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Mount Vernon signal: March 17, 1916 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1916 mou1916031701_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: March 17, 1916 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I .. t ii!-- .. "i rfHMMHhiliMMill Published Every Friday VOLUME XXIX .iiw MT. VERNON, TV yJT itftMtl COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, Wil-mottand ! i iMtWi V" " Established 1887 NUMBER 22 v iu -- f k 1 m ft ROCKCASTLE MARCH 17. 1916 nmcumra; H. H. ReyMrs. A. J. Haggard nolds sold his property on East ; V c. r--7 r- -xJGrk Main street to Uncle Marshall yv ZWmj71Wr,l'JliSl& II ;vWM& -? Dair Smith for $400. Mrs. J. J. Mc u.;v h-ssaftsi2K3esL n Call, of Maretburg, was the guest Miss Ella Mae Blanford has reof her daughters, Mrs. 8. R. turned from Louisville whore islie Mrs I. J.Albright, dur- has been for the past week visiting the week The many friends ing relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. of J. Thos. Cherry here will be IP. E. Druuimond have returned THE.UNIVERSAL CAR glad to know that he was acquit- from Knoxville, Term., after a ted of a charge brought by one weeks visit in that city. Rev. Martha Sympson, in the Lincoln Bowling, of Jackson county, will County Court on Thursday of preach at the Christian church Economy in low first cost and small last week, by a jury of the rep- Saturday aud Sunday the 18, and cot to operate and maintain. Strength ability to stand', up under the hardest men of Stanford and 19. J. W. Mullins has returned resentative vicinity. C. C. Howell landed a from Level Green where he was sort ot use. Simplicity a plain sturdy good job at McRoberts, Ky., and called on account of the illness of motor in a wonderfully strong and light car, ejijy tor anyone to run and care for. left Tuesday to take charge. his brother whom lie reports much Mrs. A.J. Sargent died at her better. Mrs. R. B. Sams and The Ford car your necessity. Runahome in the Hiatt section Satur- children, of Stanford, were here bout $390: Touring Car $440: Coupelet JfyM day night Mr. and Mrs J. M. for a few days last week. Mr $590; Town Car $640: Sedan $740,f.o.'o. Detroit, For Sale hv Roberts were visitiug his mother, ind Mrs. Claud Griffin, of near Mrs Sallie Roberts, at Gum Sul- Mt. Vernon spent Sunday with BROS. phur, Sunday. Clarence Roberts Mr. Griffin's patents, Mr. and V KUNO N KY. AIT. 'Phone G4 and Elbert King were here dur- Mrs. G. S. Griffin, of this place. -vsr y.f ","- ing the week from Pennington Mr. S. C. Franklin, of Mt. Vor-lo- n Gap, Va Mrs Bert Downs and was here Tuesday. Rosco little son, of Louisville, have been Gregory is working a few d:vs visiting the families of C (.). How it Estill junction. Mrs Lee m 5s JsPl ell and B A. Yiden for the pat Wagoner antl children, are visit week B. T. Young & Co. have og relatives at Hazel Patch -established a poultry house here, vlrs. H. Pr.uise, who has been m is typified in the gala array of BISCHOF Coats and Suits. and are in the market for ah 'ery poor health for some time, Such a galaxy of colorings such exquisite materials and kinds of pnultrv and eggs. Thc pmains very feehle. Mrs. L H. such smart styles you'll not find tl.z'.z equal anywhere at uiij Cash for ihv 'aish.is re.uriud ivo., ii..i pup.joe to the price. produce they ouv, aud will likelj where she has been visitiug . a wagon thru the country to mn Never before has a season ushered in such a variety of modes. G. S. Griffin is treating-tiigather up produce from the counstore room to a new coat of We're showing Mannish tailored suits; gracefully rippling try merchants. paint. C. E. Rice is spending a Dressy Suits ; Norfolks Sports and Outing suits in the most Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Smith, of few days with his con, Earl, in fetching materials. Every single suit has style, needled in to Hiatt, were the guests of Mr. and Lebanon Junction- .- Mr. Frank stay. And the skirts they're full and rippling, just short Mrs. A. M. Hiatt, Sunday. The Maris, Master of Trains at this enough to make the costume extremely girlish. Rev. Roxie Powell held regular x)int has returned from FloriAll the newest materials, in the new colors. services at the Methodist church da, where He has been for here Sunday. R. L. Smith was the past ten days resting and in Stanford, Monday. Miss Mary saeing the sights of that beautiful IRED Proctor is spending the week with city St. Augustine. Well, at last her sister, Mrs. Jack McMullins, he crisis has arisin and we have L. & IV. You should see them. Every one simply radiates style. in the Bromo section. Mrs. Wal o go down and give Mexico or There's the full rippling Utility coat, the jaunty new Sports ter Robins, and little daughter, ome of its citizens a threshing. coats, dressy coats in both cloth and silks, and the more conInez, were in Mt. Vernon, Sunday vVe did hope that we could get J? , 16 in, long, 3 per 1000 pieces servative coats, in many styles. and Monday with relatives. ;Pro- - along without a fight, but you lessors ivans ana K.oitn are in ;an't do nothing with the Mexi 2 3 j 16 in. long, $3X)Q pes pieces Don't miss this showing the only ones who'll be disappointed Middlesboro this week taking the cans, so as the ball has started "' are those who do not see it. 16 in. long, per 1000 pieces examination for a Government rolling, the best thing that Unite position as teachers in the Philip- 3am can du is to "mop up" with be clear of all defects. A Spanish bov ..hem before he quits pine Islands. U will make inspections O. from Porto Rico will lecture at the DANGERS OF DRAFT. Methodist church next Monday when notified. ' What the CathoDrafts feel best when we are hot evening, subject lics have done for my country". ind perspiring, just when they are tej8q dangerous and the result is A large audience is expected to .nost o Neuralgia, Stiff Neck, Sore Mus 4 hear him. Mrs. Bettie Tharp is ;les or sometimes an attaclc ot ?i Dr. and Rheumatism. In such quite sick this week. an iw 9 avtgi . wuim . It stimuand Mrs. W. E. Graveley were in ply Sloan's Liniment pOK, the information of the Livlates circulation to th sure aud ingston correspondent the Louisville during the week. The oamful part. The blood Hows writer wishes to state that the doctor was buying goods for his reely and in a short tvi'Piho stiff THE OLD reason why we failed to have a big Main street store, S.T.Proc less and pain leaves. Those suf op3fc- - 33fcxc&i jp-t- x 3L5a mX1 letter in the Signal week before tor, ofMt. Vernon, was with his ering fromNeuralgieor Neuralgic and other relatives hert deadache will find one or two last was that we occompanied one father of Sloan's Liniment will FL. T. Young n m ra. u of his democratic friends to the Tuesday. The Rev. ive grateful relief. The agoniz leswas in town Monday, taking ing pair, gives way to a tingling State Republican Convention at sons in real farm life, and makes a sensation of comfort and warmth Louisville, and after returning Mr. and Mrs. I. ind'vuiet rest and sleep is possi All signs indicate and justify us home we found that he hadigotten good hand too. P. Carter, who have spent the past ole. Good for Neuritis too. Price so much real enthusiasm from 25c. at yom Druggist. 1916 will be the to predict what he had seen and heard that six months in Shelby county, re L- Smith greatest year of prosperity in the we hesitated to leave him to the turned here Tuesday. R JJauxwell, S. C, was in Pine Hill, Wednesday, oi 11,' 191(5. March raei'cies of that almost forgotten history of old Rockcastle county. Ti fiJMV-- J party, thereiore we neglected ev business. Miss Eila Carson was TiiKSinxAr., plentiful, labor scarce. Mt. Vernon, ery thing in a business way that the guest of Miss Clyde Wat son at the home of Mr. anc. Rockcastle, Ky. we thought would keep over. us for Booster Harvey Green Howard died at Mrs Fred Durham, in Mt. Ver Jontlemen: W. T. I ani greatly interested to know Get on board while the Going's his residence Thursday of Jast non, during the week. DC$&a&K -4D$&C& Brooks, Extra Foreman for the just who were my paternal ante week after a few days illness of y $dc&dc& Good and get your share of the grip and other troubles incident L. & N., informs us that the side cedents, and also in locating possi-i- t relatives, and would greatly line is profits. to old age. His remains were track at this place will be ex tended north 1.550 feet. Tht appreciate your assistance in the buried at the Baptist church cemCall and see us. ;. etery the following day. Besides work is now under way, and thai natter. My father, Seliua Watson vwho his widow, who was a former wife a water crane will also be put it Vour l o s p e c t f u 1 1 v, of his son, the late Joe Howard, just north of the depot in order u lied in December, 1010, was horn he is survived by two sons, Char prevent delay of passenger trains. in Rockcastle county, Ky., and ' ley Howard, of this place, and The north bound trains will take was the son of Wesley Watsoh, Drama, in 4 Acts. Lysander Howard, of Louisville. water while the passengers are who married Sarah Sumner, and Attorney and Mrs. E. R. Gen getting off and on. When the they lived in Rockcastle county, ' No. 39 v. CHARACTERS .' try were here between trains last side track is completed a hundred Ky . If there is anyone now liv David Moore, a farmer John Lair Friday J. H. Ward sold at cars, two cabooses and two en- ing in Rockcastle county, who can Mary Langford public sale" last Saturday some gines can be accommodated. Itwill give me any information relative . v..wwwvwvwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwvwvvvvvveevvveeee.segp Susan Moore, his wife a: ..... . 111:? jt Elizabetntheip daughter Ella Mae McKen.zie household effects and other require about six weeks to com- to the Watson family and Wesley plete the work. We are also in- Watson's antecedents or Sarah Jerry, their son, Will Davis items, and jrabved his family to . the Rockcastle MillDr. Templeton, a young divine Logan Bryant the farm he recently purchased formed that have a side track put Sumner's antecedents, I will gladBos... ing Co. will '' "village newspaper Verna Welch near Lebanon, the family leaving in right away, and that the grad ly reward them for such. I be903 Will Thompson Wednesday. John Kvder, the young master of The Maples We regret to " give ing will be begun in the next few lieve Wesley Watson was born in Culpepper county, Virginia. () Wandering Tom, a mystery . Aubry Martin up Mr. Wardand his estimable days. Mrs. J. R. Cass is visiting OS... OO. ichard Mullins family. Mr. and Mrs. V. P; her daughter, Mrs.LB. Hilton, at Awaiting the favor of your re . CdfMbsehis companion OS... Stanford, this week. ply, I am, 80 Nell, ''The dust of 'the earth" Ruth Mullins Rigsby were with relatives here Very truly yours, ' make it show a new coat of a few hours Saturday. Mr. and COLDS QUICKLiT RELIEVED. J SYNOPSIS (Mrs.) Marv Many people couerh and cough Mr. A. E. Albright were in. CinIf you wish to keep Barnwell, South Carolina 'ACT I Exterior of Maple "Farm , trom the beginning of Fall right days last week. Mr. cinnati a few Any one who can furnish a part ' beat Kurfee's " Albright was buying goods for through to spring. Others get MUSIC : 0es.. preserve it. cold after, cold. Take Dr. King's or all of the above information big Main Street store. Mrs. his us explain why before "ACT II Interior of Maple Farm Cottage '"" New Discovery aud you wil get advis, J. L. Pilkenton was in the city of. almosj$4iediate relief. It checks will confer a great favor by ftflat.. r-- ! ing either Mrs. Silverthorne or you buy. Mt. Vernon between trains Satj your cpuT.tops the racking, rasp,. the Signal. tissue-tearinACT III Wandering Tom's Cabin urday. Mrs. A. J. Haggard Is ing,' cough, heals )& Give the inflammation, soothes the raw SO. reported quite sick this week. 4 Music tubes. Easy to take, Antiseptic Mrs. Allen Hiatt, of Quail, was I OOM and Healing. Get a 50c. bottle of .. f ACT IV Same as ACT II the guest of her' daughter, Mrs. Dr. King's New Discovery and ? QQ.att '1 2L eon" Ben Riddle, here during the" week keep it in the house. "It' is cerfor Infants and Children, OOa... Wallacs Haggard, who has been, tainly a great medicine aud I keep Tfii Kind You Have Always Bought attending the Bowling Green Bus- a;3)ottle of itcontinually on hand" L. DAVIS writes W.C "fessema'o, Bears the yr"tiuK 17th 8:0.0 O'cock. iness College, is at home on ac- N.H. Money back. MFranconia. - Signature of . .uot satisa. count of the illness oLhis mdther, j bed but nearly always helps. AAAAAAte A ....... X SAAABBAAAAAAaaaaaa Z..ITZa 7 1 mmmk ar w wsmbi I u V Lsivmg'sloM ':' -- 4y iramion Ji ints yMMt: pm- &jjf Style ohoW BRYANT - 1 Fashion's Forecast For jprinj x- reia-dves- s 2X2 2XZ WANTFn SPLIT HICKORY And Our Coats! EITHER OR WHITER TIMBER DeliveredlAIong the x Spokes J 000 SIZES:' $5.00 $6.00 SUTTON & McBEE RELIABLE 3x3, Timber x must Mr. V. Jarrett Our .: r3fc ftQMftMW, .Ai jonas Mckenzie .- JSreGlheeiGl Yours Very ruly, STANDARD WHEEL CO. iiiisi ca-e- s ijIJ$P.gg& sioq3pq&e A good line of General r- NOTICE ayy that j Merchandise -- - Farm Implements -- . Work Ask " Tickets.,f .qpqpfce3JfcC 3C$p9esc&3e Our Drugs. -- -- PROGRAMME "THE DUSTOFTHE EARTH" CHAS. C. DAVIS LEADING DRUGGIST Phone ... IF YOU WANT TO ;- Miss-Arabella,:tK- e - e Your House up with . Paint. it, . . J ''.- " - Paint. You can't Let g We BOOSTER TICKETS : GRADED SCHOOL CHAPEL F&tay t, March I CASTOR A Pioneer stSPe Phone 87 CHAS. ........!.! ww.....wwwwwV n'" t'w ;;;;, "SS" ML VERNON SIGNAL! March 17, 1916 The colored Republicans Friday, EDGAR 4 Published every Friday by . ALBRIGHT, ONE VBA.R UBSCRIPTION $I.O Advertising rates maue know cv application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION $! WORTH THINKING ABOUT From ox cart1? to automobiles. Oat of debt to three billion dollars to the good. This was the glori ous condition of Kansas at the be ginning of this .year. When Kan and whiskey sas was boose-ridde- n soaked she was known the world over as the state ot mortgages and the home ot the Populists. Today she is admired and re spected as the state of culture, broad minded and wealthy. The champion motor car common wealth of the elobe is not iNew York. Neither is it New Jersey or Massachusetts. It is Kansas. The per capita wealth of Kansas is greater than that of any other state. She has over ten thousand silos and is bnilding more, at the rate of ten a day. Thirty-on- e counties, known as the Western part of Kansas, produced last Fayette county reports 910 million bushels of births and 1131 ueaths in 1915. year thirty-si- x wheat, which was mere than the Pike county reports 1(103 births total yield of Ohio, more than and 326 deaths. Fayettes popuDRUO GISTS Pennsylvania, Montana, South lation is about lS.ooo more than , STQRE KEEPERS Dakota, Oregon, or Michigan. I Pike yet. she reports G93 less An exclusive Tanlac Agent leads all the states of the union in J births thaa-th"" . latter. is wan tod in 'every town, domestic-sciencextension work la?S. .nd cross roads in this It is also known for its production 'county!' For particulars and County has let' Lincoln of sugar beats, alfalfa and corn advertising plans' ' address the reconstruction O't'tho The farmers are alive and sobber. Danville Pike and the Crab Orch Cooper " Medicine Company, young men are church going, ard pike, the Boone Way route. Eer - ":t:" Dayton, Ohio: active and progressive. Instead TfVV being a state at which verbal of brick bats are thrown, her citizens are enjoying the sweet pefurae of praise lor their sobriety and thrift. To day she has no slums and she SA&IBROOK prohi has a successful state-widbition that actually prohibits. 'Wl V C? J J& S Arn't these facts worth thinking maicme some noise over me nici Highest Record that at the laie Republican State Convention in Louisville they were Sto allowed only one delegate, out of Quality Tells the interest eight, to attend the National con of This Extraordinary jedicine vention at Chicago, and said dele No other meoieitftHas fever ap Hpl'P oilannlirtiac a liulf Vrtf wonderful reord of tofore they have been granted one proached 1the " .. tr u. r. iu out of four. The dissatisfied con- .xaniuc. it successes world tingent held a meeting in Lex- "ruanee of the s'aid business una success built on maret o ington and "protested " Among nine months afthe resolutions was one asking usual that in usl introduced that one of the white delegates be ter Tanlac had been been Mild had withdrawn, and substituting a col one million bottles women who bad learnored man. They claimed that al- to men and the relowing them only "half a nigger" ed its superior qualities lor lief ot ailtnens of the stomach, did them ar injustice. liver and kidneys and catanhal While, of course, this country affections. Taniac appeals to the, best peocan thresh Mexico, it would cost many lives. The present expe- ple everywhere. These, are the dition in pursuit of Villa, is more men and women who. judge intel serious than many are led to be- hgently and impartially, and the lieve. It is more than .probabU-th- result always is a Tanlac verdict native Mexicans will rally to Upon the iud r&ement of many the support of the bandit chief thousand people rests the great and secure popularity of Tanlac ivont-ualland cause much trouble. Those who take Tanlac always we believe, it will be war with Mexico. Waterson favors return for the second bottle bewading in and take everything in cause the first few doses establish sight clean to the isthmus. His its merits. Tanlac is so efficient and purse, it at once makes known slogan is 'on to Panama." iis value in derangements ci the V11.LA and his band of assassins stomahe, muigesnon, upset nerves who raided Columbus, New Mex., and debility. last week, and murdered nineTanlac, that has come, to be gen teen Americans and losing a hun- erally known as the Master Meddred of their own gang, are being icine, now may be obtained at pursued by American soldiers Mt. Vernon, at the Drugstore of who crossed the border into Mex- Ohas. C. Davis, also at Central ico on the hunt of the mexican Drug Co., Livingston, and John desperadoes. Some seven or Robins' Drue: Store, Brodhead, eight thousand of our forces have W. M. Owens' Store, Bun, Ky., been sent to the border. Lyne Bros . Crab Orchard', S. E Wc!"h, Berea, Ky.- . A 1 Tankc ScCUtCS The tf I President's Wedding Cake-- ?--a- Hpwell J Ev.?';iSP 1 MET!"" ST- - . -- : . - . example of decnever orative art equaled in the bisto ry of cake decorating ai example n ofde-licio-'sne1 ss 1 ah t ltess and wholesome-- ness that would be a pride to any housewife. It is ANOTHER TESTIMONIAL For CALUMET BAKING POWDER e This world famous Wilson-Gai- t W e d -- y, . ding Cake was made by Mrs. Marian Cnle Kisher and Miss Pansy Bowen. both well known Domestic Science Experts. Calumet Baking Powder was usedbecauseboth these experts use it exclusively in their work and know it is the purest, safest, the most wholesome and economical to Rev. James Baroe-- . pent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Hazel' Hatch. Mrs. McKinley' Kirby is numbered among the Sick. Rev. Ths Clifford filled his regular appoint uent at Hope Sunday. well Saturday md Ho'rt the mall son o vir a d Mrs. Alfred Barnes i verv sick. Mr. Gr'orge Barne has moved i to a house .John b'letcher's place andtioiiert Sovvler moved to the house vacated hy Mr Barnes -- vir v'annical and Vlis llattie, sp-n- t Sun day with Mis Robert Harmon. Mrs. Cromer is visiting her son, Mart, Cromer, at this place Alfred Barnes sol. a calf to a Mr. Ren er for $1$ Rev. Carmical tilled his reuiilar appointment at Mt. Ph- - sant church Saturday a d Sunday. Born March 8th to the wife cf Turner oowder a girl. .Rev Fred Jones will commence a protracted meeti ig at Hopewell the first bunday in April Harrison Pitman spent Saturday with her daughter, Miss Flora, who is attending school ai Mt Vernon. Miss Cam nil n spent Friday night with Mis Kat ie Baker. We are having a very backward spr g and there has been hut very little garden put out in this part. n-Mrs. H--- i,s- - T, nnoT r iWM ' UHOs Wi Vs For Infants and 1111 ' MotSters Knc Genuine Ca.. . t rnwm.- - 3 PER CESZ ' lic5loma:nsanui Always j Bears pTlfeH romotcsDesUan.Clia TiCYT the Signature of zt 23 jtojrtamsmiwn j'nnrnanciBi'-JtsSana M-ttSet- Narcotic. tj - t a 1 a Tv M V I 1 In M Kr k rVT tZv'ri iff Uso For Over M(i. k ?i5 w Worras.recnsanuai jaSTsignatoa01 1 jV pespflCTnPffl Exact Copy of Wrapper. THE CCNTAUR COMPANT, NCW YO CITT. !nnrSrrco"xu N-- i V L Thirty Years use. millions of housewives who use it every baked ay so will you if you try it on the things hard est to bake. So do IN MEMORY Mrs. Matgaret Shutls departed this lift- - February 25, 19I6 She manage, Miss befi re ht-w-i- s r 1 1 Powell, 11 you gei dangh er loh and Katt e Povveh, was b ru f ATTENTION -- e vil-"- ' e r con-trackf- or . Send your name and address for free re- ceipe and history of the -- Wedding Cake. Then bake one just like' it yourself. Received highest awards Pure Food Ex- poitions, Chicago and in Monne Co , Ohio, August 12, i846, and was married to Peter Shutts Jan. 6, I807. To this un ion were born five child , hnv ( of whom ar- - still livng, one daughter, Mrs. Harriet McNeal of Mt. Pleasant, Mich, two sons, P. H. Shutts, of Danville, Ind., and J. W. Shotts, of Ottawa, Kv. She r-i- The Man With Million A III " "Worlds Paris. . . ' 4S Mothers V- FOR SALE Calumet Baking Powder Co. Chicago. We have the Earliest. Big, High-Clas- s Strawberry grown. Also the e THE ESTAE over? statistics of Ken tuck for the year 19I0 have just been published The number of birth-iRockcastle was 492, death 13(5. or 8 deaths to each 1000 popula tion; births showing up nearly 4 to each death. In Breathitt county we find the best average in the state. The births number 54G, deaths only 80, or 41- - to the 1000 population; births being nearly 7 to each death reported. This is a most remarkable showing and, if the record is correct, it indicates that Breathitt county is the healthiest locality in the old commonwealth, notwithstanding the unenvied reputation the county once had on account of its feuds, when it was believed that as many died violent deaths each year as the reported total number of deaths in the year iqi5, within n Vital VmrimiAe U 'he Children 'fashioned Trorras. cor.tinu-:t"moniaI I &$ ji w--vi Ti w Jcaa on hand. It cnej happy SCI. S urv in j BALTIMORE. f ni 25c you a bol- - J r can't or Bestoneor the Everbearing Kinds; JNLIVINGSTON, KY. bears the best flavored berries from spring until snow flies. Free Consists of Two 4 Kq'om Houses Booklet. Wakelield Plant Farm, in good repair; well,. Targe barn, Charlotte, North Carolina. t 119 Tpwn .Lots in the .Rockcastle jjMch Heights Addition, and SO acres Prjdemijht cause a person to ofGoodEarrr Land, Cleared and buy a more expensive machine ready for cultivation, all forS1500, than the Ford;bu ail the pride The two houses are renting for in the yorld cant buy a bettbr $12.00 per month, which is 10 machine than the Ford. Hryant Bros. per ceut.on your money invested. f If interested, write io-6. with her husband and children, moved to ihis county in :886 She was a good, honest, faithful woman and well liked by all who knew her, aud will be greatly missed by her many friends and relatives She was laid to rest at the family burying ground beside her husband who preceeded lur sixteen years to await the ream rection morn. "Peaceful be thy silent slumbers, Peacelul in the giave so low;'' She has joined her dear companion That departed long ago. We miss you dear mother, We miss your tender care; Needs a clean bank, a strong bank, a the man with a progressive bank hundred cannot afford to do business with any other kin- - The Peoples is seeking your business and is pre pared to care for it. INTEREST PAID ON TIME I I !i DEPOSITS Peoples Bank 111 w w m HI SmmS0SpSm is mm Our home is sad without you. We miss you everywhere. In silence you suffered, Patiently you bore; Until God called you, To suffer no more. &rMxx jy 1 ml Pt m I8S rvl . . E. : o. TREY, MD. m J. W. SAMS, 2C00 Frankfort Ave., Louisville, Ky $200,000. will vote May on the question of issuing 13th road bonds to the amount of Lincoln County SIGN CF GOOD DIGESTION. When you see a cheerful and happy old lady you may know that she has good digestion. If Vour digestion is impaired or if you do not relish your meals take a dose of Chamberlain's tablets. They strengthen the stomach, improve the digestion and cause a gentle O0 movement of the bowels. tainanle evervwhere. SWEET QOVER SEED Direct from grower. Large cultivated biennial white and yellow; hulled and unhulled. Also scarified lor full and special prompt germination. Prices and circulars sent free. Clean, Strong and Safe The standing of a Bank is determined by the law under which it operates, 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 recommendations. YOUR BUSINESS SOLIUITED, its territory. The Bank of Mt, Vernon Every newspapej; treasures up in its memory the names of its frieuds and likewise its enemies It seldom, it ever, overlooks an opportunity to assist the former, but never goes out of its way to boost the latter. Human nature is pretty much the same everyPeople who show the where. newspaper scribe kindness, neve: makes a better investment, or one that more surely pays them a hundred fold sooner or later. As has truly been said, there comes a time in the life jof every man when a word said by a newspaper either makes or unmakes the individual mentioned. m vw W, Wa "IrS WT '- - - i' -- '- - jtS'-'--. ' " 's5asril 'M&y''f 'W&&f"j'--- JOHN. A. SHEEHAN, R. E. ' -- - iMyw M Jw No., Falmouth, Ky. i-,- a 000 11 i MT. VERNON, KY. i ooo 5:M (Ft- - :MmJiW W..w,,.,. -- - ' fiW' is the real tobacco for jimmy Pipes ;( "':" cigarette. ! ' I J. Bethurum has re fused to grant an injunction to preJudge B. v. vent, the-- County J udge from selling a $300,000 bond issue; held that a majority vote was sufficient in road bond elections, and that the Pulaski Fisral Court was acting wittin its rights to advertise for bids on the bonds. They are all coming across for good For men who got away to a false start-oa pipe or home-mad- e cigarettes Prince Albert has a word n Get a 1 mrn0 rr" pFesli'-'Start:- ! : To half pint of water add 1 oz. Bay Rum, a small 'box of Barbo Compound, and oz. of glycerine. Apply to the hair twice a week until It becomes the desired can put this up or shade. you can mix It at home at very little cost. Full directions for making and use come will In each box of Barbo Compound. It gray gradually darken streaked, faded hair, and removes dandruff. It U excelwill make harsh lent for falling hair and wUl not color the hair soft and glossy; It scalp, Is not Ucky or wasy. and tam aat rub off. Ahy-ruggtst RECIPE FOR CRAY HAIR. HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Few Years of Coii-OH,lirs.BiIock j AN IDEAL SPRING LAXA- TIVE. Dicouragig Gave I had gotten so weak I could not stand, the United States. The of the President designating a day of Thanksgiving only makes it a legal holiday In the IHstrict of Columbia and the io. proc-Hmatio- There is no National holiday n they're on the right track. All" to be said' is 'that the sooner you lay out a nickel or a dime for a supply of .Prince Albert, the sooner' you'll make a discoyeryy .that'll be worth a lot to your peace of mind and Boy Prtnea Albert all over th civilized world I Toppyred tongue batt, Sa tidy red tinm, 10c: pound and d tin humidor andthat clatty Get the JdeaK.of. smoking aff" you' rptallai pound humidor wirhoiat a. comeback-th- at wtth aponge-moittentop' that keeps the tobacco in ,R. XREYNOLDSTOBACCO CO., Winston-Stie- s, such fin ehapealway t ' - .' . .. r "half-pouner ,. - or two for what ail's their smokeappetites ! Forget you ever, tried to smoke, forr Prince Albert is so different, such a fine flavor, so cool "and cheerful and friendly, you'll get a new idea of smoke joy I The patented process fixes that and cars our bite and parch! And this little preachment is also for .men who think A good and time tried remedy is Dr. Kings New Life Pills. The first dose will move the sluggish bowels stimulate the liver and clear the system of waste and blood impurities. You owe it to yourself to clear the system of body poisons, accompanied during the winter. Dr. King's New Life Pills "will do it. 25c at your and I gave up in despair. 1 At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and com- Up a Despair. Case- - Hnsbai. Rescae. ,'' Ml :ii l99KSf; V1 I !': . tM ! km) r Druggist dose, I could tell it was helping me. 1 can now walk two miles without its Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows: "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic It has helped this time, 1 could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 while, and could tt menced taking it. From the very first P n Dentist Phone 49-S- Conover X sot walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should MT. VERNON, KY 4' .. want 's P. A.! N.C sji ., it .ukMnt tid y r faaawiHra : rrac rueatM Stir SMv 17." wkkk tmtke three on tty$fa&&&3!C all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what in my left side. jfc The doctor was called in, and his treat-me- at it will do. Ask him. He wQl recomrelieved me for lrkn ' sJ CASTOR Children C FLETCHER' FOR a while, but I was mend After Advisory it Begin taking Cardui today. ge soon confined to my bed again. Mt,nothia seemed to do me any good. Treats eatfarWonea'seatlaBlalawraypar. Ladles to: Chattanooga MHldne-Co.- . Dept.. Chattanooga. Tenn.. for Special Instructions on your cue and book. Write - Hot J-- 6 J - .;.'; 1 Ml": VERNON SiGNA Mt. Vernon Ky Mar. 17, 191 6 f 79 tip "No. 79" wtxen watx to Communl- eats with SIGNAL 79 Come and see the newest thing Fish's isthe Dress-Uj head in dry goods. Sutton & McBee. quarters of this town. .1 received of the in- St. Patrick, Local Views and , stallment of State' funds.Hue.tach J other Post Cards at Pisli'f. bo I can only pay each Wm. Mullins bought a good pair ers. of their March teacher of work mules lrom W.G. Bysinger draft at this time. 1 am sorry this ' this week. money could not all be paidatonce New spring coat-- , su ts, t but, it appears that we will haVe everything for women and child to await the legal maturity of the p one-third- ", v' There is a Real Difference ream of tartar, derived from grapes is .used in Royal Baking Powder because it i the best and most healthful ingredient known for the purpose. Phosphate and alum, which are derived from mineral sources, are used in. some baking powders, instead of cream of, tartar, because they are" cheaper. If you have been induced to use baking'' powders made from alum or phosphate, use Royal Baking Powder instead. You will be pleased with the results and the difference in the quality of the food. - s one-thir- d '; ren. Sutton &c MchEE. State obligations. LOUISVILLE & Nashvillc R.R.Co. r 22 24 )3 21 ME TABLE. 5.0? p m 3:56 a id - Largest line of men's and boy's shoes, suits, hats, neckwear and collars ever shown 'n this town (Mrs.) Alice Davis, County Superintendent. Hon E. Bullock has returned from Frankfort, where for the last sixty days he has represented Laurel and Rockcastle counties in jf v'7tM 9EfllF3&sfetv&9-ithe lower branch of the Legi-l- a ture and did it with credit to his district and honor to himself. It has been several years since this district sent a man to the Leit-hi-ture-, who worked more faithfully, ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO stood better among theother mem PERSONAL New York The Lincoln County National bers of the General Assembly and come out with a better or cleantr W. H. Jones, of Wildie, was in Bank has soid to the Fifty-Thir- d National Bank of Cincinnati, 0 record, than our own "Tub" Bultown Monday. worth of Lincoln county court lock. He voted right on every Willie Adams is home from write up the prospect of settlers Mrs. Sarah Kirby. Mr. and Mrs. house bonds, bearing 5 per cent. 4Uestiou. Colesburg for a few dry. as fast as I can to be published by Nathan Doan spent Saturday night The price paid was 97. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sampson, Ben C. Purcell is home from and Sunday with the latters parI wish to state to the public of Barbourville, Sunday last, eel the Signal. . . S. A. Savlor. Barbourville for a few days. sixty-fift- h Spring Hats : We havet re- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam McClure. chat beginning March 20, I will ebrated their wedding Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Miller will Miss Martha Kirby was in Mt. e out of my office a few days, but inniversary with a reception at ceived a complete Line of Ladie's go to housekeeping in one of the Spring Hats, and can sell them at Vernon last Saturday, having denifter a few days I expect to be in .vhich were present a large num cottages on South Richmond. tal work done. Mrs. M.G. Kirby, regularly. ber of local people and relatives a reasonable price. Judge L. W. Bethurura ana who has been sictc for the past Come bere and buy. P. H. Uonover, Dentist. from neighboring towns. ChildCounty Attorney E. R. Gentrj eight months, is slightly improvMullins & Muluns. btev. W. M. Jackson will begin ren present, included Louis D. went over to see the closing scene? ing. W. M. Bullock was in Mt a New York newpaper Livingston. Ky. us work as pastor for the Baptist Sampson, of the Legislature. For Sale. Eggs for hatching Vernon last Saturday on business. church here Third Sunday in nan; Joseph Sampson, a contract C. Walton, the popular and E. There will be preaching at Mt. pril. All members are urged, jr, of Sioux Falls, N. D.; Judge trom Pure Bred Plymouth Rock well known Stanford Journalist, Pisgah the fourth Saturday and Thirty-fourtF. D. Sampson, of the 3hickens; barred. 60 cents for 16 spent Sunday afternoon with md otheis invited to come to the Sunday. judicial district; Mrs. Jones eggs. A. E. Albright, services and hear him. friends in Mt. Vernon. of Lonnon, and Mrs, F. R. Feb.25.3t. Brodhead, Ky. J. T. Meadows. Mrs Cox and daughter, Miss IS The darner, of Barboursvillc. U. G. Baker was in Louisville afth generation was presented by four-roocot-agFor SALE,-rO- ne Grace, and son. Claude, will move just outside corporation Jim- back to the old home as soon as most of the week buying goods ue little great-grea- t grand daugh- This question was, put to... a . for his string of Mt. Vernon store.-lr- er. Miss Jone-- , ol London. Mr ts on Railroad street. Terms number of reporters; ..Here, are the weather opens up. Baker is to day handling most Mrs. B. F. McClelland, of Chiind Mrs. Sampson, aged 93 and 85 iasy and reasonable. See some oPtfieTeplies everything in the category and, J. T. Meadows, respectively, are in the best ol cago, who was Miss Ella Francis, "News fs'anythingtjiai thegen-era- l nas a seperate building for almost lealth. Mr. Sampson is s retired" Section Foremau, Mt. Vernon, Ky. here on a visit to her parents, is public ought to knov. every line. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Francis. carmeranda bank director. WANTED AGENTS "News consists of events that Billy Sunday says "A dead Mrs. G. T. Johnson spent a part Throughout the county to sell are either very usual or very, unash swims with the tide. A live IN MEMQRY OF MR. LOGAN Stokes Garden Seeds. of last week in Kuoxville with Mr Best on usual. LONG who travels for one ol one wiggles against it." "You "News is the daily record ot the Johnson, On March 6th, just as the early .he market. Easy sales, big profit can't tell a man's size by the noise Kuoxvi lie's best shoe houses. humau race put into convenient Write at once for particulars. be makes. A frog makes more dawn revealed tte fresh morning shape for the public. O. D. Ponder, County Mgr., Air. and Mrs. Hugh Miller are ight, the angel of death came am. noise than a whale; a baby cries "News is the panarama of the Livingston, Ky. rel here from Oklahoma claimed as its victim the devoted louder than a giant." world everv twenty, lour hours in 1 atives. Hugh says that every.lusband and lather. He had been t Place your order now for a Ford is nourishing in the west. thing DEBATE. sick only a short time with that Jar. If you wait uutil spring the embryo. "News is whatever the public was with There will b. a public discuss- oiost dread disease, consumption, chances are that you will have to Clarence Rickels homefolks from Sunday until ion between Evangelist J. L. Da- Arhich takes away many of oui .vait two or three months, or even will read and pay for. "News is anything from Jone's Wednesday. He has a good vis, of the Ohurch of Christ, and jjodly souls. His suffering wat longer, before delivery can be arrival in town or the rail of an in Cincinnati in an iron ttev. J. G. Soward, at Providence patiently bourne. If he had aij j jjade. ACT MOW. .ihurcb, near Quail, Ky. Two jnemy in the community in which j foundry. Bryant Bros, Agents. empire. ''News is truth concerning beginning at ue lived, no one knew it. He was Our good fiiend Jim Maret is lays, March 27-2- 6, Our Frest Proof Cabbage Plants men, nations and things. That is J I years of age. Besides still on the inside, not having re- LO a. m. Come one and all and thirty-nin- e row in the open in snow and truth concerning them whioh .is nis loved companion and three covered from Ins severe attack of uear for your self. rost, under the Blue Ridge foot helpful or pleasant, or useful, or Ky the grip, to feel justified in ven County Judge W. L. Brown was little children, he leaves a father, aills, and are extra hardy. Lead- necessary for a reader to know.'' turing out. , indicted in two cases. One indict- tnree sisters and one brother to ing varieties. Send 50c. for 200, The last definition was declared his death. The remains Elmer Lechleiter is in Cuba for ment charged wilful neglect of mourn PLETE LINE - were laid to 'rest at Providence ol.UO for 500 post paid; 65c. for to be the best. a tew weeks stay. When it comts official duty in connection with the 300 ,$1.00 for 1000, $4.00 for 5,000, Coffins, Caskets and Robes eieven to hustling and doing things, this neating and lighting of the court cemetery, Tuesday at 57.50 for 10,000 by express. Ask When Croup Comes . 1 Mail, to await the call of tht Datchman is certainly in a class uouse. The second charged mis o'clock, ap'"'. ior price list of Vegetable and Treat Externally - pon.e, ipr'ders Promptly feasance in office in connection last great day. In his death tht Slower Plants. Wakefield Plant to himself. wife has lost a devoted hnsbaua, '"Filled The old method of dosing dolicate' little London C. H. Mullins has sold his in with the road business. 'arm, the children a kind and loving Mchl0-6- t Charlotte, North Carolina. stomachs with nauseous diiig-- is wrong interest in the barbershop to K. Sentinel. and harmful. Try the external treatment iOG9e3G963C9Cgpfather. We extend to the be " Sahe. Just rub a Vick's . C. Mashall, who will take charge . .',- A dispatch from Lexington in reaved much sympathy. JATARRAHAL DEAFNESb little over the throat and chest. The vaat once. Mr. Mashall is a broth .Sunday's Courier Journal says: pors, released by the body heat,, loosen the CANNOT BE CURED A Friend. choking phlegm and case the difficult to Cas Cox, the senior irs. Mollie F. Ramsey died oy local applications, as they can- breath ing. A bedtime application insures of the firm. Mr. Mulhnt member Terry Mont, not reach the diseased portion of sound sleep. 2oc, aOc, or S1.00. . at her home 426 Park Ave.' March b", lyiG. will go to Somerset where ht Sne was 78 years old and is sur tne ear. T. here is only one way to Co my many friends in Rockcascure catrrhal deafness and that is a good opening. has eived by three sous, Louis H., jy a constitutional remedy. tle county, Ky: George M., and Elmer T. Ramsey, caused by an New spring caps for young men, LOCAL I left Brodhead, Ky., Feb. 16, inflamedDeafness is of the mucous ill of this city, and two brothers. condition to 81.50, at Fish's. James Myers, of Mt. Vernon, and 1915, 11:30 a.m.; arrived in Terr lining of the Eustachian tube. 50c Attend the big lot sale this p. m. Frank Myers, of Williamsbuig. .vlont, 21st, 5:40 p.m., with m In after years the perusal of a When this tube is inflamed you 1: dies' skirts just re family and am now living in this have a rumbling sound or imper- loe letter ho wrote to his wife Big line 01 A special from Franklort Sun1(31 fect hearing, and when it is entireA: McBee. ceived. before marriage makes a man feel Sutton day last says: "Should the Mex town. I found a homestead of ly closed. Deafness is the result. acres in the Powder River Valle, a mutilated lead nickel Unless the inflamation can be re- is cheap as John J. Nichols, of the Hans- ican situation call for volunteers S miles west of Terry and '6y2 duced and this tube restored to its Sim -- "What's the proper age ford section, left Wednesday for among the States, Adjt. Gen. J. miles south from Blonford depot normal condition, hearing will be to fall in love? Tandy Ellis said to night KenMcLean, 111., to locate. and filed on it in the branch office destroyed forever. Many cases of Lizzie "If under forty, young tucky would have about 2,4oo nere at Terry. I received m deafness are caused by catarrh. fool; it over forty, old fool." Band will men The East Bernstadt from whom to pick. He saio papers from tha General Land which is an inflamed coudition ot lurnibh tnuaic lor the land sale to the military organization in of the mucous surfacesr this Office of Hall's day. Emmet Stringer, the leadthis district, located at Catarrh Cure acts throug the state is fairly well officered ana fOR FLETCHER'S MVTATINEE AND Miles City, Feb. 29th. Will" sav blood on the mucous surfaces of er, is in charge. the regiments were remarkablj I Ah myself and faintly are all well'ano the system. Battle Cry of Peace will be full for peace times. Field equipWe will give One Hundred Dol ' Yiou'will never have another opportunity well satisfied with our move from shown at the Stanford Opera ment is what is needed most, lars for any case of Cataahal Deal Kentucky. The weather has oeen by House, Wednesday,, March 22nd. should a call be made Gen. Ellis less that cannot be to see this wonderful production so close to home due since we have been here. It Hall's Catarrh Cure. cured Circulars elsewhere in said, none of the members of the See announcement .' Kentucky regiments would be nas been cold but the air is dry, tree. All druggists, 70 cts. this issue. and one does not feel the cold like F T. CHANEY & CO. Toledo, O. Sale Lincoln obliged to go to the front, under they do in Kentucky. This is L. & N. EXCURSION RATES. their enlistment. Volunteers sure a nice country and Terry is. SERVICES AT THE CHRISTRound trip to Louisvil'e 4. 10, would have to be called for." or your IAN CHURCH SUNDAY. y . rf a fine town to live in. It is just limited to April 25, April . ;" ,;;..,.-.orders The city of St. Louis pays into two years old and the county seat Sunday School 9:45. account Kentucky Educationa t. " ; ' me Missouri State Treasury more of Prairie county and contains (3l0 Preaching service at 11 a. m. Association. 1 JtiKl "ALr than is spent in or for the population, the C. M. & St. Paul inonjy Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m. The Dixie Hignway passes rigm direct benefit of St. Louis by the and the Northern Pacific Rail Preaching service at 7:30 p. m. by the lots tu.ue sold by W aJUn otate government, and some peo- rtoads cross here, and we have & Taj 101 tins p.m. 2S23; Besides thib ple iu t. Louis have complaineu. twelve passenger trains a ua, these' are'the "most desirable buno tjuisvme nas done the same six going west and six going ast, ' Get Our Prices and. ing lots 111 iouu. Ihe good bu thiug lor years in Kentucky and ana one train coming west is Mrs. Sam Rowe and children We Will Get Ywir'i uesb iuixu l the man wno strike: no one is complaining. Of tue loaded with emigrants looking foi spent last Saturday with Mrs. Trade. when the iron is hot. $500,000 raised in Louisville un- homesteads. The free lands in Sarah Kirby. Miss Mary Barron Our line of Couch Caskets Las coi, ine gentlemanly bar der ihe State school tax, approxi- Montana are being taken up fast .pent Sunday with Mrs. Neal is unexcelld ber, sou.t eais ato sent the toi mately $220,000 goes to school and it wont be luug till free gov Misses Martha and Fan- Hand-mad- e Coffins furnished lowing. Ustiiuouial to a paten jurpuses in poor r coumie, auu eminent laud wiu oc a thing ot tht me Kirby were the guests of 1 have'beeu suL medicine turn: luc same principle lioicu true wiih past. All the ot ,hfv. Misses Cora and Bertha Kincer Hearse sent to all parts of j jeci lu hts loi jears, out .liei tak luc Oitici' pails ul the Slate tax. are cheaper ueio man they am n. last Thurday. Miss Cardie Mc the County. ing two Uuit.es ul juiir medicine MJuisv.iii- is. giua to inatve mis con Kentucky, oid.e oacon is 12 centa Kinney spent Sundnywith, Miss s by Mre Promptly.Filled Kidaveu' hdo u juse." Tuej triouiiou to tue Mate. The thiug per pound, Hams Id cents. Iaru Rissie McKinney. Fred Hatcher unieMy asks irom tne state is 10 cents, dour pd.Zb per hundreu was it don t kuuW whether ue of near Level Green, made his TT.n or is uutv a jeit umiei-speller. permission us be one in tnt pjunds; can goods are just about regular call here Sunday evening, Caa claims lie wrote tne ma'uagenient ot us own aflairs in the same as at drodnead. 1 wiu rW. M Wallen, of near Mt. Ver MT. VERNON, KY. v,P)uraei9A-S.-.;letter lor a ifeiguoor and 'abVenV oruer that the improvement, in say to my iriends m Koctccasslc non, was in this part Sunday fA X i'Sr'-ff- - !tf 'F 'd" S'i'S" "P" " .'oi.' "miudejly .Mncvi uls'owa name to touai government may continue. sign lor the oignal auu keep in Mrs. James Barron and children J..rlju52-MWgpiN0N,KY- . close toucn witn me. and lwilispent Sunday with her t,ntw it. iYVI 4 4 and Whit? Lily, the best patents made, 95c. 12:13 am at J. W. Baker's, West room Adv. Jas. Landrdm, Agent. Rockcastle Hotel. Phone No. 8. Give your encouragement to the cause ot education by attendEntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Posfit-a- s second-clas- s ing the play at the Graded - School mail matter. this evening. Croi-s uortn nortn south South Sutton & xMcBee. n:48an- Flour: Red 25,-00- h WHAT m e, SPRING DRESS UP Time, you know, is March 27, to April 8. Remember the Dates. Come in and let us Show you that we can NEWS? I Be.ot service? to you in Youf Spring Dress up It's, time to shed that Winter outfit! Get out into the sunshine Get.the spirit of spring, vh-itin- WE, GIVE BOOSTER TICKETS I iMipil occ$3c3S po-siiio- n j'&a&xseae GRANVILLE OWENS UNERTAKER Brodhead MMIHMHiiHM OM 1 r-Vi- ," 1 JBCHHKlK s 'Vap-O-Rub- &$&3&$3 er-iu-la- w tc-nig- ht V1CKSVSALVE Ca-oarrh- 'wmltydtacer WILLQBEISHOWN IN STANFORD Wednesdays March 22 NIGHT eASTO R 0, HeiFisfrd -1 BUILDIING. MA MILL WORK;, Pharmacy. SEATS Now On at Telephone FSlCESOd. Mail now. " . UNDERTAKER 5fltlY-6rdep- -- Mc-Ferro- n. ne'-,est,ori- Proctorft - re-hev- ed -u- let-al- .- line t- ." -- W. A. CO A, .i. C o 1 f TfTi a''t'.W tr u:t -- "' R5.:"sS-0 A -- 4 .W J- IKMHMi The 'bill provides that tke Board of i Prison CotaiElssioner8 of Public Roads Major General Funston wired the . "A shall assign Such prisoners as are nc. war department at Washington that probibltVdi from bain? worlced outeld KtfBV ed thfl House by a voia of tfi to the time haa ccnae for lmme4uste acRESOLUTION cAHTifrTsPE&rmlis to 'ce 'tsed ic. ite' :iobbs:-.C- e the or.l; spefccn oft th tion In "Mexico. uilL manufacturing1, quarrying, mining and a ' The House pastfV the bill of Represent NEWS OF matepreparation of road and bridge 4 . ative Young to authorize regents of norOrders to take Villa dean or alive rial to ble used by the State Depart mal schools to issue certificates as teachj. went forward from Washington to Maj. to pupils. Requesting Governor, To eraThe Hcuie passed the bill of Represent- l Stanley is Expected to Call ment in the construction of roads and Gen. Frederick Ftfnston on the Mexibridges. The Commissioners will pay t when corporaative Crowe pro ! BIG HAPPCNINCI can border This action was taken "the services of these convicts from must pay filed Taxation tionslegal ament .on icles theythey huve Special Session on Tax for State, road fund at the rate of ?1 Issue Call after President Wilson had approved a TO LAST h the tax. if the orsanUu plan of troop movements prepared at Plees to Mountain Pass to i not already done so. a day for each convict hired. ' The House passed' the bill of Senator Revision a conference of the army general staff The Commissioner of Public Roads, Legislation Helm, giving the trench Against Invasion ot Railroad Comruls; General Funston will have command is DOMESTIC AND FGHEiGrnl with the approval of the Governor, sion power to regulate the rates of teleof the invading forces. It i3 certain he graph, telephone and express companies. Americans. empowered to purchase the necessary The bill has passed the Senate and will will have at least 7,500 men. conmachinery and equipment for the become a law when it receives the Govstruction of roais and bridges. The Kernels Culled Fo TURMOIL AMONG G. P. approval. PRESETITED TO SOLONS ernor's bill of Representative Duncan to sum to be expended is limited to 10 The sudden twist to Villa has ment in All Wart, o authorize the State Board of Election PtRSH.U'S MOVES SERlI the eastward,taken a to a report reper cent of the State aid fund. It is according inCommissioners, which is Democratic, Of Interest rn ..: u,9 estimated that $70,000 will be available ceived by General Gavira at Juarez. stead of the Secretary of Statii. who is People Ever"" icrc. for the pr chase of machinery and Republican, to designate the newspapers Who Hold State Convention In LouisClosing Hurs of General Assembly ot state-wid- e General Funston Orders Rigid Censorcirculation in which the of- equipment. ville. Closing Days of Legislature The report that Villa led the attackadvertised election Finds Legislators on Duty Day and fioial passed. returns shall be was amend- ship Established at Columbus to was 51 to S3. The bill ers in the raid on Columbus. N. M.. in a Scramble to Pass Bills. The Senate, by a vote of 23 to 11, Mexican fxevon Night. Woman Suffrage Put on ed to provide that the Election Commis Prevent Troop Movements Beperson is believed to be authentic. passed the substitute for the bill of hion shall cause official returns to be puncoming Known. Shelf. An embargo on arms to b'exico is Several persons claim to have seen ished In "such newspapers as are willine; Senator Stricklett to rearrange the 38 sued at Vash:npton affects only San to piint the.n free of charge." him and a portfolio containing many senatorial districts of Kentucky, the Francisco. 'ogaiub anu os Angei-ltepreseutatlve Spahn's itinerant merFRANKFORT, Ky. (Special). With San Antonio. Tex, March 15. Maj. of his papers was found. Pablo Lopez. having been prepared by chant bill was passed by a vote of C6 tp the gateways to (Jluliuhua. Sonu.u Gen. Frederick Funston ordered a rig- Villa's second in command, was slain - Frankfort, Ky. (Special) Resolu- 11. This measure, which is indorsed by the Rules Committee in charge of all Senator Stricklett. and lower Caluorma. No general em id censorship established at Colum- by American troopers. provides for ti bllb in both houses of the Kentucky of The rearrangement gives the Repub- bargo on arms to Mexico has been ortions have been presented both In the associations $250 merchants, on itinerant merchants license of bus. N. M.. and Instructed Gen John Senate find In the House requesting and requires them to give bond in tV Legislature, the closing hours of the licans more power in some sections dered. J. Pershing. In comaiand at Columbus, Gen. P. Elias Calles. military govlhli; session is marked by long hours and works likewise for the Democrats Governor Stanley to call a special ses sum of $1,000. passed Th- - House to take charge ot the telegraph office, ernor of Sonora. who arrived at Agua the bill of Repre-- s parts of the State. It was an in other sion of the Legislature to pass a reve ritatlvSeventy woman refugees from Co- guard all telephone lines and watch McMuria uresciibinx a uni ot" service on the part of the Solons. administration measure and will likely lumbus Mexican town opposite nue and taxation bill. The resolution form form for warehouse receipts. arrived at El faao. Tex., in all automobile routes out of the town. Prleta. the Administration pledges of the Demo- pass the House. Douglas. Ariz., said he had come to was offered In the Senate by Senator IN THE SENATE. eluding Mrs. Maud Wright, who. aftei General Funston's action was taken supervise campaign against FranSpeer. an administration leader who pay bill, fought for cratic party are being given preference The nine days as a prisoner with Villa ? i j prevent knowledge of troop move- cisco Villa the his forces should they and declared tbat such a bill could be con- many sessions by the railroads, w.i: and it appears that most of those The bill ot Senator Evans to recodify army, escaped during tne raiu. anu becoming known the Senate enter Sonora. sidered and passed in 30 days. A pushed through Williams by by Senators promised the people in the campaign the militia laws passed 26 to 0, after Mrs. Ritchie, who came for inteiLJCii. ments on the boider Stricklett and the vote of through pres3 dispatches. having several amendments tacked on. of limit of 30 days Is suggested in the 32 to 2. of last lall will be passed. .T the body of her husband. The Senate coneuried by a vote of 1"? It limits the amount to be spent for Ritchie, resolutions. the hotel proprietor, murdered to 17 in the House amendments to th El Paso, Tex., March 15. A clrcum-stanti- a European War News f to of the appropriasalaries Knight-Meyeworkman's compensation In conyentlon in Louisville, Ken tion known as the State military fund. by the Mexicans. story reached here from MexWoman Suffrage won In the Senate bill. These House amendments. A declaration of war against Gertucky Republicans reduced the rep ican sources to the effect that Villa many by Italy is imminent, according when that body passed the Combs Sections 73 and T4 to the bill and making Eight young women ot Atlanta. i. as it was originally drawn, were resentatlon of its negro element had once more changed bis plans and to the Berliner Tageblatt- equal suffrage bill, 20 to 8. It was It read bitterly. Senator Montgomery's bill to pro who have qualified as Red Cro fought intended making a stand against the killed in the House when the hibit pandering passed 22 to 0, with an nurses have volunteered tl.t n s to one half vote, and Instructed Governor Stanley and Attorney-GenerAmerican punitive expedition at Ojitos s, by a vote of 46 to 45, Logan now have it in their power to en- Its delegation from the amendment fixing the punishment for ices to the g.. i. . . u The British lost 5.000 men In an unpass, the narrow gap In the western successful attempt to relieve the in Kenton force the 1'iuor refused to adopt the motion of Rep Campbell Counties.lawsThe substitute and to the national convention at Chicago, violation from one to five years instead Ico with the army. for Chihuahua Sierras through which he of two to ten years. resentative Hobbs to put the bill on itf the Greene garrison, according to an ofn bill, whleli was June 7th, to "vote for Charles Warmade his murderous dash on Colum- ficial statement at Berlin from tho passage. Several efforts have failed requested by Governor Stanley and The first sc io cl the av... Logan, passed the Senate, ren Fairbanks, of Indiana, as long bus in the House to bring the bill out ol By a vote of 27 to 1, the Senate Turkish war office. squadron tha will see servire in 35 to 2. Americans tamiliar with the counthe committee's hands and it is now Senator Huffaker's bill to provide for a3 his name is before that convention." passed the bill of Senator Lewis to ico left San Antonio, Tex. 't o " try assert that the Ojitos pass is adcertain that this amendment will not the working of convicts on the public J. B. Osborne. American consul at The lone negro on the delegation is permit counties to vote tax for roads ed of eight ! I. .1 's. ei iv i.;... . roadp, in accordance with the constitumirably adapted for a successful de- Havre. In his report to Washington on and bridges. Under the provisions of pass at this session. tional alncndmcnts adopted last J far, Phil H. Brown, of Hopkinsvillc, and the bill an additional levy of 20 cents ull equipment fense if Villa really Intends to risk an the sinking of the Norwegian bark a passed the House. 49 to 24. the white delegates are Edwin P. Mor- may be voted for building roads and open engagement with the American Silius. is understood to bring out clearSenator Robertson's bill to permit nonSuch incidents as the attempt tc The ccmmaji of the VZW- - mTi troops and does not intend to try and ly stage perthat the Silius was torpedoed by a split Pike, County and the inveattea resident children to appear in labor law.. row, of Somerset; Congressman John bridges. The bill does not In any way an troops g on t formances, amending the child affect the provisions of the present evade the end by guerrilla tactics. W. Laugley, of Pikeville; former Govsubmarine. Seven Americans on board Investigation passed 41 to lt. tion that followed it; the the 2'0 mil'!, o. bo.Jei j tvii oi were saved. Pershing in Secret Move. W. B. Harvey grow-- ; Senator Helm's bill to ptovide for the ernor A. E. W'illson, of Louisville: law as to bond issues. of Pepresfe-tatlv- e umbus. N. M.. and Nogales. Ariz., ' o'.a chambermaid's allegation; submission to the voters of any county of Colonel Richard Hng Gen John J. Pershing, comBiig Gen lolin Coving 'hifted to this p'ace i. Ernst, of the .question whether the count govern-Although defeated two According to the Rome Messagero, esentativo Joseph 'changed to the commission ment shall Pershing immediately established manding the American expeditionary j, t--.- mrge; the assertion ofPimm. plan at anybegeneral election was passed. ton; Judge E. C. O'Rear, of Frankfort; the bill of Senator Speer weeks ago, to reouire . Rep toice into Mexico, left here on a west- Russian warships have again bombardsailing consideration to be named In deeds .is adquarters for the expeditionary bound train Monday night, and. since ed Varna, where seven Harvey that "a distillei S to 1. Under' the preset laws thl& Congressman Caleb Powers, of orc-ewhich will invade Mexico. question can be submitted only once In and William Marshall Bul- passed 21 to 5. The bill met no opponis departure, military authorities vessels were sunk. uted $25,000 to Governot eight ytars. sition on the floor of the Senate when i 'mpaiga fund"; formei Senator Huffaker's bill to revive the fire la, of Louisville. At Lanark, a small town. less than have refused all information about called up for passage by the Rules The Russian admiralty at Petrograd Elwood Hamilton's af Insurance laws of the state passed unanl- -' i.ve Morrow offered to surrender his Committee. twenty miles north of El Paso two uim Lelt-era-n o the effect that Colonel E. H mously."Jim Crow" bill of General Pershing's train was said admits the loss of the destroyer The automobile parties of Americans were Senator Knight, place in order to avoid a split in the - had confided as much to him, Pushtscheen off the Black sea requiring street cat companies to furnish and, nere to be going to Columbus, N. M., The House passed unanimously Sen attacked by the Villista raiders were where some 4,000 men of the first ex- coast of Bulgaria. Part of the crew o'.onel Taylor's very positive de separate divisions for .hile and colored Log Cabin party, and Caleb Powers after a battle, the Americans 12. The passed, ii.ii. of Hamilton's statement, and the passengers,cities of IS tofirst class. bill only also announced his willingness to yield ator Comb's bill to permit telephone forced to abandon their automobiles peditionary force are in readiness for was saved. applies to the companies to consolidate. This measprohibition and various liquor questhe dash after Villa Some hours afThe Senate passed a bill appropriating for harmouy's sake, but the delegates ure, which passed the Senate some and seek safety in flight. German casualties since the outtions are cited as the reasons for ob 15.000 for the Eastern State Ilospltul at held both intact. ter General Pershing left here, howLexington, to be expended for repair on time ago to the Enrolling Clerk. structing business legislation at this ever, it became evident that military break of the war have been 2.667.372, Jutlge McKenzIe Moss, of Bowling There was no discussion when it negroes. A strict censorship has been placed govsession by both administration leaders the itard for in this section Intended It was officially announced by the An appropriation of $75,000 Is made In Oreen, was permanent Chairman of the passed the1 House. Being a constitu on messages from the United States to authorities London. The ernment press bureau at insurgents. the bill for the benefit of the "Central and the tional amendment, it needed sixty Mexican cities it was announced by that no inlormation should leak out German casualties In February were State Hospital at Lakeland. This money State convention. o about his further movements. Is to be used for a sewerage, system, the cable companies at New York. All There was no opposition to the re- votes in the House. It received 86. messages - All Senate bills that have passed Hospital Trustees having been indicted In expectation of the general's de- put at 35,135. for Mexico via El Paso must Since the Governor has no power to e been given their first reading ic for alleged pollution of the streams in election of E. T. Franks, Owensboro, disapprove constitutional amendment be written in plain English or Spanish parture from El Paso, a crowd of mov-ai- g ha-Jefferson County, caused by an Inade-luaThe British destroyer Coquette and picture men had gathered at a for Chairman of the State Central bills, this amendment, having passed th Mouse, which put the House in sewerage system. torpedo boat No. 11 have been sunk Piles of "ion to consider any Senate bill Senator Brock's "bill to regulate Committee, nor was there anybody of- both Houses, will be submitted to the General Carranza issued a manifesto railway station platform. by mines, the British admiralty anhas passed before the sessioE ror wagesof script and t'me checks issued fering for the place of Alvis S. Ben- voters at the next general election. at Mexico City to the nation declaring niltary equipment and bulky army nounced at London. Four officers and passed, 24 to 2. passed r.ed. The Senate has nett, of Louisville, who was that under no circumstances would the wagons were scattered about the 41 men are missing, and It Is believed The bill of ;. twice as many bills as the .ombined bank Senator Porter to permit Secretary. and trust companies to be The House concurred in Ihe Senate Mexican government grant the right train General Pershing. Instead ot they perished. irganlzed in counties having 20.000 to t.'iuse. walking down the lane which the phoThe election of John W. McCulloch, amendments to the Vance-Spee- r cor- to the United States tc violate Mexi (0.000 population, with a capital stock of of Owensboro, as National Committee- - rupt practices act which will now be- can territory by sending in an armed tographers bad formed, stepped beS20.O00. passed. 22 to 5 Germany haa declared war on PortuIN THE HOUSE. Sena tot Combs' pure food bill passed, man from Kentucky, which occurred come a law. force in pursuit of Villa without con hind an army wagon and thence to gal and handed his passports to the i before daylight earlv in the morning, ""Senator Zimmerman's bill providing! if. to . sent and the reciprocal privilege be- the opposite side of the car. The Portuguese minister. The German decappropriation of $8.000 to Jnh a meeting of a taction which was Fraternal benefit societies are placed ing first obtained and admitted Word train was about to pull out when the laration emphasized the fact that this pay one half of the claims for the .crcc j,, 3i sta'l.s. Tlie bm was introduced ' represented by 13' of the 2C repre- - under the supervision or the State In was sent to the confidential agent of farewell crowd discovered that the step was made necessary by the recent sentatives, has created a big stir surance Commission by a bill intro- the Mexican government in Washing- general bad outmaneuvered them. cattle killed to eradicate the "foot and j Representative Perr. illegal seizures of German ships in Representative's Radciiffe's bin to re- - among Kentucky Republicans, and duced by Representative mouth" disease passed 62 to 19. The frontier country between here Portuguese ports. Greene ton to make immediate representations or assessment lif and . f a contest are being made. which passed unanimously. Vlthout a dissenting vote the House ol luire and Columbus Is showing unmistakft .isualty companies to have a $100,000 thTca The pur- to this effect. It.piesentatlves passed the workmen's .naranty fund before doing business b negroes are also dissatisfied pose of able signs tbat it is beginning to feel this bill, called an act to regu .n pensauon aci. oi Foreign of vote represen late fraternal benefit societies, is o .pu, "he House concurred in a Senate' ,u.si. Unlit.. Km tt ihv)jiiriuaui; rrti. with only a may f "We do not ourselves know Just the nervous strain that has been in,t 4,uuE.- v,,, u . rk...1.., i..A vwi tation and make a contest also, protect the public from "wildcat" amendment to the Greene bill appropri.....mI, .An.Ml .il... Manitoba vo.d overwhelmingly for when the expedition that will search creasing in tension since the Columto th ating J5.000 annually lor two road bond passed i l is Stated ioneis to orders. Tin. he Senate,handle 0. The bill issues foi tho for Francisco Villa will start into Mex bus raid. The scattered hamlets prohibition, returns show a majority Kentucky Illiteracy Commission. Ci to calls Senate passed the bill 27 to 0. ico, although, of course, it will be soon. which mark this section, consisting for the drys In urban and rural munic.ppointment of four Senator Stricklett presented a resoHouse resolution, authorizing Gov- fiandle the funds derived commissioners to Representative E. D. Smith Intro It will go forward just as soon as a generally of half a dozen houses oc- ipalities alike. "he from bond Issues lution fixing March 20th as the date duced a bill proposing to increase ernor Stanley to appoint a commission tc for improUng roads. The board Is to be cupied by among th Investigate for convening the Senate to try the State license on saloons to $750. the sufficient number of men with an ade- tion hands, railroad foremen and sechave sent demands to the of Kentucky, was adopted. 2i t residents An avalanche has buried several quate commissariat can be organized." An amendment adopted provides that articles of impeachment against J. E. to 0. c Maj. military officials for protection. houses in the Agordo district. The vicThis was the statement made by presentattve Murphy's bill to provide nil counties which already hav voted Williams, Judge of .AlcCreary County! Dogs Carry Messages. Issues, and the bonds tims so far reported number 25, says tot a Clerk of the Police Court in cities tondIi4i.i leanoil rr where m.., rrnw.tj have which have been filed. This date did Governor Stanley has signed the ad Gen. Frederick Funston at San Ancs1rl a...t ....f not meet with the approval of many ministration Stories ot the activities of Villa a dispatch from Venice. the second class passed, 73 to 2. of bill. It provides tonio. Tex. the provisions of the aet. Representative O'Brien's bill to amenii agents have poured into Fort Bliss or the Senators, some of they saying that not more than three The "blue sky" law, regulating lnvst-tieSection 694. Civil Code, so that holder The marriage of Prince Joachim, the rompanies. was passed, 24 to 5. that urgent business called them home may be changed at any adopEdward John Wright and Frank Hay and were received in large numbers Of prior Hens can bring suit to enfortvi at the close of the session. Others tion. The bill was introduced by Sen- den, Americans, were executed at Cave by the ciil authorities. Several ar fifth son of Emperor William, and such Hens before Inferior liens fall due. Those voting against the bill were Senators Helm, Huffaker, Speer, Strlcklet! argued that the time intervening be- ator Rogers. passed by a vote of 62 to 2. Valley by Villa bandits March 2. ac- rests have already been made and Princess Marie Augustine, daughter of Representative T. R. Jones's bill, to r and Thompson. e tween the adjournment of the Legiscording to a dispatch from Pearson others are expected to follow. One Prince Edward of Anhalt. was cele' graded school districts to maintain The bill of Senator Scott to regulate, hiph schools or pay tuition, was passed Irainagc, which covers a defect in the lature and March 20th would not give Representative Hutchcraft's bill re- Chihuahua, to railroad officials at El such story rs to the effect that the brated In the royal castle of Bellevue. ur; nlmously. Judge Williams and his attorneys suf- quiring, concerns engaged in the trad- Paso. Tex. 1912 act, passed. 31 to 0. The emergency Villa sjnipathizers are using dogs tc according to a dispatch from Berlin. "eprescntatlve Hutchcraft's bill, to pro-v- clause was stricken from the bill. ficient time to prepare their case. The ing stamp business to pay a license of end nipssaa.t'3 and information acroi-li- The marriage tcok place In the presschool boards of rc members In for Senator Speer's bill amending the stat Senate finally fixed Monday, April $1,000 passed the House by a vote of fourth-clas- s border The man who broimh ence of the German empre. - Emperor cities, passed without oppo- -, utes creating an Examining Hoard of 10th, as the time for eition. 51 to 23. his storv ..-- an American living ui. William was not present- the trial. Domestic ""he bill of Representative E. D. Smith N'urses passed. 32 to 0. The Ruls Committee of the Senate he bonier rinse to this city He saic Not a dissenting vote was cast against is to permit an appea'l from Ciicult Courl Heine Zimmerman, third basema:: ne had seen one dog with a roll o authorized to prepare rules of Jn tnnexatlon proceedings by 'be bill of Senator Littrell to authorize The bill imposing a jail sentence in Washington and practice for the govern- addition to a fine on operators of hand of the Chicago lubs, was granted a .npers tied around his neck riinnnu was passed. he payment of the bonded Indebtedness The House concurred in Senate amend- jf the Western Normal School. The ment of the Senate while sitting as a books was called from decree of divorce 'mm Mrs Helen lcross the lorder. He fired sew" the orders n The United States "readily" grantschool is authorized to apply $5,000 anments to White's bill to authorize Court of Impeachment. the day in the House by Represent-liv- e Cbazar Zimmerman b.v the New York mllets at the animal, but fancc ,. ed permission to Carranza troops to of Education to tmploy .as- nually from its appropriation to this ln- Judge Williams is charged In the supreme court. sistants, and Representative Cook's bit lebtedness until pafd. Murphy and passed. 75 to S. cross the international boundary in ill it petition asking for impeachment with to permit fiscal courts to name Representative Treadway's bill to prolu the meantime trains loaded witt pursuit of "lawless bands of anned commissions to handle road bond issufs vide for three state depositories passed issuing warrants In felony cases withII kinds of military supplies contin William Robinson. Grinnell aviator men" In accordance with tho eolpro-cahe bill of Representative Frank J the Senate. 18 to 7. The bill was amended The House passed the bill of Repre was Brown to regulate the fees of Magistrates 'o that stat" depositories must have capi- out affidavit; being delinquent in payo arrive here or pass through Oarrar.za. agreement sugisted burned to death after his aero ', County Judges and Police Judges was tal and surplus of $30,000. The State ing money into the State Treasury; sentative Hutchcraft for plane had overturned and dropped i3. heir way to other polnti- on the The agreement was I:an; ;d by Secrepased. 67 to 2. , and collection of inhf Ranking Commissioner is not given th exceeding his authority in 000 feet near Ewart la The gasoliui tary of State Lansing to Eliseo cmntional line. Among the euu The bill of Representative Barrett tc privilege of examining national banks If sentences imposed by his suspending tance taxes. He claimed the hill v" court and belicense boxing exhibitions under the su- they are selected as state depositories. tank on the machine exploded. General Carroa's ambassalent brought in was a trainmad ing intoxicated when on duty. bring in revenue to the State betwe" pervision of an Athletic Board of Control Thompson to The notor trucks, which are to be t dor at Washington. passed without discussion by a vote of 4 courts bill of Senator all demurrers require The Overstreet bill, to reduce the $500,000 a? d J800.000 annually. Th to pass on before legalizes as transports 'In the sandy wast- -f The names of 200 men. many oi to 27. vote was 74 to 6. ' decision The billClubs desiring dto give no- nds "of terms passed, 23 to 1, Senator appropriation of the Kentucky exbouts. the Chihuahua deserts. The Interstate commerce commisthem prominent, who huve enro.ied fo Huffaker opposing It. Society of Louisville from hibitions must pay an annual license ot sion at Washington has granted subthe first southern military training The bill of Senator Knight to chanpft $30,000 to $25,000 annually, and to 5P0. The salaries of the members of the The bi'l of Pepreentative Wer camp at Fort Oglethorpe. (5a.. tic. stantial rate Increases tc western railAthletic! Beard of Control are paid from the name of the Kentucky Institution for provide for the payment of all ex".. MED CROSS SUPPLIES 3 Education of the Blind to Kentucky State penses th funds thus collected. roads in a decision In the western adincident to the running: of the iroviding for, F'ate, depositories nr month, were given out at New York The, Souse unanimously passed the bill School for the Blind, and provide $20,000 egulating them was passed unai vance rate case No. 3. 'home by the State Sinking Fund Com. . . ,of Representative" Murphy to authorize annually, was passed. 27 to 0. Seymour Eaton, creator of the teddj Woman Missing After $200,000 Fire school boards in cities of the second class The bill of Senator Arnett , regulating missioners, was killed by the Senate "onsly ' Halifax Cause of the Blaze to create insurance funds. Representa- .corporations and prohibiting railroads by a vote of 23 to 9. A provision to bar all foreigners hear, widely known writer and adver tive Duncan's bill to regulate .the packing In competing linen stocK Unknown. The Woman Sxtffrage amendment from the diplomatic and consular servUsing expert, died at Philadelphia ,, am' grading of apples also was gltenf a passed. 20 to 0. Senator Strlcklett exears to be doomed. An eort ice was written Into the diplomatic and The Mathers bill, to license and regfrom heart disease. He was fifty-siVin"ilrn6us vote. , plained the blH and urged its passage. Halifax. N S.. M:irch 15 A la ' 'ado in tl'd Toup to br','v J?urneU's bill to provide The bill of Senator Evans, giving the ulate roving horse traders, passed h consular bill by the house foreign afyears old. Mr Eaton was the foun ,uantlty ot Rod Cross cpJjecMenjror PlV.r?apaftttocuLss delinquent taves. in Oountyj Judge, the decldlng'vote In a deadtote of 4'6 to 25." The purpose of the he order ot the day over V'n fairs committee at Washington and the Jer of the Booklovers' and Tabard Inn fo'fl ih cities passed unanl- - lock in county school boards over rllllnr bill C, in a fire which destn-Rules Committee, hut th" measure was ordered favorably remcu-Sis.to regulate the movements of library. a vacancy on the board, was amended by , necc-sar'. pier of the steamship terminals ii vo'e by i roving bands "of gypsies. The bill ie Uepresentrtlv Pypiphrevg bill tq roake State Senator Combs, giving th'e appointported. vo votes. th 'nltlal curritr liable 'to the bolder ol ment to the State Superintendent of Pub 'fixes a license of $10. he loss is estimated at $2tinu)i Another effort may ' . . "' ,i. ,; a.l.I'J jf lading "for the. cargo, carried waa lic Instruction, and the bill passed. 23 to 1 in charge.ol the supplies iadc to bring it out during the clo.' Secretary of State Lansing, accomEleven hundred men were thrown Senator. Strlcklet t'a. bill' nrovidlnr that "" Representative Minor's bill, to pro- ,urs of the cession. pfesehtatlv Dorman'a bill "to con- - fri'cfiJeT of the second class the, Police and panied by Mrs. Lansing, left Washingout of work when the plant of the vas In the building when ihe on- - rt streets on the payment Fire. Departments shaU be put under hibit banks from declaring a dividend stay at Pinehurst. ton for a Corn Products rmning company in tarted. was missing later a:t n .. Plii, In, fourthclksa cities 'passed with civil service passed. 23 to 0. until their surplus amounts, to J.0 per anted that she lost he i,. N. C. Frank L. Polk, counselor of the Argo, 111.. Was shut down because of a on" Ive dissenting votes. . The bill of Representative 's Eaay,.salllng, was acjfprded Senator cent o'f the --capital, was passed 46 to blU providing, forr the establishmen' state department, will be acting secre- suffered a distinct strike by 250 workers' in the starch ause of the tire is nnKii vj, the name of the e rnMhe'House-lnthdefeat of the ot district sanltorlums and' authorizinr 27. tsry. to the 'university of Kentuck plant. All. saloons were closed. Joint resolution. Introduced by Represent- - county and district. taxation .Yor this Shipping Is .asses- - unanimously. - atlve.Perry, providing for the creation ol Thirty Senators favored the fall Senator Hurtaker's bill providing foi London. March 15 k Kentucky Tax Commission. The reso- - and none, opposed It. It became known at Washington ., he working of convicts on the public . 7Ution!WM.yoted dQwn 49 jo 38. after con- - "By a vple of S to 9 the bill or Senate, The city of East Dutuque III., voted ompany will resuuiH that Admiral Fletcher of the Atlantic . siaeraDte-atuateroads, and.a companion bU to. prohibit The Repubackna voted P.ogers to change the date for paymer There was no opposition to the bl to remain wet at the city election held rvice between Kli h fleet has been officially advised of the against the resolution almoat unanl ( taxes to June 1. and make' them deliti interference with convictB employed jnt Representative Hobbs making th there- - The victory for .he liquor In .vhich was susp-th.7 piously. ,uuent the 1st day of March followinr new turn in Mexican affairs and is exutside of the prison walls, was passed t'eaertlon of a child under 16. years o tereBts was the biggest In the city for Representative- W. 3&. Webb's bill to passed. An amendment adopted gives tr danger ol mi pected to get his forces In shape to In t be Senate with little 'opposltloa, "p by either parent a felony. auth irlze the guardian of an Infant, or one vc.tr in which to sttle wla -,years. Out of 286 women otlng. 2DU channel. act In the event an emergency deTel- -vie ommlttee for an. idiot- or lunatic. t the state and county. i ops voted wet that may require x demoastratioa EXTRA SESSION Ue h mini" Mil ,if ''r.v SESSION CLOSES NEXT TUESDAY 1ST IW-- '' ' MA . 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