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ISSUE IS Established - 1887 NUMBER 15 Uommon Graduation will be held opposite the Citizens Bank, which here next Friday and Saturday was being used for drugs and a MAIN kV3JQ.(iJ-SteF- l J IcDispl-tGlFltel Claiming to have saved the sum of The examination is to determine barber shop, from M rs. J. Thos, $200,000 for the people ot tha State toe ngm to enter nign scnooi. jnerrv ior sauu.uu. u. A. wneei in fire insurance, the State Iniuraccb A. J. Sargent, of the Among the new.'y enrolled pupils don has moved his barber shop to Board nasaued a statement showing ftflRS. Mrs. Daniel Ponder, who has T seems like grip is the prethat during the past fonr years the Hiatt Section, is very low are the names of Willie Sam ms, an room Over Dr. W. E. been very sick for some time, is I vailing disease in this commu with tuberculosis. Chas. Owens Ruby Houk, Colmar McCall, Gravely's Store and Barnes & greatly improved. Mrs. D. B. nity; some getting better, some Drys Lose In The Senate reduction in Kentucky Is 5 cenU more on the hundred dollars of insurance left the first of the week for Cin Charles Smith, Arthur Dodd, Gil Shafer are getting the room va Rambo has been very sick for the just taking rs. than the average for the whole counMahala Wat By a Vote of 20 try. The total amount of Insurance cinnati, where he has a position. bert Albright, Samuel Albright, cated by Mr. Wheeldon, ready for past week but at present she is kins, of Hume, 111., has returned covered by the policies In Kentucky Is Phoebia Burton and Luther UoseDh Hall and Marion Chandler, a stock of ereneral rrmrfihundisp lightly improved. Mr. and Mrs. home after to her mother, about $400,000,000 annually. to 14 t r au ir Northern were married bv the The A:..li vmss art: now Lam ;is a spmnuia location ior I. W. Catlin are visiting relatives Mrs. Eli Gatliff, and other rela :gi icuiunraii it 'doing practical work in pruning stor? and a new firm with anew at Lebanon this week and Ed tives. She had not seen her folks A property classification bill to conRev. A. J. Pike last week. A form with the Ideas of the best posted number from here were witnesses and considerableinterest is mani- - stock of goods will no doubt do a Owens, of Mullins Station, is for seven years. Jimmie Gatliff ANTI-PAS- S GOES THRU persons In a number of States will in the case of Lewis Schneider f ested. The Botany Class are , good business. working at the freight house in has returned from Hamilton where shortly be introduced, according to Chairman W. A. Perry, of the House rrativn r against the L & N. R.R, Co., the 8"l,"6 busy ana a great deal of his place. he has been at work for the past Much Revenue and Taxation Committee. Interest Over Woman Suffrage FOR RHMUMATJSM first of the week. Mr. Schneider interest is manifested, although Mrs. Jerry Sams, Hazel Patch year. Willis Chasteen is visiting Stanley County Will Likely Be fell into an excavation made by a there has not been "Violet," a As soon as an attack of rheuma- is visiting relatives here. I. N. folks for a few days. He is work The measure providing for the Made A Business Session. concrete gang here last August "Rose" ora"Lily" in the Class. tism begins apply SlOanes Linea Griffin, of MaVetburg, was here ing" for a company at Franklin, working of convicts on the State roads, which was adopted as a constiwhile attending the fair, and A "Teachers' Training Class-- ' will ment. Don't waste time and jsnf Saturday between trains. Atty. Ohio. tutional amendment at the November brought suit for $10,000.00 dam- be organized Monday, Feb. 8, and fer unnecessary agony. A few and Mrs. Edd Gentry and Miss election, is receiving favorable comRev. Hugh Ponder filled his apFROST BILL DEFEATED. ment, and provisions will be made for age for injuries claimed to have we predict a large and interesting drops of Sloan's Lineament on Sallie Reynolds', Judge G. M. pointment at Clear Creek Baptist prohibition The Statewide the carrying out of it, been sustained. The concrete Class., This Class will be under ihe affected parts is all Jyou need Ballard and S. C. Franklin were Church Saturday and Sunday. amendment measure, known as bill, was dethe gang were enlarging the culvert the supervision of the Pricipal, The pain goes at one. here between trains Saturday. Bro. Ponder has decided u attend Indorsed by Governor Stanley and feated in the Senate Tuesday by under the rail road near W. H. who has had ten years' expers Attorney General Logan, the Agreatful sufferer writes: "1 Marshal W. N. Riggs is attending the Theological Seminary at Loua vote of 20 to 14. Party lines bill introduced by Representative store. Some of the ience in county examinations and was suffering for three weeks court at London this week. A lit- isville a few months. He is a were laid aside. Sowder' s The "Drys" are preparing to Stricklett, of Covington, passed the witnesses from here were J. R. the work will be thorough. The with chronic rheumatism and tle girl of Mr. and MrsZ-O-. Argeu-brig- ejreat preacher considering his Senate by a vote of 27 to 7 after bepush other measure in effort to Cass, J. W. Tate, W. H. Sowder, High School pupils are instituting stiff neck, although i tried mam ing amended to permit tne exchange of has pneumonia. M. F. practice. Squire Chasteen bought rid state of the liquor traffic. railroad passes for advertising space Dewey Sowder, Xeroy Albright, a campaign for a library in our medicines, they failed, and I was vlarshbanks was intMt. Vernon a fine combined horse from Jesse in the newspapers. If the bill passes A. J. Haggard, Dr. Steinberg, school, and propose to fill the under the care of a doctor. For- Monday on business. Jack Car- Simpson of Crooksville, Ky., for Frankfort, Ky. (Special). State- the House it becomes effective January Givens Carson, Dr. W. E. Grave- beautiful book case which has just tunately I heard of Sloan's Linea- penter, who has been quite sick, $123. Lots of hogs have died of wide prohibition, woman suffrage and 1. 1917. s ment and after isbill the ly, Dr. W. F. Carter, C. H. Frith, arrived. The Kev. A. J. Pike four days am using it I three or has taken a relapse. He had grip cholera in this neighborhood. Ev an to be settled are this paramount the A fine of not less than $500 nor sues well. am emsession of at more than $2,500 and a Jail sentence of John Robius, Thos. Francisco and has been quite ill for the past ployed at the biggest department and got up able to work but now ery body who loses hogs should Kentucky General Assembly. not less than ten days nor more than There has hardly been a day since thirty days for any railroad company Granville Owens Ed Hurt, of week. He has recently been called store in S. F. where they emploj he is much worse. Ben Griffin burn them and save others from Lebanon Junction, was here the as pastor of the local Baptist from six-t- eight hundred hands, took the first degree in .Masonry this disease. Cholera can be car- the 1916 session opened but that these furnishing passes. A forfeiture of ofthree matters have been mentioned or of from $100 to first of the week on account of church. J. J. Painter has charge and theyjsurely will hear allabout Tuesday night. W. H. Cotton-gi- ried for miles by dogs. Cude referred to in resolutions, bills and the fice and a fine official accepting $500 for any state free Sloan's Lineament. H. B. Smith the serious illness of his father. of affairs at the depot during the San Francisco, Cal transportation. was called to Pine Hill Tues- Croucher has moved to J. D. Pen- like. "wets" claim Jan. i9is The that a The bill one of James Meredith was in Stanford, absence of Agent J. R. Caas. O. At all druggists. day on account of the death of his nington's property. Mr. Pen- on the liquor question was forced too cratic partyis pledges the strong Demoand was the first father-in-law- , Monday, to see his R. Cass has been holding down sister. She was buried at the nington has moved to Berea where early for the good of a business ad- to be read into the Senate calendar. " PUBLIC SALE. ministration, but the "drys" claim they Thos. J. Oaks, who was run second place at the depot for sevTo make the provision for the exfamily burying ground Wednesday he will sell goods. We regret to wanted to know where every member change of passes from the railroads an automobile and ser- eral days for Chas. Hurt, who is As administrator of the estate to await the Judgement day. down by community. lose him from our stands at the earliest possible date. with the newspapers advertising. iously injured. He report3 his off on account of the serious ill- of Rosa Payne, decease, I will, on Elated over their victory In having James B. Steara, offor Nicholasville. We have been informed that John Dooley's school gave an enbill favorably reported condition very serious. Fred ness of his father. The opening Monday, January 24th 1916, at Thomas Jones will rent the Eight tertainment Saturday which was the State-wid- e by the Senate committee, the "drys" President of the Kentucky Press AsSowder and J. F. Frith were call- of a few new L. & N. offices, or the home place, offer for sale, the Gables Restaurant and will com- enjoyed by all. John is a fine gave the administration the biggest sociation, and G. B. Senff, of Mt. Stering on the merchants of Mt. Ver- rather old ones will give O. R. following: 1 horse and 1 cow, 3C mence in a few days dishing out boy and the patrons are loud in surprise of their lives and staged a ling, Chairman of the Legislative Committee of the association, called on non, Monday. Otis Hail was in Cass third place here againand bushel corn, small amount of fod- grub to the- - public. We wish their praise of him, at Boiling battle of more than ordinary interest, Governor Stanley to urge him not to although it may be short and decisive. oppose this amendment Mt. Vernon, Monday. Brodhead no one is better pleased than der, a few carpenter tools, sime Tom well itLhis new undertaking Springs, where so many noted Dr. Norman A. Palmer, Superintendshould feel proud of its present Owen. Victor Dunsmore, who chickens, the household and We have not learned where Marsh men have taught school. For in- ent of tha Kentucky The General Assembly has extended school system. A few years ago has been holding third place at the kitchen furniture and a few othei banks intends to locate. Miss stance such men as E. S. Al- League, and Mrs. Frances E. an invitation to President Woodrow President of the Kentucky a found us lacking the advantages depot here for several months, articles not named in this list. at s Ella Mae Blanford is visiting bright, C. C. Davis, Dr. James W o m a n's Christian Temperance Wilson to address He Joint sessionbeen has also Union, have been on the ground since his convenience. that we were justly entitled to in will take charge of an office near Terms: All amounts $5.00 and in Parksville and Louisville Pennington, Atty. Thomas Stew-ir- t the opening of the Legislature. It is invited to attend a meeting that will educational development and Lebanon. Mrs. Larkin Hicks is under, cash in hand, over $5.00 this week. Mrr and Mis. L. H. and other famous men too nu- - said that the usual paid lobbyists of be given by the Kentucky Illiteracy while we coud all see that many quite sick with pneumonia. Mrs. three months, with security and Davis are visiting relatives in Be- - f merousto mention. Myrtle Row- - the distillers have not made their ap- Commission. He has accepted the Inyet. Legisla- vitation if It is possible for him to the of our boys and girls, especially John Robins has been confined to bearing legal interest. Ireabis week. Jtfext Sunday will lett Is very sick. M. V-- Swirford pearance1912 theInState-wid- e last question do so. Qto?Ja.Si-14th,aai6... ture of" those in the country round us, her bed for the past two1 weeks be the Fifth Sunday meeting at has moved his family to Hamilton. was deferred until the closing days of Dock Langford, Ami. Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, President were forced to seek elsewhere for with a severe attack of grip. Mrs. the Baptist church. Sheriff Cam W. S. Pavne, James Chasteen the General Assembly. of the Illiteracy Commission, will BAD HABITS. school advantages that now can be R. S. ShiveK has pneumonia. Mullins, who has just recovered ind others have gone to Hamilton session of enough remedy the evils probably address a in our own Graded and High Elizabeth, the little daughter of . Those who breakfast at eight from a severe case of fever, was to work. When the boys go to so Drasticcomplainedto of by the people, the General Assembly Joint had Thursday, Feblong School. We were handicapped to Mr. and Mrs. Win. Francisco, is o'clock or later, lunch at twelve here Saturday shaking hands witb 8erea with their y anti- ruary 17, as a joint resolution was satchels the administration's in the Senate extent that we ourselvas must recovering from a very serious and have dinner at six are almost his many friends. We learned the agent don't ask them where trust and corrupt practice measures offeredCombs Inviting by President Pro the have been introduced in both Houses Tem. her. certain first be educated to the great attack of pneumonia. It was gestion. to be troubled with indi- that George Mullins and Fred they are going, but just hands and will be pushed by Governor Stan They do not allow time ley, who pledged himself to see that At the request of Covington minisneeds of those about us. Now we thought for several days the child for one meal to digest before tak- - Elkins were taken back to the pen them a ticket to Hamilton. ters, they were enacted. bill was Introduced by Reprehave a system that is second to could not recover. Dr. W. E. ' mg another. Not less than five Tuesday. While we sympathizt Every body ought to take the sentative Green, of Carroll County, none in the county and a corps of Gravely is the attendiug physic- - hours should elapse between meals with their parentt, and realize Signal. The bill to reimburse Kentuckians prohibiting the use of screens and for cattle destroyed in stamping out blinds which now protect the interior teachers that are well qualified to lan. Cashier A. M. Hiatt was a If you are troubled with indiges that they are in a great deal ol the epidemic of foot and mouth dis- of saloons from public view. It Is handle the affairs of one of Rock- victim of grip the first of the gion correct your habits and take trouble, yet it seems that the boys DIXIE HIGHWAY ease is expected to pass both Houses claimed that the bill will enable the Cnamberlain's Tablets, and you castle's best and most week. He was able to report for may reasonably hope for a quick intended to go back and, perhaps, with little opposition. It provides "drys" to better handle the liquor The Times-Staof Cincinnati, $68,000 to cover these losses sustained problem In that locality. The duty Wednesday, however. W. recovery. These tablets strength they got off light, for the crime Graded and following are notes from our local H Barnes and Clarence Shafer en the stomache and enable it to could have been worse. We have has the following editorial on the by farmers. Similar bills have been passed by fourteen Stated. In an effort to carry out the ReHigh School; An examination for recently purchased the property perform its functions naturally. long since learned that idleness "Progress of the Dixie Highpublican campaign pledges. RepresenObtainable everywhere. Representative Frank C. Greene, of tative Stone, of Crittenden County, Inwill be of interest is the parent of evil, and bad com way," which Carrollton, has said that he will op- troduced a bill which will be pushed STWi u pany will sure get you In bad. uere: "It was less than a year pose Hon. Arthur Rouse, Burlington, for the abolishment of the State Firs While Livingston, like all other ago that the Middle West determ- for the renomlnation to Congress from Marshal Department, the Sixth District. Greene is also detowns, has all classes to deal witb, ined on an active effort to make termined to push his "Jim Crow" bill, Announcing his candidacy yet we believe we are getting bet- Dixie Highway a reality. Yet providing for the separation of street gress in the Eighth District,for ConRepreactually made in con- cars with compartments for negroes. ter daily; and upon the other h?nd the progress sentative George L. Pickett, of a cousin of Governor Stanley, there is no finer people to be struction and preparation since M. Benton is amazing. It is now It Judge James he does not has madeo says that h t Is going to give Congressknown that found anywhere than in our good that time intend man Harvey Helm the battle of his old town. They are kind, gener sxpectel that the great highway, oppose Representative J. Campbell life. Cantrill, of the Seventh District, in ous, and above all, they are a God .vbich is to reach from Miama , event he is not selected to succeed the A fearing people. Mr. and Mrs, J'la., to Chicago and Michigan, late Justice Lamar on the Supreme . iade all over the canvassby will be state the Wilson. Garrard Burton, of Junction City hrough Cincinnati and Louisville bench by President latter placeHe was Christian Temperance Union supported for the by all after a lew days visit witjh Mr. ana fill be completed from end to except three of the Kentucky delega- securing s'gners to petitions requesting the Legislature to pass the amendMrs. W. R. Ward, have returned end much sooner than originally tion in Congress. ment providing for a statewide vote ! s home. W. M. Clark fs having a expected. One third of the coun-ieThe fight of the dry forces In the on prohibition. It is their plan to through which the highway Legislature to secure the passage of send a petition of at least 1,000 names severe tussel with thejgrip. Reect amendment for prohibi- to the General Assembly each day. Ward is visiting his sister. Mrs will pass,- reported expenditures a State-wid- e the initial struggle tion is Will Brady, at Lebanon Junction n six months of $1,765,000 on will be on'" during this session.that Mrs. Beatrice Hale, of New York, waged ictual construction. Using these this week. A bill is to be introduced to prohibit one of the leading suffragists of the igures as a basis, the American the manufacture of intoxicating country, received a warm welcome on visit to the State In in Kentucky; ontrctor estimates that the liquors constitution Is silent on the her address to the JointCapital and the her session of $100 REWARD $100 The amount spent in 1915 in all of the question of the of intoxi- General Assembly. She was introducThe readers of this paper will 1 62 counties on the routes flfollow cating liquors. manufacture barter or ed by Lieutenant Governor James D. The sale, be pleased to learn that there is ed by the highway was not less loan is permitted by Section 61 of the Black. Suffrage leaders claim an abundance at least one dreaded disease that than $5,390,000. This is a very constitution, but the word "manufacture" was left out, so that the dry of confidence in passing their bill proscience has been able to cure in Impressive beginning. The. same forces claim that a bill to prohibit the viding for a statewide, vote next year. all its, stages, and that is catarrh authority says that in one third manufacture may be passed by a maStatewide prohibition was given a Catarrh Wng greatly influenced of the total number of counties jority vote. It is in the hands of Senator Frost and Representative Hamil- start in the Senate when tha Senate by constitutional conditions re interested, $6,931,000 is known to ton, who introduced the State-wid- e Committee on Constitutional Amendquires constitutional treatment. be available for work in i9i6. bills in the Senate and House respec- ments decided to report favorably Senator Frost's bill providing for th Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in- Using the same basis of estimates tively. amendment to be submitted to the ternally and acts 'through the the American Contractor figures Judge Joe E. Williams, of McCreary people of Kentucky at the 1917 elecblood on the mucous surfaces of that in 162 counties $20,900,000 County, is In Frankfort claiming that tion. The vote on the committee, which the system thereby destroying the will be available for 1916. At the impeachment charges are "utterly groundless" and says that he is was taken In executive session, was: foundation of the disease, giving person. them For, Williams, Montgomery, FrosJ. thepatient strength by building this rate the Dixie Highway will there to answer A. W. in Barkley has In- An tie; against. Knight, Littrell and Congressman be a reality. It will form a up"the constitution and assisting soon troduced a bill in Congress "to pre- Stricklett, Senator Zimmerman reaaturem doing its work. The magnificent North and South route vent the manufacture and sale of al- frained from voting. proprietors have so much faith and one which should spur its coholic liquors in the District of Coin the cureative powers of Hall's proposed east to west rival to lumbia," and says that it fs his intenOne hundred citizens from Pike tion to push the bill to turn the na- County arrived in. Frankfort to use Catarrh cure that they offer One greater activity." tional capital dry. He said that it was their concerted action against the proHundred Dollars for any case as that it fails to cure. Send for An Indiana man married his a mistake to accuse Kentucky out be- posed bill to divide the county and of make Stanley County out ot the paring a "whiskey State," for 114 of testimonials. list 120 counties are dry. mother-in-latition. They appeared before the GenThe bridegroom ' Address P. J. Cheney & Co., It is regarded as somewhat novel eral Assembly in a body. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all drug-lis- t, has four children, two boys and that a member of Congress from the It is claimed that it will be a contwo girls, who by this marriage State that produces more whiskey stitutional impossibility to divide the 75C in the Union, became their own uncles and than sany other all the whiskeyand has county since Pike County at present three-fifthin the of aunts. They are also brothers-in-la- United States in. its bonded ware- contains only 785.55 square miles. This question, however, is in dispute, of their own father and houses, should champion the cause of and it will have to be determined by I grandmother. The husband is prohibition, according to Washington the Virginia line. The constitution Imfcata ami Cifldrta, dispatches. provides tr u a county must coataia now his TbKttYMfettA)MpBtit his wife'sown father-in-la- while and at lest 400 square miles; his wifevis. his. daughter-in-lawlan- d Gryv FOR FLETCHER'S "V"14 HI rLUUMEt'S Ctf4tflc her own mother-in-laI JSredlfKBeiGL j PROHIBITION uD-stai- rs it.---M- sit ? Frost-Hamilto- n anti-pas- ht anti-pas- o m show-dow- n Anti-Saloo- n Beau-cham- -- rel-tive- -.J- anti-lobb- go-wa- up-to-da- High-School- r, LAST R IC Shpl-byvill- e, house-to-hous- e Wo-iua- ns REDUCTION On Ladies' A150t I tively the largest cut that has ever been offered. Only to last this months Come and let- us show you. Coats, Misses' and Children's Coats, Millinery, Men's, Boy's and Children's Suits and Overcoats. Posi Suits, ,0 I SUTTON & McBEE n i CASTOR A Ir m f(47r r' . w w .- son-in-la- .Children Cry Children CASTORIA CASTORIA -- r -- r rui ML VERNON SIGNAL ' i.vJ Fridav, EDGAR it. Jan. 28, 1916 Piiblisht d eve? y Friday by five. The surviving Shakers arc Wards of Gcorgo Bohon, nf Har- rodsburg, under an agreement by on Pen'bak"- - Jjrotuer Jo. ..owa.u ;-- V IHBOTBBBHiMBBMB ' t- T-- ' - I" nMr-MT"fr-,ii I 1T KU NOX ll o. K' r p0 OUR PUBLIC G. E, On Railroads FOUM " S"ALB RIGHT. ONE YEAR UBSCRIPTION $1.0 Advertising rates mace know ctt application KENTUCKY MEMBER OF PRESS A SSOCLATION Senator Lewis, representing the Seventeenth Senatorial district, went on record with the "wets" on the question of submitting a vote on State-wid- e Prohibition. Since Senator Lewis was a strong advocate of State-widwhen making his race for the nomination, it is somewhat of a puzzle to figure out why he cast his vote on the whiskey side. We take it that Senator Lew:s had a good reason for so doing and will be able to give a satisfactory explanation. e he snbsiits and Plotli-- r them, provides nursing and niedi cal attention in illness and meets burial expenses. In consideration of a nominal sum, and out of ap preciation for his kindness and help during a long period, the survivors of the colony deeded fourteen hundred acres comprIs. ing the remnant of Shaker lands six years ago. to Mr. The maintenance agreement, of course, is a substantial part of the consideration. The original tract embraced six thousand acrs Mr. Bohon was asked today if he entertained any plans for final dis position of the property, the suggestion having been made that the settlement could be developed in:o a summer resort and enduie as a memorial to the sect. He said that he had no plans turther than to leave standing the splendid old stone community houses, which give promise of outlasting the present generation. Lexington Leader. which B'-ho-n Cassel Co-operat- ing With the Farmei COMING TO KENTUCKY. President Willson Will Deliver Preparedness Speech in Louisville. Announcement was made at Washington Monday that President Wiison will come to Kentucky and deliver an address in behalf of his preparedness program. It is said that so many reports have reached the President of con fusion over the issue before Congress, and of the uncertainty of the outcome.that he has determined to go before the country in pub Headdresses in support of the pro gram prepared by Secretaries Gar June 7, were approved last day by members of the Cooperation i3 a theme that lends itself most. readily to theory but yields stubbornly to practice. It is easy to speak the word but difficult to understand it and more difficult still to practice it. All can be selrish but it takes vision to be progressive. The organized farmer has been preaching cooperation for lo! these many years, but now come the railroads talking in the language of the soil. A recent paper read by G. E. Cassel, publicity agent of the Norfolk & Western railway, is so full of horse sense that we reproduce it in part and urge the farmers along that roadway to continued with the management of the road in "all problems of mutual interest: " "We are now dealing with two of the most gigantic occupations of men farming and land transportation. They are the basis of pretty nearly all wealth. When they fail the whole country fails. Therefore, how important it is that these two should fully understand each other, and work together not only for their own commercial advancement but for the prosperity of the nation. "The farmers and the railways are natural allies in all their interests It is difficult to conceive of greater service to the commonwealth than that of firmly fixing in the minds of both the railways and the farmers that they are mutually dependent and that the prosperity of one depends on the prosperity of the other, but that suspicion and misunderstanding destroy the various interests of both. Many of the most progressive and railways have fully recognized this relation and dependence. "In the study of economic conditions in all branches of human endeavor from the birth of our nation down to within rquite recent years, we are aston ished at the utter lack of the principle the 'work together' idea and not only that, but extreme selfishness and purblind prejudice haa more apparently dominated in the different branches of trade and other avenues of enterprise. This was a condition that government could not remedy No statute law, or even written constitution, can do more than safeguard those inalienable rights of the individual. "The mutual advantages of and sympathetic understanding are many and varied for both the railway and the farmer. The farmer is peculiarly dependent upon rapid and cheap transportation. His products are always comparatively bulky and frequently perishable. The railways aive farmers a worldwide market for their products. An intelligent under standing of the fundamental improvement of railway transportation is essential to the prosperity of any agricultural community. Worldwide and nation wide markets are made possible only by regular and cheap transportation ROOSEVELT RULED OUT. such as is offered by the railways. "So the farmer may conclude that when he with the railroads, Preliminary plans for the his most potent allies, he is doing good for. himself and much good for hi National convention to country. " 'While there're leaves in the forest and foam on the river,' be held in Chicago at the Coliseum The fanners and railways shall flourish forever." tar-seein- Selection of twelve miles of Knox eounty highway from this city-t- o the Hell county border was aj proved by State Engineer Terrell following a visit by local road the route liom ba bourvil'ti to the Laurpl coun line is still under considers i Two routes aie beiug conMdr , one following ihe L- - & N rai'ioad a d another or ng i,v t h wa. of 1 .1 an err t route is pprovei. th - pen f the I) xi Hignwa vill b- - d iftmri9iw tft ma -m iI 1 VI M ldl,lIt'C?l JM B agi JH m F I 1 m ByF. Vw I l ft f r ES&I&S3ES33 K.4 4 I laWaf.T! ) fim qgP"VT-f- Wl ffl ,T?-T- Vm Jj kH Insuring a Family g I 1 I -- BESTRESULrel LIGHT, trade ESST The SMITHSONIAN I lTGIYESJTH E 44 CORRECT TniSconsumptivegirl lived In a little J ite-public- an I Mon- sub-committ- BLACK LOCUSTSEEDLiNGS,KY.STATEFORESTNURSERY on arrangements, ot the risonand Daniels. The date has not yet been se lected for the President's visit to Louisville, but the plans lor the speaking trip are now being pre pared. ilGNING STATE-WID- E All Over County Asking Repre sentative Gooch to Vote For It. Representative W. G. Gooch was home trom Frankfort and on the streets here Saturday. A number of those interested, sought his views on the question of sub mittiug the state wide prohibition question to a vote of the people, SERVICES AT THE CHRIST but it is understood that they got IAN CHURCH FOR SUNDAY little satisfaction or assurancelthat Sunday School 9.45. he will vote for such a measure Preaching service 11.00 a.m. Petitions ai e being circulated all over the county, it is understood, Subject, "The Stronger Man and asking Mr. Gooch to vote ibr the Bis Weaker Brother." bill, and it is pointed out that in Christian Endeavor 6.30 p.m. the Democratic primary last Aug- Subject, "Great Foreign Missionust, the man who was running as aries." Preaching service 7.30 p.m. the State wide candidate for Governor, carried the sounty over the The Rev. Mr. Lunsford, pastor man who was said to be opposed at Wildie, is to preach for us at to it, and for this reason, those this service. His subject will be who want to see the question sub"Will Man Rob God?" We want every one who lives in mitted to a vote in Kentucky say that Mr. Gooch's constituency are or near jmc. vernon, aua all visiclearly in favor of his voting to tors within our borders, to feel submit the question to a vote of that we are glad to have you pres-eu- t at any or all of our services, the people. Mr. Gooch says that so far as he can at present see and we want you to feel at home things, he will not introduce a when you come. H. T. Young single bill at the present session. The state-wid- e bill will come up THE BEST TOWN AFTER ALL There are fancier town than our in the Senate Tiiesday or Wednesday, and, of course, Senator little town, there are towns that Montgomery, of this district, will are bigger than this; and the people who live in the tinnier towns vote for it. Interior-Joumal- - National Committee, after a series of conferences with Fred W. Up-hachairman of the local committee. adjourned The without discussing the selection of a temporary chairman for the convention although four names were mentioned as possible candidates. They were Elihu Root, of New York; Senator Borah, of Idaho; Governor McCall, of Massachusetts, and Charles Osborne, former Governor of Michigan. It is believed that the selection of a temporary chairman may be deferred as a matter of political expediency until April or May, although the ad meet again in Chicago, journed to' March 15, when the subject may be taken up. Republican national leaders who attended the meeting expressed the opinion that the convention d would be and deliberate in the matter of naming a chairman. They indicated that they would favor any available compromise candidate except Col. Roosevelt and said they believed the delegates would be able to select a leader who would be satisfactory m every element of the party. . sub-committ- ee sub-committ- and four brothers aud a sister. When tho visiting nui-Mot the city called upon her she found the whole family in danger of contracting tuberculosis from the young woiiian through Ignorance of tbe proper methods of caring for the patient. The nurse instructed the members of the family about the preparation of the girl's food and the care of her room, so as to give her every chance for life. . Most important of all, the nurse showed how the disease tuberculosis is spread from one per- son to another through the spit and spray from the mouth of a consumptive. They were taught that all of the expectorations should be caught in paper boxes or - napkins and burned. Those instructions practically insure s of the other members of th the-live- IW" "c'i?W I Il iMrir 9 v . k" MA... I TRUSS f HOLDS ,N ANY L (POSITI?N. V I I The "Smithsonian Truss rt cheerfully j ' ' furnished upon request Pitted and Sold by CHAS. C. DAVIS The Taniac Agent MT. VERNON, KY. " 'Phono No. 39 family. Black Locust has many advantages for planting. It grows fast, is durable in contact with the soil, and is valuable for soil regeneration and fixation. Our Extra Special Combination Offer iai A Carefully Selected List of High Class open-minde- HOW TO CURE COLDS. germs, soothes the irritated throat Avoid exposure and drafts. Eat an(i aJ,avs inflamation. It heals the mucous membrane. Search rio1iKai.nrirtf;noW..n: -i iuuj; 3 AICW UlStUV " ery. It is prepared from Pine as you will, you cannot find a bet cough and cold remedy. 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Ouly four Shakers attended the burial of Sister Susan Murray in the little cemetery of Shakertown Sunday afternon. Of the once populous colony only this quartet survive. The youngest, Dr. Wm. Penebaker, is seventy four, and peaceful shades into which their oldest comrade has just passed seem very near to each of them. Sister Murray succumbed to grip after a short illness. She was ninety-tw- o years old, and was born in Bullitt county. The funeral was conducted in the Center House, the Rev. Robert N. Simp son, pastor of the Harrodsburgl Christian church, formerly of Lexington, officiating. With a tribute to the departed, the minister coupled words of comfort for the pathetic little company who mourned and waited. Sister Mary Settles, aged eighty, now is miss. are things you can see in There all the city excitement will is unexcelld Coffins furnished VERNON SIGNAL the senior member. Sister Sarah the wealthier towns that you can't in a town that is small, aud up and down there is no other town like our little town after all. It may be that the street thru the heart ot our town isn't wide, i.n't long, Isn't straight; but the neighbors you know in our littb town with a welcome will wait. In the glittering streets of the glittering town with its palace and pavements and thrall, in the midst of the throng you will frequently lone for your own little town, al ter all. If you live and work in our town, in spite of the fact" that its small, you'll find that the town our own little town is the'best of a town after all. Ex. Wanted One hustling man or woman representative in this Territory. county. Exclusive Big profits to right party. North ridge sanitary brush co. Hearse senl to all part's of ne County. Deepening the Farm For Bigger Crops All Phone 3S32 orders by S YVire-PromptlyJFill- W. A. COX, 94-- J 1 i Ml'. VERNON,. KY. i.i jt G2ANVILLE OWENS j 3ce33C3B Brodhead LINE y$&C3$l J iw rr The Third Dimension of the Farm an Important Factor to Greater Crops and Bigger Dividends. taking care of increased horizontal or surface acreage are all right In their way, but to go deeper into the farm, to increase Its fertility and productiveness by increasing Its depth. Is a matter that the practice of vertical farming accomplishes quickly and economically, and very often a single cartridge of explosive will convert several yards of otherwise useless subsoil Into half an acre of new root feeding surface. Thus, Instead of spreading out and embracing more territory, vertical farming enables the farmer to really concentrate and by intensive methods conserves in both labor and expense. At the same time the resulting Increase in crops emphasizes the profitable features of the process. And there is a practical reason for this. By breaking up the subsoil oxygen Is admitte'd into the ground, and the pent up natural fertilizing elements of the lower soils are released and utilized. A reservoir for the storage of water Is created, and a good home for tbe roots is produced. Good roots are essential to good plants. Men who look below the surface realize these facts. They know also that a plant produces only in proportion te the extent of air, water and nourishment given its roots. Thus Is the newer method of vertical farming bot-logical and profitable. This method of farming vertically I In Itself easy, simple and labor saving? ISE fanners are beginning to realize that, a farm goes farther than length and breadth. Depth la a vital factor, and Incidentally this third dimension has a clearly. Identified Influence upon the producing value of the UNERTAKER Ky earth's surface. Thus "vertical farming," a newer COMPLETE Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele- phone orders Promptly Filled method .of agricultureT Is rapidly developing. Merely to scrape the bristles from a bog's hide Is not enough. Deeper cutting Is essential la order to reach the bacon. And experience has shown that to simply plow or turn the top soil is very often only the scratch Ing of the surface when It comes to bumper crops. Often the productivity of a farm Is limited by the tight clay or bard pan underlying the top soil. Costly implements for tilling this upper soil and A half cartridge charge of farm powder placed well down lnte the tight, subsoil at Intervals of' about a rod. tamped properly and fired carefully will do tbe work quickly and economically. Subsoil blasting, however, can be done successfully only when the subsoil is dry. Few tools are required fer the voriv-- . Freeport, 111. &C$3d $DC39& I, " MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt: Vernon Ky, Jan 28, 1916 Go to rr Fistfoj.atae Jst.tln -- gs- - r Make it a. rUle to break your matches in ttvotiaTter lighting pipe, ;..JagdQn.:,News Let Fish's finish your Kodak Clai UF s.lnng nres, jnen The grip .has made its appear thete' will bend accidental confla pictuies. anceinthe school, but without gration frqm your carelessness in any ap "No. 79" wnen W(T 9 s '"- ' serious results. to wear get it at Fish's. IM wao to Communis 7 If 1w throwing t He "lighted match aside, cate with SIGNAL . There's a teason. Miss Stewart has been suffering tho you may 'get a scorcht linger from the effects ot an attack of the Court will adjourn tomorrow, in the breaking, that is better This has been a very busy term than losing the house or setting grip, but is much better now. Preparations for a Scotch Literand lots of business has been the woods or fields on fire. Better ary Program have beeu in progress transacted. still, blow your match out then It is cheaper to pay for your break it. By following this rule! for some time. This work isiu N AHVILLC R R. CO. LOVISSVILLC own paper than to wear out shoe-- , nundreds of thousands of dollars charge of Miss Cbulson. Mrs. HomTrd and Mrs. Savior, T ME TABLE. leather trotting over to borrow would be saved yearly in this coun try. This is one of the rules gov- both of Gum Sulphur, Iwere visit 22 nortn 5.0? p m your neighbor's. V erning employes in the national ing atLangdon on Monday. 24 north 3:56 a m W' The eighteen months old baby Miss Pearl Clark, of Orlando, 23 south X1 II &:n:48aro of Mr. and Mrs Wheehr Clark, of forest reservations. IB yS A entered as a student of Langdon 12:13 a m 21 South Parts, Ky., Jan. 24. The task School the Orlando section, died last week on Wednesday. ft X.' of raising $30 000 to provide a r X Jas. Landrum, Agent. of pneumonia. ff Several new students have enhome for aged Odd Fellows and Phone No. 8. tered for the second term and the John French, ot the Wildie sec- their widdows, has been completwork is progressing favorably. Ky. PostoflBce tion, captured a real wild cat in Entered at the Mt Vernon, ed and Judge E. B. mail matter. as second-clas- s The honor roll for Janusry is the dark hollow on the Gus Stew- Ianuary, 01 this city, will go to small, including only three names: art place, a week ago. The cat is Eminence to pay for the old Gilt-ne- r Flora PERSONAL Pitman and Louise Lana good sized one and weighs fifteen College and 3o acres of ground drum who are star pupils, and pounds. which were purchased for that Mrs. H. C. Gentry is very sick Judge Roscoe Tar purpose. The work of securiug Linnie Spurlock. with bronchial pneumonia. OPPORTUNITY Mrs. Delia Gentry has been ter, of Pulaski County, according .the funds was done by Judge Ian-uarto a Frankfort dispatch, will soon who also originated the idea. Master of human destinies am I! very sick but is some bettet. toss his hat into the ring for Con The price to be paid for the EmiFame, loye and fortune on my Attys. C. C. Williams and J. gress in the nth District against nence property is $lo,ooo, which footsteps wait. W. Brown were in Corbin Sunday. Caleb Powers. Somerset Journal. will leave the sum of 820,000 with Cities and fields I walk. I peneMrs. Reynolds, an aged woman, trate If you are going away on a visit which to rquip the building for living at Pine Hill, is very serDeserts and seas remote, and the other purposes. give us the item. Don't wait to iously ill. passing by Mrs. Dolan, mother of Mrs. "R. be called on. If you have friends George Mullins and Fred Elkins, Hovel and mart and palace, soon A. Welch, is very sick at her home from outside the county visiting who were held in jail on the or late you, send us their names and res charge of robbing J. H. Brownat Pine Hill. I knock, unbidden once at every idence. We need your help to ing and a brakeman by the name Mrs. W. H. Fish and young son, gate get all the news. of Newland, at Livingston a week spent a portion ot the week with If sleeping, wake; if feasting, rise Brodhead furnished her full ago, were taken to the pen Tues Mr. and Mis. Geo. G. Brock at before quota of witnesses in court this day to serve their terms on former London. I turn away. It is the hour of sentences. They were out on Da- Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gabbardand week, in the $10j000.00 damage fate roles and were ordered back by And those who follow me reach little son, of Richmond, are with suitof Schneider vs. the L. & N the Board of Prison Commission Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Welch during R. R. Co. There must have been every state. some thirty or forty witnesses ers. Mullins has about threejyears the week. Moitals desire, and conquer from that town testified. The yet to serve, out of a ten years every foe Otto Reynolds is able to be out lury returned 2 verdict of $700. conviction for murder and Elkins Save derth; but those who doubt again after being confined for has about nine months term on a or hesitate about a month with the grip and for plaintiff conviction for grand larcenry. Condemed to failure, penury pneumonia. J. B. Livesay, one of our best Both men will be indicted at the and woe, Mr. and Mrs.W.B Reinke have and most progressive farmers, April term of the Rockcastle Ciras their visitors, Mrs. Reinke's living about two miles out of town, cuit Court for the Livingston Seek me in vain and uselessly implore parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. is adding to the value and beauty hold up and robbery ot last week. I answer not, and I return no of his alreadv attractive home, by md when they have completed Aiken, of New York. more. R. S. Jett, the Main streei .mving placed along the whole of 'heir present terms will be groteryman, telU us tbat he n tie .nt of bis house, a heavy br night back and tried for this close out his interest in the si.r. ionc wall, built out ot the splen t.st offense It looks like the Dee oys are up against it tor several and will take a position ou the lid Rockcastle limestone. itainsey, our first-classtone vears yet. road. mason, is doing the work. Miss Dessie Thompson has bets, HOUSE BILL NO. 132 very sick at the home of Mr. and Word reached here yesterday, IN LIVINGSTON, KY. Mrs Geo. Burton, but is some bet that Lee Johnson, a brother 01 Introduced by Hon. E. Bullock, ter. Her mother was with her a Mrs. Sam Cox, was dead at his Consists of Two 4 Room Houses Providing For Pure Seed few days this week. home in Madison. The deceased J in good repair; well, large barn, Be it enacted by the General 119 Mrs. Sam Cox went to East formerly lived at Livingston wheie Town Lots in the Rockcastle Assembly of the Commonwealth Bernstadt yesterday to attend the he was in business, being associa Heights Addition, and 80 acres burial of her brother, Lee John- ted "with J. B. Coleman in the res f Kentucky: if Good Farm Land, Cleared and 1. That any individual, partson, but it was learned later thai taurant business. The deceased ready for cultivation, all for 1500 the burial took place at Heidle was a Mason, and i splended man nership, firm or corporation, sellThe two houses are renting for LIVEN UP YOUR TORPID LIVER join with his many friends in ing, offering for sale, or having $12.00 per month, which is 10 We burg. for sale in the Commonwealth of keep your liver active use To per cent, on your money invested, Dr. D. B. Southard was here mourning his untimely death. Kentucky, any field or garden Dr. King's New Life Pills. Th yesterday on his way to his home Hon. JJ. Bullock was here yes seeds, shall be required to place a f interested, write insure good digestion, relieve vn- been with terday on his wTay to J. W. SAMS, at Stanford. He had supuuuu anu uuub up in", wni.; his home label on the container of same 2600 Frankfort Ave., his mother who has been very sick near Hansford, on system keep your eye'l-a- r and account of the stating what per centum of the , lookKy. your skin fresh and h home a few miles sonth of illness of his Louisville, at her wife. Mr. Bullock ?eeds in said container t pure and ing. Only 2sc at y oc druggist town. says he is putting in full time, and what per centum is not pure, statJack Hysinger, of the Rose Hill H. H. Beaty, a former citizen of that the duties of a solon is some ing the kind and amount of said joramunity, claims to have the of Mt. Vernon, but now living at thing of work when one tries to impurities. longest black-berrbriar in captivATTORNEY-AT-LAScience Hill, Ky., where he is do- do his duty, and keeps abreast of ity, 16 feet 10 inches long. He 2. If seed are sold in bulk so MT. VERNON, KY. ing a splendid business with his what is doing. He says the de- hat it is not convenient to attach has this on display in Fish's store -OFFICE.- On 2nd. floor f roller mills, was a visitor to our feat of the Prohibition bill is di said label to the container, then tnd if you doubt the statement The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church town Tuesday. rectly charged to Gov. Stanley the individual, partnership, firm, 40 in and measure it yourself. street. Special attention given Robert Nixon, a substantial cit who had been very active in Sen- jr corporation so selling shall be Jack challenges the state on long to collections. briars. Phone No. 80. izen of the Wildie section, was in ate caucuses up to the time the required to give a statement with black-berr- y town Tuesday and paid this office vote was taken. According to same as required on the label in BILL TO INCREASE a call. Mr. Nixon is a stanch Mr. Bullock the dry Democratic Section one of this act. PENSIONS PASSES SENATE friend of the Signal and never members are sore on the admin3. Any individual firm, part-shi- p Conover a dollar for bis paper. istration as a result of the defeat fails to leave or corporation violating the Washington, Jan. 24. An OmBen Purcell, who has been of the measure and that many of provisions of this act shall be guilty nibus Pension Bill providing for 0 working with A. B. Furnish on them are no longer in harmony of a misdemeanor, and upon con- the increase in pensions of 130 MT. VERNON, KY new railroad grade between with the administration on admin- viction shall be fined not less than veterans of the Civil War passed the I imii iivuuuiii uvcr iia&ci D.wre Phone 49-Barbourville and Manchester, is at istration measures. Mr. Bullock 50.00 for each and every offense. theJSenate to day. It provides $; home for a week. He says Mr. vill return to Frankfort as soon'as Any individual, firm, partnership, for the increase of $24 to $36 a C or corporation making a false month in the pension of Henry Furnish is getting along very his wile is so he can leave her. nicely with his grading, considerstatement on said label, or in said J. Mullins, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. At motion hour on yesterday statement in regard to the per ing the extra amount of rain. Our townsman, T. C. O'Mara, Attys. C. C. Williams and E. R. centum of purity of field or garCecil Williams, for the past four has just been granted a patent on HIM years a clerk in the State Auditors Gentry, representing the good den seeds, shall be guilty of a mis- an invention which promises to be toads people in the bomd issue demeanor, and shall, upon convicoffice at Frankfort, has been apa very popular device when placed pointed District Agt. for the New fight, moved for a submission of tion, be fined not less than $50.00 on the market. The invention is a York Life Insurance Co., with the case. Judge Bruner, who is for each and every offense. combined paper holder and cutter. 4. All laws and parts of laws The holder is so fifteen counties under his super- the attorney for the opposition, constructed that vision. He will mate bis head- objected to the submission, upon in conflict with the provisions 0 it not only supports a roll of paper Ji3S5ra.H quarters at Somerset. Somerset the grounds that he was not ready this act are hereby repealed. but cuts, holds the sheet fast while for trial, in that there were many Journal. cutting and then feeds for the next others whose depositions he de THEY NEVER COME BACK. operation. It can be operated Mount Vernon Monumental sired to take, When the Judge The umbrella you lent. LOCAL either by hand or foot. It is by to say as to the char The woman who asked you to far the most complete device ever The Silver Tea party, given bv was forced acter of evidence he yet wished to hold her baby while she went to offered to the Girls Society, an auxiliary of k the bnsy merchant, the C. W. B. M., at the home of offer, he admitted that the evi buy a ticket. bufcher, etc., for holding not be competent but The strange boy you sent to the of and Rev. and Mrs. H. T. Young on dence would wrapping paper. The holder is 'VlDEALER the circumstances he store to get a $2 bill changed. inMarblesand last evening, was a most enjoyable that under so constructed that it can be felt that he should be allowed to Granite Monuments of all The friend you brought home to manufactured at a occasion for the young people. reasonable take the proot ana present it to dinner on the cook's afternoon Estimates furnished price, not much above the old or- kinds. A number of voung people, the Court. We do not know what off dinary paper rack, and every one on application. chaperoned by Mrs." Mullins, gave kind of a plaything Judge Bruner The cat afterdrowning.it the who has inspected the holder and Aubrey Martin a surprise birth wanted to make out of the court, GEO. OWENS Propr. ninth time. noted how easily and perfectly it day party on Wednesday evening for the large crowd which had asThe friend who says he'll be operates, are very enthusiastic in Pone 112 of last week. But few o f the boys sembled in the court room to see around Saturday and repay the their praise of the invention. Mr. are striving harder or making a what disposition would be made $5 he RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR. O'Mara exoects to have the same borrows. much better record in school than of the case, saw that his position To half pint ot water add 1 os. Bay on the market at an early date. Atrateur balloonists. Rum, a small box of Barbo Compound, Aubrey. was preposterous, even ludicrous, and oz. of glycerine. Apply to the hair lt ff buttons that go out with FOUND A SURE THING twice a week until it becomes the desired af-tnothing of the effect it. had the washing. to say druggist can put Salesman Wanted to look shade. I. B. Wixon, Farmers Mills, you can Any It at home at very this up or cost. mix our interest in Rockcastle and upon the other attorneys and the N, Y.. -- has used Chamberlain's i Full directions for making and litue come use he damage suit 01 Fi ank Ball will Tablets, for years for disorders of In each box of Barbo Compound. It gray adjacent counties. Salary or com Court upon the bench. It goes against the L. & N. R. R, Co , is the stomache and liver and says gradually darken streaked, faded excelwithout saying that the Court mission. Address hair, and removes dandruff. It is "Chamberlain's Tablets .are the lent for. falling hair and will make harsh ordered a submis- The Harvey Oil Co., the ver3 promptly and glossy. hair best I have ever used." Obtain- Bcalp,-l-soft not Ucky or It will not color not rasy, and does Cleveland, Ohio. sion of the case. , on the L. & E. R. R. able everywhere. I rub off, it-i( I " 1 " We Are Going After The Shoe Business '"' Jr jB this year with a greater determination than, at any time in the history of our business. We have done a good shoe business in the past but we are goinsj to do a better one in the future We have the shoes to back our efforts and every one must know about them. They aro made for men, women, boys and girls a ?hoe for every member of the family. a dress shoe, we have it, a medium weight shoe, we have it, a work shoe, we have it," in fact we have a shoe for every need and they are made of good, honest, solid materials. ' If you want to-morr- Ex-Uoun- ty v, j 'S 150, i SPECIALS ARE ALL LEATHER We know they are right is the reason we are going after the business as never nefore. Don't forget now, when you want a- pair corae to us. It will be a pleasure to show our line. Bring your family in and see what a little cash - will do. "Fish'sSpecialShoes" ARE BETTER i 1 FOR SALE s THE SAMBROOK ESTATE rorttr PAoirKiCWJJliSaS MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY. THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES ZXXUSK 'a pk y 1 $4.00 YEAR ONE (NOT SUNDAY) $2.00 SIX MONTHS Pi y 'C. Williams, Courier - Journal Daily By Mail AND FARM PH Dentist S. -- and FAMILY During January A GREAT MONTHLY MAGAZINE AND p!d3Cq3G February Only Special Rate Period Limited Months. to These Two x W Splendid s r vvcr TI-- f j.L- iidii uic Combination at a 'Little ' "D T jxcguicur-- x "D- -l nut Subscription orders at this rate will be only when sent through regular Agent in this district- - gro-ceryma- n, Manufacturers JULIAN MILLER: MT. VERNON, KY. COURIER JOURNAL -- CO., Louisville; Ky. KIEIZXi Mrs. Steve Teters, of Mullius Station, died Monday of pneumo" nia. The deceased was 1 1 ZXZXZHK t&ffidfle umsemwrr KMUSIC . or Mrs. Clarence Ferguson. totabSSriwirrtSS s I j- - mk i MSTORI& "OR FLETCHER S txelm Ire mo4e school in Piao.Tolce, Violin. OrjaD.'CeHo. Poblla Bcbool Music. Tbeorx. Hr jnoay. Laarnages. classes la History ot Motla. Est embla PUjlns 134 Eljbt BevilBi. both TQC&lajut terser raa mr ironiM itsKsi. ArtUtand uudmt reeKal adTaatacec. toe girls. Trillion low. Kot Catalog adOrna i Oieu3ptejnber7tI. tt WWWIB KENTUCKY NEWS I tmtaqe5BHmt&msBum HaSlikwMfiacipHikUa .gayi it3m r,MTniaYijM CUT TO THE QUICK FOR BUSY READERS James Willis, Mt. Sterling, fell on n Ice covered porch, breaking his Jeff. A baby ooy was found abandoned In deep vault at Louisville. Gibson Garment Co., a new factory at Maysville, incorporates at $25,000. The William Eugene Page and Wayne Keelen, each 11 years, Paducah, were drowned while ekstiug. Frederick Bandamau. S6, who was one of the original seekers of gold in California in 1848, died at Ashland. Maysville Chamber of Commerce incorporates with E. T. Kirk as Fre-aecon-ricte- i new u& N. has let 25,000 depot at the contract for Jackson. nt d George Alexander, of Paris, the banker, was taken to Louisville for medical examination. Sheriff Payue, of Ulaybourne American ports and Europe, and Ernest Goble,- - 35, of Prestonburg, Sunlight, the chestnut from nervous dyspepsia. When was run down and killed by a train colt by oundridge, dam Spectrum, bred county, was in Cumberland Gap thereiore charge more reasonable multi-mi- ll at catlettsburg. in France by Clarence Maekay, pur- I read of the offers of ,, . with ouster papers, and rates. Capt. Robert Townsend, 81, one of chased by Kenneth Alexander for to divide their fortunes ionaires A world's wheat crop in I9I5 eswhile the facts as to what was Kentucky's prominent Masons, died at dropped dead at the Kentucky if they might be cured of this ter done could not be ascertained, it is timated at more than 4,ooo,ooo,-00- 0 Newport. Association course. He was insured rible distressful malady, I felt that thought a truce was agreed upon efforts are being made to establish for $7,500. bushels, an increase of I2 a branch of the Young Men's Christian oaarles Auderson was given sen- in this way they most aJoquently that will give the liquor people per cent, over i9l4 and an inAssociation at Maysville. tence in the workhouse aggregating told of their suffennS, aud I felt time to get their "wet" goods out crease of I3 per cent, over the .lames P. Pierce, former Judge and 45 days after a hearing in Police Court of the State Sheriff of Crittenden County, died at at Lexington in regard to his alleged too, that I would never bo cured, r average; a wheat crop Marion, aged 73. systematic fleecing of the charitably because I had no millions to offer. THE HABIT Oh TAKING COLD in the United States of i,oli,-505,00- 0 A loss of $2,000 was sustained when inclined public with a "deaf "I used all manner of remedies au.d dumb With many people tagiog cold bushels, an increase of the old parochial school of St. Pat- scheme. without avail. Even the strictest is a habit, but fortunately one that rick's caught Are at Louisville. i2r,ooo,ooo bushels over 19i4 and The resignation of the Rev. W. A. dieting did not help me materially is easy broken. Take a cold Mayor Park, of Elizabethtown, sold Hopkins from the church at Owlngs-villthe largest on record, and farmers five car loads of mules at top of the was granted by the Presbytery, Food of any kind was absolutely sponge bath every morning when in. January i9i6, realizing $1.25 a market at Atlanta. and his formal acceptance of the call repellant at most times. But you first get out of bed -- not ice The State Encampment of the G. A. as aushets for all they have to sell, assistant pastor of the First Presby- wurst of all, of couse, was thecon-stocold, but a temperature of about R. will be held in Lexington April 27 terian Church of Lexington was ratipresent a paradoxical situation, and 28. nerve strain. I had all af 9o degrees F. Also sleep with one which fied. your window up. Do this and only a great war, carproperty Shenandoah Hall, the fine Police are searching for a vandal the symptoms that dyspepsia yon will seldom take cold. When rying with it the dislocation of of Solomon Vanmeter, has been sold who irew a brick through a seconcauses headaches, backaches, and rou do take cold take Chamber overseas commerce, near Lexington for $175,000. could bring There were 600 refugees from the dary window of the home of Rev. G. pains in the kidney regios, nausea Iain's Cough Remedy and get rid A. Wahl, pastor of the United Brethren flood situation in Hickman, but so far of it as quickly as possibla. Ob about. no damage has been done to the levies. Church, Newport. Mr. Wahl has been dizziness, sleeplessness, bad taste One of the principal reasons lor tainable everywhere. The commission house of J. L. Cal- active in the crusade against keeping in my mouth, a coated tongue, the Allie's great expenditure of houn, Lexington, was destroyed by fire, saloons open on Sunday. forming of gass in my stomache "La.w. men and munitions and ships in The Glenmore Distilleries Company, "School with a total loss of $18,000. There are 233 high schools in Ken- of Owensboro, shortly will embark in and bloating, and I was in a genan effort to force the Dardinelles tucky, with a total enrollment of more the manufacture of alcohol for use in erally run down and thoroughly was to release the huge stores o) COMPLETE TWO YEAR COURSE, do- - i the distillation of liquid dyes. The nervous than 15,000 studenta. condition. rreeLLJi. 11th Ter opens Oct.3. Sc.J demand for dyes for coloring yarns wheat stored by Russia along the ondterm.Jan.S. Prepares for bars la A movement was put on foot by the "And then came the joyful sur- allstates. AccesstoZtconrtsandilargt kltrcrles, 8lf.help Bureu. Tnltlon city administration whereby Middles-bor- and all sorts of fabrics has been greatBlack Sea. Indications are that prise. After the first few doses "jllrpayufc.e.ForFREEcaUlomeana of will build and operate Its own ly increased by the European war. UxH Onotone Etching Great Britain and Europe for a rLomaj Jetferson ready to frame, write . Anse Hardcastle, a farmer of Alva-to- of Tanlac I was benefited. Now electric plant ElilOTT PENNEBAKER, Sec'y, Loturillt, K long time limited their purchases E. S. Helburn, former Mayor of vicinity, near Bowling Green, went was acquitted on the charge up in his barn loft and stepped on I am back to a normal conditien. in this country in expectation of The old black cook of a Southof killing Alt Farmer to save his some loose planks and fell a distance nerves quieted, restful sleep, and obtaining supplies from Russia. if ten or twelve feet on some sills, good food digesting as it should, ern family was horrified to fii d friend. And later on, when it whs seen The body of Boone Allen, who was iis right shoulder was dislocated and and of course, I am gairaing that one of the young negroes, that the opening of the Dardimysteriously murdered in Memphis i deep gash cut over his right eye. employed as a helper in the kitchwas, buried at his former home at A cablegram received from Lieuten- strength daily. nelles was a hopeless task, they Lowes, near Mayfield. ant Lindsay Jones, son of Captain and "My husband, who has seen en had been caught stealing. pinned their faith on replenishing T)r. T. M. Righter, of Cynthiana, had Mrs. John G. Jones, of Winchester, don't believe in steahn'." a narrow escape from death when his who is en route to the Philippine Isl- the splendid effect of Tanlac on bins from the bumper crops said aunt Emmy. "I don't never their me. has also taken it. '' automobile collided with L. N. freight ands, announces his safety. Argentine and Australia.'.These f It was train. Tanlac, that inspiied this in- take nothin' 'cept its somethin' factors, however, feared he had taken passage on the ill" undoubtedly Alex Carpenter and OHIe Stamper fated Persia, which was sunk by an tensely interesting story, big in to eat or somethin' to wear or have enabled sawed tneir way out of the jail at Austrian submarine. them to buy more importance to men and women somethin' "what 1 thinks the mis- advantageously in this country. Morehead, Rowan County, one chargA movement is on foot for the buildsus don't want or somethin' de ed with forgery and the other robbery. ing of a fine roadway from Benham, everywhere now is being introBut, now, the, cards are on the taWork on Government Dam No. 33 in in up duced in Mount Vernon at old boss has got too blind to ble, and they are paying the price the Ohio River at Maysvi.le has been the miss. suspended for the next, two mnn he Creek They are dependent upon us. section of Wise Onimtv v, at the drugstore of Chas.C. Davis due to weather conditions. can also be obtained at Livingston Wise County, Va., will build half the In the first eleven months ot CHAMBERLAIN'S Dr. Raymond McMillan, Danville, road, while the Kentucky end will be at the Central Drug Co., and at was elected Vice President of the Blue 19I5 exports of Wheat from this John Robin's Drugstore, Brod- - REMEDY MOST EFFECTUAL "grass Dental Association at meeting in built with the aid of road bonds. , On complaint of grocers who were' head, Ky. "I have I taken a great many country had a value of $477,423,-7goLexington. an increase of 15 per cent, bottles of Chamberlain's Cough Refugees at Ashbysburg are suffer- compelled to keep their places closed on Sunday, the proprietors of Remedy and every ttme it has over the corresponding period of ing from lack of provisions and foot sevehra as well as from the blizzard and high fruit stands in Lexington have been cured me. 1 have found it most 19 14, and there has been no let-u- p FOR FLETCHER';': arrested. It is alleged that they viowater. effectual for a hacking cough and in the outgo during the past six Mrs. Honora Wise, near St John'i lated city ordinances by selling canned for colds, After taking it a cough weeks. Ocean tonange is on the Hardin County, celebrated her on' goods, cheese, pickles and the like or always disappears," writes J. R. hundredth anniversary of her birth Sunday. Moore, Lost Valley, Ua. Obtain decline, despite the great efforts A bill intended to reduce the price fOR FLETCHER'S with five generations present. ol the ship builders of the world, ed everywhere. Dr. Kastle, of the State Experiment of gasoline was Introduced today by Representative Johnson, of Kentucky. and it is not likely to show an lnj Station, will give Elizabethtown ar periment station if the ground is It proposes that whenever the first crease as long as the war lasts. vendor sells a gallon of gasoline at a jovided. With the acreage sown to win Ten Broeck Tyre Co., Lou!sviH price as high as 15 cents he shall pay a tax of $1.00 for each gallon and an ter wneat in tnis country 15 per plant filling large foreign orders, wa visited by flames and greatly damaged additional tax of a dollar a gallon cent, smaller than a year ago and for each cent above that figure. Fire's origin Is to be probed. with the hazards of winter and The State Agricultural Department President Wilson will be invited u spring and other uncertainties visit Louisyille during his 'proposec" received a report from the Bourbon tour of the Middle West in connectior Stock Yards,- of LoulBville, that a quar until harvest to be taken into conwith his campaign on behalf of i antlne had been laid there against the sideration, and with the foreign policy of preparedness. State of Illinois on account of a sus demand, it would appear that betJ. JB. Grayum and W. D. Jacksor pected case of "foot and mouth" dis both claim to be City Marshal of Win ease. The stock yards today received ter than dollar wheat had come to go. A suit has been filed by J. B a shipment of hogs from Illinois, stay, for a season more at least. foui Grayum, who claims he was elected of which had bad feet. two years ago. IV. Arthur Mills, who was sentenced to THE SHOCK WAS FATAL Freight traffic on the Knoxville di one year in the Eddyville prison foi vision of the L. & N. has increased tf housebreaking, believes the use of opi"A Fellow dropped into the ofsuch a point that it has been neces ates responsible for the crime he comaary to aad a large number of tele mitted. fice the other day and ordered Commonwealth's 21 Attornej M graph operators. Jack Fisher will recommend that he the paper, and we were glad. The County Board of Equalization be paroled by the State Board of Said it was worth the money to $13-0- 0 after being in session for ten days a on Commissioners as soon as he Prisshal. aliy man of intelligence and we ranklln, raised property to th have been cured of the drug habit. 31 amount of $127,448, and lowered prop were tickled. Said it was the Frederick Berry, 38, a painter, and erty to the amount of $20,564. his wife, of Lexington, from whom he mainstay of the town, and we Two young Mexicans were shot t had been separated for about three were supertickled. Said it was death at Juarez, Mexico, by a Cai years, were found dead in bed In a ranza firing squad for the murder o room the greatest booster and the most of Mrs. J. T. Bohannon's hoard. O." .Bert L. Akers, an American ranchei Ing house. reliable townbuilder and developIt is believed that death formerly of Horse Cave, Ky. was due to poisoning, and their stomer in this whole C community, and Mrs. Lula Moore Hume, assistan matron of the Kentucky Children': achs were taken to Kentucky State we yelled with joy. Paid for his University chemists for analysis. Home at Louisville, died of pneumonk ipaper, and we slid gently to the The Ohio River steamer Bowling and her body was taken to Paris, he. Green sunk at the docks at Evansville, floor in blissful unconsciousness. former home, for burial. " Samuel V. Kelley, of Louisville Ind. There were a number of pasNature had reached its limit." who was badly Injured in a rallroat sengers on board at the time, but all , . Ex. accident at Hatton, will be compelle were saved. The boat had been in - between Evansville to have his left leg amputated abovj serviceand Bowling Green, Ky., for a number of years the knee. : The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs and was used as an excursion steamer Harry Hill, Paris, smothered to death to Mammota Cave. having slipped down under the ebven Miss Amy Radclyffe, Winchester, Bub- Vick-'Salve well during the night while sleeping tells of a great honor that as beoxer the throat and chesft for a few minstowed on her uncle, Edward Revel! others in the same bed. utes thencoverwithawarmflgnnelcloth. Fires have been started under say Radclyfle, of London, England, by King Leate the covering loose' around the neck George. Mr. Radclyffe retired as head bo that thesoothing medicated vapors ariseral boilers of the big furnace of of ine King's private banking house, ing may loosen the choking phlegm and Iron. Coal Coke Co. at Mli ease the difficult breathing. One applicadlesboro and 150 men are working. I and he presented Mr. Radclyffe with tion at bedtime insures against a night has been eight years since the furnac-.fca- a beautiful pin with His Majesty's monogram and studded with pearls attack. 25c, 50c, or $1.00. At druggists. ' been operated and diamond!. two-year-oto-da- FEEDING FUROPK John Jewell, Nicnolasville, has Bold SHERIFF COMBS TO OUST IiN his farm of 228 acres to Wilmore TERrtTATE LIQUOR Exports of breadstuffs and College for $35,000. The farm HOUSES meats from the United States, as will be used as the site for a dairy plant for the boys who desire to work well as mauuf&dture and muniDecision Expected their way through college. She Knocvs Why Multi-Millio- n tions of war, are limited only r7 Stop Cumberland Gap Soldiers plunge into burning homes jams Offer to Divide Fortunes. lack of vessels. Between 8,000,000 at Ft Thomas and rescued children after wrapping them in blankets, to and il;ooo,6oobu. wneat a week To be a sufferer f roui nervous protect them from the cold; they carMrdclesboro, Jan. 24. Itseems are leaving ".American ports for ried furniture out of the houses and dyspepsia for ten years, and to just a matter of a few days unul Great Britian and the European aided civilians in fighting the fire. bear all the tortures, mental and seven mail order whiskey countries which can be reached Townspeople of Oneida, Clay County, physical, that this all too common the have taken loyal care of all of the boys houses doing an interstate mail a :d in addition large amounts of burned out in the fire which destroyed ailment brings, and then to find from Cumberland corn and oats and meats are bethe boys' dormitory at Oneida Insti- relief almost over night, is like order busiuess tute and plana are being made to hold having a hapdy dream come true. Gap, Tenn., wiU have to close. ing sent to those countries. How them all and others who may come. ever, the lack of vessels in itself But this was the delightful ex- Action was immediately taken upThe past few weeks in the Perry from on the decision of Judge John E. is a stimulus to the out-gCounty Court have been taken up al- perience of Mrs. Margaret Hunter McCall, which was rendered in this country. Argentine, Ausmost entirely with the trial of whis- of 40 Eighteenth street, Newport, exkey cases, indictments for the sale of ivy. Mrs. hunter, the wife of a Memphis, Tenn., last week that tralia and India have large whiskey or having it in possession for liquor could not be shipped into portable surpluses of wheat and well known and highly successful the purpose of sale. the State of Tennesse e for the ex- corn, but the lack of vessels and Bert Akers, of Horse Cave, was kill- real estate dealer in the Kentucky deed by Mexicans near the Texas line, city, recently told of the long press purpose of being shipt out exorbitant rates divert the mand to this country. Because again, and that liquor could be according to messages received by his hoped for change in her life. father. He left Kentucky seven years "For ten years." explained shipped only one way and one of the shorter distances vessels ago for Texas. He is survived by can make more trips between widow and three children. Mrs. Hunter,. "I have suffered time into "dry" territory. Ash-bury Woman's Dream is True at Last Federal to Traffic KiUHO HslQIBJ af? - I Uli fr For Infanta and Child:. TU Mothers Know Genuine Caste, o ggSffii 8-..iiess Always ".SSSS Bears the ! SiDmatriTft llfiomita'lHfcsamawgJ TfliijildnenorJBDCB- o rvr &HW fcKfrfc NAB.um- - I 01 M Vvv In flKRrJaW7W'flaa JamiiKSKA JtoitHtSitS' xvVjtf U35.'! MCRS tiiw.ry vbU-rd- jsa.' KrmSml- - y $6,-60- 0, J22 SJ 3 twn.iourw-- .ATdBiyfbrO;; TYoims,iev"-o T At j- m rrsHu...7. i loss o " - a v Jf JacSimikSilnatareri I 1 Use For Over five-yea- e m& R9rTr75Bil&iMB! :CVJ Exact Copy of Wrapper. ml m ss a? (&fMW. - cssta""-;- ; IJHB ssssSSSfXifiSM vewoR m m Thirty Years CASTORIA THE CSHTAUM tOMMNT, NCW YOU CITY. nt Jefferson The Man With Million A o uand--m- o n Mid-dlesbor- 'I -- Needs Vcleanbank, a strong bank, a the man with a progressive bank hundred cannot afford to do business with any other kind, The Peoples is seeking y OUT business and is prepared to care for it. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS i 'S? tZZg S Peoples Bank Eg COUGH Children Ox CASTO F Children Or?- m PKK j oo-- o ESiy eASTORIU WANTED i Clean, Strong The standing of a Bank is determined by the law under which it operates, and by the abiiity and character of its management. The conservative methods of this Bank, its record of 15 years of successful banking, and the courteous treatment extended to all, are its best - EITHER IRED OR WHITE TIMBER Delerd Along the L. & Auto SIpokes SIZES. 16 in, long, SPLIT HICKORY and Safe recommendations. YOJJR BUSINESS SOLICITED, 1 1 $5.00 per J 000 pieces x, per J000 pieces 2 x 3, J6 in. long, 3 x , J6 in. long, $16.00 per 1000 pieces Timber must be clear, of all defects. Our Mr. V. Jarrett will make inspections when notified. The Bank of Mt.Vernon MT. VERNON, KY. PL, ijfifi Yours Very Truly, STANDARD W5HEEL CO. By John F. Fisher, M gr. &G$3&?&3 3& How to Treat s ."Vftp-O-Rub- " HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE Afttr Fmt Ynts Croup Externally witr-thte- JONAS McKENZIE THE OLD RELIABLE OvcW Atfcck Gm I had gotten so weak I could not stand, C?Jitit,IIri. to Ctfrotf, and I gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardiri, the woman's tonic, and I com- s , J.C.MGLRY flaL LaWaat Lav aat.LL faLs BETHURUM& LEWIS Attorneys at Law Will practice In all the Courts Offices in Bethurum Bldg. eafoieb3eOG$ IC3l.&XXX A good line of Hy.- -In General Merchandise $&c&oyc& For Sale: UMDERTAKER and EMBALMEB tion. One Town Lot, 50x200 Jfeet in the Sparks addi- AJsdjirgood.young mare. STANFORD..KY. ' Fred Baker, Farm Implements ;Dc$Did8 ; TO CURE CHILDREN'S COLDS Keep, child, dry, clothe comfortable, avoid esposure andjgive It is Dr. Bell's pleasant, 'soothing, ranticeptic, rflfaes phlegm and" reduces Tne first dose gives relief, ctlnued treatment with illproper care will avoirF-seriouness or aTbffg coldT "Don't 'delay trpatimwii. TVirfclet vonr child suffer, Get a bbttlifo ay. Pine-Tar-Honey. from despair. Try "1 suffered for four troubles, doa't give up yeanvwUi woraMty troubles, and durisg Cardui, the womaa's tonic It has helped this Saw, t could only sit up for a little more than a mOltoa womea, ia its 50 comM. mot walk anywhere at years of coatinuous success, aad should wide, aH. Attwtt, I would have wcrretc pates surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Caraui for years. He kaows what faayleJtslfe The doctor wftc cafe to.ad his trcat- - it wB do. Ask him. He wiM recom-attat- it. BegiataldagCardai today. relievt e for jLwhfe.butlw Ms ptace, write as loliows: dose, I could tell it was helpiag me. I can aow wallc two aUes without its an Interesting letter tiring me, aad am dokg all my work." If you are all rua dowa from wonanly Mrs. Bettie Bullock Rec. menced taking H. From tne very first k mfla-matio- n. a4 s -- Mt Vernon, Ky sistonBr. 2DC BeA'sirie-Talr-Hbhej- p $&$x$p i at Druggists. ;iaeat confiaad to my bed again. M Mom wt,MthiacNMMi tado Alter ae any goad. Ox. Chattaarmf. Tcanj far Sfteial lUtructienJMyovrcaM aad book. HoM TnatatMK far Warns," mm la afaia wTaaaar. Write Advisory M-p- af to: Det Chattanooga MeJlda La' Jg