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KYM FRIDAY, JANUARY 12. 1917 NUMBER 16 i V V I ' I I I 1 w v I' I see is the one you will see in t Mirror when you tryononeof our The PlCttl re we want you to Bischof Suits or Coat If you didn't intend to buy a Suit or Coat this season you'll feel yourself changing when you see in the mirror and hear the remarkable low prices we are making Others are taking the advantage et these BIG We expect to Bargains. e sell every garment in next few days Save Almost Half on Your Suitor Coat IXM f VtlJ T w Dg snnoN'nBEE MT. VERNON, KY. : LIVINGSTON Caloway. left a few to visit relatives in '1 exas. He will be away a coupl of mouths. Mrs W H Cottongim has been on the sick list but is bet ter at this time.-r- - Died, January 8th, the little two year and seven mouth old daughter of Mr. and Mrs, J. R. Mink After the best medical skill had accomplished all they could do, and parents and friends bad done all they could do, .h passed in o the great beyord at 9 p m She was buried Wed nesday in the Ward burying ground to await the call of the master. Only one passage of scripture is necessary to prove where little Lydia has gon: "Except ou be as little children you can ic no wise enter into the Kingdom of Heaven " "Blessed be the little children that die in the Lord, For they are taken home to heaven to reap their reward; Weep not for little Lydia for a a home to her is given, For she is with the angels around S Judge Jago that golden shoie; Weep not for Little Lydia for a crown to her is given, For she is only waiting to meet you in heaven " Mis Ella Mae Blaafbrd is vis iting rel: tives in Stanford this week. Mrs. J. M. Foure has returned from East Bernstedt, where she was called on account of the seiious illness et her sister, Mrs Mary Payne. Mrs. Roy Fenwick and children are visiting relatives in Lebanon. J. H. Owens, who Jus been on the sick list, is some bet'er. W. M. Bndv. after a few days illness is able to be at his post again -'- Walter Owens and C eo McClure, left Monday for Pinevtile. Ky.. where they have positions with the Kentucky Utility Company. The revival at the Baptist church continues, and from what we can gather they are having splendid meeting. Rev Baker, of Fariston, filled his regular appointment at the Crist the throne in heaven-Let'all prepare to meet her where sickness is ail ore, To'sing songs with angels over on s iau church, Faturdav and Sund y. should be a limit and exceed that L. H. Davis and C. J.Price will limit Mr. M. has certainly. Dr leave for Texas in a fw days for R G Webb and Mi,s LaudaC Bar two months' Dr. W. T. bourwere married in Louisville, isii January 10th, by Dr.AquillaWebb, Amyx was in Lor.d in, Monday Judge H Witt was in Mt. Vernon. Presbyterian ainister of Louis Monday, on business Mrs.G. D. ville Dr. Webb and wife are both Cook, who has been on the sick Presbyterians. Mrs Webb is the list, is slowly improving. -- Judge daughter of Mrs Annie Barbour, IK Dees, a few days ago put a of Boston, Nelson county, Ky., and glass front in his store room here is a most charming woman. Dr at a cost of $125. A tew nights R.G. Webb was reared and educated after some party or parties broke in Clay county, graduated in medi two of the large and two of the cine in LouisvUte in 1906; came to small plate glass wi'b stones, Livingston, September 1, 1906. which damaged the Judge about aud has been successful in the 50. He has no clue and did not practice et medicine ever since. know that he bad an enemy any He is a mason and a Junior and al We can't say who the, ways stands anr' works for eery where parties were, but this is a pretty improvement. They will spend a low calling and if they live here few days in Louisville and Cincinwe are in the middle of a bad fix nati before returning toLivingston. We have a fine little town down In the early summer, they will go rjere, but just such things as tbs to Portland, Oregon, as their hone gives any town a hlackeje.- - Miss moon trip, to see a brother of Dr. Cora Griffin has returned to Big Webb's, who is a prosperous real Stone Gap, after a few days visit estate man of Oregon. Their with relatives here. Mrs. Martha future home will be in Livingston Wells, and grandson, Floyd, have and whea they return a genuine returned to Cincinnati after a few old fashioned charivari awaits days visit with relatives. Mr. them on their arrival here. May and Mis Ora Frith, of B rod head, their path be full of pleasure and have returned home after a few happiness. WG Nicelty is terridays visit with relatives here. bly bothered concerning his age. Judge G M Ballard, et Mt. Vernon, He asked us a few days ago about was in our town. Sunday. W. H. it and said if be only knew when Krueger.of Mt. Vernon, was here the stiis fell, he could count it as Tuesday, on business. Theo. he was so old at tbat time, Now, Graves has moved so much in the Mr. Ed, please give us the desired past few weeks, that when the information. J. A Oliver, the Winwagon is driven up to the ho lse chester rummer, was in our town the chickens lav dowu and cross Tuesday The little girl of Mr. their legs to be tied Our old and Mrs.LM Oliver, who has been friend, James Maret. passed thrn sick so long, is slowly improving. here a few nights ago, on No. 21, We had the pleasure of meeting en route to Virginia to visit his onr old friend, W.M. Hicks, a few sister, and when he returns he is days ago, and Mart says he will going to isit relatives in Texas. enter the matrimonial field acain S C Franklin informs us that he He informed us that in a few days took the same load of junk that ne would visit the Copper Creek he carried home from Winchester vicinity, near Brodhead. and look and more, for be had added a over that territory, as he had vis couple of hundred pounds to bis ited every other nook and corner already large load. We want some as well as other counties For the of our friends in Mt Vernon to past three years we have done our get freight rates against our best in trying to locate our friend friend returns and have him ship Hicks, a life partner. Mart has his goods and chatties, and relieve lots of this world's goods and is a him of this terrible load. The splendid fellow and says it looks rail road company does not say like everybody else is getting how much a man Shall carry on married and that he is going to the train, bat we believe there make a superhuman effort this j 4Pr Special Sale ' J I ilm If he fails he intends to thick, pawing himself as a capi neers, upon the improvement of leave the matrimonial field for- - talist at timesand at others as a the automatic telephone and ever. officer of the Navy He switchboard which requires no retired could play either the possibly the hello girls at central. Success. Boone latter to best advantage, having success has has crowned their la spent some veara in the navy, bors. On two occasions he has visiting a large portion of the been called across the pond to world. Will is away up in G with Chicago and New York to look up A six hours lay over at Norton. New York's police department. and straighten matters in the Va., today, Monday starts our in a recent tetter, to yours factories. Joe is a nephew a the pencil once again. truly, be says: "Jamie Thomp writer. C. D. Fugate. of Gibson, Va., Mistaken for a dago pedfcr, by was a pleasant fellow passenger, as son is making it alright. He is attending the night sessions et that good old reporter Will far as Pennington. Mr. Fogate p built Boone Way from Cumber- the New York City College. I Owens, at Livingston, on Christam sure he will make his mark mas day while returning from land Gap to Boone's Patch, a disia a few years. We will both be Winchester, because, as Will tance of 2 1 miles. He is now enputs for the fair." it; "He came down the platform gaged with his convict force home hoys always get lugging two pushing the highway on toward Rockcastle ssit cases.-- i grip, there. a ten foot Boone Way Map, three Duffield, closing in a gap. The recent sale of the Paris bundles, a typewriter, a raincoat, Road building here, under state Fairgrounds recalls the fact that ecUect," is simply the limit. A aid, is worked about as follows: The State furnishes the convict the first Kentucky fair was held Jew pedler wouldn't have been so iorce, guards and their suste- at Paris about the year 8V and bad, but a dago, uh. Some one nance; the county furnishes the there has been an exhibition held was mean enough to tail it that superintendent, teams and ma there yearly, almost without skip- Will bad bought on the installchinei.y. ment monthly pavment plan, a Virginia is pushing ping ever since that date. good roads. Letters irom Joe HacKJey, a second hand set et false teetn, Lincoli couet7 boy, bearing the thirty days before from a dago J C nuff, et Duffield built nearly two miles of Boone JWay, London, England post mark show while on his monthly trip. Having mislaid his specs Will, it is over a mountain, at his own ex each have been opened and pense. with stickers bearing the said made the vert natural misA recent bulletin, published by words: "Opened by Censor No. take and hid behind a rain barrel the police department of New 478j,or some other number.which near express office, not being York city, has this-tsay about indicates there are some censors ready- - to liquidate. It it difficult a Mt. Vernon boy: "Commend- on the job. Joe has been with to believe. That clever trader Bogus Smith, able merit William O. Jones, the Western Electric Co., the Shield No. 4285. 2nd Inspection largest electric concern in the of the Hiatt section sdvisas that District, particularly meritorious world, for last fifteen years, in he has housed h's benzine wagon conduct in the intelligent per- the engineering department three for the winter and now walks in formance of police duty in ob- of which were spent in nnt werp, driving live stock. He says a taining evidence against and con Belgium, from which place he "catapttUr" machine et victing many wealthy and power- left for London upon the ap the English taaks" ful hotel and disorderly apart preach of the German heavy ar- in handy about ment house owners." In a num tillery Two of these years have Elmer ecbj rCou; ber of cases Will spread it on beea spent with associate engi Way Man On The Wing 1 re-seal- ed V s- WATCH THE FUR FLY LOOKOUT! FIVE to TWENTY Per Cent OFF MARKED PRICE TEN DAYS ONLY SALE STARTS Outing, Thursday, January 4, O' Bryan Overalls, SUESffi 12cva,ue for va,ue JOe GoodOveraUs10?va,uefOT X I $2.00 Boys' Caps, 25c val" ,or 20c Two gaL to 25 " Buckskin Gloves 90c 20c Men's Woolen Underwear, Large School Tablet . qq. i.oo value and Penny" Pencil fof 5c "ck,g 20c Men's icMEA"NndSuspenders , Arbuckles' Coffee, "' 25cv.lMsfor 20c Arbuckles' Coffee, inbo"t 20c 13c for New and tfest Lringnam, worth lie Men s WorkStock of at prices bhoes RIGHT t ia. OrA Men's Union Suits $1 00 value Wmm'S .. RainCoats 2A0 Men's Caps, " value for . 45c Women's Sweaters, 90c Women's Waists, 90c 10c ? for 45c 90c Rft -- - V'l'L fefeft Up-To-Dat- e r:;k, ,nVf" vcuaw, 4lss T 1V1 iwvaiue ? wr 'w w Calico, va,ue for v. . 7c nDnPITDTTTQand vivulUJ 11 SUGAR, live iu iweuty per cesi. proportion save you from other articles in per pound 8c When you buy on time you pay for what the other fellow does not. When you get tickets you pay at the rate of 4c to the dollar you spend PAY CASH AND SAVE MONEY -- Ea MICKS BRODHEAD, JbJLe KY. : nm MOUNT VERNON TO SIGNAL a U PEACE POLICY SUSPECT ENDS LIFE DEATH ENDS SEARCH FOR RICH FRIEND OF SLAIN MODEL OF PHILADELPHIA. SON OF BACK NATURE ARMY BASE ON BORDER Made Ready to Receive Pershing's Expeditionary Force May Use Mexican Railway. Newspaper I'nion Xewa Service Columbus, N. M. The army base at Columbus has been put in readiness to receive the troops of Gen. Pershing's punitive expedition should it be recalled from Mexican soil. Corrals have Western SlOWfe5 THE HIGHEST QUALTTY PRESIDENT INDORSES SENATE WILSON'S REQUEST FOR TERMS. VOTE ON RESOLUTION MACARONI 36 Agr Red Book Fm 48 TO 17 SKINNER MFG. CO. OMAHA. USA BIG COAL MAGNATE iAWliST MACMOM fACTOSt W kMttlCA. Senator Lewis, Speaking in Support of Wilson, Declared the United States Will Enter the War If the Conflict Continues. Washington, Jan. 8. Senator Jones substitute for the Hitchcock resolution Indorsing President Wilson's peace note, which approves the request for peace terms without indorsing the note Itself, was passed on Friday by the Bernard W. Lewis Saw Girl Killed After Visit to Home, Police Believe Committed Suicide While Officers Were Waiting to Arrest Him. Grocery For Sale In I Philadelphia, Jan. 6. Bernard W, Lewis, the young Pittsburgh millionaire who was being sought on a charge collateral with the murder of Maizie Colbert, the model, committed suicide on Thursday at Atlantic City. senate. Lewis, traced to the very threshold The vote was 48 to 17. Progressive Republican senators voted solidly with of his suite by detectives, delayed their admittance with conversation. He shot the Democrats for the substitute. rille just as support of himself witii a Speaking in the senate in the Hitchcock resolution to indorse the doors were battered down. The bullet entered the temple and President Wilson's peace note. Senator Lewis (Dem.) of Illinois asserted that death was instantaneous. That Lewis the Kuropean war could not continue anticipated arrest and made preparawithout the United States becoming tions to kill himself is indicated by the fact that the rifle was new. Involved In it Although the detectives do not Senator Lewis said that the temper charge Lewis with the murder, they of the American people would brook declare that his was the collar found no apology or excuse for further destruction of American life, but "would In the beautiful model's rooms. A resent and punish to the full extent of woman, who saw Lewis Friday night, identified it, they assert, by a spot and America's power." "The very debate in opposition to the fact that it was slightly wilted in this resolution." Senator Lewis said, front. years old, a Lewis was thirty-seve"has done more injury to the cause of peace to which President Wilson has Yale graduate of 1001 and. member sought to give impulse and force than of the Union, Pittsburgh, Country, any other form of opposition that has Oakmont and Pittsburgh Automobile arisen from any other source in all the clubs. He was married but had been estranged from his wife since last NoUnited States. "The very atmosphere that has been vember. He was well known among projected from this body that there the devotees of the night life. were men here eminent in the councils of the nation who found reasons of NAME TUMULTY IN 'LEAK' CASE any nature to justify them in opposing the effort of the president to bring Congressman Wood Also Involves Secreabout peace is an indication in parts President's Brother-in-Laof the world that there are men in this tary and Others Deny Charge. republic who would find any reason satisfactory to avoid the peace of the Washington, Jan. 8. Smoldering ruworld. mors that somebody, made money In "People of other lands, viewing this, the stock market with "leak" informaask what motive is behind "this oppsi-tiotion about the sending of President They reply to themselves that It Wilson's peace note blazed up at a either is because the power of those sensational session of the house rules who make riches or the law is potent committee on Friday, when its first even in this cody. that they could con- hearing on Representative Wood's restinue war that they might benefit in olution for investigation was mheld. continuation of riches as a result of it, Specifically declaring h,e made charges or that race prejudice has grown so against no one and was presenting strong in this land of all the races that only information that had come to him, thjsedistiiiuishe(! represent:! tives in Wood brought in the names of, SecEunal are am able to divorce retary Tumulty, "Mr. Boiling," a brothJklently from it to give er of President Wilson's wife; Berto the president of the nard Baruch. a New York stock operabring an end to this tor; Otto H. Kahn of Kuhn, Loeb & mankind, this Co.; Thdhison & McKinnon, Chicago Fthis cruyKlW-o- of brokers; Lamsfm Brothers& Co., Chicivilization, thhr death of kingdoms cago broker!; W. E. F. Hutton & f?ov,' and this end of a Christian era. New York brokers; F. A. Connolly & "Then be said hereafter that Co., a Washington brokerage house in senators here opjwsed the president's which Wood said "Mr. Boiling" was a receiving from this branch partner. of the government a uiere encourageWood disclaimed intending to give ment of his effort at a solution of the impression that he believed Mr. peace and a tender of his good of- Tumulty or anyone else, for that matfices." leak. ter, profited from the "The opposition to this resolution All the persons named at the hearalso will be coustrued abroad as an ing denied knowledge of the presiindication on the part of this body as dent's peace note until it was puban expression of such partiality for lished. one belligerent against the others that we are content to continue the war L W. W.'S OUSTED BY SHERIFF merely for the object that it would beiit down to destruction one of those Sheriff at Cussan, Minn., Declares Disbelligerents and exalt the other to exturbers Are Beaten and Will Be ultant victory. Driven From Logging Sections. n n. r it-w- ill so-call- TEUTONS Virginia, Minn., Jan. 5. Two hundred and fifty woodsmen, strikers and Drive Russians and Roumanians From Industrial Workers of the World, agiMatchin and Jijila, in tators, were arrested on Wednesday at Dobrudja. Cussan and were rushed here on a special train. Authorities will place them Berlin. Jan. 5 (by wireless). The in a vacant building under heavy guard towns of Matchin and Jijila, in north- until they can be arraigned later. "I ern Dobrudja. have been captured it believe the situation is well in hand," was announced oflieially on WednesSheriff John Mening is quoted as sayday. ing. In the interior of Roumania the Russians and Roumanians have been HURLEY QUITS TRADE BOARD driven back west and south of and the invaders are now in Chairman of Federal Commission Unfront of the fortified Russian position. expectedly Resigns, to Resume On the Moldavian front strong atBusiness in Chicago. tacks were made by forces. The official announcement says Washington, Jan. 6. Edward N. these assaults failed with heavy losses Hurley of Chicago, chairman of the to the attackers. The towns of federal trade commission, unexpectedand Topesci, as well as several ly resigned to resume business in. Chihill positions, were captured by the cago. He had a personal conference Teutonic forces. an Thursday with President Wilson, and his resignation was accepted. Mr. LAWSON BITTERLY ARRAIGNED Hurley's resignation will take effect Foc-san- i, Russo-Roumania- CAPTURE 2 TOWNS n Bar-ses- ci February Senator Stone, Chairman of Foreign Relations Committee, Declares No Public Official Guilty. 1. , TEUTONS TAKE FOUR TOWNS Pierce Bra la Bridge, Sweep Past Span Head and Capture Positions and Troops. i Washington, Jan. 4. Senator Stone of Missouri, chairman of the senate foreign relations committee, bitterly arraigned Thomas W. Lawson on the senate floor on Tuesday, and declared emphatically that "no public official Is guilty of wrongdoing" in connection with the "leak" to Wall street on the Wilson peace note. Berlin, Jan. 8. The Russian bridgehead position before Bralla in Roumania was pierced by Teutonic troops, the war office announced on Friday. Four towns were captured and 1,400 prisoners were brought in. One Dead, Two Injured at Dam. Chippewa Falls, Wis., Jan. 8. One workman was killed and two others fatally injured at Waissota dam when trestle, 20 feet above the a river, collapsed and precipitated an engine and nine cars into the river. 225-foot mo h pram, a Ms, Cincinnati. 0. $300 beer, prepared for the cavalry and bi )ain for quick sale. $2,200 cash. Profit pack animals. Quartermaster store wit ferinq your money bach - seven months houses have been erected and much Clean 13,600 a year: an in penrfenl fortune t a other preparatory work done in antici- Chance Kern. lefime. Bestfvrr. Write tssay ties. Missouri 3 1q. , Cincinnati, 0 . pation of orders fem the War Depart- Edward ment withdrawing the expedition. Wat A' ii E.Cnlraon, WoAhiDpi'jn. Fawn Some military men believe little diffDC ire and nooks fro, IltgbeFire: noes. BestserTiCea. Rales iculty will be had in obtaining permission to move the troops and their equipment over the Mexican North- Virginia Farms and Homes i'RBK ATALUIB Of Si'I. t MLD B KUALNS western railroad from Condnia Dublin. B. CO, Inc. iiictamuod. Vv B. tttirtlX Mexicc Others believe that Gen. Pershing will make the march with his "ROUuHon RATS' ti outdoors, lsc und troops rather than to avail himself of the railroad facilities. Statistics on Electricity. The electricity on put of the various CRUSHED RING." power plants of th United States reTHE 'VICE clamation service operated in 1!14 New York. Vice of all kinds in New was over 66.O0O,OO . The total ' ?' York has been greatly reduced during capacity of the 12 plants in operation the past few years, according to the was 27.134 kw.. and the first cost of i'.'-mumm annual report of the Bureau of Social the plants 2.r.J2.t00. Of the total Hygiene, of which John D. Rockefeller, output. 30 per cent was sold to cusJr., is the head. Probably at no time tomers, 32 r cent was usel for irriPACT BARS CARRANZA AID IS HELD MEXICO in the history of the city, the report gation pumping. 17 per cent for conasserts, have the conditions in saloons struction purpose. 4 per cent for shown such improvement as in recent drainage, the remaining S per cent repREFUSES TO months. CHARGED BY THE U. S. AGENTS CfcCARRANZA The socalled "vice ring," resenting losses. It was estimated ACCEPT PROTOCOL. WITH CONSPIRACY. which flourished several years ago, no that thV iiower remaining undeveloped longer exists, and the owners of vice on all the different projects amounted resorts either have gone into hiding to a tofil of 480.01)0 horsepower. Of his 360.000 horsepower consisted of Alleged Mexican Consul at New York President Wilson May Recall General or have left the city, the report adds. the estimated capacity on the Flathead Is Concerned in Illegal ShipPershing Fletcher Prepares to STEAMSHIP LEAVES HOURS LATE river, in .Montana, the remainder bement of Arms. Take Up Duties. ing distributed through 21 other powNew York. Of the transatlantic pas- er sites. .". Burns, 4. The American-Mexica- n New York, Jan. Washington. Jan. Juan T. senger steamers held up here the St. Jarranza consul here, was arresn-- on joint commission reported on Louis, of the American Line, manWednesday, churgct wilh being END STOMACH TROUBLE, Tuesday the parting of the ways in its aged to get away, but the Nieuw Amin a conspiracy to ship anus efforts to settle the differences between GASES OR DYSPEPSIA sterdam, of the ind ammunition to Vera Cruz in viola- the United States and the Carranza Line, and the Espasne, of the French tion of President Wilson's embargo government. Line, still were detained. The man"Pape's Diapepsin" makes Sick, Sour, session, threshing agement of the lines proclamation of October, Ittlft, After an stated again that Gassy Stomachs surety feel fine have been brought over the latest refusal of Carranza to the delav was due to shortage in coal. Three indictiii-jntin five minutes. comitiainst Burns, it was learned. Aside sign the protocol framed by the It has been reported that the three from the alleged conspiracy to violate mission, the American commissioners If what you just ate is souring ob liners were detained due to a fear of the president's proclan.atioii, the de- made public the terms of the protocol, a Get man submarine operating off your stomach or lies like a lump of fendant is accused also of deceiving indicating that the negotiations had Nantucket Light. lead, refusing to digest, or you belch Secretury of the customs authorities by lalseiy reached a conclusion. gas and eructate sour, undigested imiHYa lijm ammunition shipments as the Interior Lane, chairman of the CITY MARSHAL.. SHOT GROCER. food, or have a feeling of dizziness, hardware. American section, made it clear that heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad taste The arrest, made by special agents Carranza's refusal to sin the protocol you Watseka, 111. Francis Labounty, a In mouth and of the department of justice, is the was flat and final. The protocol made grocer was shot to death by Assistant can get blessed relief In five minutes. outcome of a ruid on the ottices of an public provided simply for the with City Marshal A. J. Bailey, who mis- Put an end to stomach trouble forever importing and exporting company op- drawal of the American forces in 3Icy took him and was mistaken by him for by getting a large t case of erated here recently by Mexicans and ice and their replacement iy carran- a robber who had held up the grocer a Pape's Diapepsin from any drug store. f the arrest subsequently of a man za military forces. short time before. Labounty was held You realize in five minutes how needWithdrawal of the American expedi- upDy two men who robbed him of $400 less it is to suffer from indigestion, named Heuben Mier at Houston. Tex. Mier formerly was employed here in tionary fpm under the command of vwhile going home from the grocery dyspepsia or any stomach disorder. Major QsjBjfcnl Pershing Is in imme- with his wife. He took his wife home It's the quickest, surest stomach docthe Mexican consulate. Burns, who was arrested as he was diate eonlymplatiou by the administraand reported the. theft to the city hall. tor in the world. It's wonderful. Ad. leaving his home, was taken to the tion, according to persons close to Maid. held in $10.4X10 1' resident Wilson. federal building-anTHREE STEAMERS WERE SUNK. The favored suitorang the doorbell. bail. The protocol was sinned by botlM American and Mexican commissioners. announces that the Is Miss Blank at home?" he inquired. London. Henry P. Fletcher, ambassador desig- British steamer Allie, 1,244 tons, and "(h, yes, sir," replied the maid, and peace nate to Mexrco, called at the White Danish steamers Ebro. 1.027 tons, and she ushered him Into the drawing room. Former Hungary Premier Tells Allies House and spent nearly an hour in Viking have been sunk. Having waited for almost an hour he conference with President Wilson. It to See U. S. Senator Lodge Assummoned the maid again. is believed he will I ordered to his sails German Envoy. tell Miss "Did lM)st soon. CINCINNATI MARKETS that I you forget to he asked, Blank.-' impawas here?" London, Jan. 5. President Wilson tlently. HAY AND GRAIN. now knows the pence conditions of the 150 PERISH ON TROOPSHIP "Miss "No. sir," was the reply. Corn No. 2 white $1.01 1.02, No. 3 Teutonic allies and the entente powBlank hasn't got back from shopping ers can learn what they are from him. British Transport Torpedoed by Sub- $1.011.02, No. 3 mixed $1(31.01, yet." white $11.01, No. 2 yellow $1.01 Count Julius Amlrassy, former premier marine in the Mediterranean, "But you said she was at home." 1.02, No. 3 yellow $11.01. No. 2 mixed of Hungary, is quoted as saying in a Says London Statement. "Yes. sir. She told me positively white ear, new 98cl, mixed ear 98c dispatch from Budapest, according to $1, yellow ear 98cS$l. that she was always home to you. sir." the Central News agency, by way of London. Jan. 6. The British transHay No. 1 timothy $16, No. 2 $15, Amsterdam. port Ivernia, 14.27S tons, has been No. 1 clover mixed $15.50, No. 2 $13.50, Before and After. Washington. Jan. ft. In the senate sunk, it was officially anouueed on No. 1 clover $16, No. 2 $14. "All Europe prepared 'for war for standOats No. 2 white on Wednesday on the Hitchdebate One hundred and fifty Thursday. a generation," said Henry Ford at u cock resolution to indorse President military officers and men are missing. ard white 57Mj58c. No. 3 white 56 "Europe has now got what 57c, No. 2 mixed 56 57c, No. 3 mix- dinner. atWilson's peace note Senator Lodge The text of the anouncement tvads ed 55 56c. she prepared for. And look at her. tacked the German ambassador. Count as follows: Wheat No. 2 red $1.92 1.94, No. 3 "The picture of Europe before an von BernstortT. for giving out a news"The Ivernia was sunk by an enemy red $1.89 1.92. after all this war preparation is a dispaper statement publicly approving the submarine in the Mediterranean on EGGS AND POULTRY. tressing and ugly one. It's as terrible note. January 1 duringrfiad weather and Eggs Prime firsts 50c, firsts 48 c. a picture as the one "It is hardly to be wondered at, with while carrying troops. At present four ordinary firsts 40c, seconds . which was described by a young Dearsuch a statement as that from the military officers and 146 men are missLive Poultry Roasters, 4 lbs and born bride. German ambassador," said Senator ing." lb and under, over, 18c; broilers, 1 " 'Before our marriage.' she said lb, 18c; fowls, 4 Lodge, "that there should be general 20c; fryers, over 'George used to steal a kiss every misinterpretation of the note, a gen- HARDING NEW CANAL CHIEF lbs and over, 18c; 34 lbs and over, time we passed through a tunnel, 17c; under 3 lbs, 16c; roosters, 13c; eral belief that it was designed and ducks, white, 3 lbs and over, 18c; un- now ' timed so as to nelp Germany in at'Now he steals a nip out of his 16c; young hen 3 taining a pence upon the terms she Will Succeed Goethals as Governor of der lbs, 8 16c; colored, lbs and over, 2lc; old hen flask.' "Philadelphia Bulletin. turkeys, Panama Zone New Justice desires to impose." turkeys, 8 lbs and over, 21c; young for Hawaii. torn turkeys, 10 lbs and over, 21c; old Chirnside. Scotland, has a novelty torn turkeys, 10 lbs and over, 2J.o; ON AND FUEL QUIZ FOOD Washington, Jan. 5. President Wil- crooked, 12c; cull, 8c. a woman blacksmith. son on Wednesday appointed Lieut. LIVE STOCK. Federal Grand Jury Investigates High Col. Chester Harding governor general memNorway has a total trade-unioCattle Shippers $7.5010; butcher Cost at New York Four Dealto the Panama canal zone to suecetl steers, extra $99.25, good to choice bership of 25,000. ers Examined. General Goethals. $7.75S.75, common to fair $5.50 Announcement was also made of the 7.25; heifers, extra $88.50, good to New York, Jan. 4. The January appointment of Lieut. Commander choice $77.75, common to fair $5 federal grand jury, sworn in, took up William C. Watts of the United States 6.75; cows, extra $6.507, good to immediately the government's inquiry steamship Michigan to be judge advo- choice $5.506.50, common to fair Into the high cost of uel and food cate of the navy, and James L. Coke of $4.755.25; canners $4.255, stockers products, and the jury Aad at its dis- Honolulu as associate justice of the and feeders $5 7. . Bulls Bologna $67, fat bulls $7.25 posal the testimony taken-befothe supreme court of Hawaii. 7.50. body. December Calves Extra $13, fair to good $11.5013, common and large $5U. Stone, Peoria Postmaster. about the high cost ok Hogs Selected heavy shippers $9.85, ASKS RECALL OF MINISTER Washington, Jan. 5. Congressman good to choice packers and butchers living, just buy a pack-- " Claudius U. Stone, Democrat, who was $10.&010.85, mixed packers $10.60 Germany Asks U. S. to Remove C. J. defeated for last Novem- 10.80, stags $78.50, common to choice age of Vopicka, American Representaber In the Sixteenth Illinois district, is heavy fat sows $7.509.75, light shipi tive at Bucharest. to be appointed by Presideqt Wilson pers $9.5010, pigs (110 lbs and less) as postmaster of Peoria, 111. The ap- $79. Washington, Jan. 6. Germany has s Sheep Extra $88.50, good to pointment and confirmation will not asked the United States to remove come, It Is said, until just before the choice $7.508 common to fair $57. Lambs Extra $1313.25, good to Charles J. Vopicka, American minis- death of the present house of reprechoice $12.50 13, common to fair still sold at the same ter to Roumania, stationed at Buca-res- sentatives on March 3. paterts I A . irJl,l',E'( y'7' .,.' .... '.'.. .....,......''. 'y';; WA ,'' kw.-hr- con-erne- d Holland-America- n all-da- y . stomach-headach- e, fifty-een- d Liberal-Minde- d wilso:j has terms? 5859c. before-and-aft- er 3.-c- ' li n Instead of re Worrying Grape-Nutfair price. Ian joy L $912. Contests Gardner Election. Jefferson City, Mo.. Jan. 8. A petition contesting the election of Frederick D. Gardner, Democrat, as governor of Missouri was presented to the joint session of the legislature by Senator A. E. L. Gardner, Republican. Eleven Killed in Train Smash. Motor Company Head Kills Self. Edinburgh, Jan. 6. Eleven persons Cincinnati, Jan. 8. Frank J. 40 Injured when a train president of the Eiyyer Mo- were killed and h loaded With persons returning to tor Car qpmpanjr of this city, which after the New Year holiday colwas recently reorganized with a capia switch engine ten miles tal stock of $3,000,000, shot aud killed lided with city. outside the himself while lu his office. En-ge- r, Edin-buig- POSSE ON TRAIL OF BANDITS. Fire at Joliet prison. Chicago. Jan. 8. Fire which started In a chair factory of the Illinois state penitentiary threatened So destroy the entire prison. Convicts and officers succeeded tn confining the fire to one building. Purity Convention Called. Crosse, Wis., Jan. 8. D. S. L Steadwell, president of the World's Purity federation, has issued a call for the tenth international purity congress, to be held in Louisville, November 8 to 14. Ky., Nowata, Okla. Posses failed to come into contact with the outlaws who killed two possemen and wounded a third during a skirmish in a ravine near here. Opinion varies as to the number of outlaws in the gang. But Heavy Industrial Accident List farmers living nearest their former Regent of San Marino, Held. Harrisburg, Pa.. Jan. 6. Industrial rendfravous declare their number to be Borne, Jan. 8. Oliuto Aniati, Mice regent o' the republic of S;n MaMno, accidents in Pennsylvania during 1916 12 at least. Posse leaders expect "no which 2.."YS7. resulted quarter" when they scome upon the lias been arrested on a charge of em- totaled 251.4SS, of fatally, according to .statistics made bandits and orders to shoot to kill bezzling 2,000,000 lire ($400,000) at given the republic's funds, according tc a public by the state department of labor have been posse. all members of the augmented and industry. Rimini. wire from a morning Hish of this delicious food, and smile over the fact that you've had a good breakfast and Saved Money Isn't that a fair start for any day? S MOUNT VERNON SIGNAL LAW YOTES ARE PASSED BY KY. ELECTORS Prosecution Shows Hand. For the first time the theory of the Commonwealth, in the prosecution of PUBLISHERS MAY MAKE OWN PAPER MEETING OF KENTUCKY, TEN-NESSEE ELECTION VIOLATORS Pun- CONSTRUCTION Eugene McDonald, Lexington insurance agent, charged with killing Wil- -' liam Dabbs at the mouth of the railroad tunnel here June 16, was an-- j nouqeed in the opening statement of r Attorney Victor A. 8ALL0TING FOR PRESIDENT AND Commonwealth's Bradley before the jury. He said the VICE PRESIDENT TAKES PLACE prosecutionexpects to prove that McN ROOM OF CAPITOL. Donald killed Dabbs for the purpose of collecting an insurance policy of on Dabbs' life, th6 premium on which McDonald paid, and of the exNATION'S CHIEFS URGE CARE istence of which Dabbs had no knowledge. He said they would prove that McDonald and Dabbs, who representEvery Precaution Is Trken to Com- ed the same company in Lexington, came to Frankfort together on the ply With the Law Thirteen day of the murder, and were together Votes Are Giwn. along the railroad track a short time before Dabbs was killed, and that Mi.special Frankfort Cortesi ndence.) cDonald was seen to board an interurb-aFrankfort. Extraordinar. precaucar for Lexington shortly after the tions were taken to comply vith every killing at a point on the Lexington t ;;uirement to make cer; iin the countpike outside of Frankfort and on the ing of Kentucky's thir een electoral hilltop beyond the tunnel, where votes lor Woodrow Wilson for presi- Dabbs' body was found. dent and Thomas R. Ma shall for vice president when the Ken ucky electors Reports on County Offices. met at the Capitol last Monday. First State Inspector and Examiner Nat Assistant Attorney General Charles H. B. Sew ell filed a report on his inspecMorris looked carefully alter ihe legal tion of the offices in Johnson county provisions for voting and delivering and recovered into the state treasury the votes. Probably not la many dec- $396.09. as follows: From H. P. , ades has so much attent: n been paid trustee of the jury fund, $35.40; to the details. The Den oeratic Na- Circuit Clerk Don C. Vanhoose, $9 1?; tional Campaign Commiucc and the former Circuit Clerk S. P. Blair, : authorities at Washington have been County Judge F. A. Vaughan, $18; solicitous in regard, not only to the Sheriff G. W. Spears, $91.20; former manner of casting and recording the Sheriff Henry Ward, $89.90; Magisvote, but to the eligibility and trate J. M. Spradlin, $40; Constable A. of the electors. Governor J. Price, $28.80. He also collected Stanley last week certified to Secre- from Magistrate J. EL Bradley, Greentary of State Lansing the vote for up. $9.60; Police Judge Joseph electors in Kentucky Jr.. Cynthiana, $1.50; County The electors convened at the Capi- Judge J. G. Ashe- -. Crittenden, $lu; tol in the court of appeals, and Chief former County Judge J. G. Lovett, Justice W. E. Settle administered the Whitley, $33.42; County Judge C. A. oath to them. The Kentucky electors McMillan, Bourbon, $55.70; former who at the State Capitol cast their Circuit Clerk G. R. Taylor, Simpson, vote for President Wilson and Vice $17.36; Sheriff J. L. Potts, Carter, $39-President Marshall follow: : Sheriff Matt Spencer. Breathitt, James P. Edwards. Louisville, and $48.06; County . udge L. E. Nichols, Frank Hopkins. Prestonr rg. Greenup, $165.60; former Circuit Clack Itainey T. Wells. Murray, First R. B. Rice, Bell, $64.98. $7,-60- Judge Reed, of Paducah, Would ish Them Severely. TWO GREAT PLANTS OF Mother Gray's Powders Benefit Many Children Thousands of Mothers have found MOTHER CIAY DERS $, AND VIRGINIA NEWSPAPER MEN CALLED. Paducah, Ky. After impaneling the grand jury for the January term of the McCracken Circuit Court, Judge PLAN TO OPERATE QUEEN AND W. M. Reed instructed the jurors to CRESCENT CARRIERS BY ELECinvestigate election violations, alludTRICITY ON FOOT. ing to the contest over the offices of City Commissioner and Mayor. The evidence in the ouster suit :3 tiow being taken. Judge Reed's instructions SWEET POW- an excellent remedy for children complaining of Headaches, 0 PINE MAY BE RAW MATERIAL Promoters Say That Encugh Can Be .Secured to Supply Mill For a Long Period. Western Newspaper I'nion News Service. Middlesboro. Ky. H. C. Chappell vill call a meeting of the small publishers in Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia soon to meet in Middlesboro Bar the purpose of organizing a news print paper manufacturing company and establish a plant near Middlesboro that will manufacture news print only, to be sold to publishers holding stock in the company, at the cost of production. Some investigations have already been made and the pine forest of Pine Mountain and other pine forests of Kentucky and Virginia are ample enough to supply a mill of a fifty-tocapacity for several years and will supply all the small publishers in the n n Con-ley- $83.-58- quili-fication- s three aiatea. PRIZES AWARDED FARMERS Fen-nel- l, Beef Cattle Association and Marketing Conference Have Day. Ky. The awarding of of the Kentucky Corn Growers' Association, the conventions of the Kentucky Beef Cattle Associa-ttea- , the State Alfalfa Growers' Association, the Marketing Conference and the election of officers of the association were big features of the program af the aVinual Farmers' Week at the University of Kentucky. Because of a conflict of programs the meeting of the Kentucky Poultry Growers scheduled was deferred. The second day crowd was larger than that of the 3rst day. and keen interest was displayed throughout all sessions. Judge Henry S. Barker welcomed e alfalfa and beef cattle associations. Ah address before the alfalfa growers ,?as made by Dr. Alfred Peter, acting ilrector of the Experiment Station, who told what the Experiment Station had done for alfalfa in Kentucky, experiments begun by It thirty years ago. Other addresses were made by J. G. Coke, of Auburn; Joe Crifler, of Fredonia, and F. F. Gilmore, of Louisville. The annual dues were increased to $1 by a vote of the members. Officers were elected for the coming year as follows: President, H. H. Farmer, Henderson: vice president, Jake' Crider, of Fredonia, and G. M. Fenley, of Valley Station; secretary and treasurer, T. R. Bryant, Lexington. Lexington, the prizes 3n State-at-larg- -- Congressional district; James Hopkinsville. B. Second dis- trict; S. W. Forgy. Elktou, Third district ; L. Frank Withers. Elizabehtown. Fourth district; James Quarles. Louis- Call For Warrants. ville Fifth district ; Lewis J. Widrig. Newport. Sixth district; Dennis Dun-doParis. Seventh district; L. B. Richmond, Eighth district; A. O. Carter. Louisa. Ninth district; David Hays. Whitesburg, Tenth district; Zeb A. Stewart, Harlan. Eleventh district. Her-ringto- Settle Is Chief Justice. Opening of the winter term attracted a large crowd of spectators and lawyers to the Court of when Judge Siiackelford Miller, M Louisville, retired as Chief Justice to be succeeded by Judge Waraer E. Settle, of Bowling Green, and Judge Flem D. Sampson, o Barbourvi'le, succeeded Judge C. C. Turner, of Mt. Sterling, from the Seventh district. The .frerr.o!iifs were simple. Flower.--, gilts of friends, adorned the bench in front of the new Chief Justice and Ap-;eal- Outstanding interest-bearinstate warrants will be reduced by $1,800,000 tiiis month. The total of outstanding warrants at the close of business December 30 was $4,950,628.44, and State Treasurer Sherman Goodpaster announced that he will issue a call as of January 15 for the redemption of warrants issued between the dates of February l. 1915. and October 31, 1915, amounting to $1,800,000. Interest will stop on January 25. The treasury statement of December 30 showed a balance of $3,225,696.36, of which was in the general expenditures fund. All of this could not be used in the redemption of warrants, because considerable amounts are apg portioned to inviolable funds, such as read, game end fish and insurance. The school fund on that d&fe had a balance of $644,363.56, the linking fund $108,509.96, and the' State University t fund $40,C83.65. half-cen- Judge Sampson. Tiic "1 minutes of the last day of the ere signed by Chief Justice JJilier, after which Attorney General M. M. Logan introduced Judge S.:mp-aaa- , srho nrarn la by Rodataa Judge Keeaaa, clerk of tie court. Sampson immediately assumed the seat on :he extreme right of the beach, vacr'ed y Judg" Turner, and was d to ths Western division, to viii' h Judge Miller also goes. Alter tern m i as-sir- ii Fnctice Miller exchanged with Judge Settle, who proceeded :o call for motions and aound the docket o;' the term. Judge Sampson appointed R. X. Jarvis his secretary, and Judse Clarke appointed Franklin Shaw, of Newport, his secretary, to succeed James Lane, resigned. Whits Leaves State Prison. Tom White, jointly convicted with C tit Jetf for the assassination of Attorney J. B. Marcum on the court-hise steps at Jackscn during the Breathitt county feuds May 4, 1903, has been paroled by the State Board A large of Prison Commissioner. number of petitions for his release were filed with the boaid, and Doug o Hays, of Hindnian, a kinsman, came to Frankfort ind l.e and White left the prison for Knott county, where Hays will give White employment. While was a trusty with the Bell county road force uiuil about two tionths ago, when he developed fever ancJ sent back to the reformatory. It is he has incipient tuberculosis. He !s 37 years old and has been in prison since pril 12, 1905. He was ried and in Harrison county, where his case was taken on a change of venue from Breathitt. s Sheriff Gets "Panning." In a report filed with Governor StanKY. OIL FIEL IS RICHEST ley covering an investigation of the county oifices of Lee county. Inspector and Examiner Sewell criti; lies the Estill County Holds Record For Productivity, Says Expert. sheriff for not reporting to the state the penalty of 6 per cent which is imIrvine. Ky. Joe Cappeau, of Pittsposed upon taxes not paid by Decemburg, regarded as one of the most conber 1. He sa.. s. further, the records show the sheriff has bought a number servative oil authorities in the couiv of tracts of land on which unpaid try. recently stated that the great oil taxes are due the state, and there is field in Estill county held the record no evidence, he says, that the county for both the high average of producattorney is making an effort to collect tivity of the wells and the certainty such fees. This prat tice, he says, not of production. He is quoted in the Oil only exists in Lee county, but in a and Gas Journal to the effect that out number of other counties of the state. of 123 wells drilled in Irvine field durInspector Sewell collected $109.36 from ing November 118 were producers. In delinquent officials in Jackson county other words, the drilling averaged a and $49.09 from delinquent officials little more than 94 per cent in geed wells, an average that Is without parin Lee county. allel in any oil field in the world, so tar as statistics show. "Moonlight" School at Prison. The oi! business is usually regarded A moonlight school has been instias one of the most hazardous, but in tuted at the Reformatory farm by Mrs the Irvine field it is more certain than Cora Wilson Stewart, chairman of thf the ordinary mercantile pursuits, Kentucky Illiteracy Commission, and where the successes are only about one Warden T. M. Phythian. Will Pres out of ten. The fact that only about ton, a life termer from Magoffin coun six failures result In every one huntv, is instructor. Twenty-eigh- t of the dred wells drilled at Irvine accounts thirty men there had not progressed in some degree for the great rush of beyond the second grade, it was operators to obtain holdings in the learned. field. R. A. COOK Is Named IS MADE con-icte- Ignores State Assessment. The Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company paid into the state treasury $76,111 taxes on a franchise assessment of $15,000,000. The assessment of the franchise for this year was There is pending in the su preme court a case Involving the right of the board to assess the company at an amount greater than $15,000,000. $34.-000,00- PRESIDENT. at Meeting of State Board At Hookinsville. Tosperity at Frankfort. The Capital City baa participated in prosperity, as evithe country-widdenced by the depos ts in the five local banks, which more than doubled in 191 r. in 1915 deposits aggregated $2,889,401.68. In 191 i they aggregated e -- 15.397.461.07. Trust Agreement Filed. An equipment trust agreement for $3,149,375 with the Commercial Trust Co., of Pennsylvania, was filed by the Chesapeake & Ohio railroad in the office of Secretary of State James P. Lewis. The road has purchased 25 Mallet locomotives and a thousand steel coal cars. 70-to- n Hopkinsville, Ky. At the meeting held at the Western State Hospital of the State Board of Control of Charitable Institutions Robert A. Cook, of this city, was unanimously selected president. Mr. Cook is one of the Republican members, and Tas appointed several months ago to succeed Dr. T. W. Gardiner. The expiration of the term of J. Norton Fitch left a vacancy. J. Forrest Butts, of Carrollton, was appointed by Governor Stanley to the board vacancy, and Dr. Arch Dixon, et Henderson, was named to succeed W. J. Figg, who died recently. Feverishness, Stomach Troubles and Bowel Irregularities from which xt J children suffer at this TBIHI XABX season. Thear powders RACKED RY KY. CAPITALISTS were: are easy and pleasant to take and excel"Violations of the election laws are lent results are accomplished by theit becoming numerous, and for the puruse. Used by Mothers for ag years. pose of remedying the evil the corrupt Million Dollar Dam en Dix River Sold by Druggists everywhere. 25 cents. Trial package FREE. Address. practices ad was instituted. If a canNear Danville Is First Step THE MOTHER GRAY CO.. Le Roy. N. Y. didate is low enough and thoughtless to Be Taken. enough to go on; and buy his election, Worn Tires for Sole Leather. and if the people " foolish enough to Western Newspaper Union News Service. An ingenious Maine cobbler has submoney, it can be" depended take his Danville, Ky. Two of the greatest upon that he will get even when he electric power plants in the world may stituted uiu'erial of worn t.re casings gets in. I hope to see a better senti- be erected on the line of the Queen & for leather and patrons mob his shop. the ment in the future. Righ here in Pa- Crescent route and the entire train Leather prices are quoted as "over genmoon" and the new substitute, if ducah we have seen contest after con- movements, including freight train, erally adopted, ought to help matetest and one is going on at present. I may, in the not distant future, be rially In stopping the kiting of man's have no right to express an opinion, by electricity. tuost pressing necessities. and couldn't if I wanted to, but it is Louis Herrington, of Richmond, and your duty to indict if you find any vio- George A. McRoberts. of Danville, in lations of the election laws. It is also combination with other Central Ken- TAKES OFF DANDRUFF, your duty to inquire into misconduct tucky and Eastern capitalists, have HAIR STOPS FALLING by any public official." a plan on foot to erect a million-dollapower dam across Dix river, east of Save your Hair! Get a 25 cent bottle of Danderine right now Also AGAIN NAMED AS TRUSTEES Danville, and thus establish a great electric power plant at this point. The tops itching scalp. Combs and Vaughn Succeed Selves on banks of Dix river are more than 100 Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy feet high. and. properly dammed, Sanatorium Board. enough reserve water can be secured hair is mute evidence of a neglected scalp; of dandruff that awful scurf. Lexington, Ky. Judge F. A. Bullock to run a power plant for years. A movement is also on foot to har- r There Is nothing so destructive to has announced the reappointment to hair the the Fayette County Board oi Tuber- ness Cumberland falls and useplsftit. the hair as dandruff. It robs the very of its lustre. Its strength and its power for an immense electric culosis Sanatorium Board of Trustees feverish-nes- s of Senator Thomas A. Combs and Geo. While nothing has been made public, life; eventually producing a and itching of the scalp, which it is known that officials of the Queen W. Vaughn, attorney. The appointments were made from a list submit- & Crescent route are figuring on util- If not remedied causes the hair roots ted by the State Tuberculosis Commis- izing the power from these two im- to hrink, loosen and die then the sion as required by law. The appoin- mense plants in the operation of a'l hair falls out fast. A little Danderine tees succeed themselves and are ap- their trains between Cincinnati ard tonight now any time will surely pointed each for a term of four years. Chattanooga, a distance of more than save ycur hair. Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton' Senator Combs is at present presi- 300 miles. The Queen & Crescent route wa., Danderine from any drug store. You dent of the Sanatorium Board and Mr. Harri-masurely can have beautiful hair and lots Vaughn secretary-treasureOther some months ago. awarded the prize for its "safety first" poli- of it if you will just try a little Dan members of the board are: Theodore Tunis, Dr. E. L. Bradley, Dr. Josephine cies, and now the matter of providing derine. Save your hair Try it : Adv. D. Hunt, Mrs. Wilbur R. Smith and smokeless and cinderless trains is bv Mount Inez for Suffragist. It is hoped ing investigated. The officials are also Mrs. Desha Breckinridge. Resident of Elizabethtown and vifiguring on putting another tunnel to open the sanatorium by July of the through Ging's Mountain, thus en- cinity have rechristened Mount Discovpresent year. abling he double tracking work to be ery, one of the highest peaks in "Mount Inez." as a tribute continued through the mountainous GLOOM section of the stae. BRINGS GOVERNOR to Inez Milholland Bolssevuin. who was buried at the foot of the mountain To Louisville Board of Trade By Oppo- SUES From the peak may be TO GET CERTIFICATES. recently. sition to Special Session. had an excellent view of Lake Cham-plaithe Adlrondacks and the Green Kentuckians Seek to Be Accountants, Louisville, Ky. Governor Stanley, Mountains. By Way of Court. speaking at the reception of the Board Anoint the eyelids with Roman Eye Balof Trade here, indicated that he probLouisville. Ky. Suit to compel the ably will not call an extra session of State Board of Accountancy to issue sam upon retiring at night, and in the morning observe the refreshed the General Assembly for the purpose to them certificates as certified ac-- , strengthened sensation in your eye and of revising the state's system of reve- countants was filed by Jas. H. Yeut-- I arising. Adv. nue and taxation. He realizes, he said, sey and J. W. R. Bradford, both of that the present system is "archaic Kenton county. The plaintiffs say Not That Ki and that it "op- they are qualified accountants and and "I understand your hu.--l presses the state," but he desires proof have filed applications properly, but thing i a .mlc'tudi.ij that the legislature will improve mat- I tfr sate boaftl dee'liaes tortrfannhenT up?r" ters before he calls an extra session. "Ob. dear me. no! He eats meat certificates. The declaration was greeted by It is said the state board's action is regularly three times a day." groans. The Board of Trade is one of based, in Youtsey's case, on his having the chief organizations which is urg- made contracts of another nature with In Italy the refuse eathered in the ing the governor to call an extra ses- a Cincinnati firm, and in the case of streets is mM :it unction. sion, and his discouraging statement Bradford his being a practicing attor--' put something of a damper on the ney. The petitioners assert the board, spirit of the meeting. in construing the recently enacted state law denying certificates to perIN WITH WILEY, sons engaged in another business than CONFERENCE accountancy, is placing a wrong inUi- -' Lexington. Ky. Officials of Fayette pretation on the statute. and Madison counties met last Friday with State Road Commissioner Rod- MODIFICATICN OF THE EMBARGO. man Wiley and discussed the proposed bridge over the Kentucky river to conMarjone "M'ket do joa tatak Jetm ssul. Daddy. Louisville, Ky. Modification of the whti told hiss that wftae 4 city Dtrt aierrtM nect Lexington and Richmond by way embargo by the L. & X. railroad re-- 1 ruwVlt,. country p!e six ftlltftft and of of .. rvaat' ri,i,tv. '.V.i!. nr "Jij ta parigoa say V of Clay's Ferry. Mr. Wiley was asked cently against the movement of freight, Msr.M.ri 'lle ana Baal if woumJ aWep asnn aa say Tvmil.in t kit rteM v!r draama " to provide state aid for the construc- excepting live stock and perishables, Had dreams rn gm) Ufa oi aoar afxestan, aata the tion of the bridge. to points north and east of the Ohio hanf aofxed toaaatt beta le tiialiia ike wNoar river, has just been announced. ss:cm sutlers sad arc have caantieetaM, sliiaiivt The vreatk, dyspepsia tat all sens M Waaler dtserern new embargo announces exceptions to every oac tl wfekfc, if you did sul kaoat U. cries aetata lee the original restrictions, but imposes KENTUCKY BREVITIES new ones with regard to coal shipments. Coal and coke shipments may Mt. Sterling, Ky. Duly Williamson, be shipped to Cleveland, Detroit and 47, farmer, was stricken by heart disother points under the embargo, if con-- 1 Which for 51 years has contributed to ease and died in his buggy while driv- signed to industries, public utilities the health and well being of counties ing home from this city. thousands everywhere. 25c and 75c and coal yards direct, but not to bro kers. The modified portions of the Mt. Sterling, Ky. Mrs. Sue Ireland, embargo refer to other freight. The widow of Thomas Ireland, and one of changes maMe it possible for L. & K. the leading W. C. T. U. advocates, died agents to accept freight for a number here. She was 83 years old. of Northern and Eastern points herein the embargo. Midway, Ky. C. W. Parrish, who tofore included has been cashier of the Commercial WANT TOBACCO COMMISSIONER. DR. J. D.KELLOGG'S ASTHMA REMEDY Bank since its founding four years ago, for the prompt relief of Asthma E Hay your drug. has resigned, and has been succeeded Louisville, Ky. Representative to- S and for it. Fever. Askand ona dot- - M IV 25 cant Q gist bv Miton M. Davis. bacco houses of Henderson and Louis- a lar. Writs for free sample, fl ville have joined in a petition, em- E Northrop k Lyman Co.,lnc,3uttalo,M. Y. Dawson Springs, Ky. During the bodying a series of resolutions, asking four weeks'' revival here, just closed, President Wilson to appoint a tobacco there were 150 conversions and recla- commissioner, with headquarters in mations. The meetings were held in Louisville, to look after the export I the Presbyterian church. l 1 "1 trade. E. V. Robards, Henderson; is suggested for the place, with authorPrinceton, Ky. As an evidence of ity to handle all matters for the tobacthis city being on a boom, financially, co trade. PARKERS $148,844.34 passed over the counter of HAIR BALSAM A toilet prefavtmUoa of merit. jjpp?Ji Belpe to ersdieeUe daadrarZ. the First National Bank in one day. FAIR DATES SET AT MEETING. For RattteriateT Color and This was due to the heavy delivery of Baautj tsGra- or Fed ed Hair. tobacco. Me. and Stetet Droe1ee. Lexington, Ky. W. J. Gooch was reop-erat- ed ' Colds, Constipation, r I n r. 1 n, j -- wam-- ft w t I mtefa j Green's August Flower I TasaeefeTTJfTT' F - Princeton, Ky. Robert Montjoy, negro porter in the postoffice here, was arrested by Deputy United States Marshal Wash Kimble, of Paducah. Montjoy is charged with tampering with the mails. He was carried to Paducah by Marshal Kimble. elected secretary of the Kentucky State fair at a meeting of the State Board of Agriculture here. The week of September 10 was fixed for the fair. Other officers chosen were L. D. Shropshire, assistant secretary, and Edward F. Durback, of Louisville, superintend- ent of grounds. Verdict Is Affirmed. Tue $5,000 verdict given the estate of James Love by the Knox Circuit Couft against the 'arter Coal Co. for Love 'a death in a mine of the company In Knox county was just affirmed by the Court of Appeals. Love was under 16 years of age, and therefore, th court aajra the estate bad the right to recover under the child labor law. An objection was made to the verdict because 13 bystanders were put in the panel from whi a the Jury was selected te try the c:se. No objection was aaade to this proceeding. Harrodsburg, Ky. The Mercer NaCALL RECEIVED BY DR. POWELL. tional Bank and its associate, the FAULCONER SCHOOL IS OPENED. To Kill Mice Farmers' Trust Co., just declared a Shelbyvilie, Ky. A unanimous call dividend of $6,000 and in addition set ALWAYS USB Ky. The new county Lexington, r daaaaf BBaaaJaaBB to the pastorate of the Shelbyvilie aside a nice sum for the undivided high school on the Maysville pike, STEARNS' Baptist church has been extended to profit account. Employes wre paid a erected at a cost of $21,000, has been the Rev. F. M. Powell, of Missouri, 5 per cent bonus. ELECTRIC PASTE formally opened by the County Board who is now one of the instructors in U. 8. Government Buys It of Education. In honor of Mrs. Nanthe Southern Baptist Theological SemCompiler of War Records. Paducah, Ky. Ed Scott, who shot nie G. Faulconer, county school super23c aad SOLD BVSJtY WUKKB John G. Rogers, of Louisville, has inary, where he is also doing post- and killed Jim Bolger, about three intendent, the school was named the been appointed compiler of confeder- graduate work. Mr. Powell is expect- years ago, was acquitted in Circuit Faulconer High School. It is one of ate war records in the adjutant gen- ed to make knov n his decl'ion within Court on the plea of The the most complete and attractive PoeltlTe Llrer a Stouaca med? He fills the vacancy the next week. He has preached here tragedy occurred in a drug store. Scott school buildings in the county, teing Aroid operation. earo; aome remedy, write cooay. eral's office. 'iveow) Keenita .fUmm caused by the death of the late Maj. on two Sundays since the church has claimed that Bolger was advancing on equipped with electric lights, v ater been without a pastor. Abner Harris, of Louisville, him with a bottle when he fired. works and a furnace. W. N. U.. CINCINNATI, NO. Sheriff Fired Upon. It was reported here that Deputy Sheriff Hall, of Clay county, was fired upon by two men, ambushed near his barn recently. He was wounded in the left arm and abdomen. It was stated that his life had been threatened. LEAKY CYLINDERS Pteton Bum: will price) llel cumpreesion: ma.de fnaraiioe application. Ask yourail eleee; If be does dernier. tailed on not handle :neo. ante an. licm ritwe Bins Co., 1411 Cfcsstuat St., fct.Loaka, ate. FOR Get tbearer Tight mr Rats and self-defens- e. KetedTCe.J)et.W-.2US.neereiia- psaafr '" MT.VERNON 5 His minthlv income is attemtit to take settlers into K'h Friday, Jan. 12, 191? tucky. it will be remembered One of the bands on a Clark that Janes Hoone. Daniel s young- every Friday by Published e unty pike was fired on account est son was slam in this attach, EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. Watch inspector Frankbn sus- et being too slow to keep out. of. picious tint your Li vinjrsto re- thevayof road fuller. e I mountains are porter bloke Lis ae.oi.d h.ntf Set TheRtCa-llIMCItmM Otftt VRA.K plai is a tompared t" the tower Of teeti which he pinched of Advertising rates maue knoun 'fling kyscr.ping hills down Vlr- - the Dago peddler on the installment plan while cracking walnuts ginta way. applicatton "Ciinohfield" rail- on a wager, and adds, tint is one The T.at road lioni harleston, S. C. into of the reas ns Jdr the reporter's MEMBER OF the Eastern Kentucky coalfields precipitate flight when he saw CNTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION crosses the Nortork & Western at what he supposed o be a dago St. Faul, 22 mi'es east of Norton. approaching him d wn the plat R. J. Lemonds, train dispatcher to; m. It is claimed that Sidnev is engaged in traveling over Mm is truthful, ou occasions ' Carry me back to Old Vir nesota, Wisconsin and Michigan, hunting up L & N cars and yinia," is decidedly an appropria'e hurrying them back home Mr. song as one will certainly conLemonds is filling, lor the piesenti clude upon meeting these big ANNOUNCEMENTS. t least, &) position of chief In hearted natives of tall hills, in the We are authorized to announce the followiug persons as candidates for thf .pector et Transportation, an office 'LMmI of the Sky" on the "Trail of the Lonesome Pine," and the respective offices in Rockcastle county; iitely created by his conuan subject to the Kepublican primary elecLorenzo Gtder Faliu, one of native habitat of the ' "Little Shep tion in August, 1917: Rickcastle's sp'endid sen's ha herd of Kingdom Cutne," '"A VirFOR JDDGF, Cain Mullins, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. lor a few m nth acceptably filleu ginia Rose," and whose soil was VI r. FOR JAILER. , Lemonds posi ion as dis- hunted over bv 'Long Knife" our "Little"' Tom Taylor, of Mt Vernrn.Ky. patcher of Knoxville branch own noted, celebrated and venerYou can always bank on ated, Daniel Boone. trains Judge E. H. Gary, head of mountain boys. States Steel Company, That portion of the rd-- lying , celebrates the coming of the new I between Cumberland Gap and year by issuing an address to the American people upon the state used by the two bighwavs, is For Infants and Children known as Dixie-BoonHighway. of their aflairs. In Use For Over 30 Years H. C. Chappel, of the Middles A perusal. et Judge Gary's do Always bears re Three States, will shortly the ument indicates that be h s de Signature of voted some time and study to call a meeting of the small pub Washington's memorable address ushers of Kentucky, Tennessee, to the American people. The to meet in the Magic City, for the PAINFUL COUGHS purpose et organizing a news head of the Steel Company speaks RBUKVBD. from equally as lolty a height He print papr unuufacturing comDr King's New Discovery is a remedy for warns the American people agains' pany and establishing "a plant soothing, be din near Middleshjoro that will manu c nighs and colds that has stood "extravagar.ee, indolence, waste, indifference and stupidity." He lacture news priut only to be stdd t ie tet of nearly fifty years For instructs them in regard to the to publishers holding s ock in the t mt cousjh that strains th throat grave errors they have commited con) pan v at the cost olpioduc. ion and saps the vitdity try Dr. in lowering the tariff and in ram The pine" fo.est of Pine Moun- - King's New Discovery. The ing the income tax. He assures ain and other pine forests of soothing pine balsams and mild the investor in Steel common tbat Kentucky and Virginia are ample laxat'ves ingredients soon drive ungs are well with him, but he enough to supply a mill of titty the cold from the system. Have on capacity for several years aud a buttle on Land for winter colds, Ems his country as a whole thawalk warily to continue will supply all the small publish croup gripp and bronchial ers in the Hire.-- states It seems ns. At. four Druggists, 50e his approval. a few years since Mr. Chap bit fry fclt'Steitof-ahvl&-V T L ThR SnpTem C.urt, in the ' but, like many others, he does not pell launched a little paper called mo4 sweeping of all decisions up s, at Hyden. His seem to be able to grasp the fact spelling was so horribly bad thai holding prohibition laws, upheld that we had a little election in as c institutional and valid the this county a few weeks ago Tbousatidsticks gained a wide re Webb Kenvon law probinti ng The American people elected putation and was extensivel shipments of liquor from wet to The iduor was getiing Wood row Wilson as their chiec quoted dry States. It also sustained executive and adviser. Judge ff some g ed S'uff, however, even West Virginia's r. cent amendGary, we believe, supported Mr. it spelling was badly crossed and ment to her 'aw am i 'itng im Hughes. He had a right so to do. knock kneed Chappel kept ever- portati n in in eisfca'e co ntnerce but the people preferred the oth.-- r la tingly at it got his paper eyes et ljquc r for peivoia use mm. Therefore, m matters per doctor d and knees straightened taining to the income tax and the sold out moved to Middlesboro nd tariff no reason exists to cause it h,is made good in the newspaper to be believed that Mr. Gary's world, and indications are that he advice will have mo.e effect than will make good in his efforts to establish a newsprint mauuftc-tory- . that of the President Post. Aveno.v ' 800 1 1 thr-Unitc- $BtaE& PC 'tL- - , MOUNT VERNON HIGNAi - ' " SiTSr?Jut2 BRODHEAD the present m The Citizen Hank Bffautd elec tion of officers and directors w s ueld on Thursday of last wee. whKn resulted in the el. c ion of institution has seen he best ye r in its taistoix , as shown bv a net earn,lnf of fifteen per Cent on its uiv,0end WdS dedar.d toits stock- holders and the remaining seven passed 'o surp us and undiv.d.d B L' Anderson, of G-profits. rad, spent iroin 'td usday until Friday at bis s n"s f rm n at" this place.at1 ending theousiies meetings of the Cit'zens Hank. of which Mrs Luc. an he is a director. Price of Indu n, is wih relatives Mrs J M here the past weeK. Owens and daughter, Vlarie, spent the week end at Crai Or chard, ihe gnet of Mrs Waller Smith -- Ths L & N has c.ught tue spirit of unpioveiuent thai is no v going on in Hrodhead and ar planning to hutld some nice MC tion houses th S Coming sort ng or poss.bly buy and improve some property that can be had wor n the money, which is co iveni nt W D. Cottongim a d for them. family, moved t vlivw iod yester dav. I Cold Sores and. Fever Blisters are only, outward nianifestations-o- f the inflammation of- - the mucous surface ivSrPSVvTvSK that lines the lungs, the stomach arid 1M7j SMI all the digestive tract, but they give you evidence of how sore a membrane may become as a result of inflammation, which is stagnation of the blood. rightfully called acute catarrh. If you suffer from such conditions don't let them become chronic, don't run the risk of systemic catarrh nemeul-- . 1 e W When your system is cleared of all its poisons, the membranes sootna and healed, the cold gone and your digestion restored, you will enjoy life, feel equal to all its tasks, and be at peace with the world. Let Peruna do for you what it did for this sufferer: Mrs. L. A. Patterson, 238 Utah Avenue, Memphis. Ten; ays: " I I'ave been a friend of Penina for many years. I save us-- d it r .1 on for catarrhal complaints and found it a very excellent remedy. I huve asm I fa (i children. Times t;re hard with us. but lean scarcely afford to do vuiiout especially during the ruii . Clear it Up With PERUNA season of the year whn coughs and cold are prevalent. to our neighbors, lor tue benefit 11 has been to us. " You needn't suflVr longer with such We t Jw j recconanend Peruna a remet' at hand. am f& I 1 J C:Alrsd0ff.: OPTIONS -- ... .w..h.-v.- .LL Atfj.M ... ' .. 11UU1 m m ' j. 3tr. -- T" Peruna can be obtained in tablet form. You can carry it with you and take it y tematically and regularly for a remedy, or ft need jd for a preventive. Get abcxtod&y. The Penina Company, Columbus, Ohio iinn cy.Km rv nju us. i&t r ict ri P jnt , CASTOR A e Cy& j Wc regret t' se trtera, as Jhey are nice people bui trut the place will be filled in every wa. by Mr Talor, who tiKes charge 01 the sectio at this place Mr Mrs Perkins, of Livingston and to srend a stopped off Tnur.-da-y day qr two with Mr and Mr VV (J. Yaden, of this place The are returning fiom an extensive noney. m on trip having married only a few days ago. L fe might if spent in all be a honey-ruooBrodhe.d, So why not stay (Livingston correspondent to take o ex.eption) R. R Smith is led 1 tJi& BB - .Tr- It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Caruui, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and he?d would hirt so bad, 1 thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. A:ter taking three boti'es of Cardui, 1 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. 1 wish every suffering woman would give - af-fec- ti Y- - Thou.-andstick- THE United States Supreme Court holds valid the Webb Ken yon law, which prohibits the 'ij. shipment of whiskey from one State into another state, if that state be a 'dry' state. Had the Norton has a number of wholesale houses and Other mercantile establishments and a fine three story hotel which ' feeds" fir t not to that standard maintained by the Rockcastle, in old Mt. Vernon; in fact there are 1 "C "Q vw ?S91 4 ivBviiffvl rate but fttf STM Hr the Lamp Oil th Saves Eyes law, which prohibited the shipment of whiskey into dry ierritory not been repealed, Rockcastle could ceitainly have been the dry column. Let us hasten the day when the time will come that we will not have to see the express truck loaded down every day with whiskey, shipped from Lebanon, Louisville, New Albanv and many other p'aces And one lamentable fact is that a large per cent of the whiskey comes to men who are not affording a comfortable living for their families. 'Vi St. J 9' "Vf 1 I mighty few the latter place Wise county, in which Nonon WOBK aves eves. is located has invested over a Your hn 30LITE OIL in t from our works. barrels million dollars in good roads within past three years and is p G!i. & Stcl 0!! Co. still building. Lexinsm, Ky. r'- -' :iery at .arron, Pa. Cleveland, Russell county, Va , " r?" thecilctritid or Cold Troubles NoCarb' the place I am visiting, is a sta Auto Oil. m Vapor treatments for cold troubles are tion on the Norfolk & Western better than internal medicines, as the vami pors cam- the medication direct to the railroad 35 miles East of Norton lungs and'air passages without disturbing and a few miles from Tom's creek, FOR the stomach. SLOAN'S LIN'IMENT Salve is apWhen Vick's where there are very extensive STIFF JOINTS. plied over the throat and chest, these vaHon. Walter N. Pltppin is cer coal operations and a big coking Rheum .tic pains and aches gets pors, released by the heat of the body, are plant. The capacity of the plant into the j ints and muscles, mak. inhaled with each breath. 25c to $1.00. tainly making the way of the transgressor a hard one. All eyes is 125 cars per dty. Cleveland iMi .i.iiimt ni 7omant f Arttira Da. as probably, 7 10 pjpuktion.and', are turned on the Common llteveyonr sunenng with Sloan s ; wealth Attorney of the Twenty is located on Clinch rwer, in a Liniment; it quickly penetrates ARE YOUR SEWERS Eighth district, who is proving valley, wiih some lotty bills rubbing, and soothes and CLOGGED? short distance back. It is a big without himself (he right man in the right warms your sore muscles A The . stock shipping point Several ,, ,. , place. The bowo's are the sewerage . . ., first class business houses, a bank. , ,' system of the body. You can we'l a Missionary Baptist church la- - atuuu, a, silicic aiiim.iunii wi'i. imagine the result when they are Boone out the pain. Sloan s Ltui-. cated at the top of one of the drive . sopped up as is the case in c n- , a.uu lis Ki-- m 1, cwncnnni hill., and a Me:hodtst chutch. A njtiil As a purgative you r, . quickly effective, it does not stiiiation fine brick College budding fijrd Chamberiain s Tablets . . , .. will .. Its sum ui uiujs iuc pules Continued from 1st page inhabitants maintdn the reputa siitui tue They are mild and Get a bottle today at vour Drug excellent resident of Mt. Vernon, who when Hon f r which Virgnuans They aLo in their action gentle ire a boy. used to pick bla.k berries, no.ed the couutry over for their gist. 25c improve the digestion. run errands, bUck, shoes and do and unstinted liiend-linesany old job that got in his way, BOOKKEEPING eprci,hy to the stranger Businew.Phonography today ownes 9 quarter of a hun- within their gtes It is BETHURUM X LEWIS ahmt TYPEWRITING and ATTORNEYS AT LAW dred houses and lots, located in 45 m les from this pla:e to Fort TELEGRAPHY MT VERNON, RY. Cor bin, Lebanon Junction Eliza Blackmore, the poiut to which 2- WilRllRR SMITH BUSINESS COLLEQE 'S w. tfuii k Will practice in althe courts. r Bi.nltr bethtown and other points, the Dauiet Boone and his immigrants In iMrontil Office in Bethurum Building. hM yn of Itnrf Pril.Ient huaineM. alio experienceclnceting m yean 40 n.nirini Lebanon Junction electric light J retreated when attacked by BttiaaaggTl HI Ll.j " ( dirc-c- tertainment given at plas equil the en- Vothinff is more important m tha home man clear, steac! y li'l,t. Insure his by getting the oil that b'irns clear an-- oral without a flirlcer flown to the ias. aor. i'er.nsylvaiiia crude oil refined to prfection. Costs no nuce thi.i the Inferior tankwaeonoils sates MONEY--sv- ts ng a car of clover hay today, J M. which goes to Pineville Cra'g and K J Smith have been .11 town with a nice lot of h.gs .mring the week. J.M. Cress was in the vicinity dunngvthe w-- e looking after some mules which are bein kept by varties near Mrs Emma Frith returned from a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, London Infirmary, where she his and it always does me good." had her little daughtei, finth, for Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, son e days, hiving undergone an feelings, etc., are sure signs of womantired, worn-o- ut operation of removing her tonsils ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's .s doing nicrly - Rev. A. B. Sljf tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui Potier! tilled bis refill r aip in trouble. It ad for yourfor more thanhas been helping weak, ailing at bond, Saturdav and Sun mfii.t women fifty years. Car Sinleto b night lay last of (i rover Sutton, a niee pair of vountr inultS for $28). C. K. J Sc; .urn, the oil mn, accompanied pn rm U-- m .'4P 'v Dick Albright and his Ford, is in Lexington and Irvine, during the week Work is progressing nicely in the o fiords, but no new Dr. M Penning developments il.nts;, if in his office in the V: zens B oik buildintr for a fewd iyz At Reduced Fares, on sale Daily to C. Byron Owens left Monday morning fir Louisvide. where he FLORIDA-CUBA-NE- W enters Medical College His wile a few days wdere will join him in they will do light housekeeping. And All Resorts of the South Mr and Mrs R H Hamm Clar ence Shafrr, W. J Owens, lulian Stop- - Over Privileges and Francis Hordes, j R Cass, T. K. Francisco, and others, have FINAL LIMIT FOR RETURN, MAY 31, 1917 b en in Mt Vernon durirg the C A Wheeldon was here week For complete information and descriptive during the Week mm ing his famliterature, call on nearest TICKET AGENT ily to Lancaster. Will Robins, or write "who has been confined for oyer a II. C. KING, Passenger and Ticket Agent month with appendicitis, havmg 113 Lazt Mam Street, LEXINGTON, KY. been operated op atLondun, has returned home and is able to b I on the street again.- - W H S wder continues ill at his home. E. C Watson a; d Charley Bussell are at STOMACH TROUBLES. Charley Ottawa on a varati..u If vm have trouble with your Smith, f Wi'die. has ncen in tow n T-TT stomach vou should try ChamberHuring ihe week - Urban Cass ODnovcr returned to his work at Latonia. lain s Tablets. So many have Sunday. bee'i resto'ed io health by the use MT. VERNON. i.Y f these tablets and thir cost is Fron4 Rooms over Raker' ter so little. 25 cents, that is woith iPhone Croup while to fcive ihem a trial. 4f The Woman's Tonic -- 1 f () m vrwWvifW .EMR iWW Get. a Bottle Today! I WINTER TOURIST TICKET! ORLEANS Liberal . - r. rL Dentist 9-- 3. 3 "Vaporize" - P3Oar- - fr A&L4E:4e s v Good Music Do you an up-twant the minute collection et songs which will delight children. Do you like to sing? "Vap-O-Rub- " - mSTORIi g..i mm y-jm "liiiareii Dry 9R FLETCHtR YICKSVSALYE YOU SINGING GET GOOD 'S immLA use Aw Ln : when you use our collection el sacredand Si cular selections en title! CHILI) SONGS gWe will send FREE one copy in exchange for the names and addresses of five music teach rs. Sundav Schol Superintendents or Choir Leaders. ' ,- - f- - Way Man On The Wing 1 erMme S Ph:U the bt-3- . A safe, o!d fasL'oned The Ruebush - Kietfer Company Dayton. Rwkmgham Ce., Virginia remedy for worms. Seventy-fiv- e yen contmu out Mie is teitimonial ho.-pitalii--y s, $DK$D3&C&Y GOOD FOR CONSTIPATION - r, :3cr3oc38(3ox3o( g: Chamberlain's Tablet are excel They are lent for constipation pleaaot to take and mild and gentle in effect. Obtainable every where. 1 cm. offer you. Keep a bnnle rwy haad. It wil hrlo kR e little oaa Uppv and heakby ! yrvr druoitt'i or 25c. boc genoal Hok at 't rwir dnL-- r cin'l kpr-ryou. r n ttanpt aacl tie promptly FREY S VERMIFUGE (rnJ d 1 hi atnd roa a bet tin ud MD. 25c LAS. FREY, BALTIMORE. m MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mr. Vernon Ky.Jao. 12, 191" "-7- MOUNT fl3 VERNON SIGNAL JgSTiSSi Goodrich Rubbers. & . and 11 11 IT nSSSMM 79 win toConimu oatft rl(h SIGNAL ..r. Mo. m" w ri 9 Sutton McBeb Get vour frsh fruits and vege tables at T J. Pennington's. . Get it at Fish's and you know the quality and priee both are right. Berea is to have a new brick and stone L & N. depot to cost $2o.ooo. 20" 11 Jrfl VSb Sd jl THE PRICE IS NEVER gfc. CM A MEASURE OF VA'JJE When buyingclotheskeep lOUIlV'LLC & NMWH.LI R B Co. T ME TABLE. 22 24 13 21 uortn nortn south South Tas.-Landrum, .- - 51 Pm 3:56 a m Ladies Hats worth $2 to $3 00 for $1 n:44an 12:13 Sutton Wanted:-Ts. & McBeb. am o buy dressed Instead, fix the amount you can afford to spend, then say; PI go where I can get the very best at your eye on the fellows that make price tbeir chief claim on your attention Don't say, " I'll buy the cheapest I can find' Agent. and coats Phone No. 8. Kntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Potrce mail matter. as tttcond-eias- s T J. Pennington. Big reduction ou Ladies & that price' suits Sutton McBkr. PRBNONAL Mrs 1 Hon. S. N. Steel of Will ams burg is a candidate for Circuit Vedne;day. vetys-icJudge of that district to succeed Prot Luther McOraeken was Judge Sampson over ftom Johiutt-- Sunday. Mr. Logan McKinney, age 84 James Maret is with his sister in Virgin a foi a few weeks vi?i . ears and the father of our towns a here from Gov man, K. J. McKinney died yesBob Allen i rig ton during the week 00 busi terday of preumonia The burial will take place today ness t S. Lniford en sick list ihis week. M rs T. B L is was reported Pujaski couotv went dry b 8 nice majority Saturday and ihe has been chances ate that she will remain Come in and let us show, you that you can always save by trading at THE CASH STORE that way. ?JBJM I -- 7: G?S :hCN5LJ54u2MqCl Cyx mi mmwmSm 1 cZ. tm 9 R3B a rt?$ Outfitters To Father and the Boys. i V Price never made anything Berea College, Berea, Kv. has Kev. and Mrs. Young entertainCIRCUIT COURT. cheap. Its the qmlity ' that ed at dinner on Friday evening, for sale a good two horse bus Since our last issue the followcounts. when their guests were, Mrs. (hotel), accomodating seven to ing cases have been tried: At 3:3o o'clock Sun lay after Cleo Brown, Miss Vitginia Brad- nine passengers, price $125.00. Tip Smith, contempt el court,$3o; Good condition. Address noon at the First Baptist church, ley, Miss Stewart. Bob Bray, carrying concealed H. E. Taylor, the marriage et Miss Charlo ti Mrs. Risse Williams was the weapons $50 and lo days in jail; Berea, Ky. Summers Black, of this city, and charming hostess on Wednesday Sherman Owens $50 and lo days Dr. Charles Y Brown, of Terre atternoon. Her guests were, Mes W. J Sparks has res:gred as jail for carrying pistol; Gilbeit Haute, wis selemnized. Rev. U dames Reiake, Cleo Brown, B.J. trustees el the graded school Robinson, breach of the peace $30; bridge, with nice improvements VI. McGuire.of Bicknell, officiated Bethurum, L- W. Bethurum. W. and E. B. Cox was appointed in Emmett Gentry, concealed weapMrs Roy Briiton left Monda using the simple but beautiful J. Sparks, Muses Sparks. for Bund where Roy h?s a position for $3000. nis puce to nil out the unex ons $5o and 10 days in jail; Az a ring ceremony. pired terra with B ud Foley Lumber Co. On account of Mr. Cummins fined for selling liquor Miss Pan Spirks gave an At Prosecutor Flippin and County The bride, dressed in a lovely Home Saturday afternoon, her Spark's business, it is necessary granted new trial, Cregory Simon Jones of Ivevel Green ex- Atty. Gentry are certainly goin creation of white crepe meteor guests were that he travel on a pass and Thompson selling whiskey fined 10 leave within next day or after the bootleggers pects in great the following: law he can $50 and lo days in jail and in two for Perry county to lay brick shape. There have been more and georgette crepj, entered the Mesdames Reinke, Cossie Sutton, under the Anti-pas- s church, accompanied by her sis- Will McBee, B. not hold the office of school ttus-te- another case fined $50 and 10 days U G. Baker was confined to conviction for bootlegging in this J. Bethurum, R. ter, Miss Martha Black, of Bed- H. Miller, Sadye Richards and accept free transportation. in jail for having whiskey in pos s room part of the week with county in the last twelve months h Jett ford, who acted as bridesmaid, to James Meadows, section forman session. D. Vaught charged with and Risse Williams. a severe ctSc of the old fashioned than in any two years before. the strains of Mendelssoh'D wed was 1 member of the 'own board selling intoxicVfcB lkrm of grip A most peasant and interesting of trustees and for the same rea- Maltina, was Clerk W. H. Fish of the local ding march, played by Miss InPz at Me1anjes Sam Tatum and M. Camp of the Modn Woodmen Owens of Indianapolis. The meeting of the Missionary Circle son he had to resigi, Louis CoopM. Phillips et Crab Orchard, were of Amer'ca rec"d yesterday a groom and his best man. Ward N. was held at Mrs. Young's Wed er, being named in bis place Who guests of Mrs. R.A. Sparks Wed- check made payable to Mrs Black of Greenup, 111 , met bride nesday afternoon with full attend ever herrd of any thing as redicu-lou- s nesday. Rachel J. Rash for $loco in pay- and her attendant at the alter, ance members from which the and we do not believe anv Hend.ickson ment of the pol cy carried with wbih was banked with fems following were selected as officers thing has or ever will Master Robert be done who hid his leg broken by railing the Woodmen by her husband and other potted plants, where in for tne coming yeai : equal of it. But there is just the in a cistern some time ago is un Perry M Rash who died Dec. 20tb, a few well chosen words by the Pres. Miss Amy Proctor about as much good seiwe in this kidney nd proving rapidly. Vice Pres Miss Bonnie Niceley as there is in a big majority of THE Texas Wonder cures gravel, cures L9I6. minister, tbe young couple were troubles, dissolves diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumaSec Miss Dessie Niceley. united in marriage. Mr. and Mrs. tiome Adtms will the laws that have been passed tism and all irreei.larities of the kidneys and Did vou ever stop to figure bhtddt-- r in lnth men and women. If not sold Treas. Miss Onie Silvers. Prior to the wedding ceremony, leave about the middle tf the h )w many people you come in for several sessions past. !y your druinrist. will be sent by mail on re-Hjit of SI. One small bottle is two months' After which delightful refresh month ter Mt. O.ive, III., to be contact with each year, who can a program of brilal airs was played treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure, MINERS WANTED. bend for testimonials from this and other by Miss Owens and Miss Zoe ments were served, the meeting gone until April 1st. States. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2928 Olive Street ell you how to run your own Adv. Three new mines are being Su Louis. Mo. Sold by Beasley in her very charraiug adjourned to meet with Miss Mr. and The lo year old son of better than ou are opened on the Kentucky & Tenn Martha Sparks on Jan. 24th and Mrs. Will Hansel who h.s it yourself. It is always manner, sang, " "Because"' and essee Railway at Stearns, Ky. Graded School been suffering from pneumonia some blatherskite, who knows "My Onlv Gift The production and consump The bride carried a beautiful tion of coal in the Uuited States Places for two hundred men at for two weeks, is improving. nothing about what he is attempt The addition of a new member once. For further information W. H. Fish is in Frankfort today ing to sav, aid always ar f r m shower boquet of white bride's during the past ear exceeded all to cur faculty has made it possiaddress. representing Judge Ballard at a perfection in his own line. The roses and her only ornament was records. There was au increase Gen. Mgr , ble for us to make room for any J. E. Butler, a diamond lavelliere, a gift from good roads meeting. The Judge moral is: Become more proficient of 15 per cent, in the production county student desirous et coming Stearns, Ky. had business which prevented his in your own affairs and let the the groom. Her bridesmaid, wore of bituminous coal but the pro to Mt Vernon Board can be had h duction of Pennsylvania anthragoing other fellows busiress alone. a beautiful gown of pink at a reaonaDle rate. Those exSOON OVER HIS UOLD. trimmings of cream lace. cite 600, Ooe tons less than in 1915. Mrs Tom O'Mara and two Everyone speaks wdl of Cham pecting to come please get in by There will be a meeting of the She carried a boquet of pink In all lines of business the con little sons. Tames Lovell and Tom January 22nd, as new classes will interested at bridesmaid roses. farmers, and sumption of coal showed a mark- berlain's Cuuh Remedy after be organized to meet the demand Jr, ate with Mrs O'MaraV par- Union schoolothers house, Saturday Immediately after the ceremony ed increase. The railroads used having used it. Mrs. George ents, Dr and Mrs. A G Lcvell Why go out of the county to Jan 2 at 1:30 p m. to hear ex- a reception was held at the home in 1916 i7,5oo,o00 tons more coal Lewis, Pittsfield. N. Y. has this to for a few weeks visit. school when we cam give you the plained Tne Federal Farm Loan of the bride's 'parents, Mr. and than in 1915. General manufac- say regarding it: "Last winter my Jim Rickels has a good job in System. Mr. A. B Sams and Mrs. James Black, Sr., in five years old, was sick course you get elsewhere. Wtst turing industries consumed little bov, As this is the end of the first where he will work others will be present ana" expuin. Beech Cincinnati, stieet, where more than 2l,oOo,CoO tons more than they with a cold for two or three tet m, we will not publish tbe honduring the winter months. Mrs. The system of the Federal Loan one hundred guests were enter- did in i915. The coal mines weeks. I doctored him and used or roil for Decen'ber. children who went Banks, is very much the same as Rickels and but tained, the hours being fiom 4:30 used 5oO,OUo tons for steam and various cogh medicines On February 22nd. there will be with him have returned and will that proposed by the Kentucky until nothing did him much good until six o'clock. The reception the export showed an increase el a Declamatory Contest for the in Mt. Vernon. stav I began using Chamberlain's Rural Credit Association, which rooms were decorated with smi 7,or0 o. o tons. McFerron was up from was explained to many of the lax and potted plants and refresh CoughJess Remedy He then im High School boys. Quite an is already shown. Breezy Hill yesterday Says be farmers of the county, but in raents of pink and white brick ice In the local option elec ion in proved .apidly and in a few days Mr. Lunslord, who has been oat has a comfortable home on tbe other respects is quite different cream and cake were served Pulaski county Saturday the drys was over his cold.'' looking up new students, reports hill and will recieve bids from Uncle Sam is behind the Federal At the reception several instru won by the overwhelming m jon-tof 2,500 votes. If a vote is any young single lady who cares Loan Banks and a bunch pi mental and vocal selections were se that he has found several. BU We are grateful to the Signal State-widprohibition to correspond. thieves had charge of the Ken rendered. Mrs. L. A. Stranahan taken on Chas. Lovell bought of B. G. foi the notice that was given to tucky Rural Credit Association. sang two pretty songs, AG Mc at this time it wi.l carry' by an Mul ins 3 calves for $41, two from the High School Reception in LOCAL mijjri-The S. Guire, sang. "A Perfect Day," overwhelming Price for $18 and one from its last issue. It was a very notable fact that and Mrs. R. Black All kind of shoes at reasonable I. of Bedford, Times and Courier Journal are Rev. Barnes ter $12.50. Chas. Re gular at tendance means inter-- 1 on Jast Saturday and Saturday sang, "At Dawn." Tbe( Indiana) trying to force an election, think Lovell sold to Walter Southard, prices. night, there was not a drunk est; interest means progress; pro ing the proposition will not carry Daily Times. Sutton & McBee. section foreman a cow and calf for gress means success. man to be seen in the town. The Blacks were foimer citi at this time but will carey $60. Mrs. Effie Ballard who has Our phone nunbr is 36 when Whether Maltina had the intoxiInter. It matters not the time, INACTIVITY CAOSES been visiting ner sister, Mrs.B.G. you need groceries call us, We cating effect or net, there ,is zens of tbe Scaffold Cane section whether soon or late, whenever Mullins has returned home. Mr. of this county. CONSTIPATION. deliver. T. J. Pennington certainly some cause for not hav the ote on State-widis taken, and Mrs. Chas. Cox visited Mr. Lack of exercise in the winter Fred Mulluft and Edd Owens ing the usual drunks on hand, The suit of Mrs. Maggie Mul-lin- then Kentucky goes in the dry and Mrs. Green Cox on Skeggs is a frequent cause of constipation et Mullins Station have been at- - which we have not failed to have Journa .Sunday A fine little son arrived You feel heavy, dull and listless, Admrx., Against the L & N. column. The Courier tending court this week. on Saturday for a good many R. R. Co., and the Times had just as well asking for $20,000 damyour complexion is sallow and Notice: -- There will be, a meeting months. By ordinance of the ages; is before the court. Mrs. get in the band wagon for there at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rob energy at low ebb. of tbe Stockholders of tbe Mt. town board the Malt Joints all Mullins' husband, who was signal is where they will have to be Frederick last Thursday. Mr. pimply, and Clean up this condition at once and Mrs. Howard Baker have Vernon Fair Assn. at the Court went out January 1st. Since maintainer of the K. C. branch, before many years, or stay out moved to Burr. We welcome; with Dr. King s New Life Pill's, House in Mt. Vernon, Ky. next Uncle Sam has been around and was killed by No. 32, the Cincin- in tbe cold by themselves and the them in our midst. a mild laxative that relieves the Thursday January 18th, 18 17 at lequired all Malt dealers to take nati fast train, about a year ago. latter tbey do not w"ant. congested intestines without grip- IP M Every stockholder is re out l'cense, theie are very few in Misses Anna Laura and Martha iner A dose oetore retiring will the business in the county now, quested to be present. Rickels aim orotners, vyue ana Menr , O? m.wtm fii -- a and if tbe law is enforced, there C D Sutton, Pres. MR FLETCriEr Lester have returned after spend- - ent in the m0rning. 25c. at FOR FLETCHER'S will be none in a short time. -r- -- . J. L Coopbb, Sec yy -- -v IA , -your Druggi3t. 1 v ing the holidays in Stanford. 1 It is not any prophesy but a Mr James Purcell was reported y last cold bloodrd fact to be seen by s ck late very seriou.-lany one with a lick of sense, night J C P Myers, age about 90 that the next Governor of Ken years, is v ry sick and his reov-i- s tuoky will he a State Wider. very doubtful Henry Catron of the Cedar Mrs Lucian Price of Indiana Creek section of Lincoln count? spent Sunday and Monday with b ught the King place of 18 acres o Booneway, near Cedar Creek Mr and Mrs T J Niceley. - e 1 drug-srist.- bu-.ini- do-tn- Notes charm-euse,wit- 1 in-ter- - y RR e e s, ' Children Children Cry t CASTOR o wri f-- -4 1 MOUNT VERNON T SIGNAL in inie rat hole. Why can't Legar get back here where he belongs and do his ' own' stickup work?" "I tell you the doc's up to the Golden house makin' his haul when the coast's clear! And if you wake that king there you'll have to cut out the e and keep busy chokin' off his red-ey- at this door when a heard a voice, ar d at first he thought it was a human voice, crying shrilly through the gloom. holler!" AUTHOR OF -- THE OCCASIONAL OFFENDER." -THE WIRE TAPPERS," --GUN RUNNERS," ETC FROM THE PATHE PHOTO PLAY OF THE SAME NAME conrxcMT, ma t atmp wmincta SYNOPSIS. the library. And on the polished parquet floor at the bottom of that portiere On Windward island Palidori Intrigues the toe of a man's shoe had been Mrs. Golden into an appearance of evil plainly visible. Yet Golden's secrewhich causes Golden to capture and torture the Italian by branding his lace and tary had waited until the girl had crushing his hand. Palidori opens the closed and locked the vault door. Then dyke gates and floods the island and in he had leaped for the figure behind the general rush to escape the flood daughter Golden's year's later in New York a the drapery. Twelve But that intruder behind the drapery One calling himself "the Hammer girl had apparently not been altogether d of God" rescue an from the cadet Casavanti, to whom Jules unconscious of the danger confronting Legar has delivered her, and takes her to millionaire, him. He had at the same moment the home of Enoch Golden,Legar. Legar whenoe she is recaptured by nimbly through the quickand Stein are discovered by Manley, Golden's secretary, setting fire to Golden's ly opened door, throwing an approachbuildings, but escape. Margory's mother fruitlessly implores Enoch Golden to ing and suddenly hysterical housemaid find their daughter. 4The Masked One aside as he had swept past her. The' again takes Margory away from Legar. Legar loots the Third National bank, but redoubtable Wilson, who had also atagain the Laughing Mask frustrates his tempted to block his exit, had even plans. more promptly gone down, knocked flat by one fierce blow. It had been FIFTH EPISODE then, and then only, that Manley discovered the identity of the intruder. ITHE INTERVENTION OF TITO He had caught sight of the scarred face, which even an ample beard failed David Manley was not altogether to screen. He had seen the right proud of his day's work. As be sat arm of wood which ended in its sintied and bound on the rough brick ister iron hook, and all doubt as to his floor beneath the Owl's Nest that once enemy had vanished. flippant-mindeyoung man even acBat this discovery had in no way knowledged that things looked rather interfered with Mauley's pursuit of bad for him. He had been made a that audacious intruder. prisoner. The iron claw of Legar had It had not been a pretty fight, that contest between the reached suddenly out and closed about NOVELIZED kid-Bald Mar-8or- y. eighteen-year-ol- side-steppe- d d hand-to-han- d slim-bodie- d But David Manley did not altogether give up. As he lay there, sore in body, but even more battered in mind, be till spasmodically struggled with the cords that held him hand and foot The solitude of that unsavory den did not add to his comfort. The mere tact that Legar could see fit to leave a prisoner thus unguarded impressed d the prisoner with the fact that his enemy was only too well assured of his power. And the more Manley thought of Legar and his methods the more that sinister figure seems to bewilder him. He knew that Legar was the unrelenting and eternal enemy of Enoch Golden, just as be had been the enemy of Golden's daughter one-arme- nim. Mar-gor- y .H 8 The thought of Margory directed Mauley's mind back to the earlier events of that strange day. He recalled girl his long talk with that quiet-eyeshadows of the in the, quiet-toneGolden library. It had been the first talk between them into which the per- ' riH Mered. He had en- for he had felt, as it the girl had begun to d d luV ft MT Mend. ed tow quietness of the Golden But T home had proved to be nothing more than a lull which precedes the sudden storm. For, five minutes after he had left the smiling girl, the Golden butler, with terror in his eyes, had come running to him saying there was a stranger in the house, a stranger who had been seen lurking about the balls and had promptly disappeared at the sight of one of the servants. So Manley, forgetting everything else, had promptly joined in the search for that mysterious intruder. And his first thought, after doing so, had been for Margory Golden. Hurrying to the library to make sure Of her safety, he had found her seated at her father's desk, quietly talking ever the telephone. And there had been little in that scene not suggestive f ler friend, that he want- - tranquillity. For blinking placidly down from its perch beside her had stood Tito, Margory Golden's newly acquired parrot, for which Manley himself had small love. This feeling was based, not so much on the malevolent d air of wisdom surrounding that phrases, as on filcher of human the somewhat disturbing trick, taught It by some earlier master, of seeking Out gas jets and turning them on the moment It was freed from its chain. Yet as It had stood close beside the Ctrl so busily talking over the telephone It had seemed as companionably Innocent as a canary. And it bad turned to blink sagely at Manley as the girl, apparently unconscious of his presence, had crossed to the mahogany-face- d vault set in the library wall and proceeded to open its ponderous door. This had startled Manley not a little, ter the combination of that vault was a secret jealously guarded by Golden, a secret unknown to Manley himself. it was not until she stood with the massive door swung open that Manley had confronted her. But she showed no embarrassment at his sudden interruption. "My father has just phoned from Philadelphia." she explained. "There are certain papers he must have for his conference with the Regent Trust company tomorrow." "But when did you find out how to open that door?" had been Manley's green-bodie- exyouth and the ploiter of evil, but it hd been a desperate one. As Manley, pressing stubbornly on, had struggled to close in on his opponent, Legar had discreetly and nimbly backed away until he found the double house door itself barring his farther retreat. Thereupon he had promptly shattered the plate-glasbacking the iron grill work on the hinges, and had actually swung one of these doors open before Manley could gather himself together and spring bodily on his escaping enemy. They had gone down the broad steps together, locked arm in arm, fighting and clawing as ferociously as midnight cats in a tenement court. And Man-lewith one hand on Legar's leathery throat, would surely have won, had not a closed car glided up to the curb along which they were writhing and panting and rolling. From that car a yellow-faceItalian known as Scoop had taken a prompt and active part in He had withheld the encounter. finalities, however, until Manley was uppermost. Then, with a quickly drawn "billy" he had blackjacked that youth into utter indifference as to Legar andmysteriously waiting limousine and all the rest cf the world. Before Manley's senses had come back to him he and the parrot had been tossed bodily into the closed car, and, three minutes before the arrival of the police for girl in the whom the white-facelibrary had so frantically telephoned. that mysterious limousine had speeded off into the night, carrying not only Legar but the youth who had been so presumptious as to attempt to interfere with Legar's exploits. But Manley did not altogether give up. His heart still had the resilience He still believed in his of youth. star. What fretted Manley most, however, was his lack of freedom. Rolling a little over on his side, he studied minutely the rough brick floor on which he lay. After this inspection he wormed bis way carefully from side to side, lying face down and trying each row of exposed bricks with bis shoe toe, in the hope of finding one of them scar-face- d s y, Manley could hear their shuffling feet ag they recrossed the rough flooring and then the scrape and rasp of the rusty lock as they once more turned the key in the door. But the moment they were gone he was once more busy with the cotton rope about his wrists, for what he had overheard increased his passion for liberty. When a man, however, is still youthfully blind enough to believe in his start, to nurse the delusion that some special genius has singled him out and watches over him, he is not easily discouraged. Yet discouragement came, and came in a form most unexpected, even before Manley's hands were free. It came, in fact, in the form of a parrot creeping stealthily through the rusty cross-bargrilling the transom above the locked door. He watched the bird slip into the room, climb along the rusty iron gas jet, deliberately turn it on. Manley knew what this meant, and it spurred him to even more frantic efforts to saw through the cords, still holding him a prisoner, for already the fumes of the escaping gas were reaching his nostrils. When one strand of it had parted, and he had uncoiled the rest of it from his ankles, his head was swimming and his legs were unable to support him. So he crossed the room on his hands and knees, caught at the rusty gas pipe for support and painfully drew himself upright. His trembling hand went out, found the gas jet, and turned it off. And the next moment he fell face down on the rough floor, and lay there in a gray daze of weakgreen-bodied s ''Let me out!" was the frantic cry close above him. "Let me out!" Groping and pawing along the wall, his hand came in contact with the rung of a narrow iron ladder. He caught at this ladder and drew himself up, for he now stood shoulder high in the flood. On the topmost rung, as he mounted, he found a snaking and feathered body clinging stubbornly to the rusting "iron, beating with its beak on the hollow sounding boards above his head. In a flash Manley himself was shouldering up against thelfe boards. There was the sound of a rending staple, and. in another moment he was swarming up through the ruptured trap door, catching at the parrot as he ever-mountin- k 1 aP SBkWKH g went. The Figures of Fate. Margpry Golden, alone in her fa- Skis- BBsSwrvjFr 48? 5 f3KSt!s?fc "fy-ffisT-- J ness. How long he lay there he could not tell. But he was aroused by the sound of thick voices from the outer chamber, punctuated by the shrill cries of an angry and scolding woman. He pulled himself together and posssessed himself of the brick bat, as a weapon. He waited, scarcely breathing, as the door was flung open. So quick, however, was the entrance of the first intruder that Manley could not lift his missile before the darkness had swallowed up that shifting shadow. But standing in the lighted doorway was a second man, crouched low and leaning forward with blinking eyes, a navy revolver in his hand. Man-leeying that evil face as a sharpshooter eyes his target, let fly with his blue-barrele- d y, ther's library stared apprehensively about that massively furnished room as though dreading that some new terror might leap out at her from its shadowy corners. She was unnerved not only by the disquieting disappearance of David Manley but also by the thought that she was still so surrounded by the tides' of evil. As she sat there, deep in thought, she was depressed by the sudden suspicion that some one of the many servants in that house was a traitor to his master. Yet as she checked them over, one by one, she found nothing on which to ground this ghostly suspicion. She remembered that she had once been suspicious even or Man-lehimself, of this serious-mindefriend who hid his true feelings beirrelev-ancies- . hind a mask of And there were things in which she herself had not been altogether candid with him. There was, for instance the matter of Tito, the Amazon parrot She had not confided to Manley the fact that in that bird, stumbled across in a fancier s shop, she had found an old friend, a friend dating back to her unhappy days in the Owl's Nest. And she sighed aloud as she gathered up the papers on the rosewood desk and turned to the vault to which she had forgotten to restore them. "Twenty-one- , sixthirty, forty-two- , ty," she repeated, recalling her father's instructions over the wire. "Forward and back and forward and back again, for it's a four movement dial, whatever that may mean!" The vault door opened, obedient to the combination, and seeking out the inner compartment marked "J" she y d light-hearte- d 8kw s Legar and His Confederates, i. d - 19 KfeiA'iBpvA zxjsk HEt--i I&bA isS Jsw If I v- " flJP : ten years through that sand, looking for his precious treasure! Now it's my chance, and I want that paper. And unless you want your secretary to come home a rather unpleasant thing to look at, you're going to have that map in my hands in half an hour. So tell me quick, what your answer is. Do I get it?" For one moment the girl sat silent, breathing quick through parted lips. "Yes," 111 bring it," she at last said over the wire. Then she sat motionless, with her hands gripping the desk edge for several minutes. When she moved It was with the quiokness of a sudden and clear-cu- t decision. "Give me police headquarters," she called out as she caught up the receiver. The next minute she was explaining to the desk official at Center street the news of Legar's latest threat and the need of forestalling it. Then, after another interval of studious thought, she crossed to the vault and began a hurried search for the document which Legar had descrioed as being stored away there. She found it at last, in a package of faded deeds and papers to do with Windward island, and while one glance at it persuaded her that it was indeed a chart of the island, the fact t of that it represented only this island tended to convince her that Legar had spoken the truth. But she had no time to deliberate over that discovery, for her next move, she felt, should be to call the servants and warn them against any midnight intrusions. She crossed to the rosewood desk to carry out this plan, and her finger was even extended to press the bell button when a sudden soft movement at her shoulder caused her to one-haldeep-scarre- d gering into the maw of the open vault, and with a throaty and beastlrke cry of triumph swung the great steel door shut, even as the Wilson ran gaping in through the library door. Yet Legar took time to throw back the tumbler lever and spin the dial before turning to confront that wide-eye- d Then, hearing servant. other approaching steps, he dove through the second door, scurried like a pelted, hound through shadowy rooms, slipped through a partly-dressed eel-lik- e a hand and garroted the startled Legar against the leather upholstery, on which he began to writhe like a caterpillar on a cabinet pin. But with an equally deft second movement the man in the yellow mask snatched the oblong manilla paper from his opponent s hand. "This," blandly announced the man of mystery as his garroting fingers relaxed and he stepped down to the running board, "is one of the rare moments when I have tbe pleascre of trumping your ace!" And the all but apoplectic Legar lay back gasping for breath as that stranger dropped lightly from the speeding car and vanished shadowlike into the night. quickly opened window and escaped to the street. There he ran for a car standing in the deep tree shadows, and with a gasp of relief flung himself up into the cushioned seat As he did so a masked figure sitting crouched close back in the hooded gloom of that seat suddenly threw out dark-boaiei. green-feathere- d ' i&mk x&km Em' - d Sat Tied and Bound :n the Owl's Nest. poised brick, and let fly with all his force. The stooping man went down like a clouted rabbit, without a sound. But even as he fell the first intruder, at the far end of the room, struck a match. And at that second figure Manley let drive with the only missile at hand. The heavy glass lamp, hurled true, loose. He had elaborately tested eleven rows before he found any reason for hope in this direction. A chill of excitement ran through his tired body, in fact, as he discovered one brick which seemed less securely embedded in cement than were its fellows. He worked at it patiently, laboriously, kicking away small particles of plaster, thumping it with his boot heel, prying at it with his sole until it rocked free in ltf row. Then came the even sterner task of shifting it from its place. This he did by turning about and lying close to it, on his side, be that the fingers of bis tightly imprisoned hand might come in contact with its edges. Time after time it fell back, but in the end he triumphed. Yet it was not this unearthed brick which interested him. His attention was directed towards the rough-edged restored the papers to their place. Her hand was still on the open vault door when the shrill call of the telephone bell sounded through the quiet room. She crossed to the desk and took up the receiver. g Inquiry. "Two minutes ago, over the telephone," had been the girl's reply. "Then the sooner that door is shut and locked again the better," he had warned her. "Why?" she had asked, for the first time conscious of his excitement. "Because there's an unknown man hiding somewhere in this house, and heaven only knows what he's after, room. In times like these!" "Let the poor boob sleep," warned Even as he had spoken Manley had the larger man, in a husky whisper. detected an unnatural fullness about "He's goin' to cash in before mornln'!" the portiere draping the side door to "But I'm sick o' markin' time dews parallelogram where that brick had originally rested, for the corners of this opening, he soon realized, provided him with a saw edge which in time might serve to abrade and cut through the stoutest of cotton rope. But the consolation of this hope did not stay with him long. For even as he started to work, his movements were interrupted by the sound of a key in the heavy iron lock on the door that shut him in. He rolled over quickly, twisting about so that his apparently inert body covered both the loosened brick and the spot from which it had been taken. He continued to lie there as though in a sleep of exhaustion, for his veiled eyes had already caught sight of the two ruffians advancing into the heavy-feature- d "Do you know who is speaking?" demanded a voice which sent a thrill of apprehension through her forward-stoopinbody. And the question was sent man and match against the case side in a shower of oil and broken repeated as she sat silent, staring beglass. But Manley did not wait to wit- fore her. "Yes," she finally answered, trying ness the result of that second assault. He leaped for the door, caught up the to steady her voice. "It's Legar." revolver from the hand The wire brought his answering of the stunned man on the threshold, laugh close into her ear. "You know the voice, I see. And I and drove for the heavier door at the end of the outer chamber. think you know the man. So listen to But this door he found to be locked. what I have to say. I've got your He was on the point of starting back friend Manley, and hell stay where in search of a timber heavy enough to I've got him. And unless you want batter down that barrier when all him turned out of here wi about movement was arrested by an uproar half of that pretty face of his burned of sound that fairly drove the breath to a crisp, you'll do what I tell you from his body. For the shower of oil to do. Do you understand? Ill scar that fell about the lighted match at him worse than I was scarred, if you the vaulted end of the side chamber try any tricks with me in this!" had sunk into the litter of rubbish "In in what?" demanded the white-facegirl. beside the powder cases, had burst inf to flames and had crept closer about hour I want you "In exactly those wooden cases until the licking to walk past the Soldiers' monument tongues of heat had reached the explo- ami hand me a paper. That paper is sive. somewhere in your father's vault. It Yet even as Manley stood there, is one half of a code list and chart, fighting (for breath, a second surprise on a square of yellow manilla. Do you both confronted and engulfed him. understand?" Following close on that telltale roar "But how am J to know this paper?" of sound came an even more bewilder- asked the terrified girl, fencing for ing rush of water, tearing through the time. d "It's a chart, a map, one half of the cellar like a thousand For old hounds let loose. And he knew then map of Windward island. that the explosion had broken down Golden wasn't such a fool as he the walls between him and the East seemed" and again the venomous laugh sounded low over the wire. "If river at high tide. He leaped in the direction of the your father had got hold of my half of door, in the hope of getting it closed. that map a little earlier in the game He was still struggling frantically he wouldn't have needed to dig for blue-barrele- d d one-hal- low-roofe- At the home of Enoch Golden, in the meantime, the terrified Wilson had regained both his feet, his presence of mind and a presentable portion of hs dignity. His frantic shouts for help swing sh&rply about. had brought the rest of the servants Confronting hsr, with a slightly tri- flocking to the library, and his equally umphant smile on his frantic efforts to describe what had face, stood Legar himself. taken place did not add to the peace "I am intruding, I know," he began of that litle group from below stairs. in his suavely acidul?teu" tones, "but "I tell you, Tibbins, Miss Margory's there was a possibility, you see, of locked in that vault, and there's no your friends in uniform irterrupting one in the 'ouse as knows 'ow .o open our meeting beside the Soldiers' mon- it!" ument!" Cries of horror burst from that sudThe girl's fingers, ai she edged denly arrested circle. away along the desk, closed determin"Someone telephone for the police!" edly on the scrap of nianil'a paper cried the second man, as Wilson still held in her hand. The vault door, shouldered out througlr the group she saw. was also still open. But that swarming and gesticulating about the was not the thought troubling her. vault door. "Yes, the police!" The vague fear at the back of her He had the instrument in hi3 shakmind was whether or not she was too ing hand when the door opened and late to save Dave Manley from the David Manley stepped quickly in, with danger threatening him. And she Tito, the parrot, on his edged still farther away. arm. Her movement was arrested by tha "What's wrong here?" was tb newringing of the telephone bell close be- comer's sharp demand. side her. "It's Miss Margory, sir, began tte "Answer that phone!" he suddenly quavering-voicebutler. commanded. "Well, what about Miss Margory?" The next moment a great load "She's locked in that vault, sir, and seemed to lift suddenly from her no cne in the 'ouse knows the heart, and a renewed wave of audacity swept through her body, for the voice "Good God!" cried Manley, sudden that spoke to her over the wire was ly transfixed. Then he ran to the the triumphant voice of Manley him- vault door, flinging the others aside. self. Manley declaring that he was Flinging off his coat, he bent over free and that he would hurry back as the dial. The silent group circled fast as wheels could carry him. about him. And still he worked, "Who spoke then?" cried Legar, his worked with every nerve on edge, face clouded by a move which appar- every sense alert, for time, he knew, ently was an unexpected one from his was precious. standpoint But the wine of hope now "I said silence there!" he callft singing through the girl's veins made out sharply, for his whole mind was her more crafty, more ready to face directed to the faint click of metai Legar with his own weapons. Instead against metal in front of him. But of answering him her hand moved out louder tban before the to the bel Dutton t0T witn tne rinS-in- bird on its broken perch repeated its of that bell, she felt, would surely cry. "Twenty-pncome help. And once the slip of mathirty forty-twnilla was back in the vault, and the sixty!" was the shrill and monotonous door locked, she now had little to fear cry of the parrot, with one eye cocked from Legar. So when she fell back, ceilingward. Manley suddenly wheeled about. as he sprang forward to strike her "What in God's name does that par hand from the bell, she saw that her retreat lay in the- direction of the rot mean? . . . Walt! It is . it must be" But Instead of finis- ins vault door. Her pursuer, however, was in no that declaration he repeated th thirty, forty He seemed bird's cry- 'Twenty-one- , mood for equivocation. suddenly to foresee her intention. For two, sixty." In the next breath he was facing th without warning he leaped towards her, as an animal leaps for its prey. vault door, with his trembling fingers And with one sweep of his maimed turning and spinning the glimmerin arm the iron hook at its end was dial. Then, without breathing, and with snared deep in the folds of her clothcolorless face, his hand grasped tb4 ing. "Give me that map!" he said, in a tumbler fever. And not one of that voice husky with blind and unreason- group moved as he put on that level the pressure that would tell the tale ing rage. It was Celestine the parlor mal4j Margory Golden, however, had no of giving him the map in who indorsed her Latin temperament intention She fought against him, by falling back in a dead faint as th question. with all the strength at her command, metal door swung open. But no one knowing that any moment now would at that moment, was thinking of Celestine. bring the needed help. "It's all right," Manley called fro But Legar, with his hand on her throat, hurled her back against the the darkness of the inner vault "Bb heavy vault door, shook her as a ter- alive she'll be around in a aaiaae-rier shakes a rat, snatched the yellow only somebody get some wate'i" (T Be Continued.) j sheet from her fingers, flung her stag green-bodied i d combi-ration- !" green-bodie- d r g e o - ... - - -- MOUNT VERNON SIGNAL 10 CENT "CASCARETS" FOR LIVER AND BOWELS Cure Sick Headache. Constipation Biliousness, Sour Stomach, Bad Breath Candy Cathartic. No odds how bad your liver, stomach or bowels; how much your head aches, how miserable you are from constipation, indigestion, biliousness and sluggish bowels you always get relief with Cascarets. They immediately cleanse and regulate the stom-acremove the sour, fermenting food and foul gases ; take the excess bile from the liver and carry off the con- stipated waste matter and poison from the intestines and bowels. 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Very trulv ours, LEOPOLD KUSMCK, 3410 Laatoi Ave., A. H. BENNETT. Druggist Mason, Ohio. Cinch, aati, O. 8ept. 19, 1916. Apni 28tb, 1916. ? . e . Prove What It tellinc about the kidneys and and Regular fifty-ceone-doll- Swamp-Ro- ot Will Do For You Send ten cent to Dr. Kilmer Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample size bottle. wi.l convince anyone. You l ill also receive a booklet of valuable information, bladir. size When writing, be sure and mention this paper bottles for sale at all drug stores. His Reason. England Conserves War Timber. English crown woods, which co.i 12.".('M mm aud contain timber s..rth $1.".(XW.000. are being extensively but .carefully exploited to furnish war timber for the front. Tlit- "He's been known as 'Jason B. Jenkins' ever since he came to this city ten years ago, but now it appears that isn't his name at all.'' "Indeed? What did he take that name for?" "Why. it seems the very day h reached town he found a fine new umbrella in the train with that name on torpid liver condition prevrrts proper Tone up your liver with Pills. Tlie ait srently and surely Adv. food assimilation. A Wrights Indian Vegetable yard. Lot 1 received a ration of shelled I corn, ground corn, eight parts, and Interesting Experiment ConBuct-e- d ' meat scraps, five parts. Lot 2 received a ration of shelled corn, ground corn, by Ohio Station. even parts; bran, thiee parts, and neat scraps, five parts. Lot 3 had shelled corn, one part, and wheat, four Producing Largest Number of parts, with one part of oats, and a Pullets mash composed of ground corn, three Eggs Were Furnished Most Expenparts; bran,. four parts; middlings, four sive Feed Careful Accounts parts, oil meal, one part, and meat Are Important. scraps, two parts. Each lot had access to grit, oyster' shell and charcoal. Lot The number of eggs laid during the 1 produced 1ST.9 eggs, Lot 2, 1S9.8, and feeding of a ration it not always an Lot 3, 201.6 eggs per hen, &4a cost Index to the value of the ration. The of 8.73. 8.54 and 10.96 cents per dozen, g ration should he sought. respectively. The profit from Lot 1 was That is a ration which will give the $2.09: from Lot 2, $2.15, and from Lot most profit on the number of eggs 3, $1.98 for each hen in the respective laid. An experiment conducted by the groups. The ration for Lot 3 not only Ohio station illustrates this point: cost more but was more trouble to preIn the experiment, three lots of 25 pare. If we looked at the number of pullets ejf$. of Single" Comb White eggs only, It might seem that 201.6 Leghorn sSvere used. These pullets eggs were far better than 185.9 or were housed in half of a colony house 189.8, but the profit Is what we are 10 by 12 feet In size, this space being after the most money with the least allotted to each group. The hens were trouble. The farmer needs especially d also confined to the houses from April to look to his profits this year of 1 to June 7. in order to permit the grain. Careful accounts are the grass in the lots to get some growth. only means of determining the cost of When the suow was on the ground, the eggs per dozen, and the hens were confined to the houses. At ration. I best-payin- BEST PAYING RATIONS other time, each lot had access to a It Thousands Tell and Why dally along with backache kidney or bladder troubles? Thousands tell you how to find relief. Hera's s esse to guide you. And it's only on Forty thousand Ameriof thousands. can people are publicly praising Doan's Kidney Pills. Surely it is worth the while of anyone who has a bad back, who feels tired, nervous and who endures distressing urinary disorders, to give Doan's Kidney Pills a trial. run-dow- n. Charles "htr, uaumer. o parK at.. 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Drachal 1 If tongue is coated, Look Mother! In the last five years our national cleanse little bowels with "Caliand state lawmaking bodies have fornia Syrup of Figs." passed 62.550 laws. Mothers can rest easy after giving ACTRESS TELLS SECRET. "California Syrup of Figs," because Id waste, A well known actress gives the follow- a few hours all the clogged-uing recipe for gray hair: To half pint of sour bile and fermenting food gently water add 1 oz. Bay Rum, a small box of Barbo Compound, and 4 or. of glycerine. moves out of the bowels, and you have Any druggist can put this up or you can a well, playful child again. mix It at home at very little coat. Pull Sick children needn't be coaxed to directions for making and use come in each box of Barbo Compound. It will take this harmless "fruit laxative." gradually darken streaked, faded gTay Millions of mothers keep it handy be hair, and make It soft and glossy. It will cause they know Its action on the not color the scalp, is not sticky or stomach, liver and bowels is prompt greasy, and does not rub off. Adv. and sure. botA Stickler for Pa. Ask your druggist for a 'Pa." tle of "California Syrup of Figs," which "Well, my son?" contains directions for babies, children "How can a solid fact leak out?" Adv. of all ages and for grown-upp 50-ce- nt s. pc CASTORIA For Infanta and Children. raaac-aajaii- Bj P ItAm'-- i ;"d t " ACTflDlAI Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria ' - - KCUIVU ;' a. 9hk I PB5"K5fis Shz2sS59 SkSmSSK SsHasBK iaKK&jj&l Ht fl m CJK I ALCOnUL-Jrun"-- J '". -- o ruD rT. tinthe5tonacnSondBot Always Bears the JM I , " 3WWraWfrygMHBcavxfp&.y,,rj3Ki !JM.riTiBisMnnTiTTTrjfjrjissr ,rr": wv.".y v. '. . .easS sJBi & Tf,PrehvPromotin61tioiv MneraLNoTNAHCO CheerfuInessaiMi neither Opium. Morpnuw .r -, rtirlK Kes.w-- Signature of m In Tomato seeds ground and pressed Into loaves constitute a valuable cattle fodder. Intuition is what a woman thinks she has when she makes a real good There are as many types of chicken guess. douses as there are of poultry raisers, and but few of these houses approach Send 10c to Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, man caresto make the Ideal, asserts N. L. Harris, superNo Buffalo, for l.irjre trial package of Anuric love to a girl who makes love to a pug intendent- of the poultry plant, Kansas for kidneys cures backache. Adv. Agricultural college. dog. "The ideal chicken house should be Quite So. empress of Russia is said to be at least 20 feet long and IS feet wide," man is m a grave revery." The "That says Mr. Harris. "The height should "Yes; I noticed he was buried in the finest royal singer In the world. be such as will be convenient to the opthought." erator about nine feet in front and A barge built for harvesting kelp on Russia has 10.000 lepers, taken care the Pacific coast gathers up about 500 lot less than four feet at the baqk. "With a house of these dimensions, of by 21 institutions. tons of seaweed on a trip. there will be no frozen combs, even in severe winter weather. Frozen combs u.suallytvsult from keeping poultry in small houses where good ventilation is a difficult matter. "There is no question that cement Is the best floor for poultry houses, self-respecti- POULTRY HOUSE FINDS FAVOR IN KANSAS. since such a floor is sanitary, vermin proof, and easily cleaned." The manner of lighting and ventl latlng a poultry house Is always important, in the opinion of Mr. Harris. Too much glass in a poultry house raises the temperature in the day and permits rapid radiation at night. The resulting wide variation of day and night temperatures is always Injurious to the health of the fowls. Probably the best means of providing adequate light and ventilation is to have two windows in the south side of the building with a cloth curtain between. During stormy days, while the curtain is closed, the windows will provide sufficient light and the curtains will allow sufficient ventilation without jto&sounesamAn MxSrwta jbdMSdb AhelpfulRemedyto-'(tostinauonaiulDian- Use For Over --nd and Feverishness Sleep fuin?thefcfrcs3nWaf7 -- Loss of ac Simile Si4nflof XHECinrc7imCortttt Thirty Years TSfEWyOgJ Ic" BsIlP Bakers Cocoa permitting drafts. Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTOR vmc oasmws) wurr. w vaa avvvA. DEVELOP OOCYTES FOR EGGS PROPER CARE OF COCKERELS No Hen Lives Long Enough to Produce . More Than Small Pecentage of Undeveloped Eggs. Young Fowls Will Need Plenty, of Right Kind of Food and Shelter for Beat Development. I miiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmTTtn stands all tests of laboratory and home. It is pure, it is an, delicious, it is imiiiiifinprip healthiul. v. pat. at. iii a Automatically every normal hen would appear to be fitted to become a good layer. Certain it Is that no hen lives long enough, or remains in condition long enough, to develop all, or more than a small percentage of the undeveloped eggs on her ovary. In counts made at Maine experiment station from 914 to 3,605 oocytes (undeveloped were eggs) found In the ovaries of some 15 hens examined, and only those visible to the unaided eye were counted. Three hens showed better than 1,000 oocytes each five showed better than 1,500 undeveloped eggs each; five better than 2,000 each ; and one yielded a count of 3,005 undeveloped eggs. In the investigations it was shown that the number of oocytes visible on the ovary bore no definite or constant relation to the actually realized egg production of the specimen. Apparently actual egg production depends upon many things besides he- Walter Baker & Gbltd ESTABLISHED 1760 D0nCME5TER,MAS5 siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiii n Canada's Liberal Offer of Wheat Land to Settlers is open to you m fi: to every farmer or farmer's son who is anxious to establish ter himself a happy home and prosperity. Canada's hearty invitation this year is more attractive than ever. Wheat is much higher but her fertile farm land just as cheap, and in the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta Those who have good cockerels needed for breeding birds in their own flocks will see to it that they are properly cared for. The young cockerels will need plenty of the right kind of feed and the proper shelter and protection so they may develop into good birds. The mistake is sometimes made of not keeping enoujrh cockerels for the number of hens needed on the farm. As a result of this, farm flocks sometimes produce too small a per cent of fertile eggs. This means considerable loss for the Infertile egg unused in incubation is almost if not a complete loss. It is not easy to tell the kind of birds young cockerels will make, at least while they are quite young. It is necessary generally to keep the birds till their type, plumage and general Individuality can be ascertained. The best is none too good and no one should afford to keep poor cockerels. Should none of your flock be reditary characteristics and anatomical suitable, then dispose of all and get differences. It is easy to understand good cockerels to breed up your flock. that influences which affect the Indi- This will be economical in the end. vidual specimen may play a very large part in producing conditions favorable MILK IN FEEDING CHICKENS to maturing the undeveloped eggs ovary and the actual laying of of the same. Potentially, from an anatom- Will Greatly Increase Egg Production Carbohydrates Do Not Offset ical standpoint, almost every hen is Necessity of Protein. or better. a thousand-egge- r It remains for us to develop and obThe use of milk in feeding chickens tain the eggs. Of course, many oocytes never develop and mature. Hens will greatly increase egg production. The hen never lays an egg until which have made a record 0 1,000 eggs in their lifetime are still rare all the Ingredients necessary for the complete development of a chick are birds. Any Direction Would Do. She had ittained some success as an authoress and after her marriage decided to write a novel. Some months later she complained to her husband: "My new novel goes but slowly, dear; but my publisher assures me it would go into the thousands if we'd just get up some sort of a sensation for instance get you to enter divorce proceedings !" The husband meditated thoughtfully a few moments. "Well," he said, 'T can't afford that ; but I'm willing to run away." Autos in Steel Cages. Los Angeles is trying to make joy rides and auto thefts Impossible by supplying steel cages for cars on the street Instead of the chalked-of- f spaces usually provided for parking in the downtown section. The movement is experimental and the cost may be prohibitive, but the cages now in use are rented for a small fee, which it is believed will cover the expense. Auto owners approve of the new scheme, counting the rental an effectual auto insurance rate, and so far there is a long waiting list of applicants for every street cage available. The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head Becaose of Its tonic and lazaUve effect. Laxative Bro mo Qninlne can be taken by an rone wlthonl ceasing nervousness or ringing In the bead. There . W. QBOVIl U only one "Bromo Quinine,'' sicna tare Is on eaca box. ate. v FOR ITCHING, BURNING SKINS Bathe With Cuticura Soap and Apply the Ointment Trial Free. For eczemas, rashes, itchings, irritations, pimples, dandruff, sore hands, and baby humors. Cuticura Soap and Ointment are supremely effective. Besides they tend to prevent these distressing conditions, if used for everyday toilet and nursery preparations. Free sample each by mail with Book. Address postcard, Cuticura, DepL L, Boston. Sold everywhere. Adv. methods of the rapid-firguns now in use have proved Inadequate, and the soldiers seem to think is superior. that Air-cooli- To lessen the shocks a new detachable tandem seat for motorcycles la equipped with both horizontal and vertical springs, and has a back rest. Salt was once used for money In paying the soldiers. It was called "salerium," hence the word salary. e There are at present more than 1,500 Esperanto societies in the world. Tr Veerv's "Seed Shot" la not a le-tense" or "syrup," but a real Sose or medicine wnicn cleans oui nor or Tapeworm wltn a slngls dose. aqt. water-coolin- g copper, quicksilver or Of all colors, red Is the most connickel, tin, zinc, lead spicuous at a distance. are the ten minerals found In every house. can spare no more . London, England, An Instrument has been invented to firemen for the army. check quickly and accurately the alignPhiladelphia preachers have formed ment of automobilewheels to ascera church advertising club. tain If they track correctly. Gold, silver, mercury, iron, and aluminum generally to be present near S2 for wheat and raise 20 to 45 bushels to the acre be is bound to make money that's what you can expect in Western Canada. Wonderful yields also of Oats. Bailor and Flax. Mixed Farming in Western Canada is fully as profitable an industry aa grain raising. The xcellent grasses, f nil of nutrition, are the only food regnlred either for beef or dairy purposes. Good schools, churches, markets convenient, climate exoelleDt. Military service Is not compulsory In Canada but there Is an unusual demand for iarnj labor to replace the uianj yonna men who have, volunteered for the war. Vt r.te for literature and particulars as to reduced railway istes to ijnpt- - of Immigration, Ottawa, Can., or to W. S. NETHFRY. Room 82, In- lerurben Sta. Bid,., Columbus, O Canadian Government A(fenr 160 Awe HssusteWi An Actaalt Free to Settkn til Other Lib. Salt it free $15 to J20 per The great demand for Canadian Wheat will keep up the price. Where a farmer can get lot Since the egg contains protein as well as carbohydrates, any amount of carbohydrates fed in the form of grain Wasteful Practice Where Fowla Are will not offset the necessity of protein. Confined and Not Given Greens, Milk given to the birds, either as a Charcoal and Lime. drink or in the form of wet mash, will greatly increase egg production. Feeding corn to hens of no particular breed shut up In small quarters will not get enough eggs to pay. But pure- DUST BATHS ARE NECESSARY bred stock, bred by a breeder who knows his business, if given a chance, Laying Hens Are Enabled to Rid Them- will make good use of good feed. selves of Vermin and Remove Dirt Chickens need variety. Feed them a and Scales. variety of grains, greens, charcoal, lime, plenty of grit, and If it is necesLaying hens must have tholr dust sary to confine them, feed fresh meat bath if they are to lay the maximum twice a week. number of egs during the winter. It If a houses? keep them plenty warm is a necessary luxury for them. By its use they are enabled xo rid and dry. Do not forget to keep than well sup- themselves of mites and to remove all plied with water. J scales and dirt from the t'dn. FEEDING CORN TO CHICKENS A Great Discovery (BY J. H. WATSON, M. D.) Swollen hands, ankles, feet are due to a dropsical condition, often caused by disordered kidneys. Naturally when the kidneys are deranged the blood is filled with poisonous waste matter, which settles In the feet, ankles and wrists; or e formations. under the eyes in As a remedy for those easily recognized symptoms of inflammation caused by uric acid as scalding urine, backache and frequent urination, as well as sediment in the urine, or if uric acid in the blood has caused rheumatism, lumbago, sciatica, gout, it is simply wonderful how quickly Anuric acts ; the pains and stiffness rapidly disappear. Take a glass of hot water before meals and Anuric to flusn the kidneys. Step into any drug store and ask for Anuric, many times more potent than Uthia and eliminates uric acid aa hot water melts sugar. bag-lik- are lightened when she turns to the right medicine. If her existence is mad gloomy by the chronic weaknesses, delicate derangements, and painful disorders that afflict, her sex, she will find relief and emancipation from her troubles in Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. If she's she overworked, nervous, or finds new life and strength. It's a powerful, invigorating tonic and nervine which was discovered and used by an eminent physician for many years, in all cases of " female complaints" and weaknesses. For young girls just entering womanhood ; for women at the critical "change of life; sensations, periodical in bearing-dow- n pains, ulceration, inflammation, and every kindred ailment, the "Favorite Prescription'' is guaranteed to benefit or cure. ur. rierctt a rtuinui our) wuuusi "run-down- ," Mff A WOMAN'S BURDENS 3 ?3 5 i ' -- MOUNT VBRNOM SIGNAL XSCEZjEXIZXZIEXZZSSIS 9 You Simply Can't Do It Crider wishes to set aside the different rumors that have circulated concerning his auto wreck on Dec. 3rd, near Richmond Kv, in which he and wife were very bidiy injured There were 3 cars along, Sam Mahal' Courses in Graded and and faraiK. Kd Smith and fami,v and A G Oriuer and wife All School Also an Eighth Grade drove to Richmond and after dinReview Class will be organized beginner, borne. Three miles of a very steep ning of Second grade is found;" if tr turning down the grade with his car traveling to 6? or 8 miles an h pr a sudden Graduates curve is tonnd and turning th s curve, Mr Crider found his car close on two lit e b ys, possib y 8 Faculty Accredited High to lo years o'd, whos e attention School was on Mr. Smiths car just in front. Mr. Crider sounded h s Claxon. which seamed to excite For further information either write or very much the little fellows. The chilnren wen' one to one see V side of the rod and one to the D. other side of the road. Then Vernon", Ky. both tried to get on the same side of the road. Mr. Crider turning bis car so su Idenly first to the right then to the left got his car to rocking almost ready ?KrS jfP? ?P!Jr'"-!'!zJp- ' .?T t??!Ljr?Mr-i3ir-i- y to turn over. So that only 2 PREFERS CHAMBERLAIN'S wheels were on the rad at a "In the comse of a conversation time. This caused the steering wheel not otum as it should. with Chamberlain's Medicine Co's The car reaching the bridge went Our line of Oouch Casket mj representative todav, we had ocleft sid- - over halt way casion to discuss in a general way to the is un excel Uf Handmade offins furnishec ? the merits of their diffeient pre across run against the railing and parations. At his suggestion I stopped for a second or two. Hearse seni o all arts otJ take pleasure in expressing mv The rail ng being so high that me ouuiy. estimation of Chain bei Iain's Hem the front wheel droptd down so edy. I hfivea famih of six child- - that thecarcou.d not be turned All orders by Wire Promptly Filled ren and have used this remedy in awa from the edge f the bridge ray home for years. I consider &) the car torned complete tur-i- t , the oulv cough remedy on the ., ,. ... l"P'" a muooui market, as I have tried nearly all l,c "S"l,u ulJ Rock Bottom with both Mr. and 94-M I. VERNON, KY. "Phone inds." Earl C. Ross, Publisher Hamilton County Republican- - Mrs. Crider beneath Had this News, Syracuse, Kan. bridge railing been strong as it should have been there would not have been any injuries. The mud has returned after sev- The tory in a nut shell is "I eral months absence The m dl saved the children and lost mycould not go Thursday or Friday self." H C. Jones and John on account of high water. Th s Brock have gone to market their is the first t'de since hst .'pring. tobacco. Aunt Sophia Lear is There isn't a deaier in this county Some of the farmers are clear vr sick. Uncle FYank Adams the extravaeant who will make ing and gett ng ready for tobacco says he is undecided now about clafm that you can. You wouldn't crop. Tobacco ts so h gh this getting th t new Ford. Uncle bel.eve him it he did That is ruu year, that many will raise tobacco Frank has recieved several pres-th- e an engine without a lubricant. coming ear. O Fmnel sold ents during the holidays. A smile the cherry word - the one load for 20 cents straight. Homer Cbesnut bought Loid these are the outstretched band He has sold abou- JiOoo worth of Wilsons farm last week locakd lubricants that brighten our daily' iooocco and hemp seed within Hickory Grove school house, life and make it possible to live aud the last two months. is A G Crider is now able to at- and be even happy. selling at . per bushel tedd to the stoic and postoffioe Careful conservation of our reSherman Cbasteen and wife are Kd Gonrh nBtmcr . sources and a little wisely put by rejoicing over the arrival of a fine On turd was here this week look-t- o is the business lubricant that kepps lb. girl baby on Jan. 3rd. mother ing about the new Rural Drhverv the wheels of commerce merrily humand baby doing well J. H Wolf. Route, which will take effect Feb ming without friction. Tom Builcnaud others went to 2nd. Ed savs he was greatly Richmond court last Monday and 'surprised at Undine such a fine sold some mules. They report country in the Hiatt section If good prices W. S. Payne has u- - we just had a g.od pike road turned to school at Berea.-G- eo. through our section, we would OUR OFFICERS : Payne is busy tilling and- - crown- Lot change countries with the U. G. BAKER President F. L THOMPoON.Cashier ing teeth. Married on Dec L'Sth, ' Presided. We are still looking J. P. E.DUMMOND. Vice President Mr. Richard See and Miss Rosa for more write ups from FLOYDMILLER, Asst. Cash. other Raoiey Squire-Chaste- n is plan- - sections for the Signal. Come on ing to attend the good road meet- - (Quail) section with that news ing at Bowling Green The New item, and all other localities who Home singing class came over last can furnish a few interesting Sunday . All enjoyed their visit ,hings. Then we kno.v what we verv much No one could find are all doing without asking some OOO fault to their sineingr We hope i.wHoirinoi Ivm. v rn.nA .... w wu ow nUiTIUMui J7 J tney win come again 5. a Cain who has been confined to his HOW TO CHECK room for over a year with heart "1 trouble, is no better. THAT COUGH. When it is painful to breath CATAERH CANNOT BE aud fever sends chills up and CUKED. down yonr back, you are in for a with .local applications, as they The standing el a Bank is deterCinnot reach ihe seat of the dis- cold. A timely dose of Dr. Bell's mined by the law under which it operease. Catairiiis a local disease, Pine Tar Honev will stop the ates, and by the abiiity and character reaily influenced bv constitution sneezes and sniffles. Thft ninp of its management. ai conoiti ns, and in order to cure balsam loosens the phlegm and The conservative methods of this it jou rausi take an internal rem . u bee, the s edy. Hall. Catarrh Cure is Bank, its record of 15 years of suchoney soothes and relieves the en internally and acts thru the cessful banking, and the courteous The throat blood on th antiseptic treatment extended to all, are its best mucous surfaces of sore the systejn. Hall's Catarrh Cure qualities kill the germs aid the recommendations. was prescribed by one of the congested condition is relieved. ,....,... YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, Kao "tai nUneS;n.i in fl.:.. kuuuiiy frrri whooping cough and Hl'J oitiano iu bins for years. It is composed of some bronchia1 affections of the best tonics known, com- - cnronlc of Vernon bineii with some el the best bloodJ qutckly reliev d. At your Drug MT. VERNON, KY. punners. ine perrect omoina gists 25 M tion of the ingredients in Hall's rni Catarrh Cure Is what orodu es t such wonderful reults in catarrhal iipcS&c&yc conditions. Send for testimonials OOO free C. C. P J. Chesney & Co., Props , To T LA W ATTORN MT. VERNON i Rj mm Work GOOD man mm at Thorough High Term. FREE TUITION County g H. LYONS, Mt. -- ' Flim Parreit bought of his one team of brother, Sain for two hundred mules and who i dollars. Neal Parrett working at Lock land, Ohn, was at home first of the week. Kldar J. W. Riddle wiH pieoh at Pine Hill next Sunday at 1 A M and New. Chestnut Eiidge in the after uooti. Mrs. Sam Bryant is very sick. Mrs. Jo n Tread way, who has been visiting relatives in this and Buckeye section has returned to her h me iu Terie Haute. Ind She was accompanied by her Taylor. Till brother, John Thompson et lnd and Jas Thompson et near Maretburg visited W. Thompson their brother, J. of this place from Friday until Monday. Misses Gract and Golden Proctor of the Hiatt section were Jvis ttng Misses Delia aud Anna Proctor of Buckeye and Q Misses Fannie and Virgie Rid lie M of this place last week Sam Albright of the Freedom section was visiting his uncle J.vV.Tboaip son last waek. Elder J. W Riddle preached 'at this place Inst Sunday filling the appointment of (lit Elder A L Owens. 1 COVEH IATT A. G. t iM -- it-mi & "i Efart Contents 15 Fluid DradnJ r - CASTORII For Infants and Children. 4 Tvy- ? 'fl& II K- a a B avi sii Mothers Know That a k . u Genuine Castoria 11 o-i- .56" r at r.nHffl.-- S PER GENT. AVeefabtefrcparatioalwAs i.int.oAithpFoodtTvReS"1" kiilSJ, ttogtteStMdsandBgris a5 m Th.ntw Promoting DiSw Cheerfulness and RestCofitt . Always Bears the Signature X. of Z m e L ".' : neither Opium. Morphine Mineral. Not jlatOUJkSMXLfITatR jUxSrwaa w. n - At In J3 fc:5 jj-- ; w 19 :?i S"' iW l & 1 MWV. k fcoinfnIRernedylbf Lsr j 'l5ftn Atfti- Constipation and -and Feverisnne OF SLEEP LOSS :AMrroni-ini!Ha'- v D11' fT " Am Use For Over FacSimfle Sinattfefl c XhiCevtaotGomp-- UNDERTAKER Thirty Years TVEWVUWJ rtc V6K mssa Exact Copy of Wrapper. CAST0B3A TMC CINTtull COMNT, NC TOW C- i- vyc W. A. COX, joOrOflf n&m xupcftpot yr $$jcm$x$fxM - S GRANVILLE OWENS j UNDERTAKER j DISPUTANTA Brodhead Ky t X - COMPLETE Pilled LINE Tele-phonejkorde- Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Promptly &c&yr& &a&Jt&$x&jc ccbcx snryv g - er orn - 8 p-u- k R.H.MILLER LEADING Mt. Vernon, DRUGGIST Kentucky peoples: BANK j - a 1 8 CALX ON US if you need anything 4 I 8 mats mm ill in the drug line Prescription Work a Specialty Clean, Strong and Safe a B I PHONE 39 i XZIX! wwywyw $PQpc&.-- - DoeaboeftL? .., fpa&x: D ynJyc $paMC&Te$OK&x& xxdoc . tak-clear- ? JONAS McKENZIE THE-OL- RELIABLE '4P0Q3CC&JL - XOOfpK li The Bank Mt. x33r. A pootiDqc .11- iOCJXX I ;jc3p3. C . gooa line etm' General pd$:q&: &X&X& Williams EV-A- u m irici , iidiiuit; -&- ledo, Ohio. All Druggist, 75c. Hall's Family Pills for j Children Cry FLETCHER'S OASTORI A FOR Children Cry FOR CASTORIA FLETOHER'S Children Oty FLETCHER'S C A ST.OR I A FOR i&. Church St. Special atten w tion given collections. u V PNONK 80 jrrio. Mt. Vernon, on uozru.nwiui ank et MT VEKNON.KY. Farm Implements 3c8x88xicx ft $3C$DlCjapC yc&xmxim jmycriO &-XU&JIUJX xtoefcr 1