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Mount Vernon signal: January 7, 1916 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1916 mou1916010701_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: January 7, 1916 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. i S ,. Jz? J i. $&" s Published Eyerv Friday VOLUME XXIX . MM1( r i dKH!iU MT. VERNON, fciiii COUNTY, KYM "Xrfan jTVr.T Ifcu , Established 1887 MiUuigaeav-a3Brr- t fmr f 'iVt'i V I ROCKCASTLE FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1916 rti-rv- y STATE S. A. Saylor sold his farm firs-- j Samuel Ward DEPARTMENT OF of Chicago, 111., is visiting rela oftheweekto Tim Pennington PUBLIC ROADS IN GOOD ROADS tives here. Mrs. W. M.' Brady, of consideration not known. Mr. TUTRS. L. G. Falin, of Louisville, Lebanon Junction, is visiting her Saylor .will move his family to has returned home after a (By Hon. James B. McCreary, parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Montana about the 1st of March. Governor of Kentucky.) few days' visit with relatives here. Mr.; and-Mrs- . Thos. Lamar, sou Began Building Macadamized Wood. John Lear spent Xmas A State Department of Public Mrs. Jane Owens, after a four-week- with home folks Mt. Vernon Clifford, and daughter, Ida, ol KbTjds was advocated by me wrn at Roads as Far Back as the visit with relatives, has A I was- - a candidate for Governor of days ago the writer was Hast St. Louis, were the guests of j few Eighteenth Century Kentucky. After 1 was eiected 1 returned home at Mt. Vernon. called to Rosco Gregory's, and be- relatives here the latter part ol recommended in my message to th Mrs. Edd Qtunn, ot Paris, after a fore we reached the house we last week Mr, Lamar and Clif General Assembly the enactment of few days' visit with relatives liere heard the most beautiful music we ford returned Sunday; Mrs. La- STATE AID L.W IN 1914 a law providing for a Department has returned home- .- J. P. Dees is ever heard. of Public Roads, and an appropriaUpon entering the mar and daughter will femain untion and a proper and comprehenerecting a business house on Main aouse we looked in the direction of til the first ot next week. Mrs. sive act was passed. street. J. Li. Mink was in Mt. the music and there inthevcorner J. J. McCall, of Maretburg, was !n 1908 the General Assembly of KenThe people ot Kentucky are iu a Constitutional favor of good roads. They know tucky Passed Vernon, Tuesday, on business W. M. Hicks, with her daughters, Mrs. B. R. sat our old friend, Amendment Permitting the State to that good roads mean a J. H. Browning was in Mt, Ver-noarmed with a fiddle bow and tnak-n- g Wilmot and Mrs. J. J. Albright, Lend Its Credit to the Counties for the expense of hauling product"! Tuesday, attending court. Roadbullding and Maintenance. to market and in getting goods beautiful music that the first of the week. Miss Eliza the most Mrs. Joseph Mink, of Richmond, ever fell, on the ears of man. beth Storms left Sunday for Lon-- J home from the place of purchase. They Snow that geed roads inwas here between trains, Friday, on3 ol Frankfort. Kentucky was Now, when the fair daughters of don wbere she will spend the wincrease the value of farms, mean en route to Brodhead. John Eve leain that Mart is a fiddler, ter. Miss Anna Cass returned the first states In the union, to estabbetter access to schools and to state Parks, of Gauley, was in town we think his matrimonial race will Sunday from a two weeks visit to lish early as aid for road construction. churches, and better and more at Assembly 1810 the General As tractive environment. Saturday. A certain widow has be run, provided for Jor there are lots of the relatives in Stanford and Junction of Kentucky to the Virginiathe openCommissioner of Public "Tfie line and. ing of roads been all smiles ever since. There fair sex who like music. We City. Dora Reynolds returneu began the construction of macadam- ""Roads appointed- - by mi tia"s been is au epidemic of whoopitig cough active and successful In his organ thiuk that Mart will have no to his home near Lancaster, Mon- ized roads in 1820. ization. He has sent bulletins and 13. Penin town at present b. Prior to 1840, Kentucky had spent literature" and has furnished plan trouble now getting married on day after spending a week witu nington, of London, was here bethe construe than $2,000,000 account of his being a good music- uis aunt, Mrs. J. F., Watson. The more of macadamized in roads which" tion tween trams, Tuesday. The new Miss Jalett Griffin, while uadies Aid society of the Christian were built on rights of way sixty feet ian. town board took the oath ot office SRHting a few days ago, had the church, met with Mrs. I. R. wide. These roads were located on n here Moiday. The following light grades and easy curves, and misfortune to h11, and broke one Storms Wednesday afternoon. to thirty feet were graded twenty-fou- r will make the laws lor our ooue of her arm, but she is rapid- Mrs. J. H. Kigsby, of Preachers between ditches. Teirord foundation? town for "the uext two years: feat Mr, and Mrs. ville, died Tuesday night from between sixteen aud twenty-fou- r ly improving. I. W. Catlin, T. C. Welch, J. B, barley sur pneumonia. Mrs. Rtgsby "is au were used with a good macadamsuper carpenter have moved in face. ThiB work was under the Hayse, Oscar Argenbright and to the Cottongim property on aunfo our W. H. Anderson, anu vision of a state engineering depart Lee Mullins. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. A. H. Hamlin, ol mothe : of W. P. Rigsby who usea ment, consisting of a state higha Main street. Hughes visited relatives at Pittssalary visiting his to live here. B. C Anderson, ot engineer, ata acorps ot of S3.000 per Mt. Vernon, was year, with assistants at burg, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. daughter, Mrs. F. M. Maash banks, Garrard county, was here Tue- - salaries ranging from S1.100 to $2,500 Witt have returned from a few Tuesday. Mr- - and Mrs. J, P. E. day and Wednesday the uest of per annum. Many of these roads are: days' visit with relatives at Qnick yet in a splendid state of preservation Drummond, after spending the his son Henry Anderson. S'he above is a fairly good likeness of the new Commonwealth's &and. Mrs. David Smith is very and are rendering substantial service holidays with relatives in Knox-villEverett Watson is visiting his to the communities through which of the L'Sth district, who was sworn in as prosecutor on last sick at this writing. J. S. Calo-wa- y torney Tenn., have returned home; uncle, W. T. Watson, near Lan they pass. . nda when the Rockcastle Circuit Court convened. Jtftfge Flippin is attending court at Mt.Ver- However, the policy of internal im Miss Uora Griffin, alter spend-iu- g caster this week. Dr. V. F. Carm once tntered upon his duties and in a way that evolved many com nou as a juror, b M. Marsh-bankprovement was discontinued prior to the holidays with relatives ter was in Mt. Vernon on businea.-- 1850, owing to the financial condition pliments from those who were watching with an eagle eye his course who ba had a very sevtre acre, nas returned to Shelby vi lie, vlonday. A Spanish boy will of the treasury, and a change in po-- i i f procecdure. Firm and rijrid, mi tau and just to the accused is his cae of 13 grippe, is able to leave was not until parties, and . i J. Singleton has movtd lecture at the Methodist church liticalthat any attemptit was made to ure, and in him the clizensnip ot the 28th Judicial district can uis room. Mrs, Daniel Ponder 1908 to London and will go to house ounday evening, beginning a state system of highways. feri assured that they have a representative who can and who will a bo has oeeu very sick tor a lew keeping in that city. G. S. Grif 7:00 p. m. His subject will b In 190S the General Assembly of tthe best interest of the district. them he same. dava. coutinues abou passed a constitutional fin was in Mt, Vernon, Mondayi "What the Catholics have done Kentucky amendment permitting the state to jas. a. Mccreary on business. J. B. Jones, N. H, tor my country." Doubtless this lend Its credit to the counties for Former Governor of Kentucky. Oliver and W. H. Mahaffey at- Aill be very interesting, and a and to provide for the con" and specifications and estimates of struction and maintenance of public Wa Miss large audience is expected. tended court Tuesday. highways. cost for many bridges and ina'le Tempest Ward spent part of tht ter Robins, who is representing, many survejs for sites, assisted la A highway department was estabholidays in our town. Rev. Baker The Elwood Myers Co., of Spriu.. lished to consist of the Commissioner road and bridge building, aad tle IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS jstnulnifc.-i- t in? favor of gou asdlaUtntd filled his regular appointment ai jii2ld,.Qhio, was calling uon tin t)t Public Roads and such roads has been grently stren as the Governor might deem advisathe Christian church, Saturday aud merchants and bankers in Ml. WfrWlfoF.I ble, with an appropriation of not to W i 1 1 i a u. exceed $20,000 per annum from the W. T. Davis, of Mt Vernon Wednesday. Sunday. The law creating the department -v Jc& ;lL RES0RTS of THE SOUTH. LONG RETURN LIMIT. STOP OVERS. lly) died at his horn automobile license tax which had been set aside from the- - licea'e tax .n shaking hands Vtfnnrjyrosere 5 .!.. which ULL INFORMATION, APPLY TO NEAREST TICKET AGENT OR WRITE Wednesday morning accruing from 191o as a state road auiomoliiies, Fund, wfniismarnends, Sunday. l the State Road fund. t. Ky. - and Ticket Agent, 101 East Main Street, Lexington, v from d ropsy. and a small chiiu r has been necessary to muke tks The department was organized and i - -- ral Passenger Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio died in the same home about five Robert C. Terrell was appointed the road service efficient.' $100 REWARD $100 The new road lay in Keptuckj The duties of the first commissioner. ' The readers of this paper will hours later from diphtheria. has met but little opposition, anC department were purely advisory, and ..M. where it has been given a fair and be pleased to learn that there is rhe, Brodhead Dramatic Club.prc while the counties were required to sented their play at Crab Orchard request plans, specifications and esti- impartial trial by county otiicials, at least one dreaded disease that for the road and bridge and the county, road ensiuaaWhaTe science has been able to cure in Wednesday night. Mrs. J. F. mates of cost exceeded $500 in cost, been given an opportunity to per work, which all its stages, and that is catarrh Watson, Mrs. Thos. Lamar, and they were not compelled to use the form their duties unhampered, cntfreiy satisfac ory Catarrh being greatly iufluencea Miss Ida Reynolds were the plans and specifications thus prepared. has been The State of Kentuckj o until after the state aid by constitutional conditions re guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Dur-na- It was not by will continue the pre? r Assembly the General law passed at Mt. Vernon Wednesday. . cies so successfully in of 1914 became operative that the quires constitutional treatment, A system of goo8 'ords s ". to lend dalls Catarrh Cure is taken in- Ewell Saylor and a Miss Smith state was really in a positionAlthough basis of the country' proT-were married at the home of the material aid to the counties. ternally and acts through the t this Hrgely d.'P gyLMJ Ilk tM a great deal was accomplished by the on the mucous surfaces ol bride Friday. The groom is a son commissioner and his assistants prior te al cev t . er iooJ 4 Fub'if roac- n- Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Sayloi , to 1910, it was only, as stated above, n IS vUe system thereby destroying the of will on sale our entire Nm to the ve n jr. ft e uuuaatton of tne disease, giving aud the bride is a daughter wi advisory, which in many instances it humau bo l county ofllcials me patient strength oy outlain Mr. and Mrs. James Smith, of tht was hard to get the stock of iRn is ca 1..1 to take advantage of the engineering up the cousutution and assisting diatt section. Rev. A. J. Pike assistance offered, but in 1914 the gene clcip '" " 1 doing its work. 1 lie was .0:1, it. .idiure in the officiating minister. Th eral assembly passed a law levying a ie.ed an proprietors have so much iaiiL tax on each $100 worth of taxstockholders of The Brodheau I am in! u 1 i . cue cureative powers of riati b able property in the state of Kentucky. J Catarrh cure tnai they offer one Fair Association met last Satur The law further provided that the Governmenttheaid;. b tent, 'in . .." .iundrcd D uars for any case day afternoon and elected the fol- money should be distributed to the Large ame U o " ttidt it tails to cure, bene ful lowing directors for the ensuinB counties baaed upon the amount of prjated annually . . 'v money levied and collected in each .isD of testimonials year: J. G. Frith, W. E. Grave- county for roadbullding, and that no rivers and harbor-- , for government bui Address F. J. Cbeaey & Co., ly, R. H. Hamm, J. W. Tate, A. county should receive in any one year . in the same line Ccn Toledo, Obio. Sold by all drugtotal cent of than E.Albright. R.S. Shivel, A. J. more fund. two perdepartmenttheimmeappropriate money - !. gist, 75c. The road Haggard, A. M. Hiatt and John diately set to work in the spring of construction of public ror & of the Robins. The directors immedi- 1915 to secure the counties in building a system of roads ately elected J. G. Frith, Presias laid out in the bill passed by the This can never be an ideal cru Go have cut priceslless Every and dent; W. E. Gravely, Vice-Pre- si Geaeral Assembly, which provided to live in until it is interlaced witj a has ever been offered dent; John Robins, Secretary, and that the roads should connect up the network of highways and the highhalL - Greatest" each county of the Com- ways so marked as to direct the travW. H. vLynch, of Louisville, A. M. Hiatt, Asst. Secretary-Treasure- r. county seat of monwealth with the county seats ot eler which road to take to reach his CThe management will the adjoining counties by the most destination. was here'last week, and while hen. sold his property on Main street begin at once for the 1916 exhibi-- J direct and practical route, and the counties with to C. T. Riddle for $9oo. Mrs. tion, which promises to be the county seats of border A man who is opposed to road imthe state line on the most direct and provement is worth about as much to Nancy J. Reynolds, aged 84, died biggest in the history of Brodhead practical routes leading from said a locality as a safety razor is to a colat the homeof her daughter. Mrs fairs. The newly elected town county seats to the county 3eats ot ored man at a Georgia picnic. adjacent Thos. Lamar, in Hast St. Louis, board met Monday to take the the adjoining counties In the . Btates. 111., Thursday of last week. She oach of office, and elected A. j r, Never can we have excellent road3 Pike, chairman, and W. H. Spw-dehad a severe attacic or pneumonia highways M until we adopt a patrol system of reWhy not nationalize clerk. pair and maintenance. well as national waterways? and only lived a few days. The . 0 s remains were brought here Friday FOR RHMDMATISM and laid to rest in the Christian As soon as an attack of rheuma church cemetery, after services by the RerH. JT. Young, of Mt. tism begins apply SlOanes Linea' Vernon. Three daughters, who ment. Don't waste time and snf-fe- r Choice of MissesVCoats up to unnecessary agony. A few were preseatfat the funeral, and drops of Sloan's Lineament on two sons survive, and are as fol Coats to lows: MrstJtF. Watson, of this ihe affected parts is all ;you neea place, Mrs. John Elder, ol Lincoln The pwn goes at one. EKgBSKgBBKiSB&MBfcscBBgliiBg EWWj?yBn yvA county, MrThus. Lamar, ot Agreatful sufferer writes: "I : JQCSM be I East St. Lmm.111.; James Key was suffering for three weeks fr .r; 'surprised togsee how cheaply you can nolds, GoldfijtLiy Nev., and Geotge with - .chronic rheumatism and Reynolds, cDecatur, 111. Mrs. stiff neck, although 1 tried mans Mh-cla- ss merchandise Reynolds wi. a sister of the Rev. medicines, they failed, and I was Stephen Cotir,:a noted minister under the care of a doctor. Fortunately heard of Sloan's Line a of the ChrijfciaiijChurcb, who died ment andIafter using it three or in Texas a iew years ago at 85 four days am well. I am em years ofrageftTiie bereaved ones ployed at the biggest departmen store in S. F. where they emplos have much mathy. hundred hand six Mr.andlfiOUie Pritchett, fromthey to eightwill bear allabou surely and guests of" her Stanford, w?i& Sloan's Lineament. H. B. Smit n Nleholas County. Thl . 7--r rrtttMifSofrau.J.'M. Lear San Francisco, Cal Jan. i9ijWl he of tta HUtVtOBNLi'wi r- x.- MUMtaW, - LdvmGrsleja turning to their home Friday, been very sick for some time, is Mr. Lear is invery poor health, Mrs. Larkin Pennington, who has slightly improved. KENTUCKY LEADER ' KENTUCKY'S s' J3 u, -- gtn-tleme- : HON. WALTER N. FLIPPIN e, s, re-riv- e e - road-buildin- g, Florida vUDcl" ew Orleans TftJHlTOT T ICKF.TS -- yX'-rv- r d. s.1 -- aaio-mtAvh- 1 If. SALE We put SALE li " m Beginning January 1st, " -- ur-on - -- LADIES' five-ce- Coats and Coat Must Ms -- 1 Misses' and Children's Coats Suit 1 1- -- than We BARGAIN that JSrdkesiGL $40.00 SUITS $12.50 $25.00 Suits 17,50 tQ($22.50 Suits 15;00 " 12,50 t .$650 up $400 $1 2.50 10-0- a 8.50 tg Choice ofChildrcns -- $1.98 yofl 1 AND SEE FOR YOURSELF, buy -- It f i""illp"i",i"B""""p"l"""""""""""iii . -- ?- w 1 ,. '. A'i - , X. J i c22 .. J- r- -- -- s j. A i" &l -- rt r--s t r m , -t . ' ,. V s t fl i. ? ." fyr y- t-- ' fc - J .r zt. iT'V, V 1 Mother Nature Makes HerGiit M I . vEfiNUN SIGNAL Friday, J '- , - , al; -- ' m J V !1 Jk f, . jr 3. .. -?- ri. "-: - unanimously elected secretary of the State BVir Mi. Gooch is a 'mipounds iu Her Laboratory jspleudid citizen and will discharge every Friday by Published Ingredients For The Master duties of the office with credit. the EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. very little mer- Experiment of Board of -- Prison Medicine, Tanlac However, there is Commissioners Solves it in the State Pair and nine men Of all the ailments that afflict Problem $1.0 out of every ten that we ..have CBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR iii inanity, chronic dysprpsia probtalked to think that the institution ably isgthe most common Its is a MEANS SAVING TO TAXPAYERS know en ought to be abolished. Advertising rates maue cxuses and character iza? ions are heavy drain upon the taxpayers application many. Skilled specialists have jand few, if any, get any value in Intercsting Statement Issued by War- been unable to cope with, this al return. (Danville Advocate. den A. J. G. Wells, of the Kentucky aust universal malady, but MothFarm Reformatory State State she Louisville's promise cf what Shows Profit of $4,826.81 During er Nature, who after all, is the MEMBER OF would do for the fair, has only ideal physician, is compounded Fourteen Months. KENTUCKY PRESS A SSOCIATION been fulfilled in a very limited in her inexhausiil le laboratory a. Frankfort, Ky. (Special.) The exway, and the indifference which periment of employing the prisoners of marvelous remedy for this noub Louisville has shown has spread the state on the State Farm seems to le i to different parts of the State, be a decided success. After a thorA lecturer would use hours to the 'and upon the whole, jhe ough trial of the plan of and Board of describe the suffering that dysp Warden Prison Commissioners State fair means but little to Wells, there is a net profit to the state mt brings. Dyspeptic- - re m the citizens of Kentucky, either af ?4,S2C81 in fourteen months. listless, then morbid, are rnela' was a situation in, in part or as a whole. Wp hearti At the request of It. C. Terrell, Com If ever there cboly over little things, have Roads, A. J.G.Wells, Warnissloner which there was no possible ly agree with the Advocate, that den of theof Kentucky State Reforma-oiy- , .vnimsieal Ideas, jealousy and every in- the best thing that can be don? has prepared a statement cover- "grouchy" is abetter word, aside centive, to friendship, it is that oc is to abolish the tair, and thereby ing the period the plan has been in opthe nervous physical .suffer-ng- , two cupied by Mt. Vernon and Brod-hea- save the continual dra:n upon the eration. Warden Wells covers hismini-oe- r irom rears' experience with i limited and, with appuite goi e, There is no business or State treasury. of prisoners on the State Farm. sleep fitful, dizzy spells and nauMr. Wells said in part: material interest that conflicts; "The Legislature of 1914 authorized sea frequent, life hardly seems PITFALLS OF LANGUAGE. tho some remain under the mistak by law the lease of a farm, with an worth living. en idea that two fairs in the counA divine in drawing the atten jption cf purchase at the end of the Tanlac seems to almost instant- ty is more than enough; but the tion of his congtegation to a spec- 'ease. In accordance therewith, the lv check this distressing conation receipts taken in by each prove ial communion service on the fol- Board of Prison Commissioners, on i recommendation of myself, as Warden, .id health, noiuid greater each year and it is claimed lowing Sunday, informed them and with the approval of the Sinking bring good; restful sleep by some who have studied the that 'the Lord is with us in the und Commissioners, of which the ippetite, md banish that ti i.er. s is a member, leased the Mas situation, that "two is better forenoon and the Bishop in the Governor consisting 402 acres, about feeling in sh rt t. re.Moie the of tin farm, than one." Eoth towns have at evening." 1 miles from the prison, and in the stomache to the habit of doing-ful-l heart the betterment ot the counA Scotch minister innocently, bend of the Kentucky river, just op days work and doing it vt an new ty and the dovelopment of its ev- perhaps, hit the mark by telling posite the$.3,G00 capitol, for The annua' per year. Legis rental of Tanlac is now being iutro ery resource. his people, "Well, triends, the lature adjourned on March 19, 1914, duced in Mount Vernon at When Mt. Vernonians go away kirk is urgently in seed of siller, negotiations were carried on with sev at the drugstore of Chas.O. Davis from home and Brodhead ot Rock and as we have failed to get money eral landowners and a contract con can also be obtained at Livings-toeluded, and prisoners were put to work castle are mentioned, there is a honestly we will have to see what on the farm April 10, 1914. This, of at the Central Drug Co , and at course, was too late to get the best John Robin's Drugstore, noticeable expression in chest 3 bazaar will do for us." Biod results the first year. measurement in the knowledge1 There is a certain amount of ex- start, which was unavoidable,This latt head, Ky , wheieit is explaine and th that the best old mountain county cuses to be made tor the young severe drouth which followed, made il daily to many people The following marriage licen- -i is the mother of all. of them. It mat curate who, remarking that some a trying test for the first year, but ir well be believed BrodhPadians people came to church for no bet- spite of both of these serious hanui have been issued by Count Court caps, even this year made a most sat Cleik Bowmau during the holi do not apologize for being from ter reason than to show off their Isfactory showing. Rockcastle when Mt. Vernon's nest clothes, tinisned up as he "A summary of expenditures and re days: Mis.' Tommy Roberts and name is mentioned. It is only ' glanced over his audience. "I am ceipts of the farm, from April, 1911, 1, 1915, shows a net gain on Jul lack of better acquaintance that chaukful to see. dear friends, that 1, 1915, of S4.82C.81, after charging tin Annie Barnett. Esmer Cummins tnd Miss Eva has made jealousies and bickerings none of you have come here for arm with all labor at the same av ragc price paid inside the prisor mith. possible.. that reason." .Moreover, this net gain does not ta'c Wow, as Mt. Vernon and BrodErvil V. Savior and LKtie K. A negro student, when conductnto account many crops that had no head and all the rest of Kentucky ing the prayers at one of t'e great leveloped sufficiently for accurate in Smith. neigh missionary colleges said, "Give oice on said date. These crops ar Fran if Reynolds and Miss Emma are going to be next-doo- r is follows: 10 acres of tobacco, 2 Sutton bors by means of good roads, it is us all pure hearts, give us all clean .lores of title Irish potatoes, 1 acre o more than ever necessary that hearts, give us all sweet hearts," weet potatoes, 8 arrs sugar cane, Herbert Hall aud Miss Sybil acres turnips, 2' at res cabbage, 1." Bethuium. they shold be good friends. If to which the entire congregation acr icres beans, 5 acres greens, there remain any citizens in eith- made response, "Ainen." PleasJDoan aud Miss Mollis ucumbers, 1 acre carrots, 6 acre Mink. er town who still retain possesion The giving out of church notices melons. "The season since July 1 has con Chas. Noe and Miss Luanda of hammers let them immediately has often proved a pitfall for the inued .good, and the products abov trade them lor load sounding unwary. "During Lent," said a med have added very materially t Parker. borni and blow them so loudlj rector lately, "beveral preach- 'ie bp'ance above stated. We have that every spark of jealousy and ers will preach on Wednesday nee July 1 put up for use in th 12,000 galloionUns. to the last wail of . bickering be evenings, but I need not give their rison corn and atoes, catth blown into oblivion. names, as they will all be found nd hogs are s!augliterCTtiie farm ud so'.d to the prison it less pricc-'hanging up in the porch." Ex. The European struggle today the packing houses furnish othe ..ate institutions similarly situatec the maintenance of an invert"Gallaudet day" is 'being celee meats, vegctaVes and pre ed govermental pyramid that is brated throughout the United "ts are served frei andother a'to are not based on popular thought, States toay in honor of Thomas "thcr more wholesome and palatabh popular action and popular inde Hopkins Gallaudet, founder ol 'ian from the packers' cold Storage "he better health of the prison perm pendence, bu.t on sword, leader- deaf-muteducation in America. ation resulting is within itself a large ship and the ascendancy and He established the first school In "Tho farm, on account of its pros For file CMdren clamour of a military and privi- Hartlord, Conn., in 1817, after Imity to the prison and its splendi-solatioleged class. The structure o our making a trip to France to learn 1 A safe, old is ideally located. There ar' fashioned JiSL American independent self govern- the language of signs from the n the farm inexhaustible ledges c remedy for worms. ing nation is also like a huge pyra- Abbe de l'Eppe and Laurent imestone, and within a few feet of z Sevsnty-fiv- e iailroad and the Kentucky river. A years continu(f mid, but built from the ground ous uss is the best testimonial Clerc, two other tounders univer- rock crusher of sufficient capacity a' FREY'S VERMIFUGE can up, and on the impregnable rock sally honored. by prison labor 50 In 1819 John this roint, operateda large demand offer you. ould easily supply foi of justice,humanity and law, and Jacobs, a young graduate of CenKeep a bottle always on hand. It road material throughout the state. will help keep the Lule onei happy all people are identified in its and healthy. "The railroad and river facilities for tre College at Danville, journeyed 25c. a bottle at your drugdit's or strength even to its summit. to Hartford on horseback to learn shipment should insure reasonah'c general store; or if your dealer can't transportation rates. In my opinion stipp'y you. ssnd name t nd 25c. This structure of a complete dem- the language so that he might esin tlitapj er.d we'll tend jou a botthere is no place in the market which tle prosip'Jy. ocracy is forever paramount and tablish a school in Kentucky, the "urnishes so many attractive features E. S. FREY, indestructible. a small 4 State School for the Deaf, located as this oie for farming onand transBALTIMORE, MD. scale, and for the production II1 rM iu, ibuj Kentucky has a candidate for at Danville, being founded by him portation of road material, by the use of prison labor. in 1823. the rice presidency. And it is a "It might be interesting in this conIt's a queer world. Before marnection to state that out of 179 prisgood nomination, too Edwin P. riage a feller always wants to go Hippocrates. "The Father of oners sent to the farm at different Morrow." Cincinnati Times-Star- . t'nies, only 4 have escaped, and 2 o' bugg ridin' and the gal don't, Not that we wish Mr. Morrow Medicine." was credited with an horn returned. These prisoners re and after they are, married she alanother political defeat, but the age of one Hundred and nine years. j? in at the farm at niglt, and, while Republican party conld go further These people and the ages to they are under the direction and guarr ways wants to go and he ain't got of Capt. J. P. Schnorbus, they have no time. which thev lived are on record: and fare worse. (Ex. accessarily, many opportunities to es 137 yrs old cape, if they were so inclined. I dc .. Margaret Patten 6 4 The Countess of not mean by this statement, however ALL ABOARD FOR 1916 to indicate that prisoners, indiscrim Desmond 145 i The greatest prosperity year the Thomas Parr inalely, can be trusted on the outside " 152 We have attempted, as far as surround country has ever known! " 154 Thomas Damme Ing circumstances would permit, to ex . '. !" J ATxesctnsWornns cpcV " 172 Read what J . Ogden Armour lohn Rovin . 3SS !fvf ?t( prcise good judgment in their selec r!etecG"r",slnl!aiic,o 185 Peter Torton says, the big Chicago packer, and 5aSStls'-i-ri'X'.sO Violin. Or;r. tello, Pu.J tion for this work. My estimate is Bclioo! Ill .:. Threrr. -ajT,'.,s3tfWhile it is believed that some Uiat possibly 25 per cent of the prison XHOPJ. UUEUII'T.CWEK. Vone of the coutry's greatest and ..... (( .k O - ' ?3 Til.. u.l,.. MI U. aim QllUk llltllll of these ages have been much population could be worked on the outinformed business men. best boLli TO"Idnrt!nstrplertiJ, side in farming and the production-o- f It. .ijtJ. Artist tio'l Miulectrccltalmlvantsreii ionaa "irv fr f''T'3. Tnit'nn '. VnrcatMnriU!rr "America is rising rapidly to un- exaggerated, yet there is no ques- road material, with reasonable safety, fi '; C ::."',--? e! Kssli Isr 4.1lh. lccis?i ' Kv. precedented prosperity, a prosper- tion that each and all attained far under proper, careful and humane diA rection. ity which would have been incon- over the one hundred. In the upon the plan great deal will depend yd$&3fc adopted and selection of ceivable a year ago, and which case ot Thomas Parr, for example, the agent, or agents, who shall exewill be induring and not affected there seems little doubt that this cute the plan. be made bj "If such a by the termination of the Euro- - Euglish peasant lived till over half the state a venture is. to he carefullj bill should of bis second century, marrying darwn, after mature consultation with those For a captain of industry whose again in his one hundred and cessfulwho have had actual and sucexperience in the handling of reticence, restraint and conferva-lis- twentieth year, continuing in prisoners, and before the meeting of OLD legislature. No are proverbial, this declara- full manly vigor until one hun- the legislation should bt dred and thirty, and dying in Lon- passed in this connection " 3fcdfc: tion carries unusual weight "Ours is not a war prosperity", don, when summoned by the he said. "Look at our crops and King, m 1635, when one hundred FOR FLETCHER'S years and nine . the prices we are getting for them; and fifty-tw- o A. both have no parallel in the coun months old, not of old age apparently, but killed by the new and try's history." Law. "Take the banks. A year ago riotous mode of living. The Jefferson "School the gross deposils of the National overeating and drinking of the City Bank of New York.for exam- Court proved too much for the COMPLETE TWO TEAIt COURSE, LI. M. 11th Tear ODens Oct. 3. Sec. Today ple, were $245,000,000. trad term, old man. It is safe to presume instates. J&n.S. Prepares for bars la they are more than $500,000,000?" from his past lite that had he libraries, AccesstotSicoartsindllaree Dnresa. Tuition rally iTt.e.rorFKEncatnlosnecd "The South, which oniy a lew handsome lixlt Duotono inching of . months ago was in despair, is stayed at home and lived his sim Ttomas Jefferson ready to Crime, write Losisrille, Ky. JLUOTT PENKEBAKEI, Sec'y , .now flooded with prosperity. pie life he might not have been ,Cotton is selling at a good price. thus untimely, cut off. He had The lumber trade is also enjoying lived under nine Kings of EngFOR FLETCHER'S a revival. Timber in the South land Ex. , 1 fcas advanced $3 a thousand." Jan. 7, 1916 1 Prince Albert fits your taste! If KMOHV i 9B? ! -- vVvv rSSmvVJf4 If nss5 I iai Meets the fondest wishes cf any man who likes to smoke because it has the right flavor and aroma and coolness. It's the most cheerful tobacco you ever did pack in a jimmy pipo ,. jx. ivu uiiu uvica- CopjTlcMlItlhy rette. And it's so Ws R. J. Ke nolJi Tobacco Co. joresix good you just f3l you never can get enough. The pat-ent- I ed ji faxes Listen: easy to chancre iha chaos and color of unsalable brands to imitate the Prince Albert tidy red tin, bat it is impostible to imitate the flavor of Prince Albert tobacco ! The patented process protects that! cuts out bite and parch! that process and When you fire up your first smoke you'll decide that you never did taste tobacco that hits your fancy like ex-cusef- qr perhaps d. 1 the national joy smoke For it exceeds in goodness and satisfaction the kindest word we ever printed about it! Men, we tell you this tobacco will be a revelation to you. So, take this information at 100, get out the old jimmy pipe from its hiding place or locate the makin's papers and fall-to- ! n I j ! ;LoSuRHIH3 PtpEjiAMq irCIGARETTEjtOBACCO;: l1'.'1.'1"'1" 1 ' Your wishes toill be gratified at the nearest store that sells tobacco, for Prince Albert is in universal demand. Ii can be bought all over the states and all over the world! Toppy red bags, Sc; tidy red tilXSr'lOc; handsome pound and d tin humidors and that fine pound crystal-glas- s humidor with top that keeps the tobacco in such excellent trim. half-pounsponge-moistener "!' 'f I P R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Sale- m, N. C Florida - Cuba - New Orleans IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. LONG RETURN LIMIT. STOP OVERS. H. C KING, FOR FULL INFORMATION, APPLY TO NEAREST TICKET AGENT OR WRITE Passenger and Ticket Agent, 101 East Main Street, Lexington, Ky. W. A. BECKLER, General Passenger Agent, -- - Cincinnati, Ohio vriMai -- PQHfr n r e vf wfrr Yeraifbrie n, Sam Cox, the "string tale man," when a boy was sent to see his grand-mothe- r and was much .interested in whatever went on in 'he kitchen. One day she said to him: ' I'm going to make you a nice little piesin a saucer all for youiself. Don't you think I'm pretty good to take so much trouble?" Sam pondered. ma." he said at length, "motner told me not to be a bother and if it's goin' to be any trouble you can jest as Well make my pie reg'lar size." Rock Springs, Wyo., North Platte, .Neb., and Fremont, Col., ail comparatively small places, aie to build h tels valued respectively at 8100,000, ,140,000 and $200,000, the reason being that they are convenient stopping points on the great new transcon tinental motor route, the Lincoln highway. Ex. w UiHDTAKE Our line of daud-mad- e 'ouch I DtKns a.ktn is unexcellu luruisheo learse sent e County. tu o alljarifcof All ordaro Phone Dy vire Promptly Filled M J i 1 $8 W. A. COX, 94-S mi . VERNON, KY. J--- k$&. jt,-:,MM- J GEANVILLE OW5NS j UNERTAKER Ky LINE j Brodhead COM PLETE Coffins, Caskets and Robes i k 7 I 1 I 'C. MT. Williams, ATTORNFY-AT-LA- VERNON. KY. OFFICE. - On 2rd. floor i The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church street. Special attention given to collections. Phone No. 8o. Mail, Telegraph or Tele- phone orders Promptly Filled f m hmm&imy C y&e&xi , useacSrpjeafc $& & cXV J - IS. . S. . & w (J Q cks&x $D3pe8fcP fL Conover & Dentist j MT. VERNON, S. KY IT GIVES THE BEST RESULTS, TRADE ,i UUni,i 7Jt 9 $ Pron tRooms over Baker' s tore Phone 49-- ' The SMSTHSOMIAN MARK. CORRECT , fLxpc&L TRUSS JONAS McKENZIE RELIABLE m half-bake- d, lustily-consi- dered Children Cry CASTO R! THE yd&d&m e $j3$P3ms3 A sf Merchandise good line of General SSI Mi Exercise Ho.2fl. The u Smithsonian Truss" cheerfully furnished upon request mmi ii1'"Afl.lll de-rr- 8cir-hel- p Ssoj3pca&)CS'x36K3G3&x8&xi Children Cry C A SXO.R A Farm Implements i" : Pitted and Sold by CHAS. C. DAVIS Th Phone No. 39 J V Tanlac flgant MT. "VERNON, KY. I Sil MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon Ky, Jan. 7, 19 16 LOCAL CIRUUIT CUUKT. 79 up "No. 79" wnen Communiwan to SIGNAL cate with 79 McKenzie, Cafe", so the docket is sufficient to hold the reads the first electric sign ever court the full terra, and at the" Louts vi llc & Nashville R. R. Co. erected in the county. rate they have been going this T ME TABLE. Wfiek, many cases will be tried. Mrs. Theard Parsons, of the '2 uortn 5.0? p m Buckeve section, who has been The loilowing Juries were se- 3.. 3:56 a m very sick for some time, is slowly lected : 24 norm 3 south ,.n:48am improving. Grand Jury fel c Circuit Court convened Monday If it is to weai get it at Fish's. Judge B J'. Bethurum was on the Trade at Fish's and ihey" will bench, the beginning of his sec enlarge your picture free. ond term a,s Judge ot the 28th First Quality over- Judicial District. His charge to the Grand Jury was especially shoes and Rubbers at Fish's. strong as to violations of selling All hinds of rubbers for men, whisky, gambling, pistol carrying women and children at Fislr's. term and This is a Ball-Band, C1TIZHNS BANK, OF BROD- HEAD, MAKES GOOD SHOWING Net earnings exceed thirteen per cent. The annual stockholders meeting was held on Jan. G, at which the same officers and directors were The institution has enjoyed a very prosperous year. The stock holders dividend increased from 6 to 8 per cent, and a nice amount passed to surplus and undivided profits. Jake Herndon was here last Friday from Berea. He was sent by Madison county authorities to ascertain at what point Rockcastle will meet the Madison county Dixie Highway. Mr. Herndon says his, county is willing to build to any point on the border line, which Rockcastle will designate, either Scaffold Cane, Boone's Gap or just any old point to suit our county, and would like to have a definite decision at an early date so Madison ran begin work from Berea to the border line. QUALITY Is four-week- s' WiU W. A. The towus in the mountains Ike Leger, Lum Hopkins, P. E. J as. Landrum, Agent. will be in line for some activity Shivel, Jeff Jennings, Wilson BaPhone No. 8. when Boone Way and the Dixie ker, W. M. Earnett, Thomas Dougherty, W. R. Arnold, L A. Ky. PostoBce f re put thru. Entered at the Mt Vernon, mail matter. as stcond-clas- s J. W. Baket has shipped his Stokes, J. D. Moberly, A. Q. goods from Winchester and is now Payne and C. K. Carmical, foie-maPERSOSAL located in the West room of the Petit Jurv Rockcastle hotel. Margaret Sparks has scarlet No. 1. Will Owens, C. B. McBoone Way Opera house put on fever. Kenzie, Rob Fletcher, Joe Doan, Mrs. Percifu! has been very sick a splendid show Tuesday, night and promises to put on oneOequal-l- y M. B. Jones, Will Robins, O. A. for the past week. Mullins, R. L. Anglin, S. R. Sinas good 10 night, D. G. Martin was over from gleton, H. I. Mullins, F. FrancisVill Arnold bought of .Wick Snyder last Friday. co, Garfield Clark. There are a few boys around S. McLemore, of London, was Thompson a farm of II5 asres No 2. Tom Kirby, George just South of town. Arnold will Payne, J. S. Helton, W. town it appears, that don't know a visitor in our town Monday. H. Carmove to the farm at once. how to behavo at a picture show n mical, W. G. Niceley, Henrv George Reynolds and son, Cecil of Corbin, were here during Xmas The report reached here the J. S. Callowav, Ed Sexton It's an imposition on the manage week. first of the week that Will Fra-zie- r Thos Head. Mat Hoskins, E. G. ment and patrons to be annoyed b them They should either be , was-- dead at his home at Terre Clark. S A Abney. Everett ullins. who ha-- been stay at home and be have or in Ohi oi eerai months, is at Haiitt, Inu No paiticulars. Special Jury 'anght manners and behavior. home again. .as. Hammon, lames Arnold, People attend the show for enjoyGeorge Fredericks, who is em Andrew Ores, formerly of thU. ployed on the pike, while moving W H. Owens, W. H Chasteen, ment and not for the purpose of county, la now County Road a huge rock, found and lulled a Walter Hysinger. W. A Coffey. oeing annoyed and worried by gmeer of VVaj ne county. sna'ie, whiclr'Fred" says is bound Cases tried or otherwise mischievous boys. of are as follows : Miss Mjrtle Bryant is assisting 10 he the first one kilbd in Rock David Hines, selling whisky, in the post office during the ill- castle in i916. Langdon $60 and ten days in jail. Arthur ness ol .Miss Amy Proctor. Frank Wilson and J. E.Tbomp--101V L. .. rs. Richai is and have returned trora Barbours-ville.wher- Morris and Marion Denbam, disSchool opened Wednesday with Mr.-.- . are with relathe7 have been to com- turbing religious worship, acquit Jett, dauhtr, hirteen day pupils and about fortives at arsaw lor a visit. plete arrangements for placing a ed. Bob Lee fined in two casey ty boarders in attendance. shovel in the constructiot for selling whisky. Emmet Gen.Mrs .1. T. Meadows and thi'd Though colds aud grip are f t je new railroad fromjBarbours-vi- l try lor carrying concealed weap pent .1) Week onus w: h i are the students ons, 50 and 10 davs in jail. Jul orevalent, t- - McClure, at Livingston. c to vlachester. faking up thtt work with an inter ian Bordes was given the same on D C. Pr.i- - iu wile . ave re Marion Mink, farmer and stoci t similar charge. - Unless par est that promises a successful turue to L. ui 1 . i'ue. rem ")ue 01 tile bpiro section, lei inned by the Governor these men terra. ed tiieir la:n tret. puberty troai a wild mule while on his wax Miss Newberry returned from re also disfranchised for a period Rev. iud Mrs M. G. Fish, o ume irom town Monday ant two years. Sam Patton, for de her vacation Tuesday p. m. The mule scared a his ley the Hiatt tectum, pent bunda lining a female, acquitten. MissCouIson and Miss Estep, 1 train at the Livesay crossing with Dr and Mrs. Lee Chesnuiii. was acquitted on vho have been spending their va Mrs Matilda Houk has oeei. uear town. Mr. .Mink was moved charges of selling whisky. W. B. cation at home, returned Tuesday very sick lor the past ten da. s, to his home and is getting along Sigmon, breach ol the peace, ac night. I ut very much better time well. Aden Thomason, for quitted. Miss "Kfoh'n and Miss Beck, W. B. Burton, he stock buyer tal'iug property belonging to an Mrs. C. A Ferguson and child vho have been home for the holi-lay- s ren spent a portion of the hoh was here from Lancaster Monday other, fined $25. , returned Wednesday afterdays with her sister, Mrs. Ruse, wanting mules. A number of The following divorces wen noon. good mules were brought in but granted : James McCall and Mat at Corbin. Miss Dixie Williamson, who has ne McCall; U. E. Hampton and been a Roscoe Norton has returned he claimed the price too high. student in the School for only three, one from H. .1. Mary Hampton; Sallie Ball ano from a three weeks trip to Monmore than a year, lett for her tana and says there is no place Mullins for 13?; one from Wll loe Ball. mme at Inez, Ky.. Thursday. Arnold for $150 and one from like hwine. Wick Thompson for 142.50. Capt. A. N. Bentley, aged 66 Deputy Sheriff Jack Abncy, Miss Roberta Purcell visitet ears, died Wednesday morning It is said that more people gel her cousin, Mrs. Roberta Wallin who bus ben confined to his home t the home ot his daughter, Mrs off the train here than at anyjothei for some time with grip, is able t at Junction City, last week. A. Spark, on West Main station of its size along the line be at his post during court. Mt. Veknon, Ky.. Jan. 4, 1916 street. Capt. Beutley had been on and it certainly did look that way S. B. McClttre. the man who Editor Mt. Vernon Signal: the decline for several months has beeu section foreman since the last Sunday when the Louisvillo What has become of our Civic md about six weeks ago, he came landing of Noah, was over from ound train came in. The crowr League? Has it built auy side iut lrora Louisville because of as carefully counted when they Conway several days this week. got off and the total was exactly walks, macadamized any streets.. failing health to spend a while On account ot sickness in his. forty-five- . ibated any nuissance. securdd any with his daughter. On last Sun-laR A bparks was unable to family appreciable gain in attendance he walked up to the train to Mrs. Rosa Payne, wife of the m our Bible classes, serve on the Board ot Supervisors, or offered et a papei, but was complaining and Dee (Juiuinius acted tn his late Ghesley Payne, died at hei tny tangible method of organiz- if being very sick. While at the home near Dudley Sunday" nighi ing corn clubs, stead. canning clubs, tinner table he had an attack of J. A. Scott, of Lockjland; Ohio., md was buried near there Mon cooperative fruitgrowing, violent coughing, followed by a merchandizing that will at chill and soon became unconcious is visiting his many friends and day. She had been suffering fron relatives in old Rockcastle. He tuberculosis for some months once be profitable both to patrous md from that tim.3 on was never tells us he expects to come back Three or four small children and and operators? Was it a fuzee considered rational up until his to the county of his birth in the several brothers and sisters sur- warning us to slow up, lest there death. A general complication of Spring. Such men as Mr. Scott vive. Mrs. Payne was a good, be a collision? troubles set up. Capt. Bentk Christian woman and will If we would retrain from dissi- was for a number of years conare always Welcome oack home. in the community in which pation, disolate habits, or other nected with the mechanical deMr. J.W.McHargue, an old and she lived. vil tendencies, we should take up partment of the L. & N. and was respected citizen, of Pine Hill, and Messrs. Charles U. Wneeler. definite work that will benefit recognized as one of the best men who has been taking the Signal years, was Henry E. Grawford, A. B. Charl ourselves and those with whom 11 the service. Besides his wife, for the past twenty-fiv- e in town Monday attending court ton, Bet? Schulman and John J. we may work. Then let us he leaves three daughters, Mrs. our efforts to push the good R. A. Sparks of this city, Mrs. shaking Hands with old O'Brien, members of the Jefferson and He also paid the Signal bounty Fiscal Court, and J. Rus- - Work along and by definite plans Webb and Mrs. Sattertield, of friends sA Gaines, County Engineer, improve every phaze of our civic, Louisviile, and one son, Ray, who a call. industrial, educational and moral lso lives in Louisville. The Jona. and John McKenzie were came tp Mt. Vernon, Wednesday were taken to that city cal.ed to Highland, Lincoln coun light, and on yesterday morning life and activities. Who will undertake the renew where the burial will take place vere examined and granted law to attend the buri-ty, 1uesda, Tlrs is the largest class al of the canning interests? Will at 2:30 p. m. of their cousin, Micajih McECen tcense ver admitted at the local bar. some one take up the matter of zie, who died Monday after a ven The suit of J. B. Owens agsi nst brief illness. The deceas d wa. Atty. P. D. Crawford, a membei extensive gardening, or praotical f the Louisville bar accompaniec poultry keeping on scientific prin the Great Southern Fire Insur until u lew years ago, a resident ciples? We should like to see the ance Co., is before the Court tothe gentlemen aS'spObkor. of Rockcastle county. greatest amount ot corn that can day. The suit is to recover on a Rev. and Mrs. Walter Brock Miss Margurite Spatks enter. be raised 011 oue eighth of an acre policy of insurance for $1200 were with relatives here from ained with a New Year party ist a quartar of an acre of straw- which the company refused to pay. Monday until yesterday.. Thev Friday night. Those present were berries that will net $200 is not were on their way to Louisville, isses Christine Davis, Bouuit unreasonable What boy will unThe many friends of Hon. Nat where they will make their home Niceley, Ruth Landrum, Virgin- dertake it? B. Sewell, throughout the State Rev. Brock has given up his ia and Sidney! C r a w f o rd, Again, is there anyone in our and especially up in the Eleventh, church at Lexington to accept the Christine McFerron, Dessie town ten years old and over, ttiat are very much gratified to know secretatyship of the Baptist Sun- Niceley, Mary Story Sanduske s unable to read and write? Then that Gov. Stanley has made him day Schools of Keutucky. Hope Morgan, of East Bern-stad- let us see to it that tharperson, State Inspector and Examiner. and Judge William Griffin, of West Sarah Catron; of Somerset or persons can both read and Plains, Mo has been here and in and- - Eugene Fishback. Messrs write .before the close of this year. the countv for two weeks with his Homer Proctor, Will and Jamie Are there any pointsm our town Croup brothers. G. S. and Nelcon Griffin. Thompson, John Albright, Ralf that are unsightly or unsanitaCold Troubles This is his first vi-- it to Kentucky Griffin, Hiatt Crawford, Chas. L. ry? Then demand that those Vapor treatments for cold troubles since leaving here twenty seven Divis, Julian and Wilburn Miller, whose duty it is to abate the mi better than internal medicines, as the are vayears ago. Be served one term Ray McPerron, Arthur Cooper, issance, attend to that duty,. Don't pors carry the medication direct to the Jungs and air passages without disturbing as County Judge 01 Ozark county, Raymond Richards, John Pearl think that would be meddling in f ne Btomacn. ,Mo., and 'Is now a prosperous Landrum and Bentley Sparks. affairs, for it is not, J1" Vilk'8!7a?'01ubt!, Salle is ap . . . .. 7 . va. ,.narn;n ...l calculated . pors, released. .by tne .Heat ot.T7tfle' Zbody, are T refreshments were.serv- - 11 .... w: wyoi auvo wot k - l Delicious it -it" a- inhaled with each breath. 25c: to $1.00. to acco.uolish-mucJ. 3 . --" n , ; W-i- . ., ra t d a-- (f:wELL. .ft.'. -n. Par-perso- L South 12:13 am binds customers to this store. . lHHHiiHIHBHIHBBi one of the ties that r ' - M K Thru- quality,, merchandise makes its eloquent appeal to you j It .is.the one big, asset that cannot be included .' in a firiaiicial statement Buying Merchandised of Quality is investing in future peace of mindt During the coming year think on these things You'll Remember the Quality of Fish's $15 Special Clothes Long After You Forget the, Price Come In and See ii--What , , I -- 11 dis-rose- d 1 News e u A Little Cash Will Do st-a- 123 1ST -- -- ir-ik- Elz-jtngfor- d 7SStiftDffl0fiffliTrltgi; OITFITTERS FORjirATHEB AND THE BOYS mggm . K&v&zrt&GXsePS?- at-thi- s -- NOTICE neih KfPTTgg tt SALE FOR TAXES. W I, or some one authorized by offer lor sale at the tront door ot the Court House in Mt. Vernon, Ky., at the hour of ten 'clocka. m. on January 54th 1916, he following tracts of land locat-'- d in the Livingston - Graded School rt ;"i 'ONE YEAR tttDt t - 5XX2Z3B $2.00 0 H STT MONTHS district, to satisfy thataxes Courier - Journal a . -'- -- . due said district on said land' Property. , 'lame Taxt.s R. M. K; house and" lot ") Flour Co Livingston K.v. l$19t50 Pritz J house and lot . j ,. Krueger ( Livingston,Ky. $6.00 4rs. Ma j house .and lot )' y Hagan j Livingston, Ky. ) 4.50 L. H. DAVIS,' Licingstbn Graded School Treas. jl.OOO,COO WORTH - Daily By Mail (NOT SUNDAY) " P. AND X FARM "' r OF treks are and FAMILY During January A GREAT MONTHLY MAGAZINE AND CUT FOtt CHRISTMAS. To )'" NOTICE the Tax payers of the Town Those who owe Mt. VenuMi: February Only 3 Special ..." " ' vn Taxes for the year i9id, ill make arrangements to settle me on or before the 10th day ol .1 ;ry i9i6. j Rate r- Period Limited to These Two - P D. DeBord, 4 Months. 3r. Marshal.' re-ue- w For: Sale: One TowniLot, i0x200 feet in the Sparks addi ion. Also a good young mare.. j Splendid Combination at a Little t ver nan uie jxeguiax jrncc . Fred Baker, . ns Mt. Vernon, Ky. u to-da- y illdreu 70R STORIi "t FLETCHER OP5 C $ - t -- Subscription orders at this rate will : be ac- cepled only when sent through regular Courier JournahAgent in this district- , 'U'1- ;H - JULIAN MILLER MT. VERNONr KY. - fal Mount Vernim- - Monumental WORKS - COURIER JOURNAL CO., Louisville, Ky. Gl .T i 4 isrrvi n S0OtheS i 4 '- - - --- t, "Vaporize" or . . j people who a.ft. SY.eral blocks wv A siugle wotaan kia get herself a" pleasant look away and ieturn. transmitter. This re- - nP a mighty sight cieapc, thin tl rough-the quires-'mticlftaet.and stroke and th fur f the otlwrt in a .nflhatefenhoneinrlistolistPli to the abuse and. M grammar of voic? tnt sounds Jiktchaatkf lha to One of the most important dut- - self-contro- l; MBESWfflBS- a- other-people'- s -, - f.1 aac-.f- i- -. -- 1 w.H.t.;j " h - t-- VKKSSALVE Granite MnnnrnpntR- or. an w, -- th ij.t-atAeATGA Dt Estimates kinds. bunging on fences go by. Ijto'it'witfijf aeatajgrip ia order to on application. r. "; .. . J tell about, grandma's birthday GEO! OWENS Propr. FOR FLETCHER'S .iW, jover to the patron who is tarn.s ifc Pftnfi 119 nearest cp g i.H.. pfefi "-' L. . SV aa3Vir u-- e,, forlsf.di9 n m& VM k 4- , fwitwhedroflabeen erane is marnw. sits oa the ' ' traiasgo fence .nd t oy cause in is cneaper toan sit- . . ., mM-tua fM. . -- ucu ..tew .PBW1181'1 ..:, OMldrenl Cry l j gTQ . -- . v 2 r t . m , ... & TVTTTTVTm 9 ..& ... Ju4(i hUA A3krt, KENTUCKY COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE HAS GOOD BUILDIK8 IllUVLiilLlllO U 111 (rvT'(J -- riiS . ill i i?.------B5.- -' 2 I FIELD AND IN Campaign Af tinst Russia en THE NAVAL ZONES a ? &M&f2r . ' "" ? - - i- - - , &&h - fis Eastward Sweap Con- -- ' auest ef Warsaw and "B " f "' Other Fortresses, I MM X. Italy and Bulgaria In the ConflictSubmarine War fare and Allied Campaign Against Constantinople. . i .f i caJsSsWKigfllssff' 1sgejg.Wil)MfJX?Vjatyi ...... . $ bssssssssssbbeW2bKlA a4 .... ...... JANUARY. . Btttleshlp Sunk: British battleship Formidable sunk In the EnelLsh channel by German submarine or a mine; ovar teo drowned. f. France: Germans attacked by the allien at Solsaons, France. U. France: High water In the AUna compelled the allies lo retreat. 14. France: Allies withdrew south of the Alone In tX. and many guns. France;, Allies captured La Bassee, at Solsaons, losing 6,000 prison-er- a M. CruUer'Sunk: In a German naval on the En&lah coast tho German cruiser Bluechef troa sunk, with About TOO of her crew. British cruiser Lion disabled. prance, at-ta- ck Submarines; German submarines attacked British ships In the Irish sea, $00 miles from the nearest German naval base on the Belgian coast. FEBRUARY. f. Cruiser Lost: British cruiser Clan MacNaughtoa, with crew of 280 men, ot while cruising-- oft the British coast Turkey; Turks, estimated at 12,000, attacked British guards along- - Suez canal south of Ismailia, Effypt. 4. Naval War Zone; German admiralty declared a war zone in the English channel on and after Feb. IS. tr Bast Prussia: Germans, by forced march, turned the Russian flank at Johannlsburgv In East Prussia, and forced the enemy to retreat hurriedly to Russian territory. U. Austrian Front: Austrians reoccupled Czcrnowitx. Bukovlna, which the Russians captured early In the war. War Zone: The German war zone decree went Into effect, warning neutrals of dancer in the English channel. a. Ship Erelyn Sunk: American merchant hp Evelyn mysteriously sunk In the British war zone In the Irish sea. M. Poland: Germane stormed and captured Praaanyai.. Poland, an important ,Ruacian post north of Warsaw. The Dardanelles: Allied fleet bombarded Turkish forts guarding the Dardanelles strait, sea entrance to ConstanSO. tinople. MARCH. War Blockade: England announced her intention to stop all ships to and rrom the seaports of Germany. 9 Submarine: Three British merchant vessels sunk by German submarines off the coast of England. ML Cruiser Raider: German auxiliary Prince Ettel FrieJrich made port at Newport News, Va.. at the end of a S3,0tt .mile sea raid, .having on board 3(2 passengers and crew of vessels sunk by her. Including the American ship W. P. Fryc. IS. Submarine: 7 British, 1 French and 1 Swedish merchant vessels torpedoed by German submarine 9 In British waters. British auxiliary cruiser ,, . Bayamo sunk by a mine or German "submarine off the coast of Scotland; about 200 Britons drowned. 14. Naval: German cruiser Dresden, which survived the battle of Falkland islands, sunk In battle with a British fleet near San Juan Fernan1. U-2- U. many and refused to enter into an agreement with Germany to modify war zona blockade. Is. Naval: British battleships Irresistible and Ocean and French battleship Bou-rsunk by mines during a naval attack In the Dardanelles. ML Fall of Przemysl: The Austrian -- the for-trew- of dez Island, off Chile. British Blockade: Great Britain issued a eweepinff order in council cutting off all outside trade with Ger- many; 300 noncombatants, including summer resort patrons, killed. 20. Submarine; Germany announced the sinking of the famous submarine Capt. Weddigen, by a British merchantman flying the Swedish flag. 23. Galicla; Lembcrg, Galicla, recaptured by Austrians after ten months' occupation by Russians, 28. Galicla: Germans captured Halicz, on Dniester liver in Galicla, virtually controlling all eastern Galicla. SO. Submarine: British admiralty steamer Armenian, with Americans in her crew, torpedoed off the British coast-22 Americans lost. JULY. 20. Poland: Austrians captured Ra'dom, If miles south of Warsaw. Submarine: Italian cruiser Giuseppe Garibaldi sunk by an Austrian submarine in the Adriatic. AUGUST. 5. Italy: Italy sent an ultimatum to Turkey. 6. Foil of Warsaw: The German army captured Warsaw, the capital of Po- land, after a vigorous campaign which a lasted over eight months. 8. Baltic Sea: A fleet of German battleships and cruisers attacked the entrance to the gulf of Riga, in the Baltic sea. Submarine: A British submarine sank the Turkish battleship Barbarossa in the sea of Marmora. 14. Submarines: The British transport Royal Edward was torpedoed and sunk by an enemy submarine in the Aegean sea, with a loss of nearly 1,000 soldiers and sailors. 19. Submarine: A German submarine torpedoed the White Star liner Arabic off Cape Clear, Ireland; 29 Americans were among the passengers. Russian Fortress Captured: Novo the second greatest Russian fortress in Poland, with its garrison, was captured by Gen. von Beseler's German army. 23. Aerial Warfare: A Russian aeroplane squadron bombarded Constantinople, killing or wounding 41 persons. 25. Aerial Warfare: 62 allied airships flew 100 miles In German territory, dropping bombs upon a big munition factory and at several railway junctions in Rhenish Prussia. Servia: Austrian troops crossed the border into Servia. Fall of The fortress of fell before the assaults of the German armies. SEPTEMBER. L Neutral Rights: German ambassador notified the United States that ocean liners would not be sunk by submarines without warning unless they resisted or attempted to escape. S. Russia: Grand Duke Nicholas, commander of the Russian army in Poland, transferred to the Caucasus. Czar Nicholas assumed the command. Aerial Warfare: German airships raided London, injuiing S4 persons and killing 20; second raid within 24 hours. 15. Aerial Warfare: French air men raided In Baden, Rhenish Prussia and Lorraine. Zeppelins raided eastern coast of England. 18. Poland: Germans flanked Russians at Vilna and captured the fortress. 22. Balkans: Bulgaria mobilized her army. 25. France: Great drive of the allies from the French seacoast to Verdun. Heavy capture of guns reported and 20,000 unwounded prisoners. German front broken 6 miles in length at La Bassee and Souchcz, France, and 25 miles In U-2- 9, lssMsgsllliBgfw ? ; Chistmas passed very quietly here, hardl seemed like Xtuas except for the presents that wjerc given whifh alwa gladdens the hearts of the old as well as the young, and there were but very neglected in few if any our little village. Frank Jones was at borne from Straight Creek bui returned Monday to his work. -- faenr Poyuter and Eddie Wajc, ot JStaniord, were the guests of Misses Ora and Kate DeBord durthat-were CAS i For Infants z Mothers Always Bears tlie kSm M :icf5 l,-3- if r Genuine Zu, ; PRODUCTION OF ing the buliuays. Mr. and Mrs. Manloru Tarter, ana Robert bowder, ut litna, seul Experiment Station building, showing fcn the left the new addition to this building completed In 1913. iast weeK witn their granapar tuts, Air. and Mrs. A. C. ciuvvaer. Granville Hurst, uf Piaintield, HORTICULTURE IN INFANCY Greater Interest Is Being Taken Eact Year. Prmnf II II III II PI Signature m w t of AV, m iWSSi Mil ilfor Narcotic. MSt Smi- - fOUtSUWBBa- PL EF CATTLE Breeders of Beef Cattle ing Preparations For teresting Meeting MakInK DISCUSSMATTERSOFINTEREST Will Get Together at the Agricultural College at Lexington on Tuesday, January 4th, to Discuss Various Matters of Interest Relating to the Production of Beef Cattle. Lexington. Breeders of beef cattle in Kentucky are making preparation for one of the most interesting meetings in the history of their association. They will get together at the Agricultural College, at Lexington, on Tuesday, January 4th, to discuss various matters of interest relating to the production of beef cattle. These men usually have some kind of guessing and judging contests with different grades of steers, the animals being killed and dressed in the presence of the company. Among the members of this association are many of Kentucky's foremost citizens, and they always expect and enjoy a good time at Horticulture as an agricultural pur suit is still in its infancy in Kentucky Each year greater interest is bein& ta ken and in a short time Kentucky w rank as one of the gren'2-- t ' tural states in the Un.cn. growers have already attained rem-'- i able success. They will appear on th program of the Kentucky State Ho ticultural Society January 6th annual Farmers' Week m"c'' the College of AgricuUu c at ton, as well as will spe kers f er states. Practical problem the InU., is Visiting Ula parents Ueie. Miss Nettie brown is spending the holidays with her aunt. Miss $tm f ff discussed. In addition a first class show held, for which a large p has been prepared. Fo i ticulars address Department t. culture, Kentucky Agricultural iment Station. CORN Annual Geor-gievs- k, GROWERS ARE r For Convention Looked To By Many. Mtllie Brown, at Walnut Grove. Swannie Price, who has a good (.osition at Mulhns station, spent .xinus vita tits tuutiiei, ittrs. Vj li. .lice. -- J. J. brow u, who has ocen confined to his room for tne . ast three months, is able to walk iihout his ciutcu and it is hoptu ui Ufeaiu. Air. win soou i)e .u.er Jbing ai.d UwiigLitui, tvn.-.-uuel , auu liiue niece weie se let) burned last oaiutuay. Mi. rvifc auu uuugbiCi weiuui .u u.e oi ills Muihe muiLt, .., d w ie tr lug tout y some oiasang v wder wnen n epiuota and a tieiy burued the three, but iv.jss JtioLel vw hope Uui Iutai. tern m& W-Q1 I AwfectBedyforCSf iinn. SourSlona"M4i. T&STfcOTSMB?- jatSim&SIatocof Zr r fi fT M i i.v b bL f&m 'asss 53Sft: 1&W& 3SSS.0? C&tfMZM X tmc For ItiM z"'ij: it'&n veWJJ KssSSSSSfmnuM trwc CISTawvv- -' Thirty Yeai CASTf Exact Copy of Wrapper. ciirroa ovnr. f . ton. ?y TS fmi et r vUat and neUee M. to the Russian army after a prolonged defense. Prxemyal. in Galicla, surren-4Ure- d APRIL. . Naval: British battleship Lord Nelson " destroyed by Turks in Darda-.- Aerial Warfare: German airships dropped bomb near London in day- - strait. Weeurn Front: Germans captured the heights 'of jjtn Eparges on the Ueuae line nd recaptured in the Vosges mountains. They repulsed an attack by the allies along the Tpres canal with asphyxiating gas and crossed this barrier to the west side. JL Dardanelles: Allied troops landed on the shore of the Dardanelles under fire froz9ihe Turkish guns. Ss. Bubmartae: French steamer Leon Gaabetia torpedoed by an Austrian eusoarlae la the strait of Otranto; W. Belgium: at Stteamea V ? 1. Belgium, bombarded Dunkirk, on the French channel coast, inflicting oaeualtles at 22 mile range. MAY. German artillery at drowned. The annual show and convent ' held by The Kentucky Corn Gro' Association has come to be an looked forward to by all the le farmers of the state. The shov, be held this year during the w. e . January 4, and on the 6th will be h their annual meeting. The show grown phenomenally from year to y and this year a premium list to a show by far the largos their history has been prepared. their association meetings. Kentucky farmer can afford to m this great event and the opportuni; get POULTRY IS GREAT FACTOR to andacquainted with the best far ers stock men of the state. T show will be held as a part of Farme A man very much interested in Week at the Agricultural College 2 chickens was heard the other day to Lexington. express uneasiness for fear the crop reports might show the wheat crop of FAMOUS FOR HER HORSE this year to be of greater value than Good Time and Lot of Information l the poultry crop. Few of us realize Promised. how great a factor is poultry in the success of the average farm. The bulk Kentucky has always been fam of the poultry supply does not come for her horses, and it goes without from poultry farms, but from ordinary ing that a good time and a lot of ' farms where poultry is regarded as a mation is in store for all who " the meeting of the Kentuclry Champagne. Kentucky has every jpjtpne of the Breeders Association, to be he" ' 29. Balkans: British and French troops tnWuntry. The uary 6th, at the Agricultural C landed on neutral soil of Greece to best poultry shows in show this year will be h,eld the week at Lexington, as a part of the " support Servia against Austria. of January 4th, at the Agricultural Col- Week exercises. OCTOBER. lege, at Lexington. A very iiandsome The man who attends V 8. Bulgaria: Russia sent an ultimatum to Bulgaria demanding dismissal of premium list has been provided, and breeders' or any other iren German officers, etc. Allies prepared on January 5th the poultry raisers will have the free prhi'ege " to land troops In Greece and the get together for a big convention. A any or all of the c' er " to invade Servia. Greece: Greece formally protested good time is promised to all who at- see the various exh bits, a.. .. against the landing of British and tend. All is free. will constitute a rare treat. French troops at Salonikl to defend Servia. Venizelos, Greek premier, favoring the allies, resigned. King Con stantino appointed Alexander Zalmis. x7 former premier, to head new cabinet : and assumed personal control. --i 7. Servia: n Jk , forces under $ L Gen. von Mackensen invaded Servia. Bulgaria sent 24 hour ultimatum to Servia. U. Bulgaria: Bulgaria declared war on Servia. 13. France: Delcasse, foreign minister ol France, resigned his post. Servia: Bulgars invaded Servia at 3 points south from Nish and attacked toward the railway from Belgrade to Brest-Litovs- k: Bresl-LItovsk ...sbutneu auout tne lace, iu. aitie child s bauds burutd until ii.e skin had to Le cnppeu, ana . Jfing's lmtias, lttl auu au. vs were buruea baaiy. it was sthttd t. ey tried tu put the powder oui. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. mulias guve a nice little social last W nigbi at their lnu.t. iliose present played games, ade caiid,y, auu all report a nice time. Mr. T. b. barr and a Mi. riiceirom Wilmore, spent scvei-a- l days last week, witu K. tt. Brown ana enjoed a lew aas uuntr Mi. liismer Uuuiinins auu .niss li.va bmuli wee murrieu ut n.e home ol the uride last 'iburs-any- , the Kev. D. K. Uentry othci-aiinHere's wishing them a ;niith Buri. ng and happy hie. ton, ol Plato, spent last week .tre assisting in the siore. a. v.. bowder um been confined to luuru for the pas; two weeks with rip. Mrs. Johu Uromer, 01 spent iast week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. i?rank Jones. Miss Mary .Jones, who is atteuoiug .school at Berea, is with homeiolks. Misses Ros.. nd KUeu Gentry, ot Quail, spent unday with their grandmotner. Mrs. J N. Brown. VV. P. Bur-uetoi boujeiset, W.J. Brown, ol LUiail, and Mr ana Mrs. h Brown speni the day Friday with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown. BeBord and son, Othti W. were in Mt. Vernon Monday on ousiness. Mr. and Mrs G. is. liray were down fiorn Wabu to spend Xmas with Mrs. Bray's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thompson. Llo a Owens is very W E. Thomas was in Mi. aicK. Vernon Monday on business it being the first day of Circuit Court. Miss Sallie Price entered school at .Mt. Veirion Tuesday. Miss tu-nsd- ay The Mai. Millie Vv i I'.li fr Needs a clean bank, a sen i i ar.k, a 1 ap-pria- the man &hh a progressive bank hundred cannot afford to do busii-- ess with any other kins The Peebles is seeking your business and is pre pared to care for it IN'Tl REST PAID ON MMK DKP g. Peoples Bank pus OJr r-r-4i ve-.arvil- le, t :if w t, Tis Sale : a ax Juj liat" . tnit-.Bi.loving p.oilv, Cftiales oi cot aba reckless of expenditure, with the hick u Austro-Germa- -- -' ,- i of realnatton means ubai trH coonc, t - Nteu-por- t, Aerial Warfare: 15. Salonikl. 17. MX Lueitania: The Cunard liner Lusita-ni- a 19. sailed from New York for Liverpool-on her hapless voyage. 23. submarine: "American steamer Gulfllght from: Port Arthur, Te., to Liverpool, . England, torpedoed off Scllly islands. 34. The captain, was killed; the vessel and 83 of the crew saved. 7. Lusltwnla Sunk: The Lusitanla was 29. Students judging dairy cattle on the Experiment Station farm. torpedoed and sunk off Klnsale, Mun-stMary Mae Latham spent the holi2,101 mier. coasts Ireland. There .were persona on board, of whom 1.100, days with her parents. She was 31. Servia: German troops captured at THE ANNUAL PORK CROP SHEEP RAISING IN KENTU about 100 Americans, were senal town of Kragujevatz. Servia. accompanied by Miss Ruth Litton Kentucky is hard to equal In nc . lost. NOVEMBER. Submarine: British battleship Goliath adaptability for sheep raising an ol the Dormitory. Mr, and Mrs. If It were not for the cholera, it is 6. Bulgaria: torpedoed In the 'Dardanelles with a Great railway Junction a Servia, captured by Bulgarians. hard to tell the value of the annual a matter of fact she has not altc-oNish. "Wm. H. Brown spent last Sunday loss of 600 lives. 7. Submarine: Italian lir.er Ancona sunl neglected her opportunities, M. Italy: Tho Italian cabinet resigned crop of pork that Kentucky would by an Austrian submarine in the Med i on account-o- f the war pressure. with their son. W. J. Brown, produce, this .state being so admir- many of the best flocks in the cou n iterranean: 2C8 lives lost, including Galicla: recaptured are within her borders. The bl near Quail. E. B. Thompson, of some Americans. i ably adapted to swine raising. As it on the west bank of San river, Galicla, forcing the Russians to hur- - 8. Russian Frontier: Germans abandoned is, 'Kentucky has many of the best Breeders of Kentucky will get to0v Pinevilie,. has been with his patsome of the ground In front of Riga. I riedly abandon the Carpathian mounherds of swine of the various breeds er in their annual convention on 14. Aerial Warfare: Austrian alrship:tains. ents Mr, sad Mrs. J. L. Thompday, January 7th, during Farmc bombarded Verona; 63 victims, of . to be found anywhere in the country. ML. Italy; The king of Italy declared war Week at the Agricultural College t The Kentucky 30 died. whom son, for a few days.' J. G. ea having previousSwine Breeders' Assoly denounced the treaty of alliance 24. Teutons captured Mltrovitza and ' ciation, an old substantial organization, Lexington. Thompson has moved into , the Prlstlna. with control of tile vale of will with the Teutonic powers. Clash of hold its annual convention at the Kossovo, In Servia. troops the frontier. Mnllins' tenant house on O. PRODUCTION' OF ALFALFA. ?t Italy: Attacks by Italian troops along Agricultural College, at Lexington, . Italy: Austrian aavy and airships atthe whole front, especially violent The production or alfalfa in tacked Italy's coast. Italian troops farm. J. J. Brown was able to on January 5th, 1916. Some live topics around Gorltz, were repulsed. .seised Austrfajrterrftory. has probably more than double, go to Sunday School last Sunday of interest to swine raisers will be Bbcaarises: British battleship Triumph 28. Servia: Prisrend captured by Bulga in the past two years and is increasing opened for general discussion. torpedoed In the .Dardanelles while rians, with 17,000 prisoners. with acceleration. There are now so for the first time.ini three months supporting a land attack. DECEMBER. U. Submarine: British battleship Majesmany of Kentucky's best farmers grow1. Turkey: British were defeated by tic sank by a torpedo In the DardaThe Kentucky Dairy Cattle Club will ing alfalfa and learning its value an a Turks near Bagdad, Mesopotamia. nelles. 2. Servia: Germans and Austrian forces hold Its annual com ention during feed for all kinds of live stock that last captured Monastir, Servia. "Farmers' Week" at the Agricultural January they got together and formed t, Przemyel: Germans recaptured Prze- 10. Allied troops in Greece marching to College at Lexington on January 7th, a state association of alfalfa growers. mysl, Galicla, which the Russians had relieve Servia forced to retreat to Salor Imfoti uul CUttim . 1916. AH during the weak here will They will have their second meeting on lonikl. occupied March 22, after" a siege or XL Last day of volunteering In England; SO day Thi Kind YmiHiyi Always Bngl. be on exhibit the dairy products com-- January 4th, at the Agricultural Colrecruiting stations in London crowded Italy: Italians, captured Monfalcone, peting for the handsome prizes that lege, at Lexington. They will discuss """ ftnOraportant with applicants. strategic town north- Bears the U. Political: Election of deputies in are being offered. This club offers all kinds of questions regarding pro.. ii?t of Trieste. .. Greece. r: Aerial Warfare: 23 French airships aembershln to any one interested. duction, use and marketing of alfalfa. Signature of cropped .SO bombs on Karlsruhe.GeiN er Bulgaria: Great Britain declared war on Bulgaria. Bulgaria: France declared war on Bulgaria. Bulgaria: Italy declared war on Bui garia. Submarine: German cruiser Prinz Adalbert sunk by British submarine crew of 557 nearly all lost. Aerial Warfare: Italian airship bom barded Trieste, and the Austrian ai men bombarded Venice. France: A new French war cabinet was completed, Arlstlde Briand, pre- 55 killed and 114 Injured In London by Zeppelin attack. If th i e 5.0. t us mold " l.abitsH' d i '- dwu v i i " d ui i dicates, cu. yenci - prt-H)- i - ! i usi.u i i am. '. oj-pM- a.- - iinl t ' The Bank of Mt. Vernon a T VI KNON k ! r 000 .JEJ W4 .' t r Austro-Germa- Ja-roal- I HUSBAND RESCUED Austria-Hungar- -- y, J. Ke-tuck- y nrcpjimmi rxixvixj. After t; x vv j--i For Tears d IHscMngiss I had gotten so weak I could not stand, I CASTOR IA CwttitM.lfci.BdkckGaTe and I gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle of UfkDcifur. HwboJ Cum to Resoe. -- Cardui, the women's took, and I commenced taking it. From the very first 1 Z&ffu . J.CMeCLkRy BiT:HlJfiUM & LEWIS 'JbtfiopfieYS Offices Ll 4r .1 at Law Bide. Will practice in all the Courts in Bethuram Immmw uttmrtawrr s sn 4A TO CURECHILDRKN'SJCOLDS Keep child dry, clothe comfortable, avoid esposure andrjgive It is Dr. Bell's anticeptic, soothing, pleasant, raises phlej m and ' red u ces in Tne first, dose gives re lief, continued treatment with proper care will avoid serious illness or a long cold. Don't delay Pine-Tar-Honefla-matiPine-Tar-Eone- HOW TO CURE COLDS. Avoid exposure and drafts. LIVEN Eat ' JFsL O i -- s -- iionai Iwued. Artljt and rtiiricnt recital wltanUriIfurniltbry fr girl. Tuition low. VnreaUlozdlr ItatiTUIt CwsmtwT f Rule, fas 4111, UtUiHU, th - right, take Dr. King's New Discovery It is prepared from Pine Tnr, healing balsams and mild laxup tne atives. Dr. King's New Discov-er- y st pation ana tone eye clearwnoie and stem keep your kills and expells the - cold trpsh nnd nsaitnv lOOtt y nr sw-igerms. 'soothes the irritated throat and allays mflamation. It neais in g. Only 2SC at your aruggisi th mnrniK membrane, bearcn Don't let your child as you will, you cannot find a bet treatment suffer. Get a bottle to day. In - ter cough and cold remedy, its FOR FLETCHER'S . ' y us- - over 4& years is a guarantee Dr. Bell's wston oi auuaiuuliuu, nl an utttggtSti ,oc ai urugKisis. 1 years, wttk womanly troubles, aad during Cardui, the woman's toaic It has helped more than a million womea, is its 50 Dr, Vinw'e MfiOT IjlTftflllS. TUBV this time, 1 could oriy sit up for a little ii sure good digestion, relieve con- - while, aad couM aot walk aaywhere at years of continuous success, aad should YOUR TORPID LIVER To keep your liver active use UP dose, I could ten it was helping me. 1 can now walk two miles without its Catron, Ky. 1 an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bertie Bullock despair. Try writes as follows: "1 suffered for four troubles, don't give up k Children Cry an. At timet, I would have severe paias in my left side. Tbt doctor was caled hi, aed his trtati Kent relieved me for a whfle, but I was aooa coa&Md to ay bed agate. After aasg saVavHHj surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what it w21 do. Ask him. He wffl recos mead it. BeghttaldagCanM today. Write to: Chattiaceta MeJJdaa Co., Advisory DesU. Oatuaoes. Teoa for Spteial aiH-pgQeInstructions on your Hes Traau nt m vfmam, mnim Uhi wwsr. I4 CASTOR. A WHaajl bb a aVV aaaj mm an Ue k. ft l" Z ,T, 1 D