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Mount Vernon signal: February 18, 1916 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1916 mou1916021801_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: February 18, 1916 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 Published Every Friday - - i . VOLUME XXIX. J i lxs&a&mimxyem $x$x&x:i J. W. Baker, of Mt Vernon, J. M. Broiles, of Pul&sKi Coun was here between trains Tuesday. ty, shipped a car of in hogs from The L. & N. R. R. company is this place last week, and Brown & moving the water tank from Kufa Craig shipped a car a few days and will put it up here. This will later. Judge A. J. Haggard sold give them a double supply of water a young horse to Allen Hiatt. of s & but the number of engines taking Quail section, last week for $i3o. water here it is none too much. Thomas S. Frith died at his There will be a series of meetings home here at 4 o'clock a. m. at the Christian church, in the Thursday of last week after a short near future, but as we have not illness of a complication of troub! learned the date we will give that les incident to old age. Mr. Frith, later. Miss Mae Evans is attend who was a little past sevent five ing school at Mt. Vernon. T. J. years of age, had spent most of The patented process makes Niceley was in our town Wednes- his life in this county, and had Prince Albert so good in a pipe day on business. Cupid has been been engaged in the mercantile or rolled into a cigarette that in our town again and here is hbusiness for probably fifty years some more of his work. At 3.09 In his earlier life was considered uniTuesday morning, Ben Griffin and one of the best, as well as the satisfies all smoke Miss Nettie Rice walked to the most successful in business, and I This patented process, desires depot and purchased tickets for had accumulated quite a fortune, lgu9Hj Louisville, and when No. 24 ar- and even at the time of his death which also removes bite and rived they boarded the train which owned 3000 acres of land, some of parch, is controlled by us. No" soon carried them out of the reach which is the most valuable in the other tobacco can be like of parental objections. On ar- county, and a few years ago was " ""- -i miBf riving at Louisville conveyance considered the wealthiest citizen was soon procured and they land- in the county. In the past few is ed in Jeffersonville where they years he was less active in busi- her weakened condition was un Democratic convention which to were soon made man and wife. ness, and success had not crown- able to resist the severe attack of assemble in June next." This was the first time the PresMr. Griffin is the son of G. S. ed his efforts as formerly. He is grip and other troubles that were to the national joy smoke Griffin and a partner , with his survived by three sons, Tilden, preying upon her. Her remains ident has consented formally have his name used in connection father in the general dry goods and Maurice and Herman Frith, and were taken to Warsaw, Ky., Listen : Men who have stowed away gentle old jimmy pipes afternoon for burial, A. T. with the nomination. His name grocery store of G. S. Griffin & one brother, J. G Frith, who is It s easr to ch&nge the shape for years, have brought them back to the tune of has been placed on primary baland color of unul&ble brands them. Son. Mrs. Griffin is the attrac- also a large owner of real estate in Furnish accompaning to imitate the Prince Albert Prince Albert 1 Get yours out, for your confidence tidy red tin, but it it impottible tive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. this section. His wife was burned Thomas Mink, of the Ottawa sec- lots in several states, however to imitate the flavor of Prince of friends. never will be abused! We tell you Prince Albert will Albert tobacco! The patented H. Rice. VVeextend con'gratuh-tion- s to death in the summer of 1913, tion, left Wednesday for Knox-vill- through the activities process protects that ! set pipe free the tenderest tongue 1 The President takes thejposition Tenn., where he has a posiand bestjwishes for a happy when her clothing caught fire at that the voters will have to deterAnd smoked in a makin's cigarette, Prince Albert is so jrinc. AlUtieBH . life together. Miss Ella Mae her home, death resulting in a tion with the railroad company. will make the refreshing and delightful that it gives you a new idea of TXumXfbZT&Ttb 's Blanfoid, after a visit "few days. Mr. Frith was a life George Owens, the Mt. Vernon mine whether he Presidency in I9IG cigarette happiness; Any way youfire-u- p Prince Albert, it with relatives in Louisville has long member of the Christian undertaker, was here Wednesday race for the will win you quick as a flash it's so good and so friendly ! returned home. Some folks are -- hurch, and was always found in on account of the death of Mrs. as the Democratic candidate. In ?&? claiming that yesterday, February church and Sunday school. He Cassie Furnish. Dr. G. B. Law- a letter written to A Mitchell R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, Winrton-SaleN. C. Representative 14th, was Ground Hog Day, and had been a member of Brodhead rence was here Wednesdry to see Palmer, then a from Pennsylvania, before his inwe thought that February 2nd Masonic lodge for more than forty f. M. Adams. Mrst Win. Potts, was. Now, Mr. Ed., not that it years. Short services were con- jvho was reported last week quite auguration, Mr. Wilson made it canmakes any difference which day ducted at the residence by J. C. ill, is very low and her recovery is plain that Ue would only be a didate again it the Democratic vothe ground hog celebrates, but we McClarv, of Stanford, the officiat- considered very doubtful. ters desired it. would very much like to have-thiing undertaker, Friday afternoon QUICKLY SFVERE COLDS matter settled. Let Jim Maret at 1 o'clook, followed by interJCIATICA'S PIERCING-PAINCURED settkMhe question. t We failed to ment in the family burying To kilLthe nerve pains of sciat"On December first I hud a have a letter frehr this-poin-t last ground, the Masons having very severe cold or attack ot tht ica you can always depend on Lineament. It penetrates week, but the reason - was-- the charge of the finalservices. grin as it may be, and was nearly Sloan'sseat of pain and brings to the writer and better half were in Frank Brooks and Gus 'Geizel. down .sick in bed," writes O.J ease as soon as it is applied. A Mo. "I Cincinnati and did not get back of Crab Orchard, attended the f u Metcalf, weather by, too with Sloan's Chamber grrafc comfort in time to write one. We will neral of T. S. Frith here last Fri- Bought two bottles of is that no rubbing is required. atone for this by telling all we day. John Robins sold the farm lain's Cough Remedy and it was 1 Sloan's Lineament is invaluable ly a few days until I wrs com- - for stopping muscular or nerve know this week. Old Uncle recently purchased from W. D ilotely eestored to health I firm pain of ony kind. Try it at once Johnie McDaniels, living near Oummins, known as the J. 1 . believe that Chamberlain'.-- if you suffer with rheumatism, Livingston, died Monday. He Voodyard property, to Young ough Remedy is one of the verj was an old soldier of the war of Bros. These gentlemen are broth- iest medicines and will know lumbago, sore throat, pains in chest, sprains, bruises, etc. It is 1861. Died, February 10th, Mrs. ers of the Rev. H. T. Y ung, pas- what to do when I have anothei excellent for neuralgia aud headSusie Patterson, and was laid to tor of the Mt. Vernon Christian cold. Obtainable everywhere. ache. 25c at all druggists. rest Friday, February 11th, in the church. One of the bro jhers reWashington, Feb. 14. Presin Ward cemetery to await the e, the other in dent Wilson y sides in Louiivill formally gave BARKSDALE HAMLETT IS i I and ascension home, to be Trimble county, the latter will his consent that his name be used SUED FoR DIVORCE. with her master. The bereaved move here about March first. We as a candidate for have the sympathy of the com- are certainly glad to have Mr. In a letter to the Secretary of Wife Charges Politician With Cruin el and Inhumane Treatment Xmunity. Mrs. G. S. Griffin and Voung and his estimable family in State of Ohio, the President statAsks 10.000 Alimony. children are spending the week our midst. VY. J. Owens moved ed that he was unwilling to enter with relatives at or near Mt. Ver his family to the H. L. Tharp 1 contest for the nomination, but Elizabethtown, Kv., Feb. n. non. Mrs. W. R. Ward is visiting property on Main street, recently was ready to permit the use of his Mrs. Daisy Hamlett has filed suit relatives at Lebanon Junction and vacated by O. T. Riddle, who name in the coming primary in here for Jdivorce from Barksdale Louisville. Mrs. J. H. Brown moved to the property bought oi order that the Democrats of Ohio Hamlet, former Superintendent of ing, of Maywood, visited relatives VV. II. Lynch. -- Mr. Martha Rob might make known their prefer Public Instruction, and who is here latter part of last week. J. erts Templin died at the residence ence. now contesting the election of J. iiHBOfcac&aescato A." Owens is on the sick list. (J. of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Shelton ., 'v' iX lVrWVviiV rw ryy. fvi made known his P. Lewis for Secretary of State. The President wKi&xuxj. E. Rice visited re'atives in Leba- Saturday morning at 4 o'clock, position" in order to comply with She charges cruel and inhuman non Junction latter part ol last and her remains were laid to resi the Ohio primary law which retreatment, asks $10,000 alimony week. A. W. Bourne will move in the Methodist church cemetery quires candidates for delegates to and the custody of their three his family to Sinks. He is first at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon, af- the party conventions to make children. Mrs. Hamlett was Miss trick operator there and lives in ter short services by the Rev. known their first and second Daisy Crume of this county. She OLD Livingston. IN LIVINGSTON, KY. He is making the Rosio Powell. The deceased choices before February 25, and has been here some time with her change, so he will not have to was a lite long member of the also requires that the candidates ,3K3ceapoe&:jf Consists of Two 4 Koom Houses parents. v- --Jv "nww-w- 1 make the trip to and from his Baptist church, and had spent the for delegates have the consent of in good repair; well, large barn, Law. 119 Town Lots in the Rockcastle work. Mrs. W. G. Niceley ha tjait several years of her life their choices to make use of their ":mer.3on ochoo? returned from Berea, where she without a real home. Her hus names. Heights Addition, and 80 acres band died several years ago, and The President was formerly noof Good Farm Land, Cleared ant has been visitinc relatives? CUTTE TWO YEAR C0CR3K. do--i . I.!..H!ltl.TrarotMl30ct.3. Thomas Joues has taken charge of she had made her home with rela- tified of the requirements of th e . .tm.Jm.3. Prenares for brSec-In ready for cultivation, all for$1500j Uitaf. AcccwtotlcourtaadUrr ihw.L .A lotf.heln Bnrpma. TnltlOU The two houses are renting for the restaurant and seems to be tives and friends since. She has law last week and to day he wrote. 'ninyptttt.e.For'KKEcttotueDd- getting along O. K. Frank Dees one sister, Mrs. Katharine Hilton, Charles Q. Hildebrandt, Secretary rLosuu Jotfcnon Dnotona trme.wTW !iH ready to Etching of 12.uu per month, which is 10 will soon have bis business house of Tunction City, who was with of State of Ohio as follows: BiJOTT FENNEBAKEI, &cr, LMkric, Kf. per cent, on your money invested. completed. her at the time of her death, and If interested, write L. H. Davis, the mill man, was one brother, William Roberts, who J. W. SAMS, .. in Berea' latter part of last eek. resides at King's Mountain, but ! 2600 Frankfort Ave., .. "i r i . . 17 Louisville, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Mnllins, was unable to be here on account of Mt. Vernon were visiting rela- of serious illness. We undestand t. TOILET tives here during the week. Our that our J. H. Ward bought a FOR CHILDRESS OOUGH You cannot use anyting better town is surely on a boom, as we farm the first of the week near for your child's cough and cold have gasoline lamps on the street Lebanon, Ky.', containing 750 Tooth Paste, Violet Talcum. Cold Cream and uian ur. King's ftew Discovery. now, and it is a great; improve- or more acres, for which he paid It is prepared from Pine Tar ment over the past , for before we $50.00 per acre. We have not other Toilet Articles have delighted thousands mixed with healing and soothing did not have and will satisfy yon. anjr kind of lights, learned how soou Mr. Ward will uaibamH. it aoes not contain nnv thing harmful and is slightly Jaza- - and when the moon refused to move to this place. Mrs. Jay uve, gust enougn to expell the give her light it wss so daak you Howenstine, of Stanford, attendpoisons from the svstm. rif had to always carry a lantern. ed the funeral of her uncle, T. S. -Kings New Discovery is anticep 5c to $1.00 per Box. ft Our line of Couch Casket We understand the Jr. O. U. A. Frith here last Friday. J. E. tic -- kills the cold germsraises' M. is unexcelld willjjive a supper here at their Wallin bought a nice young horse: the phlegm loosens the coagh We are furnishing Hand-mad- e 'his PC QAI C week Coffins furnishedi hall February 22nd, We have from Sam McHargue, of Hiatt, free samples of and soothes the iritation. Don't CALL and err vouws. Mr. Wallin has' put off treatment. Coughs and not learned what the admission for $125 00. Hearse senl to all parts of. colds often leads to serious- lung Lwill be yet, but we judge reason rented the farm of Postmaster TP fP iaMMrt'rYragViliJ he County. troubles. It is also good for able. Mr. and Mrs. Cam Mullins Granville Owens, and will soon adults and the aged. Get a bottle MpSKUrs.T. AN orders by Mre Promptly Filled L Niceley, of Mt. move his family to it, and his two to day. All druggist. H:Hs .Vernon, were here between trains sons, Orrin and Chester, will get Saturday enroute home from their first experience in real farm , L. .Frankfort, where. Mr. Mullinsf life Dr. M. K. Pennington, of M l'. VERNON, KY. Phone 94-- S . FLETCHER S tad .been to make his settlement London, is here this week and will && sM..aaas : I witbetbe Auditor. remain ten days or more. --Oreed. Jilniil feigdl MT. VERNON, Copyrichtisiaby R. J. Rejnold Tobacco Co. Established JJlJIIfli COUNTY, KY..-FRIDA- 1887 NUMBER 18 ROCKCASTLE FEBRUARY 18. 1916 MvJFig"slM j BrGlheiGL W&V s Smo522BESsl&a!SiL Prince Albertf meets men's tastes all over the world its popularity is now versal! It -- iii Minn fyiiNGE Albert Roberts, ol Kings Mountain, at- "I am inclosing you a letter, the teuded the funeral of his aunt,Uoccasion of which I daresay wtl Mrs. Martha Templin, here Sun oe quite obvious, rnenas m Ohio have called ray attention to day. Mrs. Jacob Elder was the"guest Section 4,954 of the General Code !of her S0Q. Walter Elder, at Crab of Ohio, as amended in lgl4 with Orchard, from Saturday until regards to primary elections, and Mondav. Mrs. P. Benton, who have requested that 1 indicate my has been in Oklahoma tor more willingness to have my nameused "I accordingly take the liberty than a year, is the guest of Mrs. J. F. Watson this week. Miss of sending you the enclosed letter Exie Eastham, of Quailr entered as formal permission under the school here the first of the week. statute." " TEXT OF LETTER WD. Cummins was in the Quail The letter the President inclossection from Saturday until Tuesday. Douglas Martin was in Mt. ed was as follows: "While I am entirely unwilling Vernon on busines. C. H. Frith was in Stanford and Mt. Vernon to enter into any contest for the Tuesday. County Attorney Gen- presidential nomination of the try and Squire Wm. Hurst were Democratic party, I am willing to here Wednesday to locate the permit the use of my name that road just South cf town, where a the Democrats in Ohio may ,make change has to be made on account known their preference in regard the old to that nomination. of the river "In order, therefore, to satisfy Mrs. Cassie Furnish died road. at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. the technical requirements of the morn- statutes of the State of Ohio I A. T. Furnish Wednesday ing at 7:3o. We understand that consent to the use of my name as she has been an invalid for a num- a candidate for the presidency by She was about any candidate who seeks to be ber of years. eighty years of age, and owing to elected a delegate to the national over-ilowing Wed-aesda- y e. two-week- Stk'SkSsfraS 2$" &&? m, Mmfmmmm. If Sip'S -- s n-- rMlnl iv lJ We invite you to inspect 4mM!' IMwk Spring and Summer rese-rectio- to-da- TsX SBTIffl 1 mJinJyu oats an Suits j & McBEH sjl. Apqpqc3c JONAS McKENZIE RELIABLE -. FOR SALE -- THE -k. THE SAMBROOK ESTATE v?-&t&- A good line of General Merchandise PPCCXJ f -- X ianl--iu- Farm Implements .... ...... ' T....I...I fcxx2r') i Euthymol lr f VIO(0 Articles UNDERTAKER All NUNNALLY'S Chocolates 13 OMLVt - W. A. COX, Pioneer STORE DRUG Sttiildrea Cry fit ASTORIA :. DAVIS Phone 87 CHAS.oirTo Hll.ll.lllltliUl.l.ld.tlUlli.liillU. ;;::;;;;;;::;::;::;;;;;;;s;;:;;:;:::;t r; -- . I ML VERNON SIGNAL Friday, Feb. IS, iot6 WAR WITH MEXICO is the plaeo to OnT the be--- Is a Very Much Debated Qiipcrmn hirr FvprvhnHv pr ULll I R SEBY - Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. CBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR berry pauus, grape vines, ornamentals, etc,, tor aprmg- planting-Give uj j, uut live mioutea Bareaius in stnotly nrst class, high grade, state inspected, irulttr-es- , of your time and be convinced that we are offering you the greatest bargains you were ever offered in nuisery stock. We are located in the very heart of' the Ozark?, in one ot tht finest irutt sections of the world J3enton Cou ity, Arkansas, bears the distinction of having more acres in fruit than any place in the whole world lor the area it covers. Our trees are propagated from They are grown by an expert nurseryman, a man who has been on this job more in every respect Guaranteed the finest varities of fruits and healthiest trees grown They are lirst-clas- s than a quarter of a century. This stock must move for Spring planting or go on the brush pile and be burned. Below qre the varieties we are offering and the prices cut half into t . Agrees That The CO, Rogers, Arkansas $I.O Advertising rates mace know or application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS A SSOCIATION Apples In Lots 2 to 3 ft. was 1 6c now 8c 3 to 4 ft. wasSScnow 12c 4 to Ort. was 3 Oc now loc elite SO SOteSOO Was 12c now Oc Was 20c now lOc Wan 35c now 12c 500 and up Was 6c now 4c WaslOcnow 8c Wne20c nowlOc Early Ozark, Eureka Ever Bearing sorts. 100, l 00; $10.00 per 1000 Grapes, in lots of 1 to 50. was 15c, now 10c; 50 to 500, was 10c no 6c; 500 and up, was 6c now 4c, Moore's Early, Catawba, Concord, Niagara. Cherri In Lets 1210 3 to 4 ft. was SOcnow 25c Pears 500 and up Was 2 Oc now 10c Ver Early Farly Mid Season Late Early Mid Season In Lets el 2100 i!l to 50 De 50t500 Was 40c now 20c 1 to 50 50 to 500 joe 500 and up G400 tauter KVjm 1250 1700 2150 3200 750 3450 (5150 Henry Clay Yellow Transparent Early Harvest Stribbling June Maiden Blush Red Astrachan I.iveland Raspberry Wilson Red June During the absence of H. (J. Cbappel, the editor, W L. Buch aeon, a Democrat, looked after the office of the Three States, Middles boro, a Republican paoer. He didn't follow in the footsteps of Daws Hughes, ot Lancaster, who was on one occasion, placed in charge of a Republiean publication during the absence ot the editor. Hughes made the paper a red hot, rip snorting Democratic sheet and on the return of the publisher they bad ?. lively but pleasant time over rile huge joke Hughes perpetrated on the office. He didn't deceive the readers however, lor at the outset he advised them ol the situation and told them that a little change in their diet in the way ol a good dosing of democracy would stimulate and aid their digestion. Nearly all the subscribers took the affair good humoredly. 900 240 350 1400 2l7fi 700 0125 7000 12000 Horse Apples Summer Queen Imperial Ram bo Eall Winesap Wealthv Rusty Conts Grimes Golden Rome Beauty Very early Very early Early summer Early summer Early summer Early summer Late summer Late summer Late summer Latesumtner Eaiiv fall Early fall Early winter Early winter Early winter Early winter Late winter Very early Peaches In Lots ef 1 1900 725 264 1460 ouse Earl Richmond Montmorency 3 to 4 ft. was 30c now ISc 4 to 6 It. waao-jeno25c Wan 2 5c now 12c Konce VVai40uuw Was 20c now 10c W a. JO. -- o w ioc 3400 200 Baurtleit bummer bummer Summer Kail "' n .English Black M or ilia te 50 50 to 500 Was 12c now 6c Was 16c now 3c Was 30c now loc S00 and up Was 8 c now 4c Was 12c now 6c Was 10c now (5c was 15c now 7c 3 to 4 it. was 20c now 10c ... . w.tf Socuow 12c 2000 15000 1250 Pally fall 800 1000 700 1500 500 750 9000 GOO 4000 3275 15000 Jonothan Shannon Pippin Yellow Newton Pippin Delicious Gano Ben Davis Stay man Winesap Mammoth Black Twig 7800 8000 OOOO 14000 12500 7C00 30'0 2100 9000 8500 6000 7500 2500 375 GOO Arkansas Black Ingrain Shockley Limber twigs Huntsman Favorite Baldwin Missouri Pippin Pananna York Imperial Golden Sweet Paradise, Sweet Florence Crab Whitney Crab 1100 300 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 600 2000 1800 1250 7000 5C00 20000 2500 4600 5000 S000 2000 15C00 In a recent issue of the Louis ville Times, a writer gave an account of the vast Jsunis of money paid to labor by the Louisville and Nashville railroad. Few people have any conception of the good this company is doing for Kentucky. It not only furnishes em ployment for thousands of persons but has dene more to develop the resources of the state than any corporation or other organization. Yet it is quite a fad for leather-lunge- d politicians to lambast it and juries to give excessive verdicts in every case brought in court against it. When the people of Kentucky learn to encourage instead of discourage such enterprises, then the state will be come one of the leading business centers of the nation. Danville Messenger. True as preaching. Strawberries By The Million 100 plants 90c; Mitchell Early, 1000 $3 50; 10,000, $25.00 Klondyke Aroma Excelaer, 9000 750 5000 4530 10000 7000 8500 2500 4500 1100 1750 1700 1 Very Early Semi Ukig Red Bird Verv Early Semi Cling Very Early Free Stone Greensboro Alexander Very Early Cling Stone Very Early Lling Stone Sneed Very Early Free Stone Eureka Waddell Early Free Stone Early Free Stone Alton Early Semi Cling Mamio Ross Early Free Stone Carman Early Free Stone Champion Early Free Stone Arp Beauty Early Free Stone Fitzgerald Mid Season Free Stone Belle of Ga. Cra wford Early Mid Season Free Stone Stump the World MidSeason Free Stone UldMlxouCllug Midbeason Cling Stone Mid Season Free Stone Elberta Mountain Rose Mid Season Free Stone Mid Seaso j Cling Stone Health Cling Crawford Late Mid Season Free Stone Date Free Stone Captain Ede Crosby Late Free Stone Late Cling Stone Elberta Cling Gold Cust Late Cling Stone Late Cling Stone Salway Late Fiee Stone Late Elberta Red Indian Late Cling Stone. Late Cling Stone White English Late Cling Stone Heath Cling Late Cling Stone Henrietta Mayilower 340 1120 Lambert Windsor Sweet Cherries Tar a. an 650 3500 1100 Clapps Favorite Anjou bummer Garber's 4000 70 Apricots, Late Flemish Beauty Keiffer's Winter Nellis . Fall Wu w 15c. er ir Plums In 3 to 4 ft. was 30c now 18c hts elite 50 50 te 500 Wss2ocnowllc 500 and up Waa20now 10c Very Early 975 .Red June Wildgoose 1200 3200 Abundance 2100 Burbank 3000 . Wixon 640 Blue Damson 975 Gold 1110 Very Farly Early Early Late Late Early 6c. wa 10... mw 5 . Gooseberries, in lots or 1 to 50, was 30c, now 15c; 50 to 500, was 15c, now 9c Downing, HoughAsparagus, Currants, Piice, 3to4 ft., was 25c, Guillen. Superb, vlnorep.tr Rhubarb, or Pie Plant, was 10c, no Early German Prunes Early Ornamental Plants Res: Field grown; leading varities. Cinnas: Were 50c Very Late Cling Stone Mid Season Free Stone Mammoth Cling Latest of all Hale (Million Dollar Peach) Free Stone to 2 ft. Hale and Early Elberta, were 45, now 20c Stenson Oct. KrummelOct. Early Elberta Very Late Free Ston now 25c. Tube Roses, bulbs 9c All colors; were20c, now idc Butterfly Busk, was 50c, now 25c. FeiBS, were 50c, now 25c. Geranium, were 10c, now 5c. Sift Naples, 6 to 8 ft., was 35c, now 20c. Tilip Pfflars, 6 to a ft., was 40c, now 20c. Carolina Poplars, 6 to 8 ft , was 25c, now 15c Cal. PriTettS. 2 to 3 ft., was 6c, now 4c. Arbenritae, 2 to 3 ft., was 60, now 45c. Send your order for Frost Proot Cabbage plant. 1 Price Guaranteed. ton Industry. was 10c, now 6c. Red Dutch, Fay's Prolific. Raspberries, in lots of I to 50, was 5c, now 3c; 50 to 500; wac 4c, now 2c; 500 and up, was 3c. now lc. Cumberland (tflk), Gregg (Blk), Miller (Red). Blackberries, in lots ot 1 to 50. was 5c. now 3c; 50 to 500, was 3c, now 2ic, 500 was 2Ac. now Early Harvest, bnyder, Kittatiny, Rat n bun Himalaya, was 10, now 6. Dewberries, lots 1 to 50. was 5c, now 3c; 50 to 500 was 3c," now 2; 500 up was 2Ac, now 14c. Austin, Improved, Lucretia. Juneberries, was 10c, now 5c. Loganberries, was 20c, now 9c QbiflCeS. 3 to 4 ft , was 35c. now 5c. Champion, Orange. Mulberries, 3 to 4 ft., was 30c, now 15c New Everbearing, Russian. Japanese Persimon, 3 to 4 ft, was 50c, no a 30c Mikado. Imperial. Pecans, paper sheli, budded or grafted Stuart; Pabst Schley, 2 to 3 ft., was 1.50 now 9GV. Aler-cerea- lc u, All our stock has been inspected by the State Nursery Inspector and found to be absolutely free from all insects and diseases. Our hipping season All stock isfumigated before leaving the Nursery. begings about March the 20th. Send in your order now, don't wait, as the first in is first served. If we aie outof.anj varieties you order may we substitute with one as near itas possible? Wr pay the freight r express charges on orders amounting to $5.00 or more. We allow five per cont discount on all orders accompanied with the cash. And remember our GUA RANI EE is, y u must ' e sai sfi d In arsver ing this Ad tcli us in what peper you saw it. We guarantee every thing we ship to reach you in first class condition. Mail us your order Yours fur Busiues-.- , -to-day Benton County Nursery Company, son-in-law Rogers, Ark. President Col. Roosevelt, in relerring to Wilson, calls him a Byzantine logothete. Jim Stears, of Nicholasville News, says all tin dictionaries have been exhausted, the encyclopedias ransacked, but nothing yet gives any light on the subject. It may be that the colonel ran up against it in the iung-leof Africa. Others think it means that Wilson cannot be de feated for a second term. That sounds more like it. Danville s Messenger. ' Possibly Teddy shot it but 0' lost the csreass when the boat spilleo him out into the river of Doubt while on his South American ex pedition. An inquisitive person wants to know what we think of the Strang case of Miss Mary I'ecoyes as ie ported in certain California news papers, who smoked and chewed tobacco all her hie in addition to drinking much bad Jwhiskey, and yet lived to be iuo years old. The answer is easy. We think it is a lie. Evening Post. Louis Landrum's Danville Messenger says there "jist ain't nc talkin' ' of attempting to nominate a candidate agin the tall sycamore of the St. Asaph for Congress That Harvey has got 'em skinned a block and ,then some. It certainly ''do' ' look that way to Danville is tickled over the fact that it is to have a new hotel, which is now under construction They were some time getting started on this much needed build ing but are now "a pushing it." ' SIMON KENTON ; Celebrated Pioneer and Indian Fighter .r.d a Companion of Boone. .Scraps from ICaxet'a Sistory of Daniel Boon. Trail and Highway, etc.; which is to be published at aa early dale. . Bryan's Station, in Fayette county, is five miles northeast of Lexington on the north fork of EJkhorn creek, was settled by the Bryan's in 1770, but a cabin upon the very spot where he first )st day" of his life. His lards had been built by Joseph Bryan, a built his cabin in '75 where Ve were at once released, and sborl-l- y of Boone, in 177G. planted the first corn ever planted afterwards, by the exertion of on the north of the Kentucky river Judge Burnet and General Vauce, of Congress, a pension of two Simon Kenton's Misfortunes. by the hand of any white man Kentucky and the west, after where he ranged the pathless for hundred and fifty dollars a year the peace at Grceuville, rushed est in freedem and. safety, where was obtained for him, securing: forward with rapid strides in the he subsequently erected his fore- his old age from absolute want. career of population and wealth. most .station house, and battled He died at the age of 81. Emigrants came pouring over the the Indians in an hundred enFOR A BILLIOUS ATTACK. Alleghanies into the fertile valley counters, and, nearly alone, enWhen you have a severe head- -' ' of the Ohio, to occupy the beauti- dured the hardships of the wilderache, accompained by a coated ful "land of the cane". These ness, while those who then reaped tongue, loathing of food, constipaCarefully Selected List of High Class laids rose rapidly in price and the fruits of his former sufferings tion, torpid liver, vomiting of psrt- -' Will Appeal to importance, and Kenton was now vere yet unborn, or dwelt afar iu ly digested food and then bile, Reading Matter you may know that you have a" thought to be one of the wealth the.lap of peace and plenty". "In Every Member of Your Family test men in his state, and deserved 1799, beggared by law suits and severe billious attack. While you to be so, for he had purchased his losses he moved to Urbana, Ohio. may be quite sick there is much consolation in knowing that rebel : wealth by many a bloody conflict, He himself never repiued. In may be bad by taking three of and by many incredible hardships 1805 he was elected brigadier Chamberlain's Tablets. They But behold the gratitude of his general of the Ohio Militia end in are prompt and effectual. Obone year countrymen. The crafty of- 1810 he joined the Methodist tainable everywhere. fsprings of peace, who slept in the church; in 1813 he was with GovNINE GOVERNORS EXPECT-Eweekly, J year lap of eastern ease and security, ernor Shelby in the battle ef the AT HIGHWAY enwhile this noble pioneer was Thames. In 1820 he moved to during the hardships of the wild- Mad river, where in April 1836 J yrar monthly erness, and braving the gauntlet, in sight of the place where the Southern Appalachian Association years before, and stake, and tomahawk of tht Indians t FIRESIDE, monthly year Planning Lexington ConferIndian to redeem the soil of the proposed to torture him to death, ence For Fall. J year west, creep in when the fight, and he breathed his last, surrounded monthly, toil, and danger are past, and by by his lamily and neighbors, sup- (Special to Louisville Courier Journan dishonorable trick, miserable tech ported by the consolations of the Lexington, Ky., Feb. 10. GovRegular Value ernors from the nine States com nicality. and cunning procedure, gospel. wrest the possession, bought at -Kenton Visits Frankfort in prising the Southern Appalachian forallFive, such a terrible price, from the 1824. At the age of 70, in 1824, Good Roads Association will atgallant, unlettered, Kenton set out on a journey to tend the convention in Lexington man, unversed in the rascality of Frankfort, in tattered garments this fall, according to announceis open to all, old and new He lost his lands and a sorry horse, to endeavor to ment made by U. C. Urabb, ol civilization. acre after acre, the superior skill get-thlegislature, then in ses- Eminence, of the Executive ComIf you are present a subscriber to any of the of the speculator prevailing over sion to release the claim of the mittee, who was in conference above send, us your order and your time will be extended. with H. L. Burch of the simplicity and ignorance of the State on his mountain lands (on here Why not maKe home life really attractive by providing good literature that can hunter. Here the Board of Commerce. The enaccount of taxes due). be enjoyed by all tho family. We have especially prepared this combination to meet What a burning, deep disgrace where he had roved in an unbrok, tire committee will meet in Rich these requirements, and all at a price within reach of everyone desiring the very best to the west, that the hero who had n wilderness in the early day- - mond in May to make plans for convention. About 1200 are suffered so much and fought so now stood a flourishing city, but the Please remember our agreement with these publishers is limited and we reserve the expected to attend the fall con well to win the soil of his glorious he walked up and down its streets, right to withdraw this offer without further notice. Therefore, OUR MOTTO IS: "Take vention. James iVlaret, ot Mt. advantage now while the opportunity is offered you, "cane land" from the savage, an object of curiosity to the boys, Vernon, is vice president for Kenshould, when the contest was a stranger recognized by no one. We can conscientiously recommend this offer to all our readers, and feel satisfied you , ' tucky. It is impossible to send sample copies, but they ended, be compelled to leave it to V generation of people had arisen will, be mo e than delighted with the investment. those who never struck a blow in to people the land which he had THE BEST RECOMENDATION can be seen on display at our office. Call or mail orders to and his old friends and its defense. defended, The strongest recommendation Together with Boone and num companions were gone At length any article may receive is a favorerous other brave old frontier men, General Thomas Fletcher, from able word from the user. It is who bore "the heat and burden of li.ith county, saw and knew him, the recommendation of those who the day", Kenton, like an old shoe, and through his means the old have usad it that makes Chamberwas kicked aside when he was no pioneer was clothed in a decent lain's Cough Remedy so popular Mrs. Amanda Gierhart, Waynes BELLS longer of any use, or had become suit and entertained in a kind and held, Ohio, writes, bhamberlains KPNTIICKIANS BENEFIT IN and to each of her children, Juhet DR. I For your cnlds for your cough. Ohio Fred and John. $500 each. too antiquated for the fashion of becoming manner. When it be- Cough ttemedy has been used in WILL OF i MAN . . for your feverish throat, nose and " came- known that Simon Kenton my family off and on for twenty the times. head, nee Dr. Bell's 'Honey sootheg thoirritationt Kentucky treated her earliest was in town, numbers speedily years and it, has never failed to Stanlord and Mt. Vernon Citizens were different sumo while two quests were to people in England Pine Tar cuts the phlegm, thus cure a cough' or cold." ObtainAre Left Money By John and staunchest defenders scarcely assembled to see the celebrated able everywhere. three io New York. relieving congestion. Pine Tar Harrow so well as they treated their dogs warrior and hunter, and testify also acts as an anticeptic, as a p,A7s7am' ' can everlastSam Cox says he after running down the game their regard for him. He was nilUTCll S New Orleans, La., Feb. 14 Per- - llCUl result general relief follows. ingly thrash the ' party who told she denied them the very offal. taken to the capital and placed in sons in nearly every one ot the , ?nlfa FxtfYnnllv Breathing becomes easier and fur The fate of General Simon Ken- the speaker's chair, ''and then was that he sat down on a pile of tic-- inn.t Ciafoi! naro mnfl hptlfi ther innamation is arrested. In Don't dose delicate little stomachs with sist on Dr Bell's Pine , ton was still more hard than that introduced as" the second great on the railroad yard and went to ficianes ltf the Will ol Jommairow harmful internal medicines. VickWap- of the other fath adventurer of the west to a crowd- sleep. Upon waking up he found admitted to probate in the Civil Salve, applied externaUy, relieves It is an ideal treatment. Price 20c by inhalation as a vapor and by absorption Interest in the various Sunday ers of the west. His body was ed assembly of legislators, judges, the biggest part of his coat tail District1 Court to day .To Mrs. LiU- - throughtthe skin. Tick's can be used Schools of out town continues and missing. "A calf had chawed 'it taken for debt upon the covenants officers of the government, and Stanford, Ky.J freely with perfect safety, on the youngest increased during the past two Hawkins.-o- f off." Sam might recover damage CV P. member of the family. 25c, 50c, or $1.00. .Jm to lands, which he had. citizens generally". in deeds Reports from Sunday to Esther H. --- gj months. trom the Ovvner of the calf but he was left $8,000; in effect, given away, and for This, the- - simple hearted old .Schools throughout the county Leonard, of Mt, Vernon, $600, twelve months he was imprisionedj s give the same pleasant news. wont to call "the proud is afraid of giving his band away. J ( Our Extra Special Combination Offer A that at Here Is Our j Hie SIGNAL Offer D fifty-eigh- CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, THE HOUSEWIFE, FARM & WOMAN'S WORLD, $1.00 .75 .50 .50 Our Special Price, Year simple-hearte- d e THIS GRAND OFFER at J $3.10 j JJ g to-da- . MT.VERNON SIGNAL PINE-TAR-HONE- Y Waka Pine-Tar-H- on be-,e- y , simple-hearte- d ,,,' I Tf J Tar-Hone- v man-wa- fMA iim MILfli k wtmmmtmmmimmmammtamfmmmmmmm Mk.1 i Booster tickets at Fish's. MOHBID CROWD Get it at Fish's and you know Mt. Vernon Ky, Feb. 18, ror6 it is right. DISAPPOINTED ,' TO .THE REPUBLICANS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY: New waist, new Kabo corset. BY EDWARDS up No. 79" wtoen You are called to meet hi a Mass Convention in the Court wan toCommunl' Sutton & McBee. cat with SIGNAL House at Mt. Vernon, Saturday, February 26, 1916, at 1 o'clock "p. Pure German die blue heavy (From The Arizona Republican) m., in obedience to a call of the Republican State Central Committee, overalls for $1.10 at Fish's. H. G. Edwards has pltaded directing that a Mass Convention be held in each of the Counties of New spring lines of ladies' skirts guilty to the crime of construct Kentucky at the above time for the purpose of selecting delegates in the styles you like, at Fish's. lVe rape committed against his to attend the State Convention to beheld in Louisville, Kentucky, We can save vou money on vour daughter, Mina Edwards Reavis on the FIRST day of March, 1916, for the purpose of selecting four (.OUUVIU.C 4, N ASHVIILC R. R. CO. spring clothing. Sutton & McBee. He will be sentenced at 1:30 Delegates and four Alternate Delegates from the State at Large to o'clock Saturday afternoon. the National Convention of the Republican party, to be held in ChiT ME TABLE. Call at the Pioneer Drug Store The notorious case attracted cago, on Wednesday, the 7th, day of June, 1916, and for the purpose 22 uortn 5.07 p m tor Classy Toilet Articles, and take men and women bent on hearing of nominating two Electors from the State at Large, to be voted for 24 north 3:56 am a drink at our fountain. the unpleasant details of a sensa at the election to be held on November 7, 1910. 23 south n:48 a m Next Monday the Fiscal Court tional affair. The court room was Also in obedience to a call of the Republican Committee of the 21 South 12:13 a m will receive bids for building crowded. Every seat was taken Eleventh Congressional District for the purpose of selecting Delethe and men crowded the back of the gates to attend the Republican Convention to be held in London, Jas. Landrum, Agent. pike from here to Livingston. room until it was hardly possible Kentucky' on Tuesday, February 29, 1916, atone o'clock p. m. for Phone No. 8. Bradlev Burdette bought two for the lawyers and interested the purpose of electing two District Delegates and two Alternate Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoce calves from M. G. Fish and one parties to fight their way inside Delegates to the National Republican Convention aforesaid, and for as second-clas- s mail matter. from J.W. Parsons at fancy prices. the bar. There was disappoint the purpose of electing one member of the Republican State Central Jailor Winstead bought a fine ment on the faces of many of Committee, and for the further purpose of nominating one Elector PERSONAL two-yea- r old bav horse from Prof. them when the man pleaded to be vted for at the November Election, 1916. D. G. Bullock, of Hansford, for guilty. But, though they were Master William Brittou has At said Mass Convention the election of Committeemen for $125.00. cheated out of hearing the Rockcastle County shall be had, which election shall be held by the been on the sick list. Neal Parrett vill start work at testimony, they were given the same officers who conduct the election of Delegates to the State ConCharley Thompson was over once on the brick 3o by dramatic moment' they craved vention and the form of voting for the selection of suclT Delegates irom Lancaster Sunday. W. M. Poynter was in Stanford 60 for J M. Brown on corner when the State announced that and Countv Committeemen shall be by viva voce voting, and the said Edwards had attempted to escape Mass Convention for the election of Committeemen for Rockcastle Richmond street near depot. Wednesday on business. jail. County shall be held at the same time and place at which the DeleW. G McBee has his material Atty. and Mrs. J. W. Brown On various grounds, B. E. gates are elected to said State and District Conventions, which elechave been in Louisville since Mon- bought and just as soon as winter .Marks, counsel for the defendant, tion of Committeemen has been ordered by the Republican Commit breaks, contractor S. T. Proctor day. asked for a month's continuance. tee of this, Rockcastle Countv. All Republicans are urged to attend Logan Ping and W. H. Cress, ot will begin work on Mr. McBee's He pleaded that his client was unthis Mass Convention, "the West side were in town Mon- residence on lot next to .Presbvte-ria- able to speak, and in recognition L. W. BETHURUM, Chairman. church. day on business. of his constitutional rights a post A. G. LOVELL, Secretary. Rev. J. B. Bicknell, orominent ponement should be granted. Tom Taylor was in Lebanon Tuesday to attend the burial of his citizen and clergyman, of Berea, County Attorney Gandy replied brother-in-ladied Sunday from cancer of the that the prosecution ;could prove E Nicholson. J W. Van Winkle was in Berea stomache. Rev. Bicknell that he could both speak and Monday to attend the funeral of known in this county where hear. "He is shamming," said he had preached. He married a Mr. Gandy. his J. B. Bicknell. daughter of J. W. Van Winkle, of "The condition of his mind has Brinkley Latham and John Ran this place years ago. not permitted him to.prepare for dolph, of the Plato section, left Bloomington, 111. here Monday for KENTUCKIAN WOUNDED. trial," argued Mr. Marks. for your money, be sure the "If he had been as intent upon Miss Stewart, of Langdon Mem OTTAWA, Feb. 14th. Private the you get the goods orial, was called to Knoxville James Bryant, of Blake, Owsley preparing for trial as in . attemptattend the burial county, Ky., has been wounded ing to escape jail, he would .be Tuesday night to Label. and his left leg amputated, ac- ready now," replied Mr. Gandy. of a Iriend. The court then called a twenty-fiv- e who in- cording to the overseas casualty Jesse Malone, the-maminute conference of attorstalled the plant of the Mt Ver- list made public by the Militia neys. Aftet the recess Mr. non Power Co., was here first of Department. Marks asked for a hearing on the the week for a couple of days. The Brewer Entertainers, fourth question of Little See Come In Edwards' sanity. Rob McKenzie, who entered number, of the Lyceum Course, This was denied and on jthe grounds Do. Cash law school at Lexington, returned were heard by a large and apprethat there had be'eri insufficien t last week very sick, and has not ciative audience. Each of the showing to doubt his 8a1 Will pay cents for sanity. been able to leave hit room until other numbers were high class, Judge Stanford then asked if Black yesterday. but as nearly every one apprecithe defendant, cared to change his ates good music, it must be con- plea from not guilty Geo. fci. Fisher, all standard J cents to guilty. y ceded that the musical ot Monda of Middlesboro, is here The court was cbmpelled to insame dimensions. with friends. Mr. Fisher lived at night was the best yet. The last struct the clerk to write the mesw .w vb gSCSJg-jJSww-psm w..xrA. ji w 1 Orlando, this county, about twen- number of the course will be sage, and in turn Edwards wrote March 31st, 30? Httort ty years ago. that he'desired to plead guilty. ieadihgod.Ttttegis Mrs. P. Benton, of Oklahoma, FISH REVENUE COLLECTOR. "Sign your name," wrote the H. spent a few days first of thejweek, W. S. Fish, of Stanford, on the clerk. with friends in Mt. Vernon. She day he was taken to Louisville to picked up the pen and was here looking after some bus- undergo an operation for stomach with a flourish signed "H. G. Ednrrmiom-rsr- s 2XZ iness matters. wards." trouble, received an appointment Washington, Feb. 12.- -In adver- - Toxfcation'Is GUARDIAN ASKED Mrs. H. C. Gentry, who has as a deputy internal revenue ct i.sements issued touav iur uius. been very sick for a time, is out under the narcotic act to Early yesterday morning just Self Poisoning, upon contracts for providing aerial again and says she feels as well, if fill the vacancy caused by the res as the case weut to trial a petition mail service, Postmaster General not better, than at any time within ignation of Dr. W. N. Craig. Mr. was filed asking the court to ap Burleson gives manufacturers of Few Realize Causes of this Form 2XX TXZ the last six months. Fish had the strong indorsement point A. A. Trippel guardian of of Ailment. aeroplanes and hydroplanes opE. Nicholson, of Lebanon, died of Senators Beckham and James the minor children of Edwards portunity to meet practical tests Mr. Trippel is the son of Eugene Mr. and Congeessman Helm. suddenly Sunday night. Fow realize whara great num as regular carriers of the United indicate and justify us All signs Trippel, of the land commission Miss Maggie Nicholson married States mails. The bids are to be ber of people, among those who Miss Roberta Purcell royally aud was city a will be the official of Tucson to predict Taylor, sister of Tom and Will opeued May 12, and October 1, live in such cities as this, suffer entertained Misses Celia Walton;-Ethe- l for several years". He has had thirTaylor, of this county, some next is named as the date for be- from autointoxication. This Hines and Cuba Bailey at n greatest year of prosperity in the business interests in Phoenix ty years ago. dltion, which has caused so much ginning service. week ends house party at the more recently. nor history of old Rockcastle county Mrs. Si Daily, who has been country home of her grand parents The action is taken both to im- discussion, is nothing more The petition sets forth that the very sick at the home of her Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Purcell, better prove maif service and to stimu less than a slow self poisoning of plentiful, labor scarce Edwards children are entitled to It is the very daughter, Mrs. McDowell, at East known as "Mammy Susie" and late the development of the sci- vital organs. legacies ot George Livesay to the for Booster Bernstadt for several weeks, was "Pa Purcell." Besides the elaboence of aviation in the United foundation of many ailments. amount of $2,5CO. The estate is When the organs become weakbrought home on a cot Saturday rate table, nice fresh apples States because of its close relation Get on board while the Going's unbeing administered in Kentucky still in a very serious condition. to the general question of military ened from any couse they aro and nuts were served in abun- at Good and get your share of the accumulathe present time. Their mothJim Prewitt, son of James dance. Messrs Coimar and Lewis preparedness. In view of Philan able to throw off the "puer Laura B. Edwards, who died Prewitt, living on the Richmond McCall, Robert and Cecil Purcell, thropic efforts already begun toJS tions of waste matters. The line is profits begin to road, is very low of typhoid fever helped to make the evenings more January 2, 1913, left an estate of nance undertakings which involve trefactive germs soon Call and $ee us. $2,500. deadly work and the in a hospital in Hamilton, Ohio. pleasant and enjoyable. The girls more general use of aeroplanes, get id their Edwards is said to be heavily finally is a direct victim His brother. Walker Prewitt, was singing. "This is the life for us.' such as that of maintaining an sufferer involved financially and the propright in his in Hamilton Sunday looking after aerial patrol of the Atlantic and of poisons generated Miss Esther Staverson enter- erty of the mother and the intersystem. Pacific coasts as an adjunct of the own him. tained with a Valentine party Sat- est in the estate in Kentucky are Among the common resnlts of Coast suard. it is believed that Mrs. R. G--. Williams underwent urday evening. The following the only source of provision are jaundice for the capital will be raised to make tqis a successful operation in Cincin- were present: Misses Ardl'la the children. A guardian 2old, constipation, indigesmust tests in the postal service. The hard nati Monday for appendicitis. Brown, Thelma Mullins, Connie be appointed, since Edwards No. 39 food, bilis advertisements cover one mail tion and fermenting of The relatives and friends of Judge Mullins, Dessie Thompson, Carrie not capable of acting. iousness, sick headaches, backroute across Buzzard's Bay and and Mrs. Williams in Rockcastle Hysinger, Louise ,Hy singer, May with them such a weight of re Nantucket Sound, in Southern aches, diarrhea, dizziness,, pains will be glad to bear of the splend Hystngen Joe Davis, Ethel DaABRAHAM LINCOLN, SIXsponsibility as the world never Massachusetts, and seven routes in the kidney region and nervousLANGDON NOTES. id results. TEENTH PRESIDENT OF vis, Emma Davis and Flossie witnessed before, he filled the vast in Alaska. If such service is ness. Cashier W. L. Richards accom Staverson. Messers Fred THE UNITED STATES, The Woman's Club met at the space allotted him in the eyes and proven feasible and reliable over Tanlacis designated, especially panied the remains of Miss Cassie John. Lair, Victor Price, Dormitory' last ThursdayV-T- he BORN. FEBRUARY 12, 1809. actions of mankind, is to say that these routes a gradual expansion to' combat this condition of conFurnish to Warsaw, where the Clay Thompson, Henry Hopkins subject for the afternoon was about by autohe was inspired by God, for noother routes upon which gestion brought burial took place yesterday. The Howard Hopkins, Fred Shivel, Dutch Aft. Papers were read (Waterson on Lincoln.) else could he have acquir- present means of transportation intoxication. Its properties as a Born aslowly as the Son of God where deceased was an aunt of Mrs. W. Wade Hysinger, Murphv White-bead- , by Miss ( Pan Sparks and Miss and invigorant tends to ed the wisdom and the virtue. are slow and inadequate will follow tonic in a hovel; reared in penury, squaL. Richards and made her home Chas. L. Davis, Austin Sta- Stewart!" Where did Shakespeare get his the Postmaster General announc-ts- . thiowoff the poisons and to spur with Mr. A. T. Furnish at Brod-hea- d verson and Cecil Weiderholt. The Langdon girls enjoyed the lor, with no gleam of light Gor fair genius? Where did the organs back to nteded efforts, Mozart get where she died. In the past ten years United without graces, Refreshments were served. moving pictures Friday evening-- . surroundings, in short, to clean them and make music? Whose hand smote the States mails have been carried by They went as the guests of Dr. actual or accquired; without name lyre of LOCAL the Scottish plowman, and aeroplanes many times, but; never them normal again. The good roads bond issue in Pennington. or fame or official training; it was" automobilist it might be stayed the life of the German over authorized mail I To an New Spring suits for men and Harlan county carried eight to one. Bertha Gentry has been con reserved for this strange being, priest? God, God, and God alone; regularlyUsually acts as a spark routes. such feats have said that Tanlac One line of their road will connect fined to her room, by illness young men at Fish's. life, to be snatched from for late in aud as surely as these were raised been incidental features of fairs plug in the human mechanism. Harlan with the Dixie-BoonThe several days. obscurity, raised to supreme Nunnally's Chocolate (the best) It starts the vital engines and up bv God, inspired amount of the bond issue is $25o, The, Faculty of, the Graded command at a supreme moment, Abraham Lincoln; by God, was and expositions, and have merely then keeps them going at a propat Pioneer Drugstore. and a thousand involved trips in good weather 000. The mountains of Kentucky School was entertained at dinner aud entrusted with the destiny of years heuce no drama, no trage- from the postoffice to the fair erly regulated speed. New spring Clotbcraft suits for are coming into their own "a at the Dormitory. a nation. Saturday even-inTalacmaybe obtained in Mt. dy, no epic poem will be filled grounds. Sutton & McBee. men. place in the sun."-- Harlan is the The grat leaders of his party, Vernon, at the drug store of Chas. with greater wonder, 'or be followLadles' spring suits and coats banner county in road bond elecMiss Stewart was called to the most experienced and accom C. Davis, also at Central DrugJCo. ed by mankind with deeper feelRECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR. plished public men of the day, now on display at Sutton & McBee's tions. It set the pace a few dtys Knoxville on Wednesday to d ing than thatwhich tells the story To halt pint of water add 1 oz. Bay Livingston, and John Robins' since when it brought home the Compound, the funeral of Miss Mont- were made to stand aside, were Fish's are showing some snap- bacon. The score stood more life and death (Peroration Rum.U. a small box of Barbo to the hair drug store, Brodhead, W. M. and or. of glycerine. Apply rear, while this fantas- of his py new Spring Suits for men and than eight for to one against good gomery's lather. Miss Montgom- sent toahe Un- twice a week unUl It becomes the desirea Owens' store, Burr, Ky., where its of ery is the principal of the Laura tic figure was led by unseen ionaddress beforethe Lincoln shade. Any druggist can put this up or young men. cost. roads. The mountains have never at ,the Chicago Auditorium, you can mix It at home at very UtUe com propertie are cheerfully explain School, Concord, hands to the front and given the February FuU dlrecUons for making and us callers. such an awakening on the Sunderland wUl ed to all 12,lal5; Most every merchant in Mt. had In each box of Barbo Compound. It gray reins of power. It is immaterial benefits of good highways as it North Carolina. gradually darken streaked, faded xc- -t Vernon has something special to has had within the past year. wnetner we were tor nim or hair, and removes dandruff. It is harsh Ojry fn. faiiine- hair and TrtU make offeriyou Ask about Other eastern counties win soon See Fish's spring suits before against him; wholy immaterial. FOR FLETWEIt'S hair oft and elossy. It will not color the J , f moHErs & follow in the footsteps of .Harlan. you buy. it. scalp. Is Hot sticky or greasy, tad does st That, during four years, carrying ML VERNON SIGNAL MASS CONVENTION 79 79 " -- - m -- and young men do not wear our Fish Label on the outside but some. how or other you can tell it's there. MEN A LABEL two-stor- y that speaks n w was-we- ll WANTEDfmRS-np- s son-in-la- Black and White Oak Cross Ties delivered on the following yards: wear or anything to wear and want most with Fish having. If you want clothes, shoes, hats, neck- so plain as that and always says the right thing is worth n LIVINGSTON, HAZEL PATCH, PINE HILL, MULLINS, BRUSH CREEK, LANGFORD,, WILDIE, CONWAY. ROUNDSTONE, 30 7in.x8in.x ft. Oak. ASK YOUR FRIENDS And What A Will 50 fot No. White to-da- ak, l. HARMOUNT TIE & LUMBER CO. C. RICE, Agent. tj u Ed-var- ds THE CASH STORE r NOTICE that J916 kt m Work Ask us " Tickets' Our Drugs Yours Respectfully, CHAS. C. DAVIS LEADING DRUGGIST auto-intoxicati- Phone Mc-Ferro- n, to-ma- ny e. g. at-ten- w. Ohildren J . eASTORUA m - ChWdrn Cry rabsst m mm. '' ' mm .' " CASTORIA .rsUSC -- TJtiA LT-- -r "JIV .5. T., .?'' - V. - ,J -- 5 v .L liilLijIsiiijII ?iA.lji!TJJ!iiJi'gai sfe J . MMktHMnM . 'Vviv'-- A " V.'-w- r - -- ...?- N- - CLOSING DAYS PROMISE RUSH tended to vote for state-wid- e feven though he knew It to be contrary to the platform, because he had promised his constituents to support It, 6oTerncr ADVERTISEMENT FORBIDS Weilmul . " rev iSSSiNk a3io."v. RW jftetCoHtenfal5:FlaiaBr&M SptS3 :&te WB IteaB ;;. CAST For Infants and f .. a man against his enemy. He told mile biris will be received on the work as a whole, or fir dar In House Republicans Makp that it was a frameup by those opposed to state-wid- e Bids will also he received on grf:dint and maearidinizu g separately. prohibition. Plans for State Convention March 1. The state-wid- e prohibition amend- of said road separately, ir the samt divisions out The said ment is dead for the present session Fiscal Court reserves the right to reject any and h bid. of the legislature, having been defeatBefore contracts are bindiug on the first parties they must reFrankfort, Ky. (Special) With the ed by the Senate. closing of the 1916 session of the ceive the approval of the Commissioner ot Public Roads. Each bid The Woman Suffrage constitutional Kentucky Legislature near at hand amendment providing for the people must be accompanied by cash or certified check, payable at sight to there is much speculation as to what to vote of the question of whether the order of the County Treasurer for 5 per cent of the amount o bills will be passed to remedy business women shall vote or not was brought the proposal, which check shall be held until the execution of the conditions. It was expected that more out of the hands of the Committee in contract. would be accomplished in the early th House of Representatives despite Before the contract is awarded, the suceessful bidder will be retheir days of the present sessfon, but a 51 to unfavorable report, by a vote of quired to furnish a bond equal to the amount of the proposal for1 the 40. great deal of time was taken up over The vote of the Committee stood faithful performance of the work in accordance with the aforesaid the Pike County division, prohibition 5 to 4 in favor of killing the bill, but plans and specifications. All work to be done under the direction and supervision of the and woman suffrage, neither of which Representative Hobbs. of Lexington. author of the bill, moved that notwith- State Road department. have made any headway towards bestanding the unfavorable report, the By Order of the Fiscal Court of Rockcastle County. ing enacted. bill be given its first reading and It appears that State-widprohibi- placed in the calendar. He made a tion has been put to sleep for all this brief speech in favor of the bill and Clerk Rockcastle Fiscal court. session, being defeated in both the Representative Odie Duncan, of Henderson, spoke against it. House and the Senate. The galleries of the House were fill The bill for the proposed Stanley ed with women long before the time X fifa$3G&piQtoJku!.JU county laid on the table in. the Sen to vote on the motion and were ate, is not expected to be brought up at their success in having it placed in the calender. again. c OF THE FISCAL COURT OF ROC KOAlSTLE' COUNTY: atSked He made charges that a Sealed to of Rockcastle General Assembly Passed maid lat k hotel in Frankfort chamber- County for proposals addressed thatthe Fiscal Court leading to the has the construction of part of the road cused Representative Harvey of ap- Ky It. proaching her Few' Bills Session To stretched handsin his room with out- - Laurel County line from Mt. Vernou, Road, between will Vernon and No. 78, Livingston, Ky., .mown as State Aid be received several weeks ago. The accusation was invest isated up to noon February 2 1st, 1910, and will be publicly opened and read Close in Three Weeks thoroughly by Police Judge W. C. Henrdon and Policeman R. L. Quire at 2 o'cock, p m.on s.id date. The plans and specifications for at the time said that the statements said road may be seen at the office of the Clerk of ihe Rockcastle made by the woman were not sufficent County Court in Mt. Vernon, having been approved by the Fiscal STATE-WID- E DEFEATED to issue a warrant. ot Pu'mu Roads, Harvey branded the statements of Court of Rockcastle County and the Commi-sionPumphrey as a black falsehood de- and bids must be for the work done in accordace with said p'aus and liberately and maliciously planned by specifications. The road is approximate nine miles Woman Suffrage is Placed on Calena'c-- 1 " er asing, OFFICE jt s-- e S. F. BOWMAN. ' Lots of sickness in this vicinity fatev- mcvt'v ens hgs betp very sick for the past weekbnt is iraprovfhg.-r- Mrs J. M. Cummins visited her son. Morriicai Cummins, Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Dessie Brown viBiied her parents near Mr and Mrs. Clarence Monday Henry Carter are rejoicing over the arrival of a baty boy. Miss Jewel Abbott visited her sister, Mrs. Dannie McGraw, this week, Brown visited at Tom Brown's last. Sundav afternoon, I wonder why. Er.iest Cummins left Sunday for Detroit, Mich., to visit his brot er VV. H. Cum- mins, who has lived there some time. J. M Craig bought a bunch of hogs in the glades Thursday. Miss Isabel Ping and Miss Cellaring were at Walnut Grove, last week having some dental work done. Henry Price and wife and son Dawson, will soon leave for Stanford where they are expected to remain for a while Bro. Hutchins failed to fill his regular appointment at Pop.ai Grove Saturday. Virgil Brown and Ben Bradley were in Eubanks Saturday. ericr-WrarEatherinc Mothers Knu, CASTORIA 2nC :T3V. MW Kseoi Genuine Gast ': . TttJTJ CPVE AVeetablcrtcpaiauoiiiuii" o,r,ii nKnrt iheToodanlBegtiu . u" Ch-trli- e imritlicSfmnactisanuBcwtiscf Always Bears the ,, -i- - ffimfflt Signature of ? DCSsandEKtConfauBBfl "NWn "NARCOTIC. OpiuinIorpimenmxuu! lxi W jtfrsaucsmuin was I b V1 M a j ,Jrrr.Qtic. - In . - msm I AperpSdyforCrf; tion.Sourromau rji. fcglft fT I 4i Usr For Ovo ssss? HSft W - lOSSur..:, STEW CJdnataCOl. 3 &m uSi HECCffi3SWI Exact Copy of Wrapper. Thirty Yesrs jub-lila- nt &XJapC$ j i The Impeachment Committee decided to make two reports to the House on the petition for the impeachment of J. E. Williams, Judge of q. Creary County. The majority report, signed by the Democratic members will recommend the impeachment.. The minority report, submitted by Re Out of respect to the memory of presentative White, of Marion County, Abraham Lincoln, both branches ad- tne sole Republican member on the journed over Saturday, February 12th, committee, will recommend the petition be dismissed. his birthday. The first thing Governor Stanley did after the State-widprohibition amendment was defeated, was to call Attorney-Genera- l M. M. Logan, Auditor liobert L. Greene and Treasurer Sherman Goodpastor into conference, with a view to legislation which it is intended to liquidate the State debt of three million dollars. The first thing to be done is to secure the passage of a bill under whicn provision may be made for decreasing the amount of interest now being paid e -- Woman suffrage unfavorably reported in both the House and the Sen ate, but brought out in the lower body over the committee by a majority vote and placed on the calendar, appears to be certain of defeat. The usual scramble at the eleventh hour is expected by those who have carefully watched the proceedings of this and many previous sessions of the Kentucky lawmakers. GRANVILLE OWENS I Rs " Hill -. CASTORIA TMI CINTAUR COMPANY. HCW YORK CITY " February weather has been so Without debate dr roll call, the Preparedness program by President Wilson was endorsed by the Senate, a he Joint resolution was introduced by Senator Booles, of Spencer County. UNERTAKER Ky LINE Brodhead COMPLETE Coffins, Caskets and Robe Mail, Telegraph or TMe : phone orders Promptly Filled 38fc3e xDoQr - -- $ bad that very, little plowing has been donend some of our farmers are not through gathering last years 'corn crop. yet. The singing being conducted at Red Bud is proving a wonderful success. Rev,. Soward filled his regular appointment at Rose Hill Saturday night and Sunday. The one year old infant of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spoonamore is very sick. State of Ohio, City ot Toledo, Lucus County, ss. Frank J.. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F. f. Cheney & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, county and-stat- e aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Cat arrh Cure. F. J, Cheney. Sworn to . before me and sub scribed in my presencs, this 6th day of December A. D. 1886. A.' W. Gleason, (Seal) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is ftaken in ternally and acts thru the blood on the mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials free F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O bold by ail druggists, 75c. Hall'sFamily Pills for constipation The Man With Million A The Stricklett-Pickebill. passed by bth branches of the General Assembly, was the first signed by Governor Stanley and will become a law. January 1, 1917. It is the first of the Democratic platform measures to become a law. tt anti-nass WANTED Brandenburg. The State Board of Equalization "has been organized with W. M. Duncan, of Lawreuccburg, as chairman, and W. D. Mason, of Lancaster, Chief Clerk. The Assistant Clerks are E. P. Peterson, of Campbellsville and C. E. Mattingly, of the State on its outstanding warrant. A committee of'the Kentucky Bank ers' Association will assist in the preparation of this bill. Several of the leading bankers of the" State have already consulted with Governoi &taniey regarding the matter, and ad ministration officials are optimistic concerning the likelihood of eliminating the debt. Leaders declare that the future of the Democratic party in Kentucky depends in a great measure upon it. j by EITHEFf IRED OR WHITE TIMBER Delivered Along the L. & IV. Jo "iX Auto Spokes SIZES: J 000 pieces SPLIT HICKORY 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 y OUT business and is pre pared to care for it. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Peoples Bank !i m "if I The Duncan Administration bill to amend the text' book adoption law to provide th'aCnot more than three subjects of study shall be changed at any one year was recommitted with leave to bring it forth at any time. This bill has passed the Senate and will be substituted for the House Bill. solons are beginning to take stock now that the session of the General Assembly is more than half over. Every man who has a bill that he relies on to pass in order to square himself with his constituents is beginning to figure on how he can get it through the legislative maze that now confronts him. There will likely be some fancy "Jockeying from now on, and all sortr of arguments will be brought to beai by the anxious solons to get their measures advanced before the time when they must trust to the tender mercies of the Rules Committee. TJfce Secretary ot State Lewis has Charles J. Howes, who hag been acting as Assistant Secretary of State, to hold until March 15th, or until his successor is appointed and approved by the Governor. The Court of Appeals. In an oDinion by Judge Turner, upheld the position or btate Auditor Greene and Attorney General Logan, refusing to allow the salaries of the portor and seven steno graphers for the month of January in the office of V. O. Gilbert, State Superintendent of Public Schools. The Court suggested that the General Assembly alone has power to appropriate public money to that purpose. Gilbert says that he will appeal to the legislature for help and a bill to that effect will be Chrashed out. 21, 16 in, long, $5.00 per 21 x 3, 16 in. long, $13.00 per 1000 pieces 3x33o 16 in. long, $16.00 per 1000 pieces when notified. Timber must be clear of all defects. Our Mr. O. V. Jarrett will make inspections BLiBooo 0-0-- 0 BBSS Yours Very Truly, STANDARD prohibition was defeated in the House of Representatives failing to receive the necessary three-fifth- s State-wid- e by six votes. The vote stood 54 for submission and 40 against During the debate on this measure In the House trouble arose between Representative W. B. Harvey, of Dixon, Webster county, and Representative J. D. Pumphrey, of Flem-ingebur- Speaking in support of the measure. Representative Harvey resented a statement that a Democratic member who Toted for the bill wa8 a bolter. He referred to the Democratic convention at Louisville last year as not representing the real sentiment of the party, He crlticied Governor Stanley Court. harshly and accused him of deceiving The State Excise Commission bill, the drys jy certain lnou'.itles as to )ils which has been proposed by the . ,.,.,..., -' attitude ro Governor as a substitute for tho s When was not introduced. gained The "forfeiture act" has btvjn r fed trobi. ported unfavorable in the Senate. --mea-sure- Two bills designed to enforce the Sunday closing law in Kenton and Campbell Counties passed the House without serious opposition after much trouble was experienced in getting them placed on the calender and through the necessary readings before a vote was taken. The bills were introduced by Representative Greene, of Carrollton. The representatives from Kenton and Campbell Counties fought valiantly to defeat the measures. The first measure is known as the "common nuisance injunction act," It provides any place where liquor is sold in violation of law shall be considered a common nuisance and provides for the abatement of such nuicanees by injunction. Upon the affidavits of three credlt-fbl- e citizens of any community that uch a nuisance exists, the Attorney General of Kentuckv Is rprm!? in Institute an action to enjoin the nul- sance perpetually. The second bill passed s a "forfeiture act." This measure provides any saloon keeper who violates the law shall forfeit his license, and that no such saloon keeper shall ever be granted another license. The most drastic feature of the bill is tho section which gives jurisdiction in all cases under the act to the Franklin Circuit Court upon the affidavit cf two creditable witnesses that there has been a violation of the law. Either side may appeal to the Appellate By John F. Fisher, Mgr. WHEEL CO. 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