in PiuitJ Can wtui Kjkaj 0999 jOOU 88 Ii IJ WfW7lff ronsT t XJO ixQcAiihPvvSpi ibSS CONDITIONS EXISTING IN OTHER STATES. Hunting License. The resident hunting license law is not a new departure and prevails in every state in the Union, except Maine, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, North Carolina and Mississippi. Every state in the' Union now reing license, except Arkansas, and there a Is not permitted to hunt except upon his own land. All of the State Game and Fish Commissions throughout the United States and Can-adnon-reside- THE Cheap and big canBakingPowders do not save you money, Calumet docs it'sPare and far superior to sour milk and soda. DESPONDENCY DUE TO IN quires that non-residen- ts have a hunt are maintained and operated by a advertise and and got a bottle of them did I find the right treatment. Soon began to improve, and since taking a few bottles of them my digestion is . fine." For sale by all dealers. HOMK RExMEDIES DIGESTION It is not atal surprising that persons who have indigestion become discouraged aud despond ent. Here are a few words of hope and cheer for them by Mrs Alanche Bowers, Indiuna, Penn., For years my digestion was so poos that I could onLy eat the lightest foods. I trier! every thiug that I heard of to get relief, but uot nntil about a. year ago when I saw Chamberlain's Tablets Claud Stokes and Sunday with his sister. Mrs. George Barnes. Little Dortha Niceley is visittngjier grandmoth er, Mrs. Wm. Niceley Wm. LouLville S.eamboatman De- Sowder, Sr. has moved to the res idence of his brothei. A C. Sowscribes Recovery Via der, near this, place. Hassie Tanlac. Niceley spent last week with his aunt, Mrs. Nancy Harper at Spiro Louisville, Ky , Nov. 19, 1915. Mrs. Wm. Arnold, Jr. and Ciptain T. S. Oatraan, one of the of Vit. Vernon, spent oldest and best known river pilots Saturday and Sunday with the in Louisville, who resides at. 308 Jamilyrf James Arnofd. D. M. South iAth street, this chy, adds Cre.ss, of the Wahd section, was his testimony to hundreds of oth t thru this part Saturday buying (ers in Louisville, who have gained cattle Farmers in this section j relief bv the use of Tanlac, Cap- le very bus gathering com. iein uaiman said : Dud, Nov 12. the eight months "I have been afflicted with old child of Mr. and Mrs. ' Henry stomaoli disorders aud catarrh Mink. We have had an extra! i many years. My condition be pre ty fa 1 but last Monday morn came so serions that I lojt my apus think that winter had uig ma-ipetite, loods of a solid nature al come in earnest. ways causing great discomfort Rash of this place, has Mk and pain in the abdomen moved to Liv.irgston. George "mMy catarrh also became wore, PercituV moved to the house for and every damp, .cool "mot nine I meny occupied by Mr. Rash, and -would "get up wich a chomna sen- - George Wirtead moved to the sation iu my thrQat.and a fuh. ess house y Mr. Perciful. acati'd ot .my J coughed. up nl'ucus L Mrs George Barnes snent "a d weul aout sniffling most of Tuesday with Mrs. Charles Car the time. mical. Mrs. James Arnold sold :'l tried Tanlac and &uud it a nice lot oi turkeys la;?t week for was the best thing I had don; in which she got good prices The many years, a it helped me fiom larmers that have calves to sell the fir&t dose. My catarrh has should ro.u them some time virtually disappeoied and my stom- ago, as she price ha-- , reduced con ach is strong aud feels right. I siderably How many of us have Cannot praise Taul&c too highly " stopped to tbiuk ihat ThanksgivTanlac, the premier preparation ing day is near at hand, and if we is noiv obtaiuaflle tn Mt. Ve'rnon, would s op murmering, work at Chas. C Davis' Drug Store and harder and be nore thankful tor can also be obtainod at Livingstou oui Maker, we would not have at the Central Drug Co., and at such a hard time. Rev. Carmical John Robins' drug Store, Brod-hea- closed a very successful meeting Ky. at Sinking Valley church on last BEST COUGH MEDICINE FOR Sunday witlrthirty five additions, thirty by baptism. Such a meetCHILDREN "Three yoars ago when I was ing a- - that speaks well for the It seems there are livinj in Pittsburg one of mv community children had a hard cold and some who are thinking of the caughed dreadfully. Upon the hereafter. advice of a dl'Uggipt I purchased a bottle of ohamberlain's Cough Remedy and it benefitted him at FOR FLETCHER'S once. I find it the best cough medicine for children because it is pleasant to tike. They do not cno is k. ob?ect to taking it," writes Mrs. teuersait Ji."' Lafayette Tuclr. Homer Cnv. Pa. w ItkMia i ins remeuy contains no opium COMPLETE TWO YEAK C0UKSE. erca LL.B. 11th Tear onena O: t. 3. f or other uarcotics, and may be trail term, Jan. S. Prepares for bars iu given to a child as confidently as instates. Ao.tdto!uLuurtsaiul4Urso libraries. ItnrMii. Tiilt...n to an adult. Sold by all dealers. t3l!ypoTr.e.Fori1.t.KciitaIocaokna of ,A OKn Ouotcne Etching Uili jammfMEL- TLoinaJt:rttnr. ready to JELLS limit nuw REUEF i PllflT ri XT' : "v '--- Tf aM!Ji! spent Saturday l -- Children Cry for Fletcher's """HBHHIHHHIHBHIHB CUE The Kind You Have Always Bought, and ihich has been uao lur over ou years, uas Dornetlae signature of ana, nas Dccn made under his per-Imitations and Experiments that trifle with and endanger the " are but health of infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-goo- ch-.ldre- AH Counterfeits, CZr&ft f7j-f- a, &CCtfilZ AllOW nO Ollft to (llPeiva d. s.onal supervision since its infancy. r I.. !., I CJastoria suhstitnto for Castor Oil. Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor otber substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroysNarcotic Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief Constipation. Flatulency, 'Wind Colic, all Teething ofTroubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels. 2?.f im4ls th.e ood SivhiS healthy and natural sleep! Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA is a harmless GENUINE CASTORIA f ALWAYS Bears the Signature of h-'a- d. T The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over THg CIHTAUII COMAMV MgWVOWKCtTV. oO Years h-.v- e I This Bank Wishes to Keep Constantly Befcre I d, h THE FACT TH IT IS SEEKIN Your business CMiaren Cry And Is Prepared To Care For It. OASTORI A 1 &lf-hel- &&&i&&&ggj& & W&sNtm ImraS: n Peop Mt. Vernon iXX FOR SALE One good farm in Rockcastle and another tract of 350 acres of wild land, which vih be sold at a bargain. " There is enough timber on the land to pay for it. I also ELLIOTT frame. crlta PEHNEBAKER, Stc LoiisriUe, A Bank Kentucky o-o-- o Ifc J.C-MeCLAR- Y ijmze.ttMmMirm&mmmb&izmt -- The cut ahowt a Llewelyn on point, after a bevy of quail have been flushed. funds accruing from the sale of hunters' license, and in each state, as in Kentucky, the property owner is not laxea to maintain a Commission. Combination hunting and flshrng flsh-.erm- ,x';StrffoWSJ)fersi;sj: iz&hm license, permitting the huntr,and to both hunt and fish upon a single license, is ..now in vogue in fourteen states. Other states are sure to follow this plan, as in "states where only the hunter is required to pay license, the fisherman is equally benefited, the funds being spent alike for the improvement of conditions for ooin, ana It seems but Just that the fisherman should contribute his part to the enforcement of the law and the restocking of the streams with fish, by which ha is surely benefltd. HUNGARIAN PARTRIDGES ter using this remedy. A PINE WBOOPJNG L'OUGH In May, 1914, we liberated 300 Hun- Touch warts and corns with a cainel's hair brush dipped iu io dine. Butter or vaseline is excellent for a burn; if the place is covered instant irom the air no blister willjappear. For a severe headache, a towel out of hot water and ap plied to the back of the. neck will often give in&tant relief. A good healing .ointment for Skin eruptions or abrasions is made of bismuth and white vase line. ' Use one part of bismuth and three parts of vaseline. - The eves are greatly strength ened, and what strengthens the eyes brightens tlhem, by using 'a daily wash of rose'water. Hoarseness and ordinary sore throat is quickly relieved by put ting a tablespdbnful of piue tar in a vessel of boiling water and inhaling the steam by holding ihe head, covered, with a woolen shawl, about three feet above the steaming vessel. Care should be taken uot ioNexpose one s self to a draft or cold wind immediately at wi-un- g have a good sawmill located near the above described land. This mill is alio for sale at" a big bar gain. ,.. UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER The above mentioned farm consists of 115 acres, 25 acres in cult valion, has two houses and two barnes, 250 young fruit trees, ood well and plenty of stock1 water. There are about 4o acres of this land which can.be cultivated with any kind of machinery. -- Tis Said Our natiou is composed of a luxury-lovinpeople, careless of cost and reckless of expenditure, with the lack of realisation what wise economy means. mold our habits and desires as wisdom dictates, and prepare for future emergencies and opportunities and open an account NOW in g m Good, wire fence around most of If that be so, let us endeavor to the tand. This land is located on Sand hill, seven "miles South of Mt. Vernon. If sold at once will Mount Vernon Monumental 40 at a bargain. .The wild lands above mentioned are located on Long branch, near Livingston, Ivy. This land will M be sold at a bargain, and wjien I ofanJ sqy bargain, I mean just what I and say. If you are interested ask the Granite Monuments of all WsJIm price, vou will be astonished when kinds. Estimates furnished you learn .how cheap this land can on application. he bought. .There is enough lor GEO. OWENS Propr iwogo'.d farms and .will be divid ed if desired. For further inforPone 112 mation address i.:w: The Bank of Mt. Vernon MT. VEKNON, KY. Manufacturers i ooo m m R.L.McFERRON,-iVl- t Vernon, Ky. . C. Williama, W, STOMACH TROUBLE ATTORNFY-AT-LA- garian partridges; twenty Sf these Mothers. Dr. Bell's .Pine ,Tar. birds were sent to each of fiftee'tf coun-tieThe birds seemed to take very and Honey 'is iust kindly to Kentucky, and many scatter. for vour, children's- - coldLailmentsJ s. ' When Croup Comes . REMED. the-reme- 'dv 0"o,'rrhvrv"? -' il "- : re pons were had of these q ualities loohenS the- - mucus m- - the little over, the throat and chest. The vtfr" to get a report f'omihe tnroat, so- tries trie Junes and ?!vIn3 X. .!r",e?P.0m!n' "d ,,u Dyine oou7aeat,ioosentuo ., rre ot cnarge to aid the hnntpr 0Pe . r. - i. Will give US en up .the-a- ir pass-eT- The :. IM - A.' CtnmlU. . its work. " definite InforSmtJon. binatloSffll honev-- soothing and Bound sleep. 25c, C0c, or $1.00. VHWNiri&gTHtS.TTtADZ MARK pleasaifr with the loosening pme f7 ' ? szwZzz .- enemy of cold c nditions. - ItsJ T MT. VERNON. KY. -OFFICE.'- On 2rd. "floor fo Treat Externally The Bank ' t" Mt. Vernon , on'Church Ireet: Spe ial attention given Theola niethoa of dosing delicate little t- - collections. Majeritjr e Frieids Thongtt Mr. taking other medicines. hone 3. n take his advice, although Hofkes Woald Die, Bat Vick'a "VaD.OEub 8aivfl. justh -- fOR FIVE YEARS I decided I did to :Z tht --" ..i kTi I cotiitv"" V. aSff?. WZL SJ&? . I ii .),. A family of growing chijdrerr quality makenMhis iujdeal .tough remedy ft rchildiqn Each passing year briugs for knew friends. can-J yycPc ? Hv Conover V not here ht 0e 1 Helped His to any confidence in it. I' have now been taking Black-Draug- Recovery. HUb Dentist- Phone-49-- S. fbrlhree months, and it has cured aw haven't had those awful sick headaches since I MT. VERNON, KY 5- Fron tRooms oven Ralrr'n - tniv T bottle. LOUWW. CohstrmioiT An eicltalTo maslc school - Optin September 7th.Com.' pletecoureca in PInoV olee. Violin. Orn. 'Cello, Publlo Bcbool ilulv Theory, Hr- nooTiLBiiUite; cujsttn la History of Muilr. Eniembla SUTtasand Sttbt Keadlnf, Diploipa lssaed. ArtUt and undent pormltory for glnwTnltknli.w.-J'orculniiarr- i rectteadrstucK N M : -u MSIC T)i KMtaMky whW pen4a Mm T mmII fry Imm and the etota far reeiecktng pureeees. I Fleh OemmlMlon' handsome r taken frem. tbe"htcherlM to-t- new fleh car, In rtreamj and he KfeMARKABLE CURE OP CROUP. "East winter when- my little boy had croup 1 got him- a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy I honesly believe' 'it saved his life." jvfiltes Mrs J b Cook, IndlanarPa.. . "It cut the phlegm and relieved Jiis. coughing spells. rdaMM$?W1ibne forV.hirn. t ire "Hi )l!3K3d3iqXpC BETHbflUM& LEWIS Attorneys at Law Offices f' in Bethurum Bldg. -- began using it. In interesting ad I am so thankful for what riau vices from tliis place, Mr. A. J. Hughes Draught has done for me." writes as follows: "I was down with Thedford's ht has toea stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for dewould have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. K limes, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable harks. I tried different treatments, but they coatains no daHgeroua Pomeroyton, Ky. Black-Draug- did ill t'n mrTs sot seem.to do me any good. so bad, I could aot eat or sleep, all except one, thought I my-frien- I got I amosCgrsitef Vf uUfor-wh- at' '-' ,- Pdr this OASTORI J F0H FLET0UERvi ad Would die. A He advised Black-Draught, me to try tttdfard's sad quit agrcdJeaft, aad acts gently, yet surely. It can be fcaarr used by young and old, aad shouU be kept in every family cheat. ' Get a package today. Oaly a quarter. ar " I v' S.- l . ."J!?a "1 VTy -