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Mount Vernon signal: March 3, 1916 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1916 mou1916030301_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: March 3, 1916 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Published Every Friday VOLUME XXIX . Mmnt MT. VERNON, Established 1887 COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 3. 1916 NUMBER 20 ROCKCASTLE Exr : JEXL VTB clock. The Junior supper given here by the Jr.0. 13. A. M. was a grand success. There were sxz sxs: WANTED k :!EXZ 8 5i 8 BUY EARLY THE effect of the great war on Men's Clothing will be felt this spring still more next fall. than ever, to protect our customer against poor fabrics pendable We have had to buy with greater care and discrimination That's why we appreciate having a line of medium-price- d clothes for men and young men jthat is absolutely deClothcraft 8 Every piece of cloth that enters the factory is tested mechanically to determine its strength and chemically to prove its ingredients. This is but the first of a long series of safeguards that protect Clothcraft values But donrt wait too long, there'll be greater demand this spring for nationally known value like Clothcraft. Buy early o Hi fussm.fflmfflm&mmm keg u s ClothcraftClothes$i0to$20 SAJTTON & IVlcBEE JZEESSL"?at orn present from Mt. Vernon and Well February is gone and other towns and all report asplen-spr'n- g will soon be here. In a did t me. short time the spring sunshine will DANGERS OF DRAFT come, the iarmers will begin to Dralts feel best whe we are hot master up their tools and hitch they are up the old roan horse and begin and perspiring, just when most danger. .us and thereultis' to scatter the oats and grass seed, rNeuraigiu. oiui ne k, o"ie ivi us IRED and the birds will begin to warble, cles or sometimt-an attack of L. & N- In such caNes ap flowers bloom and the earth will Rheumatism. swell with swe?t peiiume, the ply Sloan's Liniment It stttnu lates circulation to the sore aud cows will begin to roam over the painful part. The blood flows per 1000 pieces 21, 16 int long, hills in quest of green vegetation. Ireely and in a short time the stiff- II Then will come the convention, ness and pain leaves. Those suf- 21 per 1000 pieces 3; 16 in. long, and Wilson will be nominated and fering fromNeuralgieor Neuralgic Headache will find one or two apall things will move on lovely. per 1000 pieces 35, 16 in. long, plications of Sloan's Liniment will 3 L. H Rice has been changed give grateful relief. The agoniz be clear of all defects. trom here to Paris and given a ing pain gives way to a tingling regular job braking and some one sensation of comfort and warmth will make inspections is shedding tears. Rev. Masters, and'vuiet rest and sleep is possi when notified. ot Corbin has closed a series of ble. Good for Neuritis too. Price 25c. at your Druggist. meetings at the Christian church. If we had lots of just such preachers the devil sure would have to go out of business. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. 'A'be Evans, that had his leg so badly cut, is rapidly improving. -- Ed Nashville Chattanooga Herd is working a few days at East Bernstadt. Mr. and Mrs. Link Is Blocked b'red Baker visited Mrs. Baker's J parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Tourists May Be Sent Over Ponder, of this place Sunday. Ky Eastern Way- Uncle Pete Brvant is very low md not expected to live but a ihort time. Charley Harris, of COMPLETE LINE A special dispatch from ChattaVirginia, was here a few days ago nooga appeared in Monday's CourCoffins, Caskets and Robes en route to Cincinnati. Mrs. Sam ier Journal, with the above heading Mail, C'l:fi)i lellard is the new "hello girl" at at top of the in column of matter phone orders Promptly X the exchange now. Dr. W. T. the message. "Facing the prosw rayx, Thomas Jones, C. E. and Filled pect of having to route the Dixie Rice aud John N. ClarK Highway travel on CH the eastern di.vere summoned to London court vision of the highway from IndiaTuesday. Mr and Mrs. Ben napolis to Cincinnati and thence rriffin will go to housekeeping in outh through the Blue Grass the Drummond property on Main (Lexington, Richmond, Mt.Ver S ' S I EITHER Auto Spokes SIZES" SPLIT HICKORY s OR WHITE TIMBER DeSiveredSAIong the I $5.00 x x $3.00 x $6.00 Timber must Mr. O. V. Jarrett Our DIXIE HIGHWAY Yours Very Truly, ROUTE INDOUBT STANDARD By John F. Fisher, Mgr. WHEEL CO. i 8 x :'. jcqpi.ica3Pa: 3toMM; SEANVILLE OWENS j. UNERTAKER Brodhead -- i c8e33c& &a&3$3$& street Mt. Vernon Signal )$ Tri-Wee- kly Wednesday.--Mrs- . C. -- U Trv A GOOD BILL. W. J. Sparks, of Mt. Vernon, head of the Eastern Route of the Dixie Highway, and one of tlie promoters of the scenic Souther' automobile tour, is m Frankfort in the interest of good roads leg islation. One of the bills Mr Sparks pat ticularly h urging, gives the Statt Road Commissioner authority t designate the route for State air when the Fiscal Court can not or will not select one. Mr. Spark-sai- d that Knox, Laurel and Rock castle are being delayed by reason of Fiscal Court disagreemant over the roads to be improved, and Laurel has been-- held back nearly a year. It frequently occurs, he said, that local influence almost compels a magistrate to hold out tor the improvement of some unimportant section of a road that passes some body's farm, while other Magistrates are subjected to pressure in other quarters'and among them they would fritter a, bond issue away on patch work to the neglect of the" main thoroughfares. He said he believed many Magistrates would be glad- - to have this relief mwiUmpmmJHI L Sgftaft f "fJ gygngSSji MlSBiEfflR?! i ft X y lQ3qfc?8e Ofc30$Afc tXiQoQv, jcrRiay poDC$D n30Qfe.3 ?g30C30C: 4qXX Blanford, after a few days visit with relatives in Louisville has returned home. Thomas Moore, .vho has been living at Butler, has noved his family back to Living ingston. Little John Thomas vlullins is spending a few days with his grand parents, Mr. and Jrs. T. B. Lair. Mrs. G. V. Calloway is spending ft-i days with relatives in Paris. Mrs. Samuel Ward is visiting relatives in Lebanon Junction this week.-r-- A little child of Mr. and Urs:George Arnold has been very lick for a tew days. J. W. Hig-in- s who has been very sick for a iew days is able to leave his room tgain. Miss Mae Evans was quite sick at school at Mt. Vernon and had to return home nut at present she is much better. -- Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gray, after i five months stay with relatives in California, have returned home. -J- udge S D. Lewis, of Mt. Vernon, was in our town Tuesday. John Sebum has purchased a farm up Rockcastle river and moved his family there, and I. W. Catlin w A. non, London, Corbin, Cumberland Gap) and Cumberland mountains, f JONAS McKENZIE $ THE OLD RELIABLE J!i-P:S oof5rkw ' pepex QDJ: t:?Kqpe nar iScaSoe, 2fc3cr '' f11 A linn n 5UUU niic Ul .. a --os-Vv Afc 7r g --tl- General Merchandise .- rrrH D& V ex . - .A, j vPv iMZTr1 TrwWA; y cx-rafr-- Farm Implements dfeadftx 3&3G&ac4&&L-r&- PQPPQXX " The bill-give- s the"!Fiscal Court r -- SSnrSSrr&VrrX!r1Xri SSnoe8gDor IScST W full freedom to act; but when the Magistrates'disagree or a percentage of the citizens unite.in petitioning for a "certain route, the Road Commissioner is 'made referee. (State Journal, F.rankfort.) WBEN TO TAKE CHA&TBKR-- - LAIN'S TABLETS. lll85 8B -- "agg .SfrgrKS ; s, .f; a'ii.'fef' ''-- ' 'VS'.'Sg-a'ys- a UNDERTAKES Our line of Oouch Casket is unexcellJand-mad- e - III ' )ffins mrnislied "o learse sent be County all parts oi When you feel dull and s,tupid after eating. "When constipated or bilious. When you have a sick headache. When you have asour stomach; When you belch after eating. When you have indigestion. When nervous or despondent. When yeu have no relish for your meals. When your liver is torpid. Obtainable everywhere. All j jrdars S Dy Hire Promptly Filled W. A. M COX, i CASTOR I A Tor Infants and Children, The Kind You Havi Always Bears the Signature of Bivfit Phone 94-- . VERNON, KY. Iff " yfjSmT w "i"i because two or three counties between Chattanooga have not lined up to their pledges to the Dixie Highway Association at the time the highway was designed Unless these counties give positive guarantee that they will taue care of their section of the highway, the directors of the Association at their meeting in Macon, Ga., on March 25th, will be asked to re locate the highway between those points. The Chattanooga Club, which was largely responsible for the Dixie Highway movement - planning an extensive publicity campaign, directing tourists Irom the North over the eastern division of the .highway from Cincinnati to Chattanooga, which has been amply provided for, until such a time when the Nashville-Chattanoog- a road is ready for travel." is up to the caunties of RockIt castle. Laurel and Knox to "get a hustle" on, and do about forth with. This is an oportunity tha should not be overlooked to catch has moved into the property vatnis ;reat flow of travel, which can cated by Mr. Seburn. Mi. and be done by the early completion Mrs. Oby Sams are moving to of the highway through these Barboursville this week. Mr. All th,e other three counties. and Mrs. G. S. Griffin went to will be closed by or the midlinks Louisville Tuesday. Mr. Griffin dles oi this summer. Every officer went to buy his spring stock ot and citizen of the three counties goods. Dr. R. G. Webb was should take immediate interest in called to Hazel Patch Tuesday on I he work and aid. encourage and atwaiio (.1 so mucn sicKness in push the construction, to an early that locality. Immediately after completion. Now that the ground hog questhe highway is ready for travel a tion is to be settled by the legisla- good income is assured, especially ture, our mind can be at ease on to the mountain section, from that question, as for some time tourists, who will travel over this past the American people have great trunk line by hundreds been divided in their opinion as every week thru,out the year. to the influence that the ground This income from the tourists, in hog-haover tHe weather, and addition to the many great advanour old friend, Maret, has pointed tages to be derived by our citizens out the outcome. We are satisfied from the good roads will add very and will take the weather just as materially to the prosperity of the it comes, and as it Is "to be fixed mountains. for the Fourth of July, one celebraLet everyone boost. tion will do for both events, but truly there is one thing we would like'to hear and that is the' debate COLDS QUICKLY RELIEVED. Many people cousrh and cough on both sides of this question. trom the beginning of Fall right Mrs. William Fallas, who has through to spring. Others get been very sick for a few days, is cold after cold. Take Dr. King's rapidly improving. Mrs. Georgia New Discovery and vou wil get McClure, after being confined to almost immediate relief. It checks her room for a few days, has your cold, stops the racking, rasping, tissue-tearincough, heals about recovered. S. C. Franklin, the inflammation, sootbes the raw the L. & N. watch inspector, of tubes. Easy to take, Antiseptic Mt. Vernon, was here Monday. and Healing. Get a 50c bottle of This is the same Frankljn that Dr. King's New Discovery and keep in the house. is cerhas .11 kind of curiosities "on ex- tainlyita great medicine "It I keep aud hibition in his shop. When the a bottle t)f it continually on hand" writer once visited him he showed writes W.CJessPman. Franconia, us everything ;from an old fash- 1J. H. Money back if i.ot satis hex! but nearly always helps. ioned horse pistol to & cook-oi- jist National Year Book and Encyclopedia ' FOR Constitution, One Year 2 .00 Southern Farming (Weekly), One Year ALL FOUR A History of the World's appeiilngs During 1915 "c in wrw wzfc- -. National YEAR BDOR 1 and Encyclopedia s lOi "Y"QU need this new National Year IJook, Almanac and Uncyclo- pedia for 1916 jour family Meed 1c "rrlioUj ouKht to have it order your copy today. It's choclf-fu- ll of interesting facts and useful information. "The best book ol the kind lor ta-ce- n '" . 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" 3 ! u 5:E We Give BOOSTER TICKETS :?: -- g Pioneer STORE Phone 87 a DRUG CHAS. L. DAVIS . ............. rnurificiuK . m -- a fa niwwwnffiftfi aaasaaa ... . , W&W ' FT -- xi SS5H9H5S5 a 'gsssssaisi m 'flMM MT. VERNON SIGNAL Friday, Marib.3, iottj prcssion.werever seen. Onemem- ber of the trade trip party is re monument 10 ttie memory of Dat .ported "O have balked ut the iel Boone at Washington City Published every Friday by C is band will number about striped umbrella, but, upon beirg S. ALBRIGHT. EDGAR wentv-onpieces nd is consid told that it would help him make ered one of the best oranizm ns a vivid impression upon stranger- f its kind in East Tennes-ee- . $I.O No he consented o carry it. UBSCRIPTION ONE YRA.R exnense is bein soared hv the The keynote of the whole trip ' Advertising rates tnaue know t? COMING Knoxville B .ard of Commerce to and of the men who are behind i , acquaintmake this trip successful in every i a desire for application t . ommitiees nave oeen ance Many ot these men kn w One hundred Knoxville busi Udl'm' and business deal "ess men will vibit sections o appointed to arrai ge for the spec b reputation MEMBER OF tho-tney will meet up't id train, the baud, and o her spec ingn KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Kentucky, North Carolina, Vir They believe that ml fe.Htun-of the excursion, this trip ginia. and Tennes-ee- , between getting acquainted their circle of Apul nth and 14th. This party which will be announced later. All members of the party are to riends will be wideneil, th ir bu will represent all of the bigge t commercial and industrial organ be dressed alike, and each will ness uifreased and tneir past an n izations in Knoxville. Manufac crry a red, white and blue um prospective pa ron placed in wuul turers, bankers, wholesalers, re brella, and wear awhile duck ha friendly relationship, whch e without knowinj.' Thi parapharnalia will disiin be tailers and professional men I? the needed sum for the audi arranged to go on Knoxville's hae guish the visitors frou the loci hem individually. firsi tonum is not raised says Uncle trade trip. A special train will be Aiax, the people should take what secured to accommodate th. they havo und huild a mansolem Tt e Knoxville trade builders in which to bury all civic pride: unc ? n The Boone Trail Highway Atso ciaiiou of North Curoliua are mak ng arrangements to erect aecompuiiv die larty lop. lisli music at all entertainments, .s well as to head the parades liich hai e het-- arranged for by several of the towns to be vis te .v.li e "t)o in the tovn?. visitt-and is calculated to unikt an im- - 1 KNOXVILLE BOOSTERS . I i ? oe the Ford Car hold the world's record in low cost of maintaiuance? Whv does the Ford hold1 the world's hill climbing record? . ! 5 W11 t I i j pei-sun-- .1 1 -- 1 ? 1 e s impo-sibl- f , i committee in charge has at n Louisville Newspaper. ' ed that every effort will be mace If a sufficient amount is not of mutual subscribed to erect the auditor t to make tbe lriP vantage to onsiness men of tin ium, there will be no need for any (forty-three towns which will b inansoleum, for tho simple reason v s ited. The Knoxvi.le Board . Commerce hu arranged the torn rich animal" will be aloose in the so that the members inav com If liberated it would he , citv. , m personal toucn wnu ineuus t could trav swotted before it ness men throughout Knoxville'. from the city hall to tho court trade territory. One 'of the slo house. 4gau's of the party i. "Get Ac "We Can, We will, in Louis iquainted." Stress has been laid ville", is tne slogan of the city by upon the fact that the men wht the Palls, and the State's metropo will make the trip are just as lis, againjdemonstrated its right- - j anxious to buy as they are to seh ful claim to the six words con- - his is the first tour of tne kiti tained in the above slogan. The over undertaken by the Knoxvillt business and professional men of Board of Tommerce and it is ex that live city have just raised, afkr jpected to be profitable to both th a few day's canvass the sum of visitors and the visited. $250,000 to be used iu the construe The personnel of the pan. of an auditorium. Thcsolic-- , made up of the most prominei iting committees will continue the ' men of Knoxville. Ptacticall. work until the sum reaches $3L0, every big enterprise in that ct '. . 000. has signified its intention of hav inga representative make the four j Z ttocfc castle Kxox, Laureli and 3 1 A Distinctive Reason Why d'vs h: Fori give better service than other m; kes? W iv does President Wilson use a Ford? i Verity asThoma W1.:!.. s.. 1. A. Edison own a Ford and claim it to be the best, strongest and most scientific . r. What is the chief reason for the superiority of Royal Baking Powder? There are, several good reasons, but there is one which distinguishes Royal from other baking powders. This reason, which every woman should know, is that Royal Baking Powder is made from cream of tartar, which comes from grapes. This means a healthful fruit origin. It means natural food as distinguished from mineral substitutes used in other baking powders. There is no alum nor phosphate in Royal ! ! car made? Although then are ir :oo different makes of automobiles, why is it thct more Ford- - are now in chan all other makes combined? u-e THERE MUST BE REASONS J Baking Powder ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO New York There Are Reasons $3.90. $440. el-lo- w; THINK! Touring Car Runabout BRYANT BROTHERS AGENTS I issue of the Signal) and to make nder any other name 0wln to every possioie euorr. to get tne oanquets, automobile trips, in 1LS hio.h D1.:ce an(i tan smelling , , .. . 'snection tours mrades. soeech and hand shakings ga qualities of S. K. Unk's outfit, the. andj Committees in other towns barbershop w,U stick to its presgam the great tourist route. . VV n. 7p11 are planning novel ways to get ent hnnd nf oiogne. THE Atlanta Canstitution of acquainted in the shortest time causes a commotion, now and then, e Feb. 20th had a article The Knoxville Committee is de ,n the C. H. Icken family. Old and a map of Eastern Division of lighted with the enthusiasm which Torra Pinn wiU be W" years old Dixie Highway, by A. F. Sanford, the announcement of the trade next birth day. The S O. Irrell one of Knoxville's good roads men. j trip schedule has created. Even folks are hosed for the winter. A copy can be seen at the store of 'effort is being made by them to Mr. B. F. Rogg will return in the Okl Billy G. Oat vuh with the local trade sPrilJS- U.G.Baker, or Fish & Son, and Cas Cox to trim his whiskers county clerk's office. Of course, bodies in their entertainment have Mt. Vernon is on this map. bhe plans, so that the trip may be of )if Nancy doesn't pull them out. is on all of them since Boone Way mutual profit and pleasure was anchored thereon. considered one of the most import t,e nvur m uie sIjrmS lo v,sir oai ant steps ever taken in the build M"and the 'a,ni,y of J- Ack Fish- cas Cox. the barber man, has SWEET CLOVER SEED beeQ from Bernst!d ;:h Large Direct from grower. -v. ..v-situation, as r...,c. .,ri hp lparns that u.u man s. K. cultivated biennial white and iwnu uuu iiuiv.o iu kt tt;o;..1 i3iuu shown by a dispatch from Chattahave already arranged a program Unk is manufacturing that old reAlso hulled and unhulled. nooga in Monday's Courier Jour fer the entertainment of the visi- - Iiable neW mown hay Perfume special scarified for full and nal (and copied elsewhere in this tors. These programs include Cas says lt w0uld sme11 as Sweet '6"uj i.'o '!!! pr irrpt germination circulars stnt free. R E. No. 4, Prices and Phone 64 thTrT T:akigS JOHN. A. SHEEHAN. Falmouth, Ky 9 WtHtWi 1 L &N EXCURSION RATES I Round trip to Louisvil'e $4 lo. 1 limited to April 75, April account Kentucky Educational Association. 18-192- 0, full-pag- 1 it RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR. Rum, a small box of Barbo Compound, and U oz. of glycerine. Apply to the nalr twice a week until It become, th. desired shade. Any druggist can put tfala up or you can mix It at homo at very little cost. Full directions for maHlng and usa come In each box of Barbo Compound. It will Ob half pint ot water &&& 1 on. Bay . te I Our Extra Special Combination Offer A Carefully Selected List of High Class I - - A Kentucky Judge the society women in Madisop-jtwee- n the small town merchant caPe when cbased Dv old Thomas And in nri mnnnfoMnr... ville for playing bridge. C. Att a few days since. Guinea A.X.I1UA. ujuu uiuwi Mi.i awv uiiu Trn ..u.iu.eo..:. ueeu ville merchant and manufacturer, H. Enu and P. U. Ock keep up AN IDEAL SPRING .AXA-TIVE- . rS,mauK: talking About abbreviated skirts. and Mniises t0 be onG of the moSt almost a constant noise and A good and time tried remedy Butnoblun-blablankety Judge SUCceSsful trade trlps ever made racket. is Dr. Kings New Life Piils The or Legislature can take away from in the south SERVICES AT THE CHRIST fiit dose will move the sluggish romance prerogative of the last , Thp committee in cl boA-ulstimulate the liver and are en IAN CHURCH SUNDAY. KeCOrdJ clar the system of waste and deavoring to imnwc5 nnnn the 4lllltkl MffUU Mood impurities. You owe it to savsnllrhinkpnsi commercial bodies in the towns to Sunday School 9:45. An exchange vmuself to clear the sstem ot Preaching service at M a m come home to roost. Yes, but!bt visited that this trade trii Preaching service a: 7:30 p m body poisons, accompanied during fhe winter. Dr. h.inn:s New someof them frequently get back j,sn,t made for selfish motive, Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m. Thfi social and the personal con will do it. :5c at your to the parental roof only a short Druggist time before daylight. (Danville tact features are considered the raost important, and every effort Messenger.) wil1 be made y the men o . the This sounds Landsamesque and "special" to make real friends of . somewhat Woltonese. Conover ? the men thev meet along the Since the recent decision of route. The Knoxville wholesalers K MT. VERNON, KY Jhe Court of Appeals that only a want to visit the stores of the men V Fron tRooms over Baker' ore majority is required, instead of to whom they have sold goods in Phone s of the vote cast, in the past TheJ retailer wants to elections, a greater im- meet the men who have bought petus has been given road build their supplies lrora him. The M 1V1A 1 CKlrVl ing throughout the state. bankers in the- party want to know the bankers in other towns The greatest battle that has and cities, and so on through the ever been fought in the history of list. Of course, every man in the the world has been in progress for Get Our Prices and party wants to increase the busi eleven days around Verdun, We Will Get Your ness he is now doing but what is France, between the German and Trade more important, every one of them French armies. The slaughter is 1 wants to know from whom to purappalling. chase some of the products of the Now that furniture is sections visited. Mount Vernon Monumental coming back in style; we expect at The speci A train to be used in any minute for father to crawl transporting the party through WORKS under the house and drag out the East Tennessee, Western Kenwhat-not- . horse-hai- r sofa and tbe tucky, Southwestern Virginia, (Macon News,) ,. and the Western portion of North , ; of and Carolina, will consist of eight all- H 'V'DEALER in Marbles and The Interior Journal is now is steel Pullman coaches, including all suing a four page, k Granite Monuments of two dining cars. It will be com paper on Tuesdiy, and eight pages Estimates furnished kinds. pletely fittt-- out with all conven Phone 52 MT.VERNON.KY. on Friday to its 4 ,oo subscribers O on application. iences of modern travel and will X X XV I? Louisville good roads advo be the home ot the men compos GEO OWENS Propr catea are preparing to resist efforts ing the party for the four days of Ponp 112 SIGN OF GOOD DIGESTION. to divert travel fiom the Western their trip. Knoxulle literature, When you see a cheerful Dixie Highway. business catalogues, advertising happy old ladv ym may know and C. that rovelties and souvenirs will all she has good digestion. If your ATTORNFY-AT-LAThe Germans say they believe find a place on the "special". digestion is impaired or if you do war is nearing an end. The Knoxville's MT.' VERNON. KY. the business men are un- not relish your meals take a dose -British and French seem to think dertaking tbe trip in a whole of Chamberlain's tablets. Thev OFFICE. On acd. floorf strengthen the stomach, improve The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church otherwise. hearted way which assures its suc- the digestion and cause a gentle street. Special attention given road. boosting cess, and are planning to do movement of the bowels. GET into the Go to collections. things on a big scale. A band game. Phone No. 80. v& is after lino- np - u r.incr riatinneii;.. u. , utile m u. use dad a naraow es- - .tu gradually darken streaked, faded ry hair, and removes dandruff. It I. excellent for falling hair and will znak. harsh hair soft and glossy. It will not color th scalp, la not Micky or rauy. ad Com ot nib off i Reading Matter that Will Appeal to Every Member of Your Family , m ! s VTOrd.r-(Colum- bia le'lNAL & Here Is Our Offer : one year Lif-Pill- s j 1 ttuzLjxzzzxznsn rrrr j MRFR P H. Dentist 49-S. 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We can conscientiously recommend this offer to all onr readers, and feel satisfied you will be mo.e tnan deiignted witn tne investment, it is impossible to send sample copies, out they can be seen on display at our office. Call or mail orders to J j h75 -- $3.10 u old-tim- e Proctor& Manufacturer MT. VERNON SIGNAL Florida - Cuba - New Orleans IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS seven-colum- n William, W, WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. H. C KING. Pauenger and Ticket Agent, FOR fUU. INFORMATION, APPLY TO NEAREST TICKET AGENT OR WRITE 101 East Main Street, -- W. A. BECKLER, General Passenger Agent, .... LONG RETURN LIMIT. STOP OVERS. Lexington, Ky. Cincinnati, Ohio I T&pJfc 'vvfl W 4 ,'i 1 i Mr 79 harlev Not as a vei ere case of pneumonia Cashier F. L. Thompson. Jr. brnon Ky Mar 3. 1916 and the writer were in Louisvilla Saturday to see the groat show, 'a,! ,o. 79" wtien win to Communl Birth of the Nation." cats with SIGNAL P. H. Shutts who was called to Brodhead Saturday to attend the burial of his mother, spent a portion of this week with friends in Mt. Vernon. Peter is well pleased with his Indiana home and we are LOUISVILLE & N ASHVILLC R R. CO. glad to know that he is doing i well. i ME TABLE. L U - O.GlNAL In 821 m Hi was 'leaned f om Luuisvi.ie to Cincinnati on pack horses. 1 I 79 New line of Spring Hats for Young Men and men who want to stay young at Fish's. Why pay $1.50 for' Overalls no' better than the Knocljer at Fish's $1.15. German dyjd? Take a look. EARTHQUAKE Squeezing Blooi SHOCK Out of a Turnip Felt In Pineviile On Saturday A Lot of People Afternoon. Think it Can An earthquake shock was felt in Pinevihe or last Monday after-fo- r noon at 340 o'clock, the quake lasting nearly one minute. Both brick and frame buildings were shaken up, and in some homes on mantles and tables were moved about. In a few instances the rocking of the houses caused the occupants to leave the build ing. The shock was felt in Middles-bor- o and points in Tennessee, Vir ginia and the Caroliras In no place was any damage done. Pineviile Sun. There may be clothes jut as good as Fish's $15 Specials but they cost a lot more. at-ticl- es ? 'i Apparently Be Done. can't squeeze hlood out of a turnip." This is absnltely true, but a lot of people evidently tSYou !h iSTCiiANN V V For Sale: Eggs for hatching don't believe it You can't expect nervous, run dowu men and women to be cherry, normal beings. They don't get. one-hal- f out of life that they deserve. But a lot of people expect i from Pure "Bred Plymouth Rock WWhs Hit 2, ...tin . . 5.o7 p m 3:56 LOCAL .rtn uth ith S. Spring Shirts teady at Fish's. For cotLet Fish's do your developing tage, Sale. One just outside corporation limLandrum, Anent and printing. its on Railroad street. Terms a ip 12:13 a m am Chickens; barred. 60 cents for 16 eggs. A. E. Albright, Feb.25 3t- Brodhead, Ky. four-roo- m n:48 of them. . us No. 8. Mt Vernon, s Mt Entered at the hs sec.oiid-citts- Ky. Poffice mail mutter. tion. Vernon needs fire protecWhy can't she have it? PERSONAL Lee Coffee, of the Brodhead section, has pneumonia. iss Ina McCoj was in Louisville shopping Thursday la3t. Miss Julia FUh has been suffering fr mi a severe cold this week. Dr. vV. T Francis was m Mon- ticell ..nd llirrodsburg his we- k. Mis. D. li. Southard is visiting her daughter Mrs. W. G. Mc- - Willis Allen, ot the Cooksburg section, who has been on the sick list for ome months, is. reported improving. J LANGDON NOTES. Mrs. E.Y. Porter, of Louisville, thtir color or Fish's want to know connected with the Woman's why. Board ot Home Missions, and Miss U. G Baker bought the stock Virginia Peters, have been guests of . S. Jett and will continue the at Langdon School this week, business at the ame place. His diss Peter's beautiful voice was son Fred will be in charge. enjoyed both at Landon and the One of the Boone Trail 'markGraded School. I he Misses Coulson, Newberry, ers" have been placed at end of Bee. bridge on he right bank of Round iCrohn andEstep enjoyed a long L. G. Falin and family were Walk into the country last Satur stone at Brush Creek Station. with relatives at Cove and Pine day afternoon but found the roads Tom Branaman has bought Hill over Sunday. quite muddy. place just across the L &N Mrs. W H. Fish and little son. A Literary was given at Lang-iothe school house at Langforn William, Jr . are W th reldt'Ves in School by the pupils last Fritation and will move to it soon London this week. day evening in the form of a the produce CM. Thompson, with Garrard W. R. Washington's Birthday program. man, shipped Monday 33 cases or Bank and Trust Co., Lancaster, It was enjoyed by a large audienc This is the larg990 dozen eggs was here Sunday. V pleasant social hour was spent est shipment made during the Harry Miller took in Robert liter the program. winter. convention in the Republican K ANK FOOLISHNESS . John W. Taylor, colored, bette Louisville, Tuesday. You occasionally see it stated VI r. A. T. Sinclair, of Lexiug known as"Monk". had a birth da. .hat colds do not resut f rem coid Tanlac has won the greatest uesday He has seen onh six Very jleasml .veather. That is rank foolishness to . spelt ;s.-m-Vere it true colds would be as success ever scored by a mediteen other birthdays, yet he davs here la-- t weeic prevalent in midsummer as in cine. It could not have done so year.s beyond -- ixtK Chint Lair aud J. M. Lair, prosAs in id winter. To get rid of a cold without superlative merit. E the actioniof Chancellor Hei;-'ell- . perous farmers of the Hiatt Section Under the iuls o theJr O. U take Camberlaiu's Cough Remedy. he proof of the pudding is in the in Memphis, Monday, it was A. M. the insurance on a deceased U is effectual and is highly reof this county, arn both on the eating, so is the proof ot Tanlac nade possible for wholesale liquoi rother will i.ot be paid unless? commended by people who havt n the taking. sick list. used it tor many years as occasion John D. Henderson, who holds ealers in Tennessee to carry o time member belonging to the required, and know its real value. Tanlac now may be obtained iu - .me a good government position at 1 inter state liquor business Council as the deceased Obtainable everywhere. It. Vernon, at the Drug Store of Camp Nelson, is at home with On February 9. 1999, at Cincin rother,, saw and identified the Ohas. C. Davis, also at Central Writing from Astor Hotel, St. his mother fcr a few days. ati, the thermometer stood 17 leseased 0s being the right per- Louis, to a Mt. Vernon friend, R. Drug Co., Livingston, and John Robert Carmical, son of Rev degrees below zero, at Mt Ver son. This being the case the d. Mullins says: My Dear Jim: I Robins' Drug Store, Brodhead, Chas. Carmical, who has been in nrn. same uate it showed 15 ouncil in Cincinnati to which imply must write to some one, W. M. Owens' Store, Bun, Ky., the U. S. Army anu.in the West below, and at Blowing Rock, E mer Harris who was killed at uid I don't know of anybody who where its properties are cheerfully Winchester about two weeks aj.o would appreciate a N. C, 13. for six ears is home on a visii. letter of this explained to all callers. Mis Susie Thompson is in 'Uncle Bill" W. C. llen, rf belonged refused payment unless te.ior, than yourself. I had a pii .ome member of that Council Louisville siuding the Spring Wavne county, attracted quue ate telephone call, an hour since, DRUGGISTS-STO- RE :ould body tles and purchasing the season's Jot of attention at both themh Elmer identify theIn as that of while in my room, advising that KEEPERS Harris. order that the some one down in the lobb line of lilliner tor button & District Republican Convention at An exclusive Tanlac Agent amily might be able to collect the McHee. London, Monday, and at the State vvished to see me. I at once went is wanted in every town, vil insurance, the Cincinnati Council town and to my surprise and Thomas Nichols. James Phelps Convention cf the Republicans, at lage and cross roads in this a representative here yestei-day- , sent gratification, I was introduced to and jim Hiboard. and tlieir fani.l-- i Louisville, Wednesday. county. For particulars aud with Sheriff Cam Mullins. David R. Francis f s, all of thr Cedarville section girls of the Sixth and Sev ind a number of other members ol The advertising plans address He said he had and his wife. this county, have gone to Illinois enth Grades will give a Pennj the local councils, Cooper Medicine Company, under orders of t- locate. Social at the Graded School 01 u:e court went today and opened seen my name on the register as Davion, Ohio. being from Richmond, Kentucky, D button pent most .if la-- t Saturday altenoon Pies will also he grave of Harris, who was read he e on sale. week in Cincinnati where In the evening at ily recognized as being the right land remarked that "that was the point where he first saw the light bnusrht heavily of Sprint good. seven thirty wafers and randy will man, and the insurance, amount of day and wanted to shake the J Another Testimonial anticipating a spleudid imsincss oe for sale. ng to $500, will be paid promptly. ior band of some man that had trodthis Spring Place your order now for a Ford larris' bodv was badly mangled den the ground on which he had D B Langford was in Louisar If you wait until spring tbt )it his head, whith was cut from walked duriug the days of his in I ville last Saturday to take tu chances are that you will have to the body was uninjuied, natu.al tancy, and was indeed glad to meet children of the lateChesley Payne ft it two or three months, or even nd easily recognized. a man from the home of his child to the Mt sonic Widow's and Or- 1 mger, hefore delivery can be The Republicans of Rockcasile nood before he departed for Eurphan's Home. made. ACT MO$V. County met in mass convention ope." He told me, in a brief way, Weiderbolt, left this Bryant Bros, Agents. in the court house in Mt. Vernon that he had accepted the highly George week tor Pennsylvania, where be Rockcastle county is 116 year-ol- d Feb. 26th. and held an enthusL.s important position of ambassador will work iu a large mill belonging Was formed from parts ot tic meeting. Precinct Committee to Russia, and that "his heart to an uncle ol his George is a Lincoln, Pulaski, Mad son and nen wee selected to serve for be would ever be with the people of fane boy and we wish him success. Knox counties in I8I0. Forty ensueing four yeais. Delegates Richmond." Abney, Sheriff Mullins. T. eight vears afterward a slice Jack t and alternates wen. slso selected I would be glad if you would J. Nicelev. E.R Gentry, L. W. to attend the 11th district con of? and given to Jackson coun ive the readers of the Signal a was prepared by Mrs. Bethurum. and others, were in ty when it was established. It vention held at London, Fuh 29 hort history of how-thi- s great Marian Cole Fisher Wednesday, attend- was named for Andrew Jackson, and the State convention at Loui-vill- man, a boy botn in Madison coun Louisville and Miss Pansv ing the Republican State Conve- "Old Hickory" March 1st. The convention ty, rose to great positions of trust Bowen, both of whom ntion. passed resolutions condemning the and honor, including the Mayorsire known throngh-ou- t Dr. lohnson, the eye specialist Green Debord, of Pulliam, located at London, gave a talk piesent national administratioi . ship of St Louis, the Governor the United States a' as experts in DoWashington, has been visiting his he court bouse last evening. The nd instructing the delegates to ship of the State ot Missouri, the mestic Science work. brother, William F., and othei work of which Dr. Johnson is otefor J. Sherman Cooper, if Presidency of the Louisiana PurThis Wilson-Gai- t relatives at Level Green, for a few head iu Southern Kentucky is sup- Somerset, and F. F. Robinson, of chase Exposition, a member of Wedding Cake was weeks. He left this county some ported by the government, and Barbourville, tor delegates to the Cleveland's cabinet, and now ap worthy of the occatwenty years ago. national convention from the nth, pointed by President Wilson to sion in every respect. the treatment given by Dr. John Calumet Baking Arthur Dailey writes fronT Long son, board and all expenses, ex district, and Charles Finley for the Russian Court. Powder was used in View, 111 . that it is a mistake cept mlroad fare, is free. The nember of the State Central Com-nitteI wish to add that I have never its preparation and except that thev should had the pleasure of meeting a about him coming back. He says oo?ect is to eradicate trachoma ;is both the above Dailey and all nearly as possible, and those bav vote as a unit on all questions. more genial or pleasant gentleman if he can keep Mrs. named ladies heartily recommend Calumet the children satisfied he will stay ing troublo with their eyes should Vo further instructions were giv-s- than Mr. Francis, or a more suave Baking Powder for and no preference as to the and polished woman than his wife. a year anyway. take advantage of the oportunity. its purity, whole-somenes- s, Republican nominee for President With kindest regards to you and Wm. Bullock and sou, Delbert, economy GOOD SHOWING. was expressed. Following are the Signal, 1 am sincerely yours. rehave been in Frankfort this week and never-failin- g The following item from a Paris he names of the delegates: Cam R. B. Mullins. sults. These ladies watching the workings of the Legpaper makes a good showing tor Mullins, R. G Webb, Dr. M. Pen-n- i use Calumet excluislature. They also spent Mon Look for the Fish label when sively in all theirwork Paris as a 'dry" town compared gton. V. C. Tate, . W. Beday at the State Republican Con you buy that new Spring suit. with Paris as a "wt" town thurum, Ch rles Hurt, Johnny vention in Louisville. Received Highest Award "The official saateraent of the Griffin, E R Gentry, R H. Mil-lr.World's Pure Food Exposit-HoC E. J Anderson and family will City Collector and. Treasurer. C CAicago; Paris ExposiJ. Nicelev, G S Griffin. FOR FLETCHER1 soon move to some point on the K Thomas, of Paris, shows a most tion, France, March, 19 12. H. H wood, iu. .Bullock, Jack L. & E., near Mr. Anderson's gratilying condition of the citv Abney, Wallace Las well. S. F. work. The Ajdersons are good treasury with no tax increase and Bowman, U. G. Baker, Tip Lang-for- d Croup Relieved in citizens and we welcome them without saloon revenue the city Alternates: James Win-steaHOW back to Mt. Vernon any time they showing a surplus of $10 Fifteen Minutes When TU PREVENT CROUP B CMink, W G. Niceley. 848 94 may come. the child is subject to at For the year 1915, with ihe sa Chas. H Rice, Jesse Cotton. Speu-.-e- r No need to dose delicate little stomachs tacks of croup, see to it that hi Judge G. M. Ballard and Coun 1 with nauseous drugs or alcoholic syrups. eats a light evening meal, as an Mullms, J" R. Howad, S Simply rub a little Vick's ty Treasurer V. C Tatt, are in ons out and no revenue Tom " that source, and with the same tax Uehon, I.eeRtnner, Lev .1 Webb, Salve over the throat and cVest. The va- overloaded stomach mav bring on Cincinnati today delivering the firs' loosen Road Bonds to the purchasers. rate, there was a greater surplus H E Christie, Geo W. Murphv. pors inhaled ease the the tougn, choking an attack, also watch for the givf phlegm and difficult breathing. svmptom hoarseness, and. We understand the $100,000.00 by $2 381 79 than in the. year 1914. B. A Riddle, C Dailey, One application at bedtimeinsuresasound Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ' night's sleep. 25c, 50c, or $1.00. receivad for these bonds will be with the additional income from Robins, M. G. Noe, W. H. soon as the child becomes hoarse Live equally divided in our two banks the saloon license." hay, Henry Abney. VrCKSA SALVE Obtainable everywhere. Mt, Vernon. in self-reliant 1 h tht-Alcor- Every one of Fish's $15 $17 and $20 Special Suits for Spring hold M-Cl- easy and reasonable. See J. T. Meadows, Section Foremau. Mt. Vernon, Ky. ' 'Uncle Bob" Bates, of Whites burg, Letcher county Civil War veteran, and legislator, is perhaps the most remarkable man in Kentucky. Recently he celebrated his ninety-sixt- h birthday, enjoys good health, is active an can walk long distances with out fatigue. He has been married hree times, and a short time ago e became the father of a bright boy, malting the twenty-fourtchile that las come to bless his o.me. In speaking of his record, 'Uncle Bob' savs his descendants number nearly 200 grandchildren, .tboui 150 gieat grand children t the recent election he walked 'o his voting place, seven miles iway, and returned before noon, completing the journey wi hout the least fatigue. During t.ie unpleasantness between the States "Uncle Bob" cast his for tunes with the South, became a olonel and saw service in many a memorable couflict. At one time several years ago he was elected sheriff of Letcher county and in .irlier years served two terms in he Kentucky legislature , ex-sheri- ff n 14-mi- In eveiy community thera are a legion of these men and women Not really sick, perhaps, but af fected wi!n a nervous, debilitated condition so that tney imagine countless things are wroug with them. 1 hey have frequent headaches, are sluggish in mind and in body and they haven't enough real energy to make them in even the little things of life. They haven't enough rich, red blood to nourish their bodies. Their vital organs are congest ed. They need something to speed up their assimilation to a normal atate, something to bring back old vitality, self reliance and a cherry view ot life. They need something that contains the right nerve food, tonic, invigorntor and appetizer which will awaken their sleeping energies. Tanlac is designed especially to meet these conditions. For the relief of stomach, kidney and liver ailments and catarrhal affections ot the mucous membranes it is elieved to be without an equal. It fortifies one to better encounter Tatigue, exposure and the daily grind of life. FIRST SHOWING For Spring rV ith a cool breeze blowing and a sparkling sun over head. Nothing less than a new soft hat will do to greet the day. You'll Spring. like our display for Every man who has seenttem say they are beauties. Hats from everywhere that good hats are made. a Fish's Speoiafs$1 fo$2, Swann Hafs $2.50 $3.50 Sfefsons New shades in Pearl, Black, Blue and Gray, conservative or as "smart' f as you like. Newest Auto, Caps for Ladies 50 c Remember we have the reputation for showing the new styles first.' COME IN AND SEC WHAT A LliTLE CASH WIIL DO ATTENTION 3iHW!jii:i Wr TM mM MM m L ' w mm I B0H LUEADIrlG' WE T GIVE BOOSTER TICKETS BABY WEEK. WellFlldl VS7r? be- - r - Cafumef Baking Powder wa-cu- The President's Wedding Cake -- e. e, n, T. Children C A S rx - n, t .- iu this SiCtion had to plow some, but it seetas iun winter has come again in earnest, Cbarlev Brown and family will leave soon for Pine Bluff, Arkan sas, where they will make their tuture home. Mr. and Mrs. Mor-dic- a Cummins and iittle sons, Vic-o- r and Chester, visited his par-iut- s Monday night and Tuesday. Miss Susie Cummins returned Sunday from Detroit, Mich., .vhere she had been visiting; her orother, W. H , for the past six uonths. J. T. Brown was in Mt. Vernon Wednesday on business. Qenrv Pollard and family Will stsrt again Weeneaday tor .Indiana. George Stevens left Mon tutions. day for Iowa where be has a good position. Mrs. Ollie Gastineau remains in a very serious condition. It is reported that Mrs. Gains Cummins is doing very veil after au operation last week. Miss Iola Brown visited Mr. iad Mrs. W. H. Brown, of Mt. Vi3LX .v. Vernon. Tuesday. Rev. Nathan Gibbons filled his appointment it There Poplar Grove Sunday. .t jr .OT T T as not a very large crowd presme uwurtH ent on account of bad weather. A safo, old fashieied vlr. and Mrs. Virgil Brown visitMrs. .1 nmedyforweras. ed his parents Sunday. c .. c c yean conunu-Zora Watson, wife of Arthur j ous.jcTczuy-ar- the best testimonial1 use is Vatson, died at her home near $ FREVS VERMIFVGEow Elgin, Ky., Wednesday of tuber- 1 offer you. alwayi on haacL It Keep a bode will beb keep the aale ooc heppy culosis. She leaves a husband 25c a bottle at your dtugynt'i er ind four childuera and a host of feneril Uate. or if jroui dealer caa't supply you. send h name and 25c friends to mourn their loss. The in ampi and well Knd you a promptly. remains were laid to rest in E. a S. FREY, Woodstock cemetery. -- We have all heard of Tubercu- losis Week, the Big Brother Move-Peopment. Mothers' Day and Fathers' Day, and as a natural consequence of the tremendous awakening of interest in home life, Baby Week has been established, and during the week, March 4 to 11, all over the United States, a special effort will be made to find homes for babies and small girls and boys, It is hoped that homes will be found for 100,000 children, and our State must do her part in this great work. The Kentucky Children's Home Society is doing its utmost for the children intrusted to its care, but iu order to achieve the best results, a child needs the love of a mother and father, and the home life that is impoisible even in the best maintained instile NJ Mothers use MJafrefi J XT Vefttul jar ue b m hot-:- !c BALTIMORE. MD. d, I "Vap-O-Rub- Fri FOR YOUR CHILD'S COUGH. If vour child has a cough, nose un or coughs much get a small ottle of Dr Bell's Pine-Tarlonev syrup, just what children i'e and just., the medicine to 'othe the cough and check the. cold. After taking, children stop rettinif. sleep good and are soon 'ntiiely well. Insis' en Dr Bell's Zoc. at your I Drnggist. 1 -, y. LmkCmserAr KMmie Aa asetsalTa raaaic aeboet Opena September Tin. Violin. Orran.'Cello. Public School Mnsle. Theory. Harmony. Lanrnata. rliatea la History of Mnslc Kiwembl Flaylncand Blfht Reading, both Tocal aad lsttraneatal. Diplomas Issued. Artist and student nclUl sdraau isa. Dormitory tor (Ira. Tuition low. For eatalftf adores iS!e95 CwwrtMiCT y IhHtMi 4 HwrviH4m.tmrtfa.lK t .JG& L . - V -- , zl - 7 "5W 'Vif;' IT'- 1, , W "$f "Rr J ETSf N ON CLOSES l . sary, i was resuy to put 53 Republi- 8 cans in jail to help Governor Stanley." Meyers defied the Impeachment Rules Committees to Have Committee to show any corrupt moJN LIVINGSTON, KV. tive in any irregularity charged to Ccun-- ' Judge Williams. He fii j CVnsisis nf Two 4 rtoom Houses Charge of Bills Before ty Judge could not declared a air"Je in nit in iiiiirSw be perfect, in good repair: well, large barn, ! that the alleged Irregularities Imput cd to Judge Williams were mistake 119 Town Lots in the Rockcastle I General Assembly l!llllFRONT2felN. BACK l?a IN of the head and not the heart. ini:mTniiiiii'iiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiii.TiiiiTTiiiin!niiniiiiiiiiiiiiiw Heights Addition, and 80 acres Upon motion, Speaker Duffy ap-- . jof Good Farm Land, Cleared and pointed a committee to present artic'oy jread torcul i tion. all for 1500 of impeachment to the Senate. If the WILLIAMS 13 OUSTED impeachment is upheld, Judge Wil The two houses are renting tor style Hams will be removed from office, $12.00 per month wh eh is 10 and the Senate may bar him from All Sizes at per cent, on ur inoiiev invested House Impeachment Proceedings Pass- holding any office of honor, trust or profit, under the Commonwealth. In If intt. rested rite ed Despite Fight of Meyers Tax addition, Judge Williams will be liable j W. SAMS, Revenue Bill Is Presented. to indictment and punishment by the "a?33 nggfe regular courts. 2G00 FianK-for- t Ave , Frankfort, Ky. (Special) Governor Stanley and his administration I ouisvillk, Ky pay The We Give ROOSTER Tickets backers will usr evpry effort to have duced by Representative bill, introJohn T. passed, .dtirinp: the closing days of the llurphy, of Covington, passed thLegislature, tlice bills promised in Houe by a vote of 57 to ,'2. TXE Hip Democratic platform. Representative Greene protested against having bills taken out o their Anil, it is certain that these wi'l he regular ouler and placed ahrvo of his given with the Rules bill. The House dippurtt-r both 7Iou-o- .f in charge of Representative Murphy and the bill those to be votejl upon: was- - reported and passed. & JDC Representative Murphy in h!s speech The Rules Committee of the Sen- supporting the bill declared that IS,-- ! ate have t&kAn- Charge and will con- 000 or 20,000 laboring men aie united trol all bills to be considered by the in favor of the measure. The motion of Representative Las-leScnaiV-Mint- i! the eloe or the- session, to take the bill from . which wifl be he Tue.-daMarch 14 the ordets of the day and put on it3 This' committee will determine the was defeated 46 to 11. of order in which the measures are to be f The bill of Representative Perry taken ijp ind" considered." Lieutenant of old Governor James D. "Black is the ex of Louisville, prescribing the manner of in scarce. .....,., ..U)son electing Coihmissioners tne Jeffer- . County t0 consUtute piscai were appointed by him are Senator? j Court, passed the Houhe unanimouslv. W. W. Booles, Thomas A. Comlm. John j F. Ford, W. A. Frost. Selden It. Glenn, The House resolution, directing the H. J. Overstreet, Samuel L. Robertson Auditor. to refund to saloon keepers of and G. G. Speer. Thev are all Demo who were forccd out of business by tne Prtin ,eRi,s,"tiou crats and the majority of them are ' line is paid the. state, passed friendly to the administration in all i (he Ken:itn ::o to n ti.o ri,.finn ' things. wa called from the orders of the j see day b Senator Uooles of Spencer During the last ten days or the sr; Count sion, the .Rules Committee of the i It e s p e c t f n 1 1 y, will" have charge of all bill House Petitions are being received bv to be considered by Tills ' c,.l ; . ... r committee is composed of Speaker H I01'10"3 "om variuus counties ovr tne :?ta.te mjglm the passage of the bill C. Duffy, and Re.nre.seni.nilw r.i,;V-- . ' H. Cary, R. T. Crowe. W. K. Dowling appropriating $20,000 a year for font Odie Duncan, William Duffy. Frank C years to the Kentucky Illiteracy Greene. .R..J3.- - Ilutclicraft. Jr.; C W 39 Mathers. Harry J. Mejers. S. M Providing for clerks and stenograp-- , O'lirien, George L. Pickett, W. A. Price and Joseph D. Pumpbrey. This hers tor the Department of Education, Lominittee also counts, a goodly ma a . bill passed" the House of Repre-- ' by a vote of 12 to C. jorit friendly to the administration The Court of Appeals recently de- '"", oupvuieiiueni Ol I'UUllC . Hillc hdt ), .. i..... ti ...v .I...W . no injiil nutisee.' ,.(.......:.... j., . w. nm ..mutuuii . r v.iiocn am not nave fiin,, . " aiuiiomy to employ anj,. ol the clerks,1 - i r-- - i J I .. Set.ate Bill Xo. 17. the SrririoH U- -. A71 . ir iciiufiiapuerH in ms ouice, ana ' L? C4-- I V- ., Pick ett . W.1 n' j o lV ...u. law. which -,, reiuseu io issue " ""ii'iui jirov eu n tne i.overnor Kebrnarv 10 kMm.ni fnr th v ..A. wuu a Sei e nni io:?. the Knifri.i i.fn t, ,.. s .v"; ; ' ,i Mi.i. . I prov ide for the eniployment of State! v' ' . ... . "",u loli n.oto a year is' Inspector nn,i ivnmin , x'.., o o.-- ! .........,, .. it. o :.i.i for the employing of ten i III(J IU'li ell's office force. assiPtai.ts which includes five elerk3 House P.ill 21', the Ilobbs bill to per and tir mit cities of the econd class to ami maintain la.v Hbiaries. House Bill Xo. . )e Vance conupt Representative Minor of Boyle Coun practices act ty, succeeded in having passed his! HoiiftO Hi!! Xo 4Q. the Ryan act joint resolution requesting Kentucky's) cieatins tli offif" of matron of thr lepresentatives in Congress to vote Loiiisvill" ml:c" court. against a proposed amendment to Senaiot r.'r,2nr; bill Xo. Ill amend 1'ViIeral reserve act. undertaking the to, insr the adojmon or school textbool.!-law- . f Mend the authority of national banks o they may establish and opoiate House Bill X.v 7.--. by Representa nrancti oM He explained institutions. live Asa P.. Pieratt, changing the times touch an amendment is unfair to state 1nr holding circuit court in the Twenty banks. The resolution was adopted lirst judicial district. by a vive voce vote. MMICf 14TQ hours. I confess I havfe been guiltj of worse things than that. I have i helped to put 43 Republicans In Jail and to keep them until the election, wa3 o"cer, and If it had b?on necs-- j pi liii m -- m. s K i A Level Green THE SA.13RQOKjQoioHoKoocK ESTATE T"R. V. FOR SALE Q KKCKCKHKK-. 6 HFIV" i S. McWilliams was here it MBmmMwm m The newest spring for young men v Semi-monthl- y - -- Com-mitte- e anti-scree- n d NOTICE 22 yx? kzc2xs: D2 - j - y anti-scree- n .is.-to- y, pa-sa- ge s- - i .... j l'?' All signs indicate and justify us the to predict that J9J6 greatest year prosperity in the Rockcastle county. history Work plentiful, labor Ask us for " Booster Tickets' Get on board while the Going's the Good and get your share I : profits. Our Drugs. Call and us. ttnday.also Tuesday to see Jack 3eBord, who has pneumonia. Mrs. F. E. Mullins returned home Sunday after a week's visit to bra mother. She was accom- paniel by her sister, Little Miss' Gladrs Price. Several from here it tended the entertainme it at Rock! Spring school house last e Friday Colyer, of near Preachersville, spent Tuesda nigbt with his uncle, W. F Miss Ida Sowder, of Etna, is visiting her grandparents, Mr and Mrs. A. C. Sowder. Mrs Gaines Cummins, who underwent un operation hist week for a turn r stood the oporation fairK well and i. on very nicely. Dr G. B. Lawrence has been Very sick for several days. A. 0. Sowder ivas in Mt, Vernon last Monday and Tuesday on business. M. E Burton, Jr spent Saturday night and Sunday with the family of his uncle, A. J. McMullin, at Bromo. M. G. DeBord, of Washington, and James Hash, of Illinois, re turned home Wednesday after a short visit to relatives and friends here. George Long, of dte Lick spent Sunday here. A,. H Brown and Will Toteet were in Somerset last, Wed n sda, Mrs. Sallie A. Long is visiting the family of her W. i'. Leboid, ihi week. Miss Alza Owens spent the first of the week with her aunt .virs. Dora Cummins, who underwent an operation last week. Dr Walker Owens was down from M t. Vernon, last Saturday, to see Dr. G. -- Ml iSrll SSftlfet Contents 15 naidJiactoj J CASTOk For Infants and Chi!' i U mil I IMII'J mmh 4 1HH 70 Mothers Knc Genuine Casto. , Ro-co- s5 ta AYedablempaiaUonmrAs sinatinSUielooaaBum at .U.V.W rrmnt.-SPERCE- NE - .: De-Bor- d -- iii Always Bears the n gnature M .viaCT PromotcsBigeslian.Clice" nessandBcstConfams; OpiuiiarorpliiiienorBnflai.: of cvAtr m V W Not Narcotic. JlxStma 'afoiWcSimLsms. ti ir n jatxSudf u. VI uon.SourStomacbJ1' T At Use IossofSieep. 430 ft n $ IT JacSunfllsignahtrco fAli1)lW. ' ""the r4mTU,ULU,'w --- For Over :ri . J II u J Thirty Years CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. TMC CCNTAUR COMPANY, HCW YORK CITY f I The Man With Million A If Yours B. Lawrence. - CHAS. C. DAVIS LEADING DRUGGIST Phone No. - -- Com-.missio- -- WANTEPfraSsTipS ill V -- 111- ua.-j-- anti-nas- s ... -- u--- -- i.. ,u.. '";"" ,"'B . .... Oak 11? :rrcc rr ic ntaiixcar ed on the following yards? Ir 1U t t r 1TA VVilll -- ae-(U'r- e me smote passed n,,. bill of law, while Louisville seedmen .itor Robertson or Louisville, to appear to be opposing It with equal ink children to appear In staue performances by a vote of 2C to visor. seed non-reside- nt - Reprontatives of the fanners are insisting upon the enacting of a pure LIVINGSTON, HAZEL PATCH, PINE HILL, MULLINS, BRUSH CREiiK, LANGFORD, WILDIE, ROUNDSTONE, and CONWAY. ft. Will pay 30 cents for 7in.x8in.x Black Oak. 50 cents for all standard No. 1 White OATARRAHAL DEAFNHSb CANNOT BE CURED by local applications, as they can ill not reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to I! cure catrrhal deafness and that is by a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the raucous lining of the Eustachian tube. Wnen this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed. Deafness is ihe result. Unless the mflamation can be reduced and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever. Many cases of deafness are cai.sed by catarrh, which is an inflamed coudition of of the mucous surfacesr Hall's Catarrh Cure acti 'throug the blood on the mucous surfaces of the system. We will give One Hundred Dol lars for any case of Cataahal Deaf imm-m-ness that cannot be cured by m Hall's Catarrh Cure. Circulars m free. All druggists, 70 cts. F T. CHANEY & CO. Toledo, O. I I Needs a clean bank, a strong bank, a the man with a progressive bank hundred cannot afford to do business with any other kind. The Peoples is seeking your business and is prepared to care for it. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS l PeoRles Bank , m f g mm cKxyM mm mooo Jefferson Sohoo? s Law Ml'LETE T".VO f 1 son.Oak, same dimensions. J . .eri. Jan.. A fwit')'-Tje YJJ! ' U LLJJ.lll..ytunyttaOc IV " USE. (! isrcs f t.3.bOC-- - p. 'fS M 7A frit I w saw . 50 V? . . " A call' for a Progressive State Convention, to be- held in Louisville April L'it. has been issued by the State Kxectitive Committee. District mass meetings were called for April 22 to Lo held in the following cities, each oi propcrt. representing a district in the order The expense in connection with the State Board is increased from $6,000 they are named: "Princeton, Henderson, Bowling Green, Elizabethtown, to ii,uuo under this bill. The ers of tbe bill are confident that the Louisville, Covington, Lexington, Lanadded revenue will justify this in caster, Maysville, Pikeville and London. . crease in administrative expenses. The first general measure lookin? Io reform Kentucky's revenue laws was introduced in the House by Itepre sentative Hutchcraft of Paris," has the .support of the administration. It provides that all taxpayers must swear to property lists before the Assesser or one of his deputies. A penalty is imposed on the Asessoi who accepts a list not sworn to. The measure provides for the examination of candidates for the office or Assess-or.btwo or more members of the .State Board .of Equalization and Assessment and unless the can did.ite such, an examination Hi name cannot an on the ballot foi election. The County Hoard of Supervisors will meer arter tbe , Assessor's worl and certify to the State Hoard. The County Heard are given greater; powers to investigate the ownership! y get re-sponses to so many of my letters," exclaimed a lad who had been defeated for a pageship upon reading in newspapers a statement attributed to R. John T. Murphy, of Ludlow, to the effect that he had "found men in the lower house at Frankfort who cannot read or write." I failed to "Well, that's why jHARMOUNT TIE & LUMBER CO. Gr H. RICE, Agent. e if. .t.vr.te j&lfiaS&$iis- - ""fj. Lonisrille, Ky. Clean, Strong and Safe The standing of a Bank is determined by the law under which it oper ates. and by the ability 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 1 Puff w i iay into tlie Prince -- cki?.. Tobacco Ce. ' recommendations. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, 1 1 pa-s- cs The Senate passed the Knight-Meyerworkmen's compensation bill Hi to 2. Senators Sanders and Speer cast the dissenting votes. s ! I j Go ahead, quick as you lay in a stock of the national joy smoke! Fire up a pipe or a makin's cigarette as though you never did know what tobacco bite and parch meant! r For Prince Albert is freed from bite and parch by a patented process controlled exclusively by us. You ,can smoke it without a comeback of any kind because P. A. is real The Bank of Mt Vernon MT. VERNON, 'pP-'I-"-ifpi"l KY. IflSfooo tobacco delight J. E. Williams, the Renubliean County Judge of McCreary CountyT was impeacnea ny the House of high crimes and misdemeanors, by a vote or 48 to 45. Democratic floor leader, Harry Meyers of Covington, made a most gallant fight Jn .his endeavor to save Judg.j Williams from IrapeachmenL He protested vigorously and pleaded for a square deal. He insisted that the Democratic party in Kentucky ia "too big, too great, too generous to play that kind of politics." "The worst thing he has been harged with," said '.Meyers, "Is that be pur. six Democrats in Jail for si In investigating the accounts of various county ortcers on file-a- t the State House," assistants in the eneral's office have uncovered a new for.ro of graft. It Js simpie- - A man is employed by the .sheriff at $3 a day to go after a prisoner. He is gone ten days. That" would indicate that his pay would be $30 But in a bill sent in to. the state 'for payment the pay asked for was figured like this: Ten days of 24 hours make 240 hours; a working day is eight 'hours; 240 hours divided by eight hours makes IO days; at $3 a day it would be $9G." Sheriff's profit $60. Attorney-G- It Always Helps JR1NGE Albert ihe national jcy smoke mm hWmimi On the rvrtne tide of this ti3r red tin you will read: "Proee Patented July 30th, 1907," which has made thrma men amoke pipes where one smoked before 1 says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my. back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give t 1 " ; in l It r. --1-. J.C MeCLARY BETHURUM & LEWIS CARDUI a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-o-ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. Attorneys at Law Will practice In all the Courts Offices ': ilea cf Vihat a :e cr a hcnic-c.0aret- The Womsn's Tonic te in Bethurum Bldg. C should be. oioe-nea- ce One Town Lot, 50x200 feet in the Sparks addition. Also a good young mare. UNDERTAKER and EMBALMEB For Sale: messaee. 1 b Prince Albert and makin's-neac- e cigarette-makin- 's pleasure; you men 3': "i men who have "retired" from pipe and v.2.0 have never known its solace! Because you have a lot of smoke pleasure due Bav Prince Albert evervmhtre to. bacco it soldi in toppy red bags, Sc; tidy red tin, 10c; handsome pound and tin humidors and in humithat clever pound crystal-glas- s top that dor with spanne-moistenhstps the tobacco in such ffnm fhapt. half-pound er STANFORD, Fred Baker, Mt. Vernon, trrvit M" - Tmi nnplr.unnr.ntnp J,v" nniolr oe jwv.rr.. w. r.r- and make fire ! rvr w. w w&ww Wintton-Salem, TxriTVi ,r.. TP . A . Get a Bottle Today! vmi imj , KY. TCy Kf h if-tV R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, N. C ibj isj IA) iaj i) () ()(! fB) fv. tmt f ifijj r ,' r