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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 3M f $ft Published Every Friday volume xxix . try MT SUtnttttf VtfRN(W HOCKCASLE- COUNTY, KY., ERLDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1916 - Imiiui fttntfttf WWW gWfj " Established 1887 NUMBER 17 passenger conductors, on iously ill at this writing, and con-th- e through this section buying hogs L. & N., died Friday. siderablb doubt is entertained by Thursday. Poplar Grove school Withers Correspondent: Born those acquainted with her condi MNUARY 13 1888 OFFICE OF THE FISCAL COURT OF ROCKUAbTLE closed Wednesday with several '" (Delayed Letter) . COUNTY: 3 10 tne wite of H. J. Mnllins a son tion as to her rec-ver- v. Judee Sealrd proposals addressed to the Fiscal Born to the wife of Lee Middle-to- n present, and all reported a nice Liberty Langford Very low of Proctors Store, Correspondent: G. M. Ballard, County Attornej Court of Rockcastle V County for the construction of that part of on the 23, a girl, christened, time. Little Charles McWillams Will have a post office at thislplace E- R. Gentry, Squire Wm. Hurst the road leading to the fever' has been very sick but is some Laurel County line from Mt. Vernon, KyM between Mt. soon called Macon, (It was named and the State's surveyor, were I!a Lillian. There is a great deal T. T. Cress moved to Rulo. Vernon and of sickness in this neighborhood. better. J. J. Headrick sold four Livingston, Ky., inown as State Aid Road No. 78, will here Wednesday to take steps to be received j D. M. Cress is able to go to town Quail). . up to noon February 21st, 1916, and will be publicly Master Thomas Wallen visited head of cattle to J. Hill McMull-inW. A. Langford of Whitehall, make road improvements just opened and read Melvin W.IIen teaching singing of Wabd, for $150. Mrs. a w o cock,i n m . r.n o . j visited relatives at Langford Sta- south of town. Citizens along friends in Btrea from Saturday Mary McKinney's auu utile. ti. UU1S H,nn cnprlhraf .w.w Fv enhnn of tr:u SljIIIIIflt IIIIIIIMM. nnc r lUC t AIA Ji mother, who -"".uauuiayoe seen at the office of the Clerk of the Rockcastle J. F. WallinU on a tion. the road leading from town to P until Monday. Mrs. Ben Cum- has been suffering with the grip, business trip Conway County Court in Mt. Vernon, having been approved Lumber jCompany do E. Shivel's farm, claim that the mins died of pneumonia Sunday is slowly improving. Dr. W. T. by the Fiscal to Harlan. Court of Rockcastle County and the Commissioner ot ing1 an extensive bnsinpss. Re road is almost impassible, and She had been sick only, a few Francis will be at Walnut Giove Public Roads Bill Moberly killed 76 rattleand bids must be for the work done in accordace with Said cently purchased a new and larger that it is really dangerous in days. She leaves a husband and for a short time do plans and snakes in the to dental work -J stump of a hollow mill. .specifications. The road also a father, nine miles. places. Immediate steps will be three children, - Mrs. Alice Gastinau, who has tree he had cut down near ConBids will be received on the work as a whole, brothers and sisters to mourn the H. G. Sutton has our thanks taken to correct this trouble. or for each mile way. been sick for some time, is very separately Bids will also be received on grading and lor two subscriptions. Miss Mary Tyree returned home loss of a devoted companion and low. Virgil Brown was in Sommacadamizing ' ot said road separately, in the same divisions Mrs. Mary Conn, of Brodhead, Wildie: Dr. Benton is up and last week after spending several loving mother, wnose place can erset Monday on business. just set out. The said Fiscal Court reserves the right to reject any and all visited her daughter, Mrs. Helen about again. bids. months in Illinois with her sister. never be filled. Funeral services Brown at Mt. Vernon. Before contracts are binding on the first parties they Mrs. Martha Templin is quite were held at the church by Rev. DR. BELLS Miss Ella Ramsey will teach at must re- .. rw.axwi me commissioner ot Public Roads. Each 'bid School under the supervision of Fairview. sick with grip. W. D. Cummins J. G. Soward, after which the reFor your cnlds for your cough, murf be accompanied by cash or certified check, payable Miss Mollie Talbot opened at W. L. Langford bought the in- has been m the Quail section this mains were laid to rest by the for your feverish throat, nose and at sight to terest of M.N. Langford in the old week looking out a location, The side of the infant which preceded head, uee Dr Bell's euUnt treasurer for 5 Per cet. of the amount of Brodhead. he Drono,a ey. Honey soothes tho irritation, shal1 be held until the execution of the Rulo is situated five miles south home" place, at Langford station. National Hunt, which took p ace her only four days. Thejhusband Pine Tar cuts contract the phlegm, thus and two of the children were sick of Mt. Vernon on Skaggs creek. , near Lagrange, Ky., last season, relieving congestion. Pine Tar State of Ohio, City ot Toledo, quirederfarn?sh0nthf V"S rdedJ the suceessfnl bidder will be has six dwellings, one school1 was presented in moving picture at time of Mrs. Cummins death also acts as an anticeptic, as a Lucus County, ss. for t'e house, a church at the Carson. Wheeldon show and unable to attend the funeral. result general relief follows. and a blacksmith p1anfsTeStronfstheVVOrk ,n Frank J. Cheney makes oath last Tuesday night. School closed Tuesday January Breathing becomes shop. Inhabitants are all prohis. easier and fnr The house 25. that he is senior partner of the was filled The pupils attending regular- ther inflamation is arrested. Inmany were unable and and Uncle Johnny Gentry while eat firm vision of the ly made fine grades at end of the sist on Dr. Bell's of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing to get seats. Their regular night ing his lu&ch in a side room of By Order of the Fiscal Court of It is an ideal treatment. 'Price 20c. business Rockcastle County. Pagan's store, was bv oversight of county in the city of Toledo, is Saturday, but this play could term. The pupils of this school and state aforesaid, and only be secured at this time, and are very bright and interesting the proprietor, locked in, when that saidjirm Mt. Vernon, Ky., Feb. 7, 1916. will pay the sum of Mr. Fagan went to Mt. Vernon it moved to hpflrpt aiiriipnnp Mu,mren' una Sive promise 01 one The Signal, Clerk Rockcastle Fiscal Court. One Hundred Dollars for each and j day being an honor to the commu getter. The prisoner climbed out a back every Mt Vernon, Ky. case of catarrh that cannot nity in which they live. Most of . it window and had a jump often be cured by Dear Sin-- It the use of Hall's Cat - SFVERE COLDS QUICKLY the parents, however, are interfeet to reach the ground. may be of interest to the arrh Cure. F. J, Cheney. ested in the educational welfare CURED H. P. Broyles teaching subSignal to know that the writer is Sworn to before me and sub"On December first I had a of their children. But one thing scription school at Plato. very severe cold or attack ot the is lacking on the part of the par- the owner of an old Cremona vio scribed in my presencs, this 6tn rin as it may be. and was nearlv ents here as well as in other lin. This violin was made some Thirty four additions to the day of December A. D. 1886. photograph of down sick in bed," writes O. J church at Line Creek. "A. W. Gleason, Metcalf, weatherby, Mo. "I places, they do not encourage the 240 years ago by Nicolaus Ama-tiu- s, an Italian violin maker, and a Mrs. James Houk visited her Corset and she is comfortable (Seal) teacher as they shouid. It takes Notary Public. Bought two bottles of Chamberhas within it the following Latin daughter, Mrs. Nannie ,C. Al Hull's Catarrh Cure is Jtaken in- lain's Cough Remedy and it was more than the teacher to have sucyou can see because bright, at Freedom. ternally and acts thru the blood only a few days until I wrs com- cessful schools. If auy one on inscription- - "Nicolaus Amatius Mrs. R. L. Myers his returned on the mucous surfaces of the sys pletely restored to health I firm earth needs encouragement, it is Hieronimi Filii Antoni Nepos "jL 'jh. i to her home at Pleasant Valley tern. Send for testimonials free ly believe that Chamberlain'? the teacher. No one only those fecit in Cremonem A. D. 1676." -A iK, w Wl 4 Cough Remedy By some authorities Amatius very (Cqye, from ajvilit to IJbuisville. , F. JChenev & Co., Toledo, O oest medicines is one of the know who have experienced teaching Pi"-" rhVLive Model Corset " Sold By all druggists, 75a ' and will is considered the maker of the S H. Martinsold-W- . ,K-- . o Hall'sFamily Pills forconstipatioi what to do when I have anothei knows how much a word of praise world's best violins, while by othBack lace and FrantLcf. ora visit from the parent, helps 3old. Obtainable everywhere. bundles oats 'ft?$2'pt a1 Ws designed-an- d and encourages the teacher. Par ers, his son; the maker of the hundred. fitted Tn 'Stradivarius," is claimed as J. L. Hardin is tfilpornnViino- af. every position Graded School Items. ents, if you have any flowers for champion. However this may the sitting, (I) be, us, give them while we're h'ving, Sinks. reclining, standing, bendit is a well known fact amone ing and walking 97 models don't save them lor our coffin lids. James Sambrook, Champ Mull are used, representing every gORN to the wife of J, J. Painter, to The public is cordially invited and if you have a wcrd of praise proficient violinist that the Creins, Dr. Jennings and John Mull- attend the spe.cial programs lor s last week, a girl. figure type, to insure mona possesses that rare beauty, Miley say it while we can hear. ins attended court at Mt. Vernon Chapel which are as follows: comfort and u'niost in style Hawkins, after visiting home tenderness and volume of tone Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bethurum under all conditions. If you Feb. 11, Miss Stewart. no other make holds, and in Hood & Randolph bought all the folks at Lebanon Junction for a sit a great deal as in sewing, are with D. P. Bethurum who is that Feb. 18 Washington Program few days, returned to his work at the hands of a master it is capawriting or automobiling, and land and property on south side very sick. want a real easy corset Feb. 25 Brother Young you Clark's restaurant last week. ble of holding whole audiences of river belonging to Livingston should wear KABO. March 3 J. S. Irvine spell-bounDr G. B. Lawrence, of Level To the Famous Old OR A BILLIOUa ATTACK. Coal Company. March 10 -- Mr. Felix Bowman Green, was here last week to see a violin has no value When you have a severe bead-ach- e, Master such Lime Club at Livingston They are $1.00, $1.50, Jr M. Adams, who is in failing March 17 St. Patrick's Day accompained by a coated in dollars and cents but for comwith Tink Anderson $2 00 and up to $5.00 all health. Dr. W. B. O'Bannon, of Program. jngue, loathing of tood, constipa-.1- , mercial convenience they range in ::j: president, and John Walton secretorpid liver, vomiting ofpsrt- - price from $5000 to $75000. March24 Mr. E. R.Gentry guaranteed not to rut, Stanford, was here last Friday to tary. digested food and then bile, March 31 Musical Program by break or tear. IWUitlUil' According to tradition this vioyou may know that you have a George Gentry and wife were see Uncle Tom Frith, iu consulta-ti- School. CORSET with Dr. W. F. Carter, severe billious attack. While you lin has been in the Bryant family guests of F. M. Bloomer one day April 7 Judge Bet'iurum Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Lawrence have may be auite sick there is much since the Revolutionary War; tak- last week. April 14 Miss Stewart consolation in knowing that rebel en, it is claimed, Irom a Royal Micajah McKenzieand wife vis- moved from the property recently April 21 Music by Langdon nay be had bv taking three of prisoner. It is in an excellent M ited friends and relatives in Pu- purchased by O. T. Riddle, from School They .tat - of nrrvatinn. Chamberlain's Tablets W. H. Lynch to the. rooms over -- . ..-. r Logan -. laski last week. are prompt and effectual. Ob April 28 Mr. J. W. Brown MiV Lawrenc2's store. J. Thos D. Bryant. ainable everywhere. . Jasper Francisco sold A. T. Cherry, of Crab Orchard, was May 5 Brother Yonng -Thompson ten head of stock hogs here May 12 Mr. J. S. Irvine. last Friday a few hours on at 3 cents. Those who made the Star Roll Jtfftrson School Law. business. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ben Mumps raging tn Kirby's store Pike, now living in the Mt. Vernon Graded Shool in Detroit, Mirh . pj locality. Ben Bradley's children who vwreTrn! sold their house and lot near for the filth month are: Mary fur wt rvwroert See 3 Disputanta correspondent says: the Methodist Langford, Klla Mae McKenzie, have hooping cough, are slowly An4 Ta Kaa) Ilk 0AaaV AA church here, to his hat kind of argument can you Access toMconrtiadJIri "We are looking for another wed brother, Bureau. Taittoa libraries put up against Arthur Thompson, Lillian Griffin, improving. Mrs. Virgil Brown's tlUtatea. John Pike, for'$425.oo. uU7PTata.For'HScateletnaod ding soon, the same fellow who Mr. Mrs. A. J. Hsmm, is very TLomu JeSStm 4ywwua fr&ma. wrlta UAiiwuv eraoa and Mrs. J. E. Wullin were Rosa Gentry, Nora Orton, Beitha mother, tat ta got pig bit some time since." (Lets the ideal baby medicine. Now M. E. Burton, of Plato, was ElitOTT FDHBAiat, Stij, Lwirilb.-- I De Board. Hatfe Parrett Edna Da-i- s sick. in Crab Orchard, Saturday. mothers, you of see, it wasn't Henry Wood that "-- .. and Clara Traub. Those who C r Gobel, the youngest son of Rev. it,, ana the same things got worsted by a shoat was it?) can uc 8am or many, manv nnde the Honor Roll are: Syd- and Mrs. A. J. Pike, has a seriou other James Miller was attacked by attack of pneumoni?..- - His con HyuCrawford, Ruth Landrum, n am e 1 v two wildcats. Jim's yells attract dition is slightly improved at pres Verna Welch. Hiatt Crawford, N (VJ ed his neighbor's dogs which came ent. Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Rich Willie Davis, Maggie Livesav. By to his rescue. ards, of Mt. Vernon, were hert ron Webb, Marguerite Welch, El James J. White, Sheriff, adver Saturday and Sunday on account In Mae Coffey, Maggie Jones, Ida M gredients are released intheform of vapors. Try the M Treatment Re These SOOthin?. mpdinatixl tises land for taxe.-- . . the system vonnri MAW ; U" of the serious illness of her aunt Hamlin. Edith Adams, Christine jj " and blood purifier. lieve by Inhalation and Absorp haled all night long through ihuviu passa: the air Dr. Grant, of Lancaster, is in Mrs. Richards has been Davis, Ruby Cooper, Annette here dur ges to the lungs, loosening the phlegm, tion. No Stomach Dosing. ?ox, Wilburn Miller.Fay McClure town. soothing the inflamed membrane, and aidtngthe week. J. F Watson and No need to disturb your stomach with ing the body M Maude Adams, internal medicines for these troubles. ing germs. cells to drive out the invadJ. J. Williams, of Stanford, was Mildred Robins were with tin lesse DeBord, m here Monday and Tuesday bus- - family ot F. L. " Salve, combines by addition. Vuk' on Durham in Mt. Smil Webb, Austin Staverson, Vick's process Menthol. Thvmol. TTiien-a- Inpores, reducing u ahanrVA t...r. the medicine that has done more to special the th inflimmiKm. a Eliza Langford, Bradley Mullins, lyptol, Camphor strenthpn,. nes5. Vernon.Sunday. Frank B Ward, and PineTar, so that when taking out that tightness and 5 weak than .nearlv Mil Isp nrtr, soreness.. u. t N M. Shumate was in town assistant agent for the L.& N. at Jack Crawford Charley Hendrick applied to tne neat ot the body, these in .coi:, ow, or ?j..uu: At all drurist pi! against such high.class ardoles bv Wednesday. Junction City, was with home son, Lillian Cox. John Carmicil knows the least of their ralue. "Call and LtuS Jasper Rickels has rented the folks the first of the week. Mrs. Walter Bradley, Katherine Welch, show yoa what they have done for Joe Joplin farm for another year. J. J. Albright and little son, Mack, Fannie McFerron7 William LanNate Evans returned from Ohio were with her .parents, Mr. and drum, Nina Cox, Gladys Ping, m and resumed telegraphing nights Mrs J. J. McCall. Saturdav and Stephen ProStor and Henry Nice-le- y. Sunday, at Maretburg. Dr. and m at depot. F. L. Thompson has bought the Mrs.- - W F. Carter, of this city, TOILET v interest of his brother, J. J. in accompanied by Mrs. W. H. I their store. Owens, of near Conway, were in 11 for iB&ats and Children, Louisville, Monday. Mrs Owens, MM Miss Maggie Reynolds, Mrs'. YnHiyi Always Bwght Tin Tooth Paste, Violet Talcum. Cold Cream and IHjjg Mmm will remain in Polly Martin and Mrs Mary Free- who isjin "VVVlHBBEDSaBaHiHflSScsfeBBfV1 other Toilet Articles have delighted thousands Bears the "? man paid this office a call Tues- Louisville several days for treatSignature of and will satisfy yon. ment. An auut of A. T. Furnish, ZZ day. t " who makes her home with him. is J. W. Nesbitt working twehtv fi j. ... .. - ... -- :. y uve 1 uauus ac moutn vof Skaggs quite sick, and her recovery is .JCIATICA'S PIERCING PAINS Our line of Couch Caskets! creeK getting out er pjuci.cu vcij uuuuuui. uarr To kill the nerve pains of sciaf--1 stavft. rt nn DDX. 3b 10 ji.uu per r gleton was in Mt. Vernon. icayou can always depend on rnt James Griffiu has secured a is unexcelid Monday. Miss Judith McCall, of Sloan's Lineament. It penetrates Hand-mad- e sition with the Lvnchfcfurg Tobac1 jrLf 'We are furnishing Coffins furnished this Maretburg, entered school here to the seat of pain and brinsrs co Company of Virginia. free samples of Vlwl PC OALVtweek O ease as soon as it is applied. A Hearse sent, .to all parts o ' CALL AMD PET YOUW. td I iVny tvWcI vl W tWC"w C. W. Adams lost his money during the week. - Mrs. O. W. grrat comfort too with Sloan's ; the County. which he loaned to a'SJfewartsyilie Turpin, who has been very low is that no rubbing: is required. All orders by Wire PromptlyfFilled Missouri bank, at a high rate 01 with grip for the past two weeks, Sloan's Lineament is invaluable Z4 is thought to be some better. for stopping muscular or nerve interest. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hiatt. of pain of onv kind. Try it at once Miss Alice Bethurumrand Mrs. if you suffer with rheumatism. . '.x Lee Carter paid'Tthis office a iMO' rQuail, were the guests of Mr. and lumbago, . Phone 94-- S sore ' throat, pains in m r. VERisroNf-KMrs. A. M. miatt, and Mr. and St Xrr ant call today. ' ,"L Drains, bruises, etc. It is chest, s Mrs. Ben Riddle, the first of the excellent for neuralgia aud .beadt; Jim Brown, one ofthe most week. Mrs. Wm: Potts is ser- - ache. 250 at all druggists. 'I V ADVERTISEMENT FORBIDS iTbivib SIGNAL popu'ar Meiretbiiirg- - -- oa -- Vp ......... 1 PINE-TAR-HONE- Y Pine-Tar-H- on tnr KABO thir "" M " ii Pine-Tar-Hon- ey S. F. BOWMAN. Heis factual Sitting Comfortably that it's a modern - ITp It Vfejji4ri, -- KABO Ches-nut'ioo- Ti - ISrGlkGid all-da- y -- d. leor-ganize- d, KABO u SUTTON & McBEE 0 NOTICE viuoj H1LVA ftc'5T?TVT,rai Mmm w WeilpiLal rev sf AVPM V MW Pnr F'eparations VI OL the great reconstructive tonic, TAN LAC builder u FELLOW'S p SYRUP i i i i i Selt-bel- p fcvaAtAJB w Bothered by Catarrh, Bronchitis, Asthma, Head or Chest Colds? "Vap-O-Rub" w n "Vap-O-Rub- soJoZt wcxisrwwimsaiffl M.tiMmmwiMMtMii Leadmg Druggist. Mt. Vernon. Ky. CASTOR A m iuiiiiiM.tti.Mtii'tr.itiit,.riiti,u,ii F..I-U'I -- h, UfiDBBTAKBB &&& .$.. LUUIY . IUI Articles 3 - I NUNNALLT'SCriocoTates . -- W. A, COX 'sr X -- Pioneer STORE DRUG Phone 87 CHAS.L, DAVIS -- . s &H . , - - MTV VERNON SIGNAL .vj ; Fxidav, Fab. ,,. ...i, ., ...,.,. 11, 1916 . Publislud cvcty Friday T by S. ALBRIGHT, ONE YEAR WAR WITH MEXICO .. t,. .1.3 ULLKZ Very Much Debated Question but ' Ever) body Is- -a . ornamentals, etc., tn ctTintlv ..... - rilass. h'ffh c? , fitst . . r, arade. - state in.snected.. fruit fcr es. berrr plants grape vines, . 4 iv We are.;iocateci in tne very nearc or stocK of vour time ;ind be convinced that we are offering you the greatest bargains, you w.ere everoftered thearea.it.covers. of the world Bealon Count v, Arkansas, bears the distinction- of having more acres in fruit than any place in the whole world tor nurseryman, a man Our tree are propagated from who has been on this job mora - They are first-clasThey are grown by ai expert in every respect Guaranteed the finest varities of fru ts and healthiest trees grown move for Snrme planting or go on fhe'bruSh plleand be burned. Below are the varieties we are offering and the prices cut half into than a quarter of a century. This stock must in LJICVO ID K..TT tfc V rf Kot-Vsarepfli- na Agrees That The -- uu.--u s v. u .a .- --- -- s .'' 1210 146U BEHTOM COUNTY NURSERY ,..-- CD., Rogers, Arkansas us tun xu mutes for Spring"planiing. , Give tw i T.t-- f" and up UBSCRIPTION $I.O Apples In Q Advertising rates maae know en application MEMBER OF KENTUGKY UU el 1 to 50 50 to 500 'Was 12c now Oc Was 20c now 10c Was 25c now 12c 500 and up to 3 ft. was 16c now 8c 3 to 4 ft. was 20c now 12c 4 to 0 ft. vras 30c now 15c Was 6c now 4c 8c VaslOcnow 10c Woe 20c now Early Ozark, Eureka Ever Bearing sorts. 100, 'l 00; $10.00 per 1000. Graces, in lots of 1 to 50. was 15c, .now 10c; 50 to 500, Wrfs 10c now 6c; 500 and up, was 6c Moore's Early, Catawba, Connow 4c, cord,. Niagara. ... Cherries In Lets Pears 500 and up In Lits ol 2100 if 1 18 50 now 25c 3 to 4 ft. was SOc PRESS ASSOCIATION AbHrvV A HORRIBLE CONDITION FOR time immemorial the liquor interests have had absolute sway in the counties of Kenton and Campbell. The liquor people and their friends have controlled the elections and elevated to oflice with very few ' exceptions only such men as were under obligation to them and upon whom they could safely depend to be protected in their open &nd defiant dis regard of the law in the conduct 7C00 30 '0 of their business. The offices that have to do with the enforcement of the law are and have in almost every instance been filled by men owned ana controlled by the liq 2100 9000 8500 6000 7500 2500 375 GOO 6400 1250 1700 2150 3200 750 3450 6150 " 900 240 350 1400 2175 700 9125 7000 12000 4000 3275 15000 7800 S000 ?0000 14600 12500 Henry Clay Yellow Transparent Early Harvest - Liveland- Raspberry Wilson Red June Stribbling June Maiden Blush Erly sninmcr Very early Very early Very early Early summer Peaches -- 1900 725 264 Ue ouse Earlv Richmond Montmorency 50 tfl 500 Was 40c now 20c 1 to 50 K'o Was 20c now 10c Eighth lorlla Ver Early Farl Mid Season Lati Eml id 3 to 4 ft. was 30c now 15c 4 to O It. was oOc now 26c nee 50 to 500 Was 25c now 12c Wai 40c n jw 20c 500 Was 2 Oc now 10c Was 30c now 13c In Lots oil to 50 50 to 500 Was 12c now ee Was 16c now 3c Was 20c now luc S00 and up Was 8c now 4c Was 12c now Oc WualOcnowoc v. was 16c now 7c 3 to ft. wa 20cnow lOc " Red Astrachan Horse Apples Summer Queen Early summer Early summer Late summer Late summer Late cummer Late summer Imperial Ram bo Eall Winesap Wealthy Rusty Coats Grimes Golden Rome Beauty . Jonothan Shannon Pippin Early fall Early fall Early winter x&rly winter Early winter Early winter Late winter Faily fall Yellow Newton Pippin Delicious Gano Ben Davis Stay man Winesap Mammoth Black Twig Shockley Limbertwigs Arkansas Black Ingram Huntsman Favorite Baldwin Missouri Pippin uor interests and to whom the oath of office means nothing when everund wherever it conflicts with the vicious business of their master. In a judicial proceeding befoie the Judge of the Criminal Divis ion of the Kenton Circuit Court, a few weeks ago, instituted by the Attorney General of the State for the purpose of closing the saloons of Kenton County on Sunday, a most shocking condition was shown to exist. The County Judge, Sheriff and Deputy Slier iffs, Justice of the Peace, Police Judge and Policemen all went up on the witness stand and without even a blush, in a most shame less and disgusting manner, testi fied under oath that the saloons of the county were and had been, aslongaslhey could remember, running wide open on Sunday; tnat drunken men and women from Cincinnati, Ohio, and elsewhere thronged the streets and public places, engaged in the most boistrous and unseemly con duct, converting the city of Covington and county of Kenton into a veritable cess pool, without the slightest interference or molesta tion from any source. These officers publicly admitted that they cared nothing about their official oaths and were recreant in the discharge of tbeir official duties and were time and again applauded by the friends of the liquor traffic lor thus stultifying When a good citizeu or public official dares lift his voice to protest against these things, he is forthwith branded an enemy of the community and they make it their business to see that he is defeated in the event he is a candidate for a political office. Thank God that outraged decency, broken laws and violated oaths in these two counties have raised a hue and cry that has been caught up in almost every section of the State and will not down until the blighting and destructive influence of the liquor interests in 1100 300 Fananna York Imperial Golden Sweet Paradise, Sweet Florence Ciab Whitney Crab Late winter Late winter Late winter Late winter Late winter Late winter Late winter Late winter Late winter Late winter Lrte winter Late winter Late winter Late winter Summer Winter Early winter Early winter Very Early Semi nag Ver Earl Semi Ohng Rtd Bird 15000 Very Early Free Stone Greensboro 1250 Very Early cling fctoue Alexai der 800 Very Early ling Stone 1000 ; Sneed Very Early Free Sume 700 Eureka W addell Early, F rec fttonii 1500 Earl Free Stone Alton 500 Early Semi Cling 750 Mamie Ross . Early Free Stone , Carman 9000 Early Free Stone Champion 600 Early Free Stone 601' Arp Beauty 20QJ Early Free Stone Fitzgerald Mid Season Free Stone Belle of Ga. 1800 1250 Cra wford Early Mid. Season Free Stone Stump the World MidSeason Free Stone 7000 Old MixonCliug MidSeason tiling Stone 5G00 M id Season Free Stone Elberta 20000 Mountain Rose Mid Season Free Stone 2500 Mid Seaso i Cling Stone Health Cling 4600 Late Mid "Season Free Stone Crawford 5000 Irate "Free Stone Captain Ede 8000 Crosby Late Free Stone 2000 Late Cling Stoue 15CO0 Elberta Cling Gold Cust Late Cling Stone 9000 Late Cling Stone Salway 750 Late Fiee Stone Late Elberta 5000 Red Indian Late Cling Stone: 45 DO Late Cling Stone White English 10000 Cling Late Cling Stone Heath 7000 Late Cling Stone Henrietta 8500 2U00 20cnowizc Mayflower 840 1120 Lambert Windsor Sweet Cherries Black'lara an 3400 200 650 3500 1100 Buartlet lapps Favot'tt Anjou Summer Summer Summer b'all R.I1 n rT bunimei Garber's Fl. misli K. Keiffi-r'VVia ut w be. Late on 4000 70 Apricots, er .. I.i- U'n ier Plums In Piice, 3to4 It., was 25c, (j. lden. Superb, vlnorepark va-1- lac. Early Lrts.flti50 Wildgoose Abundance 50 ts 500, V. 500 Was and up now loo 3 to 4 ft. was 30c now 13c s2ocnow 975 1200 3200 2100 3000 640 975 1110 Rcdjune lie 2O3 Very Ear J, .Burbank Wixon Blue Damson Gold German Prunes Very Farly Early Early Late Late Early Rhubarb, Pe l n , wsi 10c, no 6- 0. Asparagus, n..u 5 . GwseberrieS, in lots ot 1 to 50, was 30c, now 15c; 50 to 500, was 15c, now 9cj Downing, HoughCurrants, Early Ornamental Plants Reses: ton Industry. was 10c, now 6c. Red Dutch, Fay's Prolific. Raspberries, in lots of I to 50, was oc, now 3c; 50 lo 500; was 4c, now 2c; 500 and up, was 3c. now 14c. Cumberland (Blk), Gregg (Blk), Miller (Red). Blackberries, in lots ot 1 to 50, was 5c, now 3c; 50 to 500, was 3o, now 24c. 500 was 24c. now Field grown; leading varities. Were 50c Karly now 25c. Tube Roses, bulbs 9c Cannas: All colors; were 20c, now i5c. Butterfly Busk, was 50c, now 25c. Ferns, were 50c, now 25c. Geraniuns, were 10c, now 5c. Sift Maples, 6 to 8 ft., was 35c, now 20c. Tttlip Ptplars, 6 to 8 ft., was 40c, now 20c. Canliia Pcplars, 6 to 8ft , was 25c, now 15c. Cal. PriYetts, 2 to 3 ft., was 6c, now 4c. Arbwritae, 2 to 3 ft., was S 60, now 45c. cereau, Rat n bun. Himalaya, was 10, now 6. Dewberries, lots 1 to 50, was 5c, now 3c; 50 to 500 was 3c, now 24; 500 up was 24c, now Austin, Improved, Lucretia. Juneberries, was 10c, now 5c. Loganberries, was 20c, now 9c. Qliinces. 3 to 4 ft., was 35c, now 15c. Harvest, bnyder, Kittatiny, Mer- - lc. lc. Orange. Mulberries, Champion, Strawberries By The Million 100 plants 90c; Mitckell 1000 S3 50; 10,000, S25 00 Excelsior, Klondyke Aroma 1 2500 4500 1100 1750 1700 Eirlr, to 2 Very Late Cling Stone Mid Season Free Stone , Latest of all MammottrOling Hale (Million Dollar Peach) Free Stone it. Hale and Early Elberta, were 45, now 20c Krummel Oct. Stenson Oct. Very -- Late-Free Ston Early Elberta 3 to 4 ft., was 30c, now 15c. New Everbearing, Russian. Japanese Persimen, 3 to 4 ft., was 50c, now 30c. Pecans, Send your order for Frost Proot Cabbage plant. Price Guaranteed. Mikado, Imperial. oaper sheli, budded or grafted. Stuart; Pabst, Schley, 2 to 3 ft., was 1.50 now 90c. All our stock has been inspected by the State '"Nursery Inspect or and foundno "be absolutely, free Jrora all insects "begings about March the 20th. Send in your order now. don't wait, as the tifsfin is first 'served. If we aie out of any. or'ekpress charges on orders amounting to 5 00 or more. We allow five per cont discount on all orders accompanied reach you in first class'.condition. iug this Ad tcli'us in what peper you saw it We guarantee every thing we ship-t- Our shipping season Ail stock is fumigated before leaving the Nursery. and diseases. varieties you ordermay we substitute with one as near it as possible? We pay. the freight with the cash. And remember bur GUARANTEE is, you must he satisfied. In answer Yours for Business, Mail us your order to-da- y Benton County Nursery Company, counties. Rogers, Ark.j The battle against corlawlessness and immoralruption, ity in these counties, while it may be somewhat prolonged, will in the end be successful. It behoves every person, regardless of where ho lives in the State to render a helping hand to the end that the day and the hour of triumph and right may not bo unnecessarily delayed. U. S. Fisheries Department Distribution 1312-19- 15. of Fish During Fiscal Yarg Totals , Fingerllngs, Yearlings and Adults. - - Rainbow Trout -- Biook Trout Rock Bass black Eass (Small Mouth) Black Bass (Laice Mouth) Bream Yellow Perch Cat Fish Carp Vollow 1912 14,670 5,350 21, 1C0 5,150 7,300 1913 15,800 3,809 1,850 12,700 29,417 13,600 3,300 2,500 2.2SQ 1914 18,000 "woo 1.100 29,732 4,l'fiS 4,800 2,200 450 1915 - 600 4)000 7,350 210,000 52.651 14,080 7,925 1,005 4,325 White Bass Eass 53,570 250 '"'V 07,270 80 49,070 7.800 20,950 244,900 116,950 31,868 23,325 4,505 8,805 250 380 450 509,253 Our Extra Special Combination Offer A Carefully Selected List of High Class Reading Matter that Will Appeal to Every Member of Your Family BnrrowersBeware! -- Totals S5.497 15 302,916 public life is destroyed, their s henchmen driven irom office and plunged into a disgraceful and perpetual oblivion. There are good people in these two many counties who sincerely deplore this condition. , They are not in any way responsible for i s exist ence and are bending every ener gy of body and mind in and bon est and fearless endeavor to stamp it out and purify the political and moral atmosphere in which they and their families live. They are fighting against odds. The enemy is numerically much stronger and thoroughly entrenched. This fact, however, does not dismay these noble citizens and the battle will be waged in love, but with a relentless determination, until this citadel of vice and corruption is taken and a. condition of right and decency established that will make these two counties a fit g and Godabode for fearing men, women and children It is to be hoped that those who are interested in the welfare of the State and residing elsewhere will not remain quiescent while this struggle is going on in God-lovintl-es-e Fry Distributed 1912-19Gophers and prairie dogs are the 1912 1912 1914 aiie of western farmers, while tu the 1915 2,400,000 Pike Perch 12,360,000 8,400,000 23,160,000 ast woodchucks are the type of bur...... "...-- . Black Bass (Small M.) ,75,000rowing animals that cause the tillers 75.000 ; . . . .;..;- Total Number Fry 23,235,000 of the soil to forget some of the things r. Total Number Fingerllngs, etc 509,253 the dominie tells them on Sundays. Don Leonardo Ruiz, a California Grand Total : 23,741,253 rancher, says "dynamite is the proper medicine to give ground squirrels, goDistribution of rish by Kentucky 'Commission During. Fall of 1914 and Up phers, prairie dogs, etc." To October 1, 1915. Take an inch and a half or two Specie 1914 1915 Totals inches of dynamite. Put Jt in a bit of Black Bass 5,295 5,295 cloth or several thicknesses of paper Crappie 6,272 6,272 to form a small round cartridge. Tie Bream 3,448 3,448 or paper firmly about one the cloth 30 Bull Head Cat 30 end of a piece of fuse twelve or four-ree3,400 Rock Bass 3,400 inches long, but do not use a cap. 5,073 channel Cat 6,672 11,745 Bream and Crappie. Insert one of these charges well into 7,366 7.366 8,000,000 8,000,000 the mouth of every hole and pack Pike Perch loose dirt around the fuse, leaving 8,473 Totals 8,029,083 8,037,556 enough of the end outside to light eas ily. Light the fuse and go on to the Total Distribution U. S. Government , 23,744 253 next hole. There will be no explosion 8',037556 Total Distribution Kentucky Game and Fish Com. There being no cap or other detonator, the dynamite will simply burn. Grand Total for Four Years 31,781,809 Oiling the hole with dense, poisonous fumes that will almost Instantly stifle The work of the Commission has a tected, saying it was useless to liber rnd then kill every living tiling inside real economic value. Tnere are 12,365 ate fish in waters not protected. S. their flow. Numerous irregularities miles of running streams in Kentucky, those states which had warden servcause them to meander about in ap- which under present conditions pro- ice and protected their streams go parently wasteful ways, and mun's duce considerably over one million dol- the bulk of the public distribution. Bu carelessness has added to these troulars worth of food fish each year, when Kentucky is coming into her own, as bles by allowing driftwood and loose figured at 10 cents per pound, which shown by the Government reports: earth to form dams and sandbars. could easily be doubled if the laws of All of these things help to hold the In 1912 there was liberated in Ken flood of waters back and cause either the state be enforced. tucky 2,453.570 live fish. flooding or swamps, which not only ocIf 1912 the game wardens captured cupy land that could be more profitably and destroyed 1,088 hoop and wing nets, In 1913 there was liberated in Kn used for farming, but also form fine 67 seines and traps, and tore out 32 tucky 160,497 live fisk. breeding places for mosquitoes and lams and fall traps. It is estimate'! In 1914 there was lihcrniiil in Keu other obnoxious pests. Incidentally they cause an annual loss running Into that one hoop net will take 1,000 tucky 12,427,270 live fish. pounds of fish a year, so the 1,088 nets millions of dollars per year. In 1915 there was liberated in Ken In this day of enlightenment such which were taken from less than 500 tucky 8,702,916 live "fish. . things are both wasteful, and, one uiles of streams represented 1088,000 might add, criminal, especially so in omuls of fish a year. The State Commission distributed view of the fact that almost instant The , United States '"Government, in 1914, 8,473 live:flBh. relief may be had by a few well placed trough its Fisheries Department, have In 1915 (this, spring) 8,029,083 Ht charges of dynamite. Not only will for distributing fish to the. va- - fish. these blasts straighten out the kinks ius states, but they have refused to and bends and remove ledges and Total number of live fish distrlbulod ant fish in territory that is not pro In Kentucky In 4yan- was Jl.781,801. sand bars, but they will deepen and improve the channels as nature has really Intended. Incidentally by straightening' the winding course of a creek much area of tillable land can be obVuz: tained and farm operation In many mode much easier 1912-191- 5 1914-191- 5 - le SIGNAL Here Is Our one year J Offend $1.00 .75 .50 .50 CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, weekly, THE HOUSEWIFE, monthly FARM & FIRESIDE, monthly WOMAN'S WORLD, monthly, year J yrar J year 1 year Regular Value Our Special Price, forallFive, Year GRAND OFFER is open to all, old and new THIS If you are at present a subscriber to any of the be extended. above send us yotir order and your time-wil-l Why not make home life really attractive by providing good literature that can be enjoyed by all tho family. We have especially prepared this combination to meet these requirements, and all at a price within reach of everyone desiring the very best Please remember our agreement with these publishers is limited and we reserve the right to withdraw this offer without further notice. Therefore, OUR MOTTO IS: "Take advantage now while the opportunity is offered you. We can conscientiously recommend this offer to all on'r readers, and feel satisfied you to send sample copies, but they will be mme than delighted with the investment. It is on display at our office. Call or mail orders to can be seen -- J $3.10 -J IJ MT. VERNON SIGNAL Carefully Treat Children's Colds Neglect of cluldren's colds often lays the foundation of serious lung trouble. On the other hand, it is harmful to continually dose delicate little stomachs with internal medicines or to keep the children always indoors. Plenty of fresh air in the bedroom and a good application of Vick's " Salve over the throat and chest at the first sign of trouble, will keep the little chapa free from colds without injuring their digestions. 25c, 50c, or $1 .00. m GRANVILLE OWENS I 3x3c3pc8 ycx&c&3f3 Florida - Cuba - New Orleans IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS UNERTAKERI' B rod head' Ky . i WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF COxM PCETE LINE --r "Vap-O-Rub- Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, .Telegraph .or Tele- 1MJ 3e3c8fecjic3foic3e3c$$; THE SOUTH. LONG RETURN LIMIT. H. C KING, FOR FULL INFORMATION, APPLY TO NEAREST TICKET AGENT OR WRITE Passenger and Ticket Agent, 101 East Main Street, W. A. BECKLER, General Passenger Agent, ... STOP OVERS. Lexington, Ky Cincinnati, Ohio phone orders Fro'mrjtly "' . Filled YKKSB SALVE x$yc&&&x - CASTORIA .X FOR FLETCHER'S OASTORIA FOR FLETCHER'S - CASTORIA MR FLETCHER'S t - ' -- ' . ( ir ll'-- t - DIVERS. before going to press word The following we received with Sam Cox tells of an old colored reached us announcing the death the request to.print: "Mr. Ed at cut prices at Fish's. preacher who once took his text, Mr. of Biodbead, Mt. Vernon Ky, Feb. 11, rgi6 See Fish's about that new tailor of of T. S. Frith, oldest, wealth- Feathers, a valued L. & N. em- And the multitude came to him one ploye,, last week purchased a made suit for spring. disiest and most honored citizens. MaxwelL-.tourin- e car. which he and he cured them of divers wan toCommunl I 4 i oate wttta. 8IQKAL It Sj A child of Jim Weaver "was I'he Burial-wil- l take place today atlnas received ah learned to drive. eases." Said he:. "My dying con brought from some point in 'the 2'o'clock p. m. with. Masonic hon-- 1 rr : . - ' . gregation, that is a terrible text, .Lilts dicwci muMuni cuiciium Disease in the world. The diphmountains where Mr. Weaver ors at the Brodhead cemetery ers, the fourth number of the Ly theria slays its hundreds, typhoid to Maretburg on the late' Our mo9t efficient Brodhead lives, yesterday afternon for buri- - respondent who knows Mr. Frith ceum course, will take place at fever its thousands, but in the lanSchooL-- building ne t guage a- of the text, if you take .the and his life, will in next weeks Graded Monday night, Feb. 14. The divers you are gone. Earthly doc a full account, with a The W. J. Sparks Co. has just tetter three numbers which have already tors can cure little ills if they get LOUISVILLE &NASHVILLC ft. R. CO. been awarded the contract for a fitting tribute to the memory of been presented, were high class. there in time, but no one but the large amount of ballast for the this splendid citizen. THE TABLE. The number scheduled for next good Lord can cure the divers." short line of the L. & N. between 22 nortn WOMAN'S CLUB. Monday night is rated as one of . 3:56 a m Louisville and Cincinnati. They 24 nortn the best. If you are a lover of will open a quarry and install a The reception ot last Friday good music don't miss the Brewer Pictures enlarged for cash 33 south u:48am trade at Fish's. Come in and see 12:13 a m crushing plant out about eleven evening, given under the auspi Musical Entertainers at the Grad21 South about it. miles from Louisville. cies of the Committee on Civics of some-otheed School next Monday. Landrum, Agent. Jas. the Woman's Club, was thorough CARD Of THANKS. Phone No. 8. We wish to exterd our sincere ly enjoyed by some fitty guests Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. PoBtofice thanks to our neighbors and During the period proceeding the mail nutter. as second-clas- s friends who were so kind and at- sbcial hour a short impromptu tentive during the sad hours ot program was rendered by the folPERSONAL Mrs. Mattie affliction and death of our loving lowing speakers: Mullins gave an interesting de Mr. W. J. Sparks, is in Chicago daughter, Mattie. Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Riddle. scription of the child's picture on busiuess. R. P. Schwerin . show and its origin. Rev, H. T. Edward L. Babb, of Winstead, Young and Mr. C. C. Williams On the Seamen's Bill Fred McFerron made a flying Conn., repaired a defective stove gave short talks on civic improvetrip to Cincinnati, Monday. The American plowmen are Interested In sea commerce. It is expensive and likewise humiliating to have Al Homes, young business man in his home with an old piece of ment and the work of the Woto Balute a foreign flag every time a farmer wants to ship of Crab Orchard, was here during iron; unfortunately the old piece man's Club along this line. Mr. a bushel of wheat, a bale of cotton or a pound of farm of iron proved to be a small E. S. products across the ocean. The American farmer is enthe week. Albright and Mr. Reinke titled to the protection of his flag in sending his products cannon, loaded, which exploded spoke of an improved water systeMr. and Mrs. Frank Harper are across the sea, and Congress should give such encourageas soon as a fire was built and m-for ment to shipping interests as is necessary to meet foreign .AissES? Mt. Vernon and how it here from Reading. Ohio, visiting competition in ocean commerce. A recent bill known as rendered the stove rather more de- can be obtained. Delightful rehis parents the Seaman's Bill became a law under the, PrpRidpntv fective than it was before. freshments were served by the fBsssssssssssssW L.BS signature and Mr. R. P. Schwerin, of the Robert McKenzie has entered HBsssssmsssm Pacific Mail Steamship Company, when asked to define The Woman's Club by those who hostesses. Uni What is thought this law and outline its effect upon American steamship the law department ot State iiucs. Bum iu pari: have seen it to be the oldest shirt will have its next regular meeting versity at Lexington. "The bill provides that no ship of any nationality 'shall be permitted to D. G. Roach, the field manager in this section of the country is on at the Langdon Dormitory this depart from any port of the United States unless she has on board a crew per centum of which, in each department thereof, not less thaa seventy-flv- e evening at three o'clock. for the Comonmonwealth, was in display in Fish's corner window is able to understand any order given by the officers of such vessel, nor today. It is a heavy work shirt, Tuesday night was the annual unless forty per centum In the first year, forty-fivper centum in the second town Monday on business. centum in the third per the cotton of which it is made was stockholders' meeting of the Mt year, fifty per passage of this Act, year, fifty-fiv- e aixty-flv- centum in the fourth year after the Sheriff and Mrs. Cam Mullins, and, thereafter per centum of her Mrs. T. J grown, carded and spun by Mrs. Vernon Power Co., for the elec- deck crew, exclusive of licensed officers and apprentices, are of a rating not and Circuit Clerk and less than able seamen.' Niceley, are in Frankfort and Sarah Welch, mother of our Rich tion of officers: The following Is trade ard Welch, at South Tunnel,Tenn.. gentlemen were chosen as direct- cost "The overseaand the of the world the competitive,totherefore the original operation of of the ship ship have be reckoned with in in the year 1865. It was made by ors: U. G. Baker, C. D. Sutton, the keen competition of these rival nations with one another. The Oriental for your money, be sure the returned Bessie McClure Is obedient and competent and cheapest hand in the same year by Mr Judge, L. W. Bethurum, Atty. sailor therefore manifestly clear that if is thelaw appliedsailor in the world. It is this to all nationalities Wednesday from a few day's visit Patsy Myers, deceased wife ol C. C. Williams and E. S. Albright. in the transpacific traffic, all would be on the same economic basis, but it you get the goods Mrs. B. J. Brown, with her aunt, works a single hardship the world, except the the ships Uncle Jim Myers near town. The Following the stockholders' meet- and American ships, and to' all the latter ofworks two hardships. Japanese wftb. it With the at Stanford. Label. shirt has a lining of browri.domes ing .the directors met and pro- European, the ccst of constructing a ship is no higher than the cost of conFloyd Miller has. been selected tic which at that time sold at six structing a Japanese ship, but if they had to provide European crews, while ceeded to organize by delecting Ul the Japanese operated with. Japanese crews, the condition of competition assistant cashier ol the Peoples teen and two-thircents per yard G. Baker, President, C. D. "Sutton would be such that they could not overcome the handicap and they would be driven off. But the American ship would have to contend not only with the Bant to take Charley Thompson's The same brown domestic now Vice Pres., James Ma'ret, Sec'y., tremendous increase of cost of wage in the substitution of the European crew A splendid selection. place. sells for about half that oriee. The b L. Thompson, Tr.,Treas. and for the Chinese crew, but also the greater initial cost of the ship. As the Little now done' away with their European officers and Japanese See Come In Price, of Level Green. shirt is considerably heavier than a S. Albright, Manager. Swannie The Japanese have crews, all of whom speak a common language, there is no difficulty for them left here Tuesday or Judson, Ind you will find these days. Manager filed a report of tne last to comply with all the conditions of the bill and continue their Japanese Do. Cash wages. spend a few months with his to business of the Company crews, with Oriental SERVICES AT THE CHRIST ears' "The law, therefore, instead of assisting the American ship, adds another brothers, Estill and Grover. ship, none whatever upon the while IAN CHURCH FOR SUNDAY jvhich was very satisfactory to heavy burden, turns it places the Japanese the traffic JapanesePacific but, on Ocean, over to of the me contrary, Mrs. R. E. Thompson and those interested. Just two years which Sunday school 9.45. the American ship is forced to forego by act of Congress ot the daughter, Miss Tanna, of Crab ago the Mt. Vernon Power Co., United States." Preaching service 11.00 a. m. .vas organized Orchard, were here this week and less than Subject. "A Strong Man's Strong with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Poynter twenty months ago the lights est Appeal.'' "J I were turned on for the first time. and family. 9 JB Christian Endeavor 9.3o p.m. The success has been all tbtt is the new John Pearl Landrum Evening church service 7.30 p.m. could be expected, and if there is man behind the counter in Chas. Mr. J. O. Sraithson, Field Secre- a dissatisfied customer, he' has n.itiis" drucr store. John is a n tary for the Kentucky fine young man and will make a .eague, will be with us and ad- never as yet let his dissatisfaction known. This is an example ol good man in his new position. congregation at this ser be family dress the .vhat can be done in Mt. Vernon Mr S E. Hellard and He is very desirous o vice. tad is evidence that there are oth-t- t residents of Mt. Vemor are now speaking to as many of the people things we could have which we and will have charge of the Mt of Mt. Vernon as can possib'y be H exchang. We welcome gotten to this service. Every one need very badly and would be just Vernon ts good a proposition, for instance these splendid people among us. should feel that the cause which K in he represents is of common in- water works, an ice plant, a flour J. M Turpin, who has been SIX MONTHS the hospital for some weeks suffi r terest, and we want every one tc mill, one or more small factories ONE YEAR ind other things which we could ing with a evere attack of rheu feel that this service is theirs a numerate. matism, has recovered sufficiently much as it is ours.'rtLangford. to return to his home and H. T. Young, Minister. al A Phoenix, Arizona Paper tells James B. Pike and Fred Sow-de- r, Mrs. T. J. Niceley deltghtfulh he horrible story of the arrest ot 82 Will pay two poplar young Knights cents for ntertained the L. E. C. Club oi I C. Edwards, who is well kuown of The Grip, who hail from the Voung Ladies, at her home Friday n this county, on a charge of in- Black town of Brodhead, are makgood vening, February '4th. Icecream vest with his own 15 year old 1 ing gool. They were here this (NOT SUNDAY) cents for all standard The warrant was was served and all report a ve.j laughter. week. AND same dimensions. ileasant evening, ' Those present .worn out by Edwards' son iu The many friends of R. A law. The paper says that when were Misses Kb rone, Hstepp Welch, who has been on the sick Newberry, Winnie Falin, Mary she officers went to arrest list for more than a year, will be that he fought like a tiger. Tabitha Hiatt, Julia A GREAT MONTHLY MAGAZINE clad to learn that he is much bet lav Latham, Cr H. Accent. Pish, Margurite and Verna Welch. When overpowered and' finally ter and that each day shows a lit- Ruth Litton, Cecelia Walton, Onie placed behind the bars, the paper tle improvement. Christine McFtnon, Ada fays tha he plead with the iailer cotFor Sale. One four-rooCecil Williams, who is district Silvers. Davis, Hazel to kill him. Edwards came to Brown, Christine limmanager ot the Eleventh district ' this county from North Carolina tage, just ontside corporation a ; Johnson, Margurite Sparks, ATTORNEY-AT-LAAND its, on Railroad 'Street. YoTk Lite Ins. Co., Terms for the New and Sidney Crawford and md for a number of years was a easy and reasonable. See MT. VERNON. KY. has been in Mt. Vernon part of very successful teacher and farm-e- , -OFFICE.- On 2nd. floor f visiting relatives and Ruth Landrum. Messrs. Mathe J. T. Meadows, the week, and while a citizen of thiscoun Finzel, F.L. Thompson, Jr., Davio The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church Section Foreman, Mt. Vernon, Ky. talking life insurance. I Craig, Tamie Thompson, Omer ty was uighly respected. He mar street. Special attention given Road Engineer and Mrs. County ' Chesnut, Logan Bryant, Herbert ried Miss Laura Livesay, 'a daugh SERVICES AT CHRISTIAN to collections. Movnahan will soon occupy the Phone No. 80. Pearl Landrum, Ralph ter of the" late George Livesay Special Rate Period Limited to These Two CHURCH SUNDAY Furnish nroncrtv. - known as "ox, John Griffin, Richard Cox, Hiatt Craw- and one of our finest county girls. .Sunday School 9:45. Months. "Brookside". Thej are in s ford. Ramie Richerds. John Al Some eight or ten years ago Preaching Servicell:00 a. m. today buying their furniand his family moved to bright, Julian Milieu4, WihTe Daw Christian Endeavor 6:30. ture. Phoenix, Ariz., where he is said Little and Byron Webb. Splendid Preaching Service 7:3o p. m. Judge and Mrs. R.G. Williams, to have been very successful in The directors of the Mt. Vernon business. About three years ago of Covington, entertained at lunchRECIPE FOR GAYHAIE. Over Half the Regular Price 1 ox. Bay eon on Saturday, at the Ft. Mit- Fair Association met Saturday vlrs Edwards died, leaving five To Half lnt ot water add Compound, Barbo Rum, chell Country Club, in honor of and prelected some of the plans r six children, The daughter and 4 a small box of Apply to the hair os. ot glycerine. until Subscription orders at this rate will b4e acMrs. W J. Sparks and attractive for 1916 exhibition which will who has been the victim of a man twice a week drug-gis- It becomes the desired can put this up or shade. Any Courier-Journcost. and 11. whom she must own as her father, you can mix It at home at very Uttlo come daughter. Miss Frances, who were take place Aug. cepted only when sent, through regular FuU directions for malting' and use wUl re urning to their home in Mt. Nothing will be left undone to but who is lower than the lowest In each box of Barbo Compound. Itgray Agent in this district- darken streaked, a visit with friends make this year the best in the his animal, or brute, of the brute gradually removes dandruff. faded excelVernon after It l hair, and will make harsh tory of the fair. The Ford will be creation, is supposed to be about lent for falling hair and wttl not color the in Chicago. hair soft and glossy. It Mount Vernon Monumental Charley Thompson resigned a given awav a stated last issue and fi teen years old, being his second scalp, U not Ucay r greasy, aad 4ms mat rub e& MT. VERNON, KY. assistant cashier to aceept a place manv improvements will be mace child. Edwards was here about WORKS book-keepgrounds. The catalogue a year ago looking after his child MAMY PEOPLE DONT H.NOW in the Garrard on the as & Trust Co. at Lancaster. will be enlarged and more premi- ren's interest in the Livesay es Bank Charley isanneyouag awm, and ums for Rockcastle people added tate He had with Lira, his small person an awful lot of misery. ManufaCtUTerCft o ftTKl COURIER JOURNAL CO., LouiBville, Ky. of those nha aa It has been agitated that the tair est child, four years old, a bright Spells of dizziness, heaches, con- - F YlDEALER in Marbles and Kl for the benefit 2XX-X3not know him as we do, we want to be ntde purely a Rockcastle coun- and pretty little girlr The Eng- stipation and billiousndss are sure Granite Monument8. of all a youngimn worthy ty fair, but that idea will aot be lish language furnishes no word or signs that your liver needs help, add that he is Estimates furnished Take Dr. King's New. Life Pills kinds. of every confidence and the kiad carried into effect this year, prob- group of words which will express and see how they help tone up the on application. ably so next year. However the of a boy that is safe '"to baag atalogue will be so arranged that mr contempt for such a brute as whole system Fine for, the stom ' rEO. OWENS Propr on to. Conover it will be more attractive to the a. C. Edwards has proven him ache too Aids digestion. Puri- fies the blooodaud clear? ;the comA count) self to be, and the 'best we can Pone 112 Rockcastle farmer. A LOCAL An exelnlYe music chool Opens Bepterolr Tib. fair should have for its purpose, hope for, is that the laws of the piexion. umy 25c ai au - arug '' MT. VERNON, KT fc In PUuo.Yolc. Go to Fish's for good shoes for the betterment of the couaty and state of Arizona are rigid enough gist.. Cry" men women and children. the more attractive the average that never again will civilized Phone 48-' Slfbllleadlnc. W Oy J' fLETGHEr r"fTT ftft with tair is made to ite people ciety be menaced by such a . . Leave your kodak work FOR FLETCHtT.? b. -, .. . 'i. "right at boae the, batter the fair, scoundrel.- CMMMtai 4 telefax 4Mf.LMlnlfe.U. Fish's. They do good .work. MT. VERNON SIGNAL Ball-Ban- d overshoes and rubbers P .Just the-county- 1 I cor-trai- n ge ! i OUR PUBLIC FORUM and young men do not wear our Fish Label on the out- r but side you how or can tell it's there. A LABEL MEN that speaks so plain as that and vice-preside- nt e having. If you want clothes, shoes, hats, neck- always says the rightthing is worth e wear or anything to wear and want most with the Fish d ASK YOUR FRIENDS And What A Will WANTEDfmssTJPS 3 pj i rsjWj s v r Anti-Saloo- -- Black and White Oak Cross Ties delivered on the following yards: THE CASH STORE. - -- LIVINGSTON, HAZEL PATCH, PINE HILL, MULLINS, BRUSH CREEK, LANGFORD, WILDIE, CONWAY. ROUNDSTONE, 30 7in.x8in.x ft. Oak. 50 No. White Oak, RICE, $4.00 $2.00 Courier-Journ- Daily By Mail Ed-var- ds HARMOUNT TIE & LUMBER CO. m FARM Vir-4ini- 'C. Williams, W, and FAMILY During January February Only Combination at a Lex-ingt- on Ed-vard- 8 s t 9-- 10, al JULIAN MILLER -- er K h)M& Cmvmtrf sMu$ic -' $x&xS(&8x$x PH Dentist S. "? 7l so-coun- ty Children Children CA8TOE CASTORl . Mum iic3iGa6x3tpc. Rr TAX REVISION PUSHED ASIDE That It Handled At a Special leVefl Will Be. that this action woulc practically abolMi the lioanl, defetrny tho State Fair, abolish the position of State Veterinarian and cripple the enttre B&FA&zest of AgrlcultuTSvsrd take away all o the approl'atioii which has been used to the benefit of the entire state. Is claimed It wi)wri "JUT Health is Basis H Frankfort, Ky, Jan. Mr. S. F. Bowman, 29, 1910. ' of All Content a Stranger to Happiness. R. Claud Stokes spent Satur. Mc-Cla- re The Hall Sick Man or Womau Is IfIf r - Session - Stanley has accepted an Invitation to attend the banquet of the Mose Green Club in Louisville on the evening of February 28th. Governor m - Cousists of Two 4 Koom Houses in good repair; well, large barn, The fight to create the new county 119 Town Lots in the Rockcastle of Stanley by a partition of Pike eounty, has been dropped, according Heights Addition, and 80 acres :o the chief supporters. The bill was of Cioocl Farm Land, Cleared and laid on the table In the Senate, but ready for cultivation, all for 1500 still is in shape to be considered if a The two houses are renting for majority is mustered in its support. 12.00 per month, which is 10 Stato Siiporintendent Gilbert and per cent, on your money invested, school officials over the Ftate will fight the bill introduced in the senate f interested, write to pay tho appropriations for thr J. W. SAMS, State University and normal schools 2600 Frankfort Ave., amounting to $237,000, out of the state The anti-trubill and the s Louisville, Ky. bill are the first of the administration! school fund instead of the genera! measures to he passed by both house mnd. It is claimed that this would cripplr uu reacn Governor Stanley for his FOR FLETCHER'S the work of the State Department oi signature. st defeated candidate for Governor on the Republican ticket, who declared that the rich Williamson family (Republicans), of Mingo County, West Virginia, and Boyd County, Kentucky, made a deal with Tom Hatcher, the new member of the State Board oi Prison Commissioners, whereby l,5on Republicans voted the Democratic ticket at the November election, hi exchange for a division of Pike county to be known as Stanley County. a cuminuiee was appointed com-- ' iuseu oi senators HIte Huffaker, J. B. Hiles and Bishop S. Huntsman to make an investigation of these charges and also the charges of a newspaper in which it was claimed that money had been offered or used for the purpose of influencing votes. anti-nns- we admire "Health, wealth is very proud of WE C. ALLEN IS OUSTED the StateIt Senate, solid ivory with his regular appointment at Sinking happiness "isand the keystone and gavel. is of an Vtlley, Saturday and Sundays-M- rs is ebony handle and a band of sterling Alfred Barnes spent Sunday happiness. with the inscription "Presented Morrow Raises a Rumpus Over Al- silver So many persons complain of to Lieut Gov. James D. Black by the with Mrs. William N.celey. leged Deal For "Stanley" County Sunday schools of Barboursville, Ky. Miss George Barnes and children being nervous and ruD down December 25, 1915." It was intended This is the age ot speed, we Which Is Being Investigated. for a Christmas gift but some delay are recovering from an attack of occurred by the manufacturers and he grip. ,The month old haven't time to care for our selves. Frankfort, Ky. Special Revision received it the first week in February. child of Mr. ard Mrs. Eugene These run down men and women of Revenue and Taxation laws, conare not exactly sisk, but just tired It has been decided by the Demo- Stoker has pneumonia fever. sidered to be the most needed legisMiss Bertha Carmical, of this out, languid or maybe good-forlation in Kentucky, will in all prob- cratic leaders to put through measnothing most of the time. Their ures the State into ability be handled at a special session senatorial and legislative districts place, spent Sunday with friends business, their home and their and relatives at Pine Hill. Nellie, of the General Assembly to be called strongly urged by the Republicans. life suffer. by Governor Stanley, after the adThe redistricting bills that will a very small child of Mr. and Mrs They need something to build journment of the regular session have the backing of the Democrats Robert Marler, fell one day last will carry out the constitutional pro- week and broke his arm. James them up, something to throw off about the" middle of March. vision that not more than two counties This continues to be the general shall be joined together in one legis- Arnold had a fine milch cow to die these symptoms of a weahened, impression among the solons who lative district. At the present time a fow days ago. William Niceley, debilitated condition produced by realize the great importance and the several of them are made up in three who has been at London for sev- either mental or physical overormany problems in this connection counties and one has four, Bell, Har- eral weeks having his eyes treated, work or by the abuse of a vital lan, Leslie and Perry counties. which will have to be worked out. gan more often the stomache spent la5t week with home folks It Remedial and constructive legisla- many is a most difficult task, due to conflicting interests, but the at this place. Miss Hattie Car- than any other. tion is promised by the Democrats Democratic leaders believe that they That iomethlng has been found spent Saturday with Miss now that the Pike County partition can get together on a satisfactory mical Jewel Barnes. This section has It is Tanlac. iA tonic of rare prop bill is defeated and it is claimed that measure. been taking advantage ot the few erties, an appetizer and general there will be no further W. C. Allen, Republican, representa- pretty days and fixing for farm- invigorant that rids the system divergence. tive from Clinton and Wayne coun- ing, Miss Vina, the thitteen-year-ol- congestion, tones up thestomachja The early days of February brought ties, was unseated by a vote of 57 to indigestion, head trouble to the Democratic ranks when 39, in favor of S. C. Dobbs, Democrat, daughter of Mr and Mrs. overcoming Representative Frank C. Greene, who contested the election. Party T. W. Kirby, is very sick. James aches, backaches, nonassimilation lines were drawn with the exception N'celey, and W. B. Harvey, of Dixon, of this place, has moved of food, nervousness, dizziness, of four Democratic members who kidneys and liver, and assumed the role of insurgents and voted against to Sparks Quarry, and George ailments of unseating Allen. said a lot of things about Governor the complaints that are so comThe contest means that the State Porciful will move to the house Stanley, winding up by putting them will pay over $600 more to have a vacated by Mr Niceley. John W. mon to the half sick, debilitated selves off the administration reserva Representative from the Kirby is having lumber sawed men and women of to day. tion when they voted with the Re district than any of the other Its effect is like lifting vour and preparing to build a house districts. puDiicans against unseating "Wm. C. ninety-onspirits gently back to the level of Allen will receive $250 awarded him on the lot that he bought Allen, Republican, to the favor of S. for contest expenses in addition hav- from James Arnold some time the world's happiness that rests C. Dobbs, Democrat, whom a majority ing drawn $300 in per diem besides Mr. McKinley and Miss on health. of the House Committee determined his mileage and stationary allowance ago. Talac may be obtained in Mt. to have won in the Dobbs will receive per diem from Onie Sowder, both of this place, district Rep. L. B. Hamilton, of the first day or $710 for the whole were married last Thursday. .. Vernon, at the drug store of Chas. C. Davis, also at Central Drug Co. Frankfort, also voted with the Repub session and is entitled to his other expenses the same as if he had Livingston, and John Robins' licans in this instance. started upon his duties the opening drug store, Brodhead, where its Ar.other matter which made trouble day. propertie are cheerfully explain was the charge of Edwin P. Morrow, The general impression sevc-ntee- .Lieut Governor Black, President of Contentment is the very essence is seriously contentlames Arnold spent Saturday of happiness Bo to the ed or happy, if you will, one must night and Sunday with the latter'sj parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank itrst have good health. Our supreme toast to the one Kirby. Rev. Carmical tilled his night with his sister, Mrs. George Barnes. Mrs. Sam n j ! time-wastin- g Dear Sir: I have been incarcerated here one year and five days When you gave me that Testament jjust before I was, sent here, you told mer when I was here a year to write and tell you how much J had learned. I always try and keep a promise, so I will be honest and tell you the truth. A long time after my incarceration, I nevet glanced at it, I did not think there was anything interesting to be got out of it. I thought the warden and guards were.put here to treat a man like a dog instead of a human being. One day a prisoner here that is the head of the Bible class, told me about the good things that could be gotten out of the Bible, and asked me to join the Bible schopl. After going there a few times and hearing some of the prisoners tell about the good things they had gotten out of the Bible, and how easy it was for them to obey the rules, I began to- - think that if others could see so much to be gotten out of it, there must bo something to it. Instead of going to my cell alter a days work, thinking of a good story to read in some Magazine, my mind is on a pm &SS I GASTL For Infants antl 01" iCTmilJiuiSl r-- l MH simj. m 4)ivi 'PMIMIK mK r pamnijl &TnHnL-3PERCEN"E 0 k W" Mothers Knc rM III I'll Genuine Cask m M - 8KI! -- (1Q Av.?n1i1(TVpnaiali(m6ri3" similnlingaieToodandBtJJi- Always Bears the 'tteStonuKlisaiiuDwu J itfTr-flTTI'M- (Ad ."wo 'CSR sss W 7xa Twtc'n?c5p;ii(mCliceiffll' .MlfrfTrTri'i !. B ""H i f Not Narcotic, Attested' OrnifflLlIorplmieiiDriliiicia.. SignaWJjjr 1M W Jl?wfrSiMZ&aZ'i - In rv:&m tKTBtSud' EsS? E3SS : .r ??Ki: . I M iwy XmedvforConsup; J It 1 T I U. fe - fttViY 6 1 WnWrevenshnsa11 lOSS OF SEE" Ia7siSSignatoco fT iii Use! Mm zZX&nxx.Covs.'ST-- i For Over! wEWU5i - Thirty Years Bl certain chapter in the Bible. d Car-rollto- Clinton-Wayn- e e Wayne-Clinto- n FOR SALE mountain solon could not conceal his emotions when he was ousted from the House membership. seems to he that "Uncle Bill" Allen, has made his calling and election certain two years hence as the district is overwhelming Republican. The unique THE SAMBROOK ESTATE IN LIVINGSTON, KY. ed to all callers. Children Cry Education. With the consent of the authors three health measures have beer, voluntarily withdrawn or killed in th General Assembly. The most import ant was the "all time health officer' highways. bill, backed by the Stato Board o . Health. This bill provided for Wv The Woman Suffrage supporters abolishment of the health boards is were greatly .shocked when the House all cities except Louisville, Coving Committee decided to report their bill ton. Newport, Lexington and Paducal unfavorable. Their opportunity to and making the county the unit fo havej the constitutional amendment public health service. A county healtl' passed at this session seems to have officer devoting all of his time at a been crushed. salary of ten cents per annum fo. each person in the county was pro With an unfavorable report on the vided. .state-wid- e prohibition amendment by the House Committee, several efforts Pierce Holton, of Frankfort, has have been made to bring the bill out been given a place in the Rating by Representative Frank Greene. Dry Board oflle.e by Auditor Greene. Vi leaders in the House declare that they t will endeavor to obtain a vote on it Governor Stanley has appointed the even though the Senate has already following Colonels on his staff: Ike defeated a similar measure. Hart.Hopkinsville: W. Vernon Rich anti-lobbv- Important legislation expected to be taken up next will be the corrupt practices, text books and the measure to put into effect the consti tutional amendment providing for the working of convicts on the public CASTORIA FOR CHILDREN'S OOUGH You cannot use anyting better for your child's cough and cold than Dr. King's JMew Discovery. It is prepared from Pine Tar (: mixed with healing and soothing j;j INTEREST does not contain any balsams It harmful and is slightly laza-tivthing just enough to expell the roisons from the system. Dr. If: Kings New Discovery is anticep tic -- kills the cold germs raises the phlegm loosens the cough and soothes the iritation. Don't Very truly, put off treatment. Coughs and the future. leads to serious lung colds often E. S Fleming. troubles. It is also good for The writer of the above was sent adults and the aged. Get a bottle from Rockcastle forhorsestealing to day. All druggist. Hebrought.a'borse belonging to Bob Walker at Richmond, to this fjWiWis Qv& FOR FLETCHER'S county and sold it. A petition is being circulated asking for Flem ing's release. J e, You would never realize how that little book has helped me to serve my time. Since I commenced to study the Bible I see life in a dif ferent light. I can see and know that the warden ami gnardsare doing all they can .toward, making our life in here a 'little happier, and to make better men of us, so when we go out in the "world" again we Can take our place as men, and not "mere things' that most of the public think, have no right to live. The only way I can thank you for putting me on the .light road of life, is to try and live in here the best I can, and when I am released be somebody that you will be glad to hear from, lam working in the tailor shop, doing nara work, , but 1 do not mind it a bit. I hope when this reaches you it will find you and your family enjoying good health and happy. .When you see Charley Davis or the Jailer. Sheriff, or Geo. Payne, tell them I would like to hear from them. I wrote to Davis some time ago but never got an answer. Will close hoping to hear from you some time in KJII ." I ! i CASTORIA THE C1HTAUH Exact Copy of VVrapper. ISHPIIir, NtW TOM CITY. The Man With A Million Needs a clean bank, a strong bank, a progressive bank the man with a hundred cannot afford to do business with any other kind. The Peoples is seeking your business and is pre pared to care for it. PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS If 4T Peoples Bank ooo ISUldreu. L?2'X.-M- SJ Pm8 BU looo 'ASTORIA WANTED EITHER IRED OR WHITE TIMBER Delivered Along the L. & N. 21 , Auto Spokes 16 in. 16 in. long, J6 in. long, SPLIT HICKORY the recommjendation of those who have usad itthat makes Chamberlain's Cough Remedy so popular Mrs. Amanda Gierhart, Waynes-held, THE BEST REJOMENDATION The strongest recommendation any article Jnay receive is a favorable word J(em the user, It is Clean, Strong and Safe 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 x 2 x 3, SIZES: long, $13-0- 0 $16-0- 0 Cough. Kemedy has been my family off and on for years and it has never cure a cough or cold." able everywhere. Ohio, writes, 'lohamberlains used in twenty failed to Obtain recommendations. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, $500 V h Attorney-Genera- l Logan has made an attack upon the expenses of tho In their efforts to prevent the confirmation of the appointments of Jack State Department of Education, pointNelson, Paducab, and Omer Stubbs, ing out enormous expenditures and Newport, who were .appointed to be claiming that seven stenographers are Factory and Assistant Factory Inspe- not needed in that department. Public Instruction Superintendent ctors', the Kentucky Federation of Labor, lost in their protest of Cohen's Gilbert answered his criticism sayinp choice, after. Governor Stanley had that the insinuation as to the employ ment of relatives and further state ascertained that they were both bers of the union and in good stand- ment of extravagance of his predeces sor and other matters have no bearing ing. reappointment as Superintendent of the western Kentucky Hospital for the Insane, at Hopkinsville. There are many candidates after the juicy pium which will be given out sometime before the expiration of Dr. Sights' term on July 1st ardson, Danville, and Wallace Stovall. Dr. II. P. Sights has made it known Tampa, Fla. that he will not be an applicant for 3x3?, per J 000 pieces per 1000 pieces per 1000 pieces The W. riTU. of Rockcastle and Laurel River Association met in Livingston, Ky-- , January 27th, with every program speaker pres ont. Godls presence and power was felt in 'the very beginning and on till the closing benediction. The Bank of Mt Vernon MT. VERNON, KY. M ML Sam C. Elliott, of Louisville, has been appointed Deputy Fire Marshall to succeed Edward Bright of Glasgow The appointment was made by Auditor Greene. Timber must be clear of all defects Our Mr O. V. Jarrett will make inspections when notified. Presidents hour was notice-ablhelpful and instructive because of the exebangeof ideas and "Elie y Yours IVery Truly, STANDARD jc8fcag3ee:eatoo &C$P By John F. Fisher, Mgr. WHEEL CO. methods of work with suggestions as to how to cope with disadvant-age- s common to all unions. We know we have been greatly benefitted and helped by this coming together. The enthusiasm and Inspiration gained there- - will tell for eternity. We dwelt far season on the .mountain top but we crave You Need a Tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that 'time comes to you, you know what tonic . Resolutions have been adopted by the State .Board cf Aericulture, protesting against the transfer of $30,000 from its fund to the State University, to te used in Government demrnstration work. on the present administration. Gilbert says that he has neither wife, employed in his department and that the insinuation of Logan missed the mark. The employment of seven stenographers is necessary, says Prof. Gilbert. brother, sister nor vt JONAS McKENZIE THE OLD C&3C86b3fo other kinsman &&j$&3 the united prayers for strength to go through the valleys. The good .women of Livingston will long be.remembered for their kind, and: gracious hospitality which cannot be excelledS'nd by a unanimous, .vote ?we 'extended to them our heartfelt thanks. The meeting. closed witty an old fashioned song and hand 'shake and la-Ga- J. C.'McCLARY A Yps pv.r v BETHURUM& LEWIS Attorneys at Law m Will practice in all the Courts Offices in Bethurum Bldg. Merchandise &pc$D5:$3 good line of ; General . -- . bless yonjwas b'ear'd from above the vqicc.oi song and praise. Mrs; J. E. Woodali.; Pres. SOMETHING QOOD. d The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. R D. No. 4, Aliria, Ark., says: I thinkCardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women., Before I began to take Cardui, 'I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. ct- - Those" wnoTiatenasty. . ,. medicines-shoul- d ,t i!z T IB7 iii rtCmT d km lmw For Sale: One Town Lot, uHDERMER-an- EMBALMER STANFORD..KY. 50x200 Jfeet in the Sparks addition. Also a good young" inare. Fred Baker? J" Mt. Vernon,- - f - $ $PGj$plC$p' &$&x$& Farm Implements J i $or constipation" They 'are pleas ant toJake.and thejr .ettect is s o agreeable and sa natural that yon wiI uorealizethiit' it has been, produced by a me'diciueL Obtainable everywhere. try ChanTiberain?sT'ablets rlr Helped Thousands, LKJitri v