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B' : VIIBB.W B IB H 1 - Established 1887 I J rfjtll . jia 19 , - VOLUME XXIII. -- MT. VERNON, wl me ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FEUDAY, FEB. if 4, 1910. rwbjMiLiMuiwiii"i NUMBEK d m ? area &5 ii I and Winter Apparel. For Clothihg Shoes, Underwear vMv .Kfl fl ii V ii rir- - CLUiniKG FOR ALL OCCASIONS "Shield Brand" Clothing is 'the product of perfect designing of the very best material obtainable. largo-assortm- "v W .We' carry the WALK OVER line of Sh'oe.s, all sizes and stales, for all classes. Nothing on the .market better than the. 4,Wate Over." Men's,. B.U)s sizes. I of fabrics enables tho wearer to follow any particular ta3te, and tho characteristic feature of stylo minus freakishnesa, gives assuranco of correctness. Our system of prices protects against deception and prico juggling. Only seven grades and seven prices. Every. Buit ot "Shield Bran' Clothing bears two labels. A "'Shield' price card marked "Guaranteed" on tho coat Blecve, and a "Shield ' label (which is a mark of superiority) insido tho collar. Look for tho "Shield." 'Tis a sign of protection. Tho L-adie- s and Misses Rubbers, all i I mi u. . GUARANTEED Tlita b ths label that ta wcd to Intlda of tho coat collar at all tlmca. All senulne "ShUld Brand" eimenls. either man'a, youths' or boy' are o marked. x CLOHIfiS DSfeW&AB up-to-the-mi- nute Every suit of "Shield Brand" Clothing bears two "Shield" labels. These labels represent an ironclad guarantee that you are receiving full measure of value. This method of distinguishing "Shield Brand' mowing irom inienor grades, eliminates possibility of deception or juggling of prices. .There are only seven prices on "Shield Brand" suite within the range of $10 the lowest, $20 tho highest. One of the "Shield" price cards- with 'Jb the word "guaranteed" at the top, is aaacneu to tnexoat sleeve, also a "Shisld" label will be found the collar. These labels dz&A. S-inside -- . r. V carry the "Shield Brand" Clothirig, arid wc have the largest stock of clGtL'rg in tfe cctnty ficnq uhichjo make your selection ..' We w displayed in "Shield Brand" Clothing, from inferior grades. tr .. VI1W UU UV4 a, 1 UMI1LI GUARANTEED .tr i lyvVJ'!.' a-i cvx Pl'l ".i vAv'J!,! 33 e th.'. ta ul to Li iJo c t a ccat V?fwwi-.ig r.,!Lirnr. f.m. ,. ifWlBaUJ1 1 1 jl3 !a tt e IatEl, "Shield Branrf" ffarmenta, either men's, youths' or AH crentitn BOYS' SblT S. W.0U to h 3r- 6.00. r y ; hi V 'ii'tiiJSiEHI Our stock of Winter Underwear is complete and 'prices" low When M injstyle, jcalt.at our- you want something nice and MENS SUITS $6.00 to $20.00. store whereypiirdollaf'will Buy theniibst -- J'"i&& .Mir?' lor aretotnukeO. VfW IN UK IM mi V 1 the welfare of tlie county; thev ROCKCASTLB JUSTICES OF THB want to see the schools made bet- - riiAU V.UUKT V.AI.HiNUAU; ISl ter, the houses more attractive und Magisterial district, 1st Tuesday in me Riuuuua ucauuucu. iucy waui January, May, September and De- to see the towns cleaner, the houses .cembet. and Magisterial district, painted ana me streets paved. 2nd Tuesday in January, May, SepThey wmt to seeparks in each tember. andJJecember. 3rd Me town nicely equipped and the wo isterial district. 3rd Tuesday in . men can assist in bav mgl all these Tannarv. Mftv Scntpmhpr nnH Dp. Thew O SO ID Other rrmhpr hincs done. Jth Vfoaistprlnl HistriVt " "B,1',P,1, towns and counties ?an C3n 4th Tuesday in January, May, Sep uu so iu KUCKcasuc s tember and December. 5th Mag Won't some of tlie der ladies isterial disttict, 1st Wednesday in tart the movenentV ' January, May, September and DeMvktik Bryant cember. L. W. Bethurum.j. r c. c. $100 REWARD. $100 True coppy attest. The readers of this paper will be S. P. Bowman, c. r. c c. pleased to. leiin that, there is at Congressman McLachlan, of Cal least one dreaded disease that sci- nce has been able to cure in all its ifornla, and Kinkrid, of Nebraska, stages, and that is Catarrh. .Hall's wn0 were mentioned by Louis R. Cattarrh Cure is the only positive GIavb in hls testimony in tne AH uro now known to, the medical . raternitv. Catarrh tjung a con- - aska land frauds investigation, it is stitutional dtseast,; reouires a con- - reported, will put Ballinger's treatment. Hall's Ca ' ser Ibrough a gruelling Cure is taken inernally, act- - ination this week in an attempt to tarrh iug uiictuy upon ine oiouu aim clear themselves of the charge of thereby destroying the loundation "nproper conduct of the, disease and giving the pa LIFE ON PANAMA CANAL tient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature has bad one frightful drawback-malari- a trouble-tha- t has brought in doing its work. 'The propriesuffering and death to thousands' tors have so much faith iu its powers that they goffer One The germs cause chills, fever and Hundred Dol.ars for any case that ague, bilousness, jaundice, lassitude it failsjo cure. Send for list of weakness and geneial debility. But estimonjals. Electric Bitters never fail to deAddress F. I Chunky & Co., stroy them and cure malaria troubToledo, Ohio. Sold by1 all drug- - les "Three bottles . completely Take Hall's family cured me of a severe attack of Rtsts 75c. "'f writes Win. A Fretwell, of pills for constipation, Lucama. N. C, ''anc! I've had Attorney Ge'neral Brefithitt has good health ever since." Cure submitted to Cov. Willson a length stomacbt liver and kidney troubles, opinion, in which he holds that the and prevent typhoid. 50c GuarDegislature oiu authorize the is- anteed by Cha's C. Davis. suance of fooo.ooo'bopds to meet The agitation over a possible the deficit in the StateVi 'funds for conflict between jtheraces in Cuba obligations already, contracted, and has partially, abated, due to the that such action will be, legal with personal appeals made by President out ratification by the people Gomez, add the enorts of the press, THp BEST HOUR OFiLIFE but there is still an undercurrent is when you do some great .deed .or of dissatisfaction', and 'continued discover some wouderful fact. This rumors of the organization of a neuour came 10 j. is., irm, 01 Kocity gro parly to control the Govern, Mt., N". C, when he was suffering ment. intenselv. as he sava. ,''frnm the "x Kidney disease is a dangerous worst cold 1 ever bad, I then prov ailment. You should never delay ed to my. great satisfaction wnai wonderful cold and cough cure Dr, a moment to take some good, reliaKing's New- - Discovery is. "iFor'af ble, dependable remedy. In such ter taking one bottle, I was,entire- - cases we recommend DeWitt's Kid These ly cuied. . Youxan't sy anything nev and bladder Pills. too good of a medicine like that.'" wonderful pills are being used by Its the surest and best' reptdy for thftustnde if people daily with fine weak kidr diseased lungs, beraorrhagls.'la results. "They grippe, asthma' hay fec?. any neys, weak, baclf, back ache, infla throat oMurig trouble. s'oc.Jf.oo, mmation of the bladder- - and all Trial bottle free, Guaranttedtby urinarv disorders. .Sold by Cuafl , C, Dtvis. vm - n t. uviaf I ! accu-stitution- al i and if thtxltntrman ot the Western Ui ' don't i.tcp quiet vie will 11 , COMMUNICATION. gaeftaCJ? . " ' Mt. Vkrnon, Kv., Mr. J. B Co'emau- - still nnks Ki.c his tsuine January 31, 1910. Mrs Miranda Ddpli, who has h(s regular calls t Bicezy Hill Mr. Albright, Editor: Ere the rpiCb blossom ue will tell been siek for some time, is mjdio I hae often thought that I would We are informed that bet'er. Rfv Jamison was in 'Mt. nu more. O P. RcMiolds vviite something (or your paper, ry "ck -- The Vernon Sunday W. .0 Wcfs ,v not so much for my thoughts, but Town Trustees have Keti teu' to is able to be at hi,- - post again. Mpb O.scar tlop eojile from "earning coil off left for from a sincere desire to contribute If- - V th&Ij & N i rem s s bv parsing i orbin Sunday Delph is in my feeble way, if possible, to ordinances wgauist it. James Hur very .sick D. p. Pointer was the building up of Rockcastle and e'njral Citv, is visiting home w'h ii.s t jii of t Mrs. of awakening some activity among dv last wet--- T, M. Does was V. iJ Ricr who has been ver folks thii. 'week irk the women. . oil busiue.s's -- - 'it ome better -- MVlule upon the We would not vote, if wecould i i Paris Siturdav a pleasant clU--r at tnedis- - streets Sunday we were ..surprised but yet there .are many things WJ had pafcliers office Sunday in the per- - ,0 see melnhtrs of the Baptist, which We could do and should d Conie Christian and Presbyterian ciiurch-agaln.ofor citizen to prepare our-elvson of Horace Bentou. boy Johnson aud es nil goin to the same church VVe ship a preparation ,tbat would Scott Pitman were in East Burn- - Jon't see why this can't be done make, "the men realizs. the worth stadt Sunday. Mrs Walter Mui- every Sunday. Uv down your ufit. . lins, ofMt. Vernon, came down to d.fferences apd come together often Duty imposes upon us nnn He has been and we believe yon will feel better, thiugs outside of the home and wosee Walter Sunday agent here while C P. Reynolds Chief Dispicher Lemons was in man's mission extendsbeyondthe was sick. Charley Golden wat in Louisville Monday. A. H. circle of the home. I would no' Sunday. Bet I can gue&s lin, of Mt Verpou was in bur little tor one moment detract from home Tota Mullins, of Mullins station, town Tuesday F. L. Thompson duties, but woman can do all that was liere Sunday. Mss Besuie pushed through here Monday. W. is required of her there and yet she Daughrrty, of Big HiU, is visiting N Riggs, Coal Inspecto; for the hijas noVTul rilled her entire mission A little L. &. II., left home Friday morn-- , She is .interested in the church; Mrs. Wt H. Mdh-iffjy- . ing and did not return until late "she is certainly interested in tht child of Cal Baker's is very sick. Col, Sam Ward is well enougfi to that night, and his 'home was schools, in the regulation of 1, come to town. Emmet Reynolds all in darkness when he arrived in the .extension of educational and a Mr. Muiohy, of the Glade and all sound asleep,' bejvery quiet-For- work, in the establishing or parks Pulaski count v' are visiting ly went to bed and would have in the beautification of our sur Mr, Let Reynolds -- Sherm ui Mink soon been in peaceful slumberhut roundings. All of tbesef she is in of Level Green, was in this part a on hearing a nofce; tu the other lercsted in. became ltigh eted and few davs this week. John. R. Car- - J room We have many sweet lovelv wo ter has, gone to Lebanon Junction,, thought there were burgfars in the men uiRockcasXte, who, jf tbey Annie M. Walton was at j house. He arose from his bed seized determined and setSabput to carry IrttafitLSaturday from Mt. Vernon his gun and determined to make out some specifie object, could easshort worlr of the burglar, but ily accomplish it. A' county organwhere she is amending scool. W. JL Mahaffey left Wednesday when be opened the door he was ization should be formed by which for Berea 'Mrs Tilden Leigh, of met by a pair of twin calves which. the children coultf bet goiten tq Livingston, Montana, who was the family had carried into thei school; by msans Jof whichNhe 'parMiss Eva, Hall, formerly of this house to keep them from freez-ng'- ents could be aroused to tak more ngo of that for it wd,s a very cold night place, die,d afev interest in the schools: where the She, Mrs G D, Cook visited her" par- dread disease, consumption Women could work in coniunc one child and ents near Mt Ternon, Saturday. leaves a hubrind-'anwith the trustee." and make requests host of fViends to mourn her ckathv Mrs James, Parsons and children and recommendations, to the Cou of Berea, are visiting Mrs. James' ty Board of Education, where they Weep not "for her deceased McGwire. -- County Court CletV. S could. recommend improvements in Qur loss is her infinite gain; F Bowman h.is appointed W N Ar soul out of prison released the school buildings, itf the school Riggs deputy clerk here. We ate grounds, where they could have And freed from ber bodily chain very thankful to you S. F,. as-their committees in various school With songs let us"follow her need a clerk here and we think you d flight stficts lojook after the yards and choice. We would beautify them witjrflowers; wbere And mount with her spirit abore'i 'made a wise write-uof the Pike-Pe- n work", in conjunction the mountains of give, a they Escaped COLD KAW WINTER DAYS SU-GGEST Arnbrint o-.- k i COUGH SYrtUP. - SUCH AS -- i aa fr l.f .fil ld es --- Vinol, Kings New D'scovery, Goldea Medical Ciseovery, Bell's Pine Tar, or the old reliable Tasteless Cod Live Oil (Warn poles) and bear it con inuall in your mmda that we are headquarters for anything found in avn ordi Call in when in town and nary up drugstore. got aa in pies of my various stocks of the congh remedies, t IT yours truly,. . to-dat- e ft x -- . CHAS. C. DAVIS, LEADING DRUGGIST, MT. VERNON, Phono 89 KY. Ham-BrOdhea- ! cross-exam- 3X3$gDCCC; e330C3fcCX XXXX: 3y3X3kX -- k, cura-Mv- e ma-'iria- ," Keep Up With The ES X' cirnnf intiv irrtiil4 Iniwln vhq ll jl luuuo li.i i a lk(in oin.m i lif tt uniu utuaiu 4 Ha wi4 tut u Ki world by business men to let the people know the pro- 11 M cress that is being made alone: business lines. So the cis PEOPLES' BANK 1 I is taking this method to let tho people know that they are prepared to take care ot your business, either largo' or small, no start business with us. Wfth best wishes, M ai ! we --- .,-, PEOPLES BANK, J30CX33CX Beantto v B' n.. uington wedding but the Editor did light needless And lodged in the Eden of love this in last i.sue so ' ' for us to repeat if 'Wheeler Meadow spent Sunday, "with Pobert, Lemons. Better getl move on yourself , a watetburry .. The'rcwlll b'e another wed- uTom j9 WbiI You HawAlwys Bo Bhui ft dine in Livingston Sunday and the af bride Will be fromLivingston.Tenn to p - it-j- s OAlB'X'OnXA I z&mz&r . could with the juvenile court which deals with "tbe'oling criminals., Such an association couM have sub committees In- - all tile towns ifi wjio, would. Urgeand take up with the' proper Huthorities all internatignal improvements, The, wodieu are directlyMinterested in Rotk-casriej DCCDK&3C&: ffc are-fo- 1 CJ.f33?COZU.:JX. uougm Han AUans i Ilnd Yoj Bwiti. of o iio!xw4.. .TttaWYNil ' 1 -- 1 " -- v- - A..I' r - utma 1 I Hi .(.V.ii 1st.- - j x !.- ,5 A.' ) -- 1 -- N 'f J? 1 1WJ f . W V C? w ; -- .,.'.',- ". ?"" 'S -c & 1Z ture ought act fur Kentucky. An inquiry should be held, into the cause of this latest disaster, and the responsibility traced to The State o( Kentucky amended its Constitution last fall tor the its ultimate sources Out of such purpose of improving the public an investigation may come suginroads. It is difficult to amend the gestions for legislation in tho constitution ol this, or any other terests of our own miners. The. future will see the State, as the records of elections of this State become amply proves. There must be Now important. X shown a good cause for a change increasingly mining torritory will be openi before the people will vote to reform the organic law. The recent up; hundrodsof additional work men will bo employed. All thi vote, on the Bosworth-Wyameans a growing peril, a widen amendment meant that the voters realized the necessity of taking ing opportunity for calamity il measures to improve the roads. measures are not devised to enTint vote was cast thoughtfully force tho strictest regulations and after the question had beet and the most effective precau.A'.: much mooted in by the press and tions that science and experience the public. The passage of the have discovered. Here is occasion for immediate amendment recorded the fact that action. Public sentiment is stir the voice of the people was raised red catastrophe '&r in protest against existing condi boroby thewill greet at Drakes approvingly It tions, and in behalf of a remedy. any move that may be made to This legislature ought to adopt laws to take advantage of fhe Con- improve conditions. The chance is at our door to stitutional Amendment. This lead the country in this great much is expected ot tb'e legislature f ' .."'by work Kentucky has beon acthe State. cused of hanging back in tin There is a ;;ood deal of talk march of progress. We may r. '' about the probability of graft in retrieve our reputation, and siroad building and this is put for- lence our critics by showing the ward in some quarters as an argu- way to make mining a comr ar - inieut against this or that plan ol atively safe occupation. Louis'i. 'Tdad building. We have in the ville Herald. ' $. AsHlKlith Congressional District subject to the action of the Democratic party. minim-industrtt ;. . . MT VERNON SIGNAL of the Farmer' Institute and of the Commissioners SALKitocKr ' Minlmd Agricultural college is CASTLE IUUCCIT COUKT. & now in Southern Maryland. faese t at various convenient Fkiday, l'e'j 4, 19iO M. A. Chastwn, Plaintiff. places are lecturing farmers on the vs. S&M, importance of crop diversification KV tf JfJ Coiumissione.-- Sale. $25S "7 iK M and land improvement. lix every Friday by Pub lis ud vr mb r Myrtle Johnson, T. L. John-sin- , &i if, M P?7 fe. 5 1 n LI)RIGHT. Susan Bales, Laura EDGAR S. A KENTUCKY HORRORS fTJI 1 3C Iff Bales aud Tames G. Dohbs, 1 W JO Defendants. And now tho gliastl.v shape tint $I.OO haunts the mines of this coiVntr; ONK YKAR SUBSCRIPTION By virtue of a judgment and or- haa appeared hi our own State, dsr of sat; ot the Cu Advertising rates made known oa'and claimed with sudden honor cuit Court, lenderedju th; D?ren sue lives ot at least thirty three ber term thereof 1909, I shall pro- application to offer tor ,vnc a' Hie tow toilers beneatlf earth's surface. With tragedy of death and he d or of the Court House, in Mt. THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER reavemontat our doors surely Vernon, Rockcastle County, Ken- OF MEN'S FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD. fi MKMlU'K OP "SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKE8." KKVTIJCK'V IMttWS ASSOCIATION we will awalco to the insistence tucky, to the bighe.--t and oc.t have worn W. L. Doud ho for th tlx yert. and always find they ar far of the problem that faces out at public auction, 6'n uperlor to all other high grade shoe In stylt. JONEO. Legislators. MONDAY, THE 28th DAY Ol comfort and durability." W. O. Utlca. N. Y. 119 Howrd . If I could take you into my large facHow long will indifference perFEBRUARY, 1910, tories at Brockton, Ma, and (how mit the ever threatuing shadow oet ween the hours of o'clock h. how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes you are 9 made, you would realize why they hold o" doom to hang like n pall above n , and four o"cloe p. in hein shape, fit better, wear longer, and their this field of necessary labor? Il eular County Court piy), on are of greater value than any other make. that Douilu CAIITlO Congress is too busy investigat- citdit of six mouths, the fullowin, liitamped on th bottom. Vf. Tnke Aio Bm and prlct Hnliatltnte. your urnipr csnnoc nc wnn v.L.uoaffinii AN NOl NC HM KNTS. ing Ballinger and seeking samo tract oj laud located bn the valei yrrite tor Mail Order Cttalor. W.I.Douglai, rociton. We Hre nutliori.ed to niuiouiice HON, way to got together on tho rOIiBAIJBBT Presi f Rouudstone Creek, in Rockca- - M. IIARVHV HUl.M as a candidate to sue- dent's policies, our State Legisla- tie Cou ty, Kentucky, and bound as Representative from the ce:il v WLDOUCUS $a$3SJ?&$4SH0ES ff m ", erv j4" '- ..'.. I ii TTstifj. ''." -' -' " ?'- - r 'Ski,; s boys: Bl s w r t rhti RED TTCTION IN TOILET SETS AND - , uid-de- r, pt I LAMPS. . j rwf-- Aif'J m I have, a Jarge' assortment in Toilet Sets in high- grade ware,, which I am going to sell at a big reduc- - , -- V-- S? 1 - 11 7011 tion liim-H- f U. G. BAKER. ij ed as lolluws: These sets run from $ .65 to $ 000 per set . Beginning at a black gum sprout comer to M. M. Sims, in line of J I. Wrer; thence his line s, 23 w, S. ' e, corner to ,oles to J. .1 Wren; thence his line s, 75 e, 2 joles li, a olack oat: corner to Robi Smith; th nee hi line s, 2? w. poles to a sycamore on the bank ol Little Clear Creek; thence with the reeic s, 27 w, S o.es to a popLr' orner to W H. Jones; thenc: hint n, 69 w, 27 poles tophi's corner 11. c s, 32J4 w, 34 poles to anoth r ol his corners; thence n, 20 w. a black oak; thence iok t BRIGHTER, BETTER, (2 poles to 'whiteoak on the ban f Houndstonc Creek; thence. will THAN' EVER 'he creek n, 18 e, ifi pol.s to a BIGGER ilack oak on the bank of the creel hence e, 7 poles to a stake, come, file regular price of THE LOUIS 'o Martin; thence his line r, 9 VILLE TIMES is $5.00 a year poles to a maple, comer to M. M Sims; thence his line n, 87 e, 74 If you will send your order to us, joles to the beginning, containing ou can get '34 acres, more or less. The If you want a nice Lamp now is your time to Lomsviffe buy Cost and carriage is all I ask for these lamps s- - Times FOR 19 iO 11 DROP IN ANDSEETHEM. S. B, McKENZIE. yc$x&yc$$)irito e,2 For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with a AND THE proved se urity, bearing iutereti rom date of sale until paid, and ' laving the force and effect of Bq,TH ONE YEAR udgment. Bidders must be pre mred to comoly with these "term? ' G. S. Grippin, i twf. Master Commissioner, R, 0. C Tlie Louisville Time is 1 THE SIGNAL f HIS ad. is directed at the man who has all the business in his line in this community. 9 Mr. Msivhant You say you've got it alh You're selling them all they'll buy, anyhow. But at the same time you would like more business. J Make this community buy more. I Advertise strongly, consistently, judiciously. J Suppose you can buy a lot of washtubs cheap; advertise a big washtub sale in thi3 paper. Put in an inviting picture of a washtub where people can see it the minute they look at your ad. Talk strong on washtubs. And you'll find every woman in this vicinity who has been getting along with a rickety washtub for years and years will buy a new one from you. J Thafs creative business power. OURj AD. RATES ARE RIGHT CALL ON US '. Convenience of the Savings Account, kxxfcxer oDyvDpccc; ptocxxc Vftti Louisville Times ForlQnly $4.50 tin Mauy parsons keen thoir money hero as n permanent in- vestment because the risk of louning to individuals isuvoid- ed. As an investment, you can compute tho not returns accu rately. Small amounts may bo added at any time. A savings account offers it profitable means to realizoon funds that are .You may withdraw a part or the idle, awaiting investment ; entiro amount at tin v titno. Willi a.dotorininution to savo vou . Why not lend youruioney to tho y aro.avas wolcquipjhprc j- ;03IMISS10. ERS JSA8E K00K CASTLE. CIRCUIT COURT. - Bet Afternoon Pjiper av "Printed Anywhere Has-th- as you can save from time' to time. We wll Py ydin rpgu?")'," ' lar rate of .. . ... interest on yom money- - JsstWe'll explain in dcta'u'if i ! V Ii you will call at tho bank. 40M nklJ.Aa oorrytvatlwo best corps of correspond field I '. f. R French, Plaintiff. public service a General vs. ..'peniuiy marked oy a nign average HOPE FOR THK BEST. ability. It is absurd to say thai $$ .'ommi.osioticia Sale, By way of comfort to tiny reader.1 ;;!5uch a body cannot pass road yJt.TV'fr vho are inclined to bemoan the obn Isaacs, Defendant will brine about the desired ict that our old friend Mr. By virtue of a judgment and or Ground nd without permitting the threat- - 'tog got a glimpse of bis shadow ler of sale of the Rockcastle Cir .in "'ened or imagined evil. Due de, Wednesday, on the authority of g'lit Court rendered a. the Decern liberation upon the bill, or bills, er term thereof i9oq, I shall pro weather forecaster of Pittssubmitted should, of coitt.se, pre- burg' name temporary forgotten ceed to offer for sale at the front "ceae the favorable reporting of any we assure them that Mr. Ground door of the Court House, in Mt bill, but the matter should not be hog's reliability as ajredicator i Vernon, Rockcastle County, passed over upon the ground there not unchanged. to the highest and best bid are suspicions that roads construe It r, at public auction, on The Pittsburg meteorologist de tion might not be free from graft. dares that Mr. Groundhog's repu MONDAY, THE 28th DAY 01 There isn' t much graft in Ken- tation has been built upon the most FEBRUARY, 1916, tucky when one gets down to bed flimsy basis, and weather statistic Detween the hours of g o clock a roclt, and there is a great need of for many years go to sbow that u., aud 4 o'clock p. m. (being reg .road construction. As to what of getting stage fright when law would best fit the needs of the he sees a penumbra outlining hit ular County Court Day), on a cradi ( six months, the following trac State and ofcoonties and communi- elegant figure is no certain indica )f land, located in Rockcastl ties there may be differences of tion of a prolonged winter ? Jountv, Kentucky, on the water.-o- f opjnipn. That we must have bet- This may be professional jeal: Copper Creek, and known as tb "ler 'rriads will be agreed by every- - ously. It is well known that lot from Thomas Hurst, supposes one who has given intelligent con- prophets are prone to discount the deration to the question. And vaticinatory abilities of their rivals. to be four acres, more or less 3 ,. uoivtis the lime to tackle the prob It is also beyond doubt-tha- t Beginning in the middle of th: the foresaid lem from a legislative standpoint. groundhog family has been in the creek with creek; thence up sail the meanders to the wa 'V . . .The .News hopes that cood roads weather bureau business much lonj; 3 ' biroh, corner to Mat KiogV legislation will bg'one of the bene- er than the Washiujton aufhoritio- - ter corner, corner tree is now down fits accruing to Kentucky from the and their representatives through stone put in place marked "H : sitting of this General Assembly. thence s, about 50 poles e, about out the country. poles to 0 white oak tree in. Frankfort News. We arc not, therefore, taking 2 uonways line; ttteuce about 31 - controversy We w, with Conway's line s, with win sides in the- f- i nere is a widespread ,.;. , opinion meiely call atteution to the dispute fence, now stands to a stone in T. ,'C line marked "K"; American farmer is not as reason to hope for the best in D. Hursts' the farmer he ought to bc It is soite of traditional indications to thence westwardly crossing toad t '. " beginning. said that his brother in Germany, the contrary. Herald. ..ht,Frai)ce,".in England and in other For the purchase price the pur "l" countries raises chaser must execute bond with a'p more wheat and STRUCK A RICH MINE. s proved security, bearing interest oats and and potatoes to the S. W. Bends, of Coal City, Ala., aerethau he does Doctrinaires in says he struck a, perfect mine of from date of sale until, paid and t'tlnf Agricultural Department and health in Dr. King s New Life having the force and effect of a & the State Agricultural colleges, of Pills for they cured him of kidney judgment. Bidders raii't, be pre course, know it all because they and diver trouble after 12 years of pared to comply with these terms G. S. G'kiPfin, hare (he books, But the Ameri suffering. They are the best pills , uu earth for constipation, malaria f unuuuuc, Master Commissioner, R. C. C can' farmer has the experience. u they could but pool their knowl- at Chas. C.uyapci'aiii, ucuimy. Dauis. edge and experience these two The (amous little liver pills are iiimples would no doubt result in a DeWitt's Little Early risers, Thet are safe, sure, gentle and easy tp rare .compound of success. It is I tcke. When you ask for DeWitt's said that in farming, as in many For Infant and. Children. Oarbolized Witch Hazel Salve.re-fus- e rt'ber things, the American farmer The Kind You Havi Always fctJglit to acccyt a substitute or iraila is.wasteful, that he gets only from tion. DeWitt's Carboliztd Witclt Bears the as mucu as is (,.one-ua10 Hazel Salve is good, for anything when vou need a salve, and it is Vfliarvestpd'on-aequal era of land SUtcaturo . eapecially good for .piles. Sold by r. 1:-r ..! 'vtiu ouicr cuuu'.nes ?uu v.asauuros 01 Lhas. C. Davis. Jthe press are prophesying that we If you will just tuke Kodol now ' .a;;:rjearing the end of our row in and then you need not fear or hesiFor Salk: One bouse and lot fa'rm poduction. It is interesting, tate to eat all the good food that n Livingston and my farm of too Mo'rjknoWthat the Rreat railroad you want, for Kodol will digest companies have dtcided that tbey wnatever you eat. noqoi is ior acres near Roundstone section well Kodol weak and sour stomaches. 'cari Advantageously educate farm- - is pleasant to take, and it is guar- improved. Will' sell at bargains. W. B. SlGMON, Lrs along their routes and that a anteed to give relief at once. Sold fspecial train bearing the, members by Chas. C. Davis. Wildie, Ky. . Dec. 17 3m.' '. to-da- y ,;nts, -- ; - OP MT. THK BANK(iNCORPOUATlib.) VERNON, MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY. -- 1 ?! rl'ipf; .A 'Covers (lie Kentucky t t -- per cilr. law.-tha- t ,,Coyers the. general news field o'mpletelyt :33dfeXD: XXX!CD-htffa$X TJ. l - Has the best aud fullest mark ts reports. Democratic in politics; but fair to everybody. &X&3CSfafi Ken.-iuck- ' Send your Subscription ..... Times. . right away not to The LouisvilU STOKES CARRIES ONE OPTII&BEST LINFS.OF to tliis paper hi.-hab- FARM FOR SALE! 168 acres, nearly all level; 25 icres in timber, the rest n a good state of cultivation; 18 acres in Arheat. good fencing, well watered by "springs; two good houses, two good barns, all out This farm is in Pulaski county, one mile north-wes- t of Flat Lick Stone Church. This farm will be sold at a bargain. Call on me at the farm, or address me at Va1le Oak, Ky. huilling-necessacy! (Caprtgbt. 1903, by W. N. U.) rnii-inr- i hh mi1 GENERAL MERCHANDISE Aany Country Store in the County j AND CURE tke LUNGS KILLtheOOUCH w - it . w . Or. King's New Discovery F0RC8i&H8,.jSfe. AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. J.J.STOKES. '' . m- - . - r- .. P. S. .We Ir.vo good Shingles for salo at '$'2 50' ".' per thousand. Wm. Wilson. -- GUARANTEED SATISFAOXOBYl OB MONEY REFUNDED. LUCK. 9yjKpmy: $QC$3$JeC 3oC$gDqjpG$&XC . 1 EARMIN.OrLA.NDS KOR SALE. I - re have for sale, some very desirable farms on which J am in position to give inside. prices. If you want to buy a, farm see me, I can save you money. Terms to suit ourcbaser. Call on or address A. B. Furnish, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Wa Buy xxc ''". Ky GRANVILLE OWENS j UNDERTAKER Brodhead COMPLETE LINE Cottins, Cashets and Eobes. All Mail. Telegraph or Tele- phone orders Promptly , Filled. t FURS Hides Faaihars. Tallow. BMwtx, Gln'sang, Goldan Sanl, (Yellow May Apple( Wild Clnf er. to. Wa are'daalaral etUbliihed Louisville" la and can do better for you than agwU Root), Waal a4 or commltslon narchantt. Reference, any CASTOR A Bank In Lculivllle, Writ) for weekly price list and shipping tag. 4V ML 229 E. Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY. Sabsl Sens. you sell your Did "Why, Sara! voteT" "No, ma'am; but I done found a dol- X$fcxfctt3feC lar once where a brilliant caiidcrdato lost it." ATI' l l?nnnloimio mivunuuuouo fll TRADE MORAL Nobody would u one-wnr- a i&&fl$&fo -.- 1 . .1 . - ( well, simply impossible, is impossible bowels are constipated. You must pay attention to the ..... nfnn nr suffer the conseauences. Undigestea I material, waste products, poisonous substances, must be ww removed from tne Doay ac least once caw uy, a ciiidrikh liver is resDonsible tor an ...in t.. wm0 immense amount of suffering and serious disease. Ask nitiuf Aupc Pillc He knows whv tnev act directly on the liver. Trust him. i.c.AverCo..Loucii.MauJl It Impossible to be Well if the to be irfor Fortunes Are right here in the advcrtljlne columns of this paper. If what you're sellins ha merit, nave Known, me uooa Samaritan'? kind act were it not for T IT. ADVERTISE you.. An ad. will sell it (or WuprUjUi. law, x W. N. U.) ii Saviour's parable, fee the home folks' Good Samaritan, Mr. Merchant; make this paper your commercial bible;, write, your own parable and put it in our advertising col- -: umns. Our - . -- !' ?V XT v t &.?& s.?i:' ""1?'V"",r " K v"BBt!rF0?i,,K;",7,c""f . VTOPWT'VS'' n" 'ffWCTVMf "4'Jipw v7tfpt$?'JieF;Ni igmm 4(? V i iTaMi EviassUS raj r ? ?, -- ' Mi.:JLRNON SIGNAL MtVbrnon, Ky. Feb 4. 19 lO ah;-,?!- - T7C m9 Iff 4n I , a Cll "P "No. 79" when , J you wnnl.... Communl. 7 Q to utr-iiuA.- - ' -- ' " " ' m Ev. $ i. ' ' JULfSfc. IJ! 4 1 . Luivlic ANHwii.tcn 22 north 24 north 28 south 21 South I- - ft. Co. TIME TABLE. ,- -, : ....s. " P I wr , 3:52 a 11:44 ro a',r 12:19 a n' Tas. Landrum, Agent. Prions No. 58. Entered nt the Mt Vrrnon, Ky. TostoBIcf as atcondclns in nil mutter. PERSONAL A.: H. Hamlin was in Livingston n - Wednesday. Geo KetronAvos over from Con 'way yesterday. Miss Nell McFerron is tenching nt Brown Memorial. Mjs. P. Benton and son Horace, of Brodheaii, were heie yesterday. Mrs. J, W Hucheson spent Tuesday with Mrs M. B. S)in. Mr. and Mrs. C D SuttottAV6re p from Withers during the weelf. f .4 : and Mrs. W. J. Childress were here from Livingston Monday. ' "liX'Superintendant, G M. Ballard spent part of the week on Big Hill. Miss Minnie Hiatt, of Hiatt, Kv. his' entered Brown Memorial Dr. school. V . T- - Messrs Lpe Johnson and Scott Pit'tiau where here from Livings ton Sunday. Pivo of Steve Ramsey's family have tnnllnox, hut is not hurting 'any of them. Mrs. S. H. Smith, of Spencerville Ohio, is visiting her brothel, Mr. W. H. Cox. Charley VanHook has moved from hcie to Ihe Lawrence place l Green TtT?. andMrs. R.A. Daily fjicni Sundnwith Mrs Daily's uncle, D. B, Langford, near Cove. Miss Cora Giiffiu will leave tomorrow for a visit with friends and relatives, at Erodhead and Stauford. Mrs. Jop Thompson, her son and dnughter. of Lincoln county, have been with relatives here this week. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Martin spent Wednesday with their daughter, Mrs. Elmer Houk. it Maretburg. J P. E. Druuimonds, the tallest and one of the best fellows iil the country, was up from Livingston yesterday Wheeler Meadows and James De Vnult and Will Merricks.'L. & N braketnau, are with friends here for a few days. I. T. Meadows will move to the Lechleiter property uext week, now owned by the railroad Co. Mr. Lechleiter will move to Illinois. Will Hunt writes from Mexico, that he is gettelegraphing ting along for the El Paso and Southwestern near-LeveTucum-cira,Nefirst-rat- e Naw Phonks, Dr. Lee Chesnut, in residence of Ro ert Larg-iorday. No 128,; Dr S. 0. Davi-- , Mrs. W. L. Richards has been drug store, No. 84:; J, W. Kincer. sick for several days, but better at office, No. 59. S. thin time. Prot. J. G. Acheson, President of Mrs. H. J. Mullins, who has been so very .low with pneumonia, is Caldwell college, Danville, pave a lecture in Brown Memorial chapel some better. last Saturday evening, subject, Mrs. W. A: Chesnut and child ren spent first of the week with "Education and the State;" at the Presbjtenan church Sunday Mrs. W. M. McHarg'ue, of Pine morning "and Surfday afternoon Hill. gavea talk to men and boys only, Gorge O.vens has rented one of at the Brown Memorial chapel, and Krjrger's bricks and will move to each address was a treit within ittown as soon the weather will per self. Prof. Acheson is one of the N uiit. leading educators in the State at d Miss Waddell, primary teacher, one of the foremost workers and Brown Memorial, is ery sick, aud most convincing advocates connect Miss Nell McFerron is supplying in cd with the Y. 1. C. A. Mt. 'Verher slend. non people are anxiously awaiting C. C- Sowder, of Indiana,' who is his return which he has promistd here on a visit, is very sick with to do, when conditions will permit pneumonia nt the home of Gran E C. Walton, wh has owned Cummins. the. Interior Journal for ten years G. W. Gentry, Jr , who has been and has been with the piper thirl) down with rheumatism for several years, sold it Monday to Shelton M, months, got out last week and Saufley. of the Frankfort News. since that time has been suffering The paper Iras been in the Walton as much as at any time before. He family for nearlv lorty years. W. P. is in a very' serious condition. Walton, of Lexington, having ed-- . ited and owned it some twenty-fivLOCAL or thirty years. t Mr. Saufley gets immediate posNew line of 50c Neckwear just session, but will not mpve to Stanreceived at J. Fish's. ford until after the adjournment of New Hats for men and young the legislature. Mr. Walton will men at Fish's Cash Store, remain with the piper for a month or two. Mrs Frank Angel died at her Editor Walton is one of Ken home near Maretsburg Monday of fuckj's brighten and most popular pneumonia. newspaper men and bis retirement Senator Bradley has had R. M. wiU be a source of sincere regret Johnson and Sara McClure's pen- not only with the public but with the craft as well. sions raised to $1 per day. Td, l.Q. Multilists irumlered among the sick. Little Edna Davis has been Very sick but is better now. Dr. D. B Socthard was number ed among the siclc yesterday. Mrs.' J, Thos. Cherrj was the guest of Mrs. - W. Brown Tues Now is the time to buy Overcoats off the pegular price at Fish's at Cash Stun'. i Boy's S? (jr-eCorduroy Kntck erbocker Suit lor S3 75 at J. Fish' . None better in the town . n CLOTHES t-r. FOR YOUNG MEN ,1 9! Something About Prices Young men who must consider the price they pay for their clothca will do .well to come to this store and see the assortments, examine the fabrics, compare the fit, finish and general appearance of these clothes with those found elsewhere, and then ask the price. We figure that we can and do give MorG m ie than you can find, in way of genuine are a where stores Line instead of boing the Main Con- " O t'-f- AAiM IKkta&a j4 F fli m g SHOES 0K3TAK3 J ' A8 BEtrrif w I Side sideration. tyo We Satisfaction Young Men's Clothes - ,ll' tlie ')e9t t0 J5 llft3. but Th'nk the we are perfectly willing to leave That to YOUI judgment. , Come in and let us slip a suit or overcoat on you. Know Styles the Woolens Right. will please you to see how easily and inexpensively dressed, not merely 7011 can be It Well Covered. TK Prices Range I - SIZES fROM 48 DOWN. . e From $3 Down 101 ''HJfei.--" We Sell Everything Men O Boy's Wear ME TO-DA- Y OR CALL TO-MORRO- W ". r T For Sai.r or Rknt. My prop erty on West Mi in street. J. T. Meadows. Stetson Hats, Swann Hats, White Eats, Black iHatsahd all kinds of (Mt'- J Fish's vJionV'' m Ct'slr Store, bee iliem, cro FIRST WOMAN ATTORNEY. In the chancery court Fiiday, Chancellor Smith entered a formal decree adjudging Miss Mollie M. Parker possessed the necessary qualifications to undergo examina tion ror license to practice law. This formality ended. Miss Parker: must now appear before the supreme court for examination as to her legal qualifications. That' examination passed, Miss Parker will be granted a license as the first woman attorney, it is said, to practice at the bar in Mobile county. Miss Parker was formerly employed in the jaw office of Fitts & Leigo in this city Mobile, Ala.,. Register. Miss Parker is a sister to Mrs. Marshall Smith, of this place, and is well known here. She was once a student at Brown Memorial and afterwards attended a business college in Louisville. A" 1 v ' THE HOME' OF GOOD CLOTHES. ALL AROUND CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE. PHONE 77 t t an W T. Schaffcr sold hj tobacco at PaintXick and it was one of the very best lots to that market. He got 14 cents. pro-uourc- Addison Maret, aged 85, died at Webo City, Mo., on January 25th, He was the last member of the family of "Jocky" Maret, of Garrard county, and the last uncle of our townsman, James Addibou Maret. Maret's widow i.x the sister of Geo W. Miller, of the noted 10 r ranch fame of Oklahoma. "At the annual election of officers of the Bank of Mt. Vernon beid last week, C. C. Williams, W. L. Richards, George Livesay, S. H. Martin qnd A. T. Fish were elected directors. Mr. Williams and Mr, Richards were chosen president and cashier, respectively, J. T,. Adams, vice president and A. B. Furnish assistant cashier. s i Markt. s road. T3 .. K' Albert Hahn was up from Crab Orchard Monday and told us that he would leave in about two weeks for Jndiana to make his future ' home, ,Th': members of Ashlnnd Lodge,. 640 F. & A. M , will go to Brod-heaMonday night to attend the Th reading rooms under the annual banquet of Brodhead Lodge supervision of the Woman's Club, Ashland Lodge will confer the g were thrown open Wednesday third degree. with a kind of informal recepDr. M. L, Myers has returned tion from 7 to 9 o'clock. Hot ftoin Texas, which notice should chocolate aud wafers were served. have appeared two weeks ngo, but One room is supplied with all Kinds left out by oversight. The Doctor of the latest and best magazines, was called back sooner than he ex books, etc , and the other room pected on account of. the illness of with games of different kinds. The his little daughter. rooms will be open for two hours Mrs, Cleo Brown and Miss Rissc out of each day and those who deWilliams left vesterday for New sire to snend a short while HnrinoOrleans to see the Mardi Gras. that tune reading or playing some Tbeyw.llv.s.t Mobile aud other ofthe gameSi have a C0ldiaHnvita. Mrs. Brown tion, It Js open for a who desjre Southern points. will go to Louisville and Cincinnati the benefi,g and pleasures T1)e to purchase her Spring line of n.i- - town !s cerlainlv indebted t0 ,he linery before their return which will Woa,a.s club for their effort to be about March in. provde for Mt Vernon fhe vefy Victor C Tate has received no- - thing we have so long needed. The t'ce from the census director, that Woman 's Clnb is doing a greatand he will be made special agent, to good work and with the proper look after the mines, wanufactur support and encouragement, they ers, etc., in about eight different can and will do a great deal more counties, with headquarters at Mt. We ask f.r them the Sterling- We arecertoinly glad to and assistance of eve'ry person in see Victor come in for such a nice the town, and especially those ;vho share of the sj oils. The job will want to see our town improve and last f jr six months or longer. (.grow. d eve-niu- The Brown Comedy Company closed their engagements here Monday evening. T. M, Brown, the manager, takes the leading role and is ceitaiuly an artist in his line. Ml Vernon people who patronized the show very liberally are extravagant in his praise and the Brown Comedy Co. They are at Brodhead for a weeks engagement. - r For SM.E. 50 bushels barn spare a small space I will rent $1.20 Richmond avenue and London cured Ky, Bluegrass seed 200 bushels extra nice Grcbard Boulevard. The reason I want to Grass seed $1.50 rent that much of my old office is Jas. D. SHBI.BY, this;- You see my old frieods put - J'u'rJction City, Kv. me in the- - Circuit Clerk's office, and that, keeps me confined in one In a revolver duel at Edgewood place more than before. There is mines, near Middlesboro, Deputy one advantage you will have by my Sheriff Gordon Givens and Benja- being in the court house, you can min Gailiff, a miner, wereAeach find me much tasier than heretoMy customers had difficulty mortally wounded. Givens was at- fore. tempting to arrest Gatjiff on a in finding me when I had'such a charge of disorderly conduct. Giv- large office, but since things are To morrow evening will be the ens figured conspicuously as an of- arrauged as they are now you will regular meeting of the Board o ficer of the local military company have no trouble in finding Hugh. Trustees and we understand there in suDpressing the. night riders in Just come to the Circuit Clerk's will besevetal important mattersf Western Kentucky two years ago. office and pull the latch string that come before them for consideration. Eighteen hundred'people attend is hanging on the outside at all We certainly hope to see some ac ed the fnneial servVoes at Coving- times and come in, Hugh will treat tion taken on some of the more im ton Suuday over the body of the you frieudly and make you feel at portant questions. Side walks, late Arthur GoebelX The sermon home as usual. I always keep street crossings and street improve was preached , by Dr. 'Gilbert some chairs in my office and we can ments are what we want and need, Schmidt, who was assisted by Dr just sit down and have a long chat, Now is thetime ofvear for an or- Albsrt Hammerschmidl.' Monday and if you have any business in dinance for side walks sdthat those the body was taken to Vrankfort connection with the office I will be who have to ouild waits can be for burial, accompanied by. Justus glad to attend to it for you, and if ready to do sowhen the spring Goebel. Interment tookx place you want to talk about our buggies ou know I will gladly do that. opens. Don't wdit till next fall on TuesdayWe can get up a trade in some form the theory that walks are not nood or" other. ed during the summer months. If no other way we can FROM HUGH. talk about that old roan, red or blue Build for summer use and then Well I thought.it was about time they will be ready for winter It I was saying something about my cow of yours, and you know how Hugh loves to talk about tradi.ig i3 absolutely redicAilousfor people Buggies. As you see spring is for cows and the like. Oh, yes, I to have to plougp a.oun through just about to over take us again, like to have forgotten the mud as the ieople have' had to about the litI have so many of my Rock- - tle wormie shoats too, well do this winter on someof the aid to get castle'friends to inquire of me every- up a trade and not be so chojey, 1 principal streets in the town. The day asking me if I am still going to will as usual trade forany old thing Board realizesfully the needs of sell buggies. Ot course I am go I never did disappoint a th.e town andthe people are lookfriend ing to keep buggies on hand as us- when ing to yon for some sort of relief. I knew he wanted a buggy, just couldn't ual, It might fee well to suggest in down Imy "buggies, think of hying and wanted to trade something on having been in the farm that he could spare. this connection, that when an ordiI alnance, for sidewalks or any other the buoinessMbr so long a time. ways had' a feeling way down in The fact abou it is I am kinder my heart for his little family improvement is passed and one or at daffy when youViention buggjMo home, who have sit around the more of the trustees are included in Hugh. It does me' sc much good good old fire place just after supper the list of those ordered to make when I can place anin 'in a new and beg papa to get them a buggy. such impiovement or inmrove- buggy and see' hira djHve off home So don't forget friends, you will ments, that if that trustee or the I can just imagine 1 can see his find Hugh at his office in the trustees thus affected would comply court strictly with the specifications of sweet little wife rati ddwn to the house. Don't be afraid to call and gate and throw Mr pretty little see him when in town the order, then others would" reaIt's jut t arms around hfs neck and kiss him the sane old Hugh, and will be lize the sincerity of those who and tell him that she is so glad to glad to see you as usual. I conmake the law and would then more see that new huggy because she eheerfully-corapl- y with its require sider it a pleasure to have my counwon't have to ride the old gray uag ments. The town authorities are now that trots so hard when she ty people and friends to call and looked ujpon as leaders in all matwants to go over to see Uncle John see me. In fact I want you to ters of improvement in the town or down tc see Aunt Malissie. keep one eye on Hugh anyhow. and if the board takes the proper Again friends, I really don't think I told you I would attend to the lead the big majority of others are it would be right for me not to keep Circuit Clerk's office right and I sure to follow. Give the board the a few buggies in my old Main heaity support due them and then will do that. street wareroom. Now I will sav it their efforts are fruitless, let the one thing, if you see anybody that Your true friend, blame fall where it justly belongs. wants to rent office room I can HUGH. - FARM LANDS . Why go West and pay more for unimprov ed land when y on can buy nicely improved good farms in Kentucky, with nil the , s; 1 . 4 pike road, rural mail; near good town of f.000 population? i If you want a good farm at the right price, and located in the right place, see me at - i :i Mt. Vernon; Ky, Miller Hotel Any size, and any price farms, 50 miles from Louisville, " ' J. W. RIDER FROST PROOF CABBAGE PLANTS GUARANTEED. TO SATISFY PURCHASERS, , FROM THE ORIGINAL CABBAGE HJINT GKOWEKS, PW IxiiaYJtMErwAKritiD Cbto.urvK ciimmuN l muctrn i reunion, ahjhtaiihcii. KmImmm. fll H4 iMIf, uoKtitknum U.wl 4 Uwl CfchM TRADE. MARK Now orrr WKrewthonnt mOST PROOF PLANTS la 1IU. plant hT All otfcar CIim Mtltfled cuitomrrfti Wo havo indtold mora rabbaia WHY Uccauv oar plants muit plf&M or oeod your S lulhcrn iUl.t comMnrd Paid In Caolfal Stock $30,000.00. Established 41 Years. t.rntr thoiuuA pro ! In nony back. tbej r tb oaei tbt tell tor the most money. We sow three tons of Cabbage Seed per season $!SiTffiff Yftrlttles, contalnlar Ttubl Interim pUntt of tb Write toe t rf e catalor of f rot-prio- f tion but u 1 tuil TteetitMe crow Ins;, l'rlcri en Cabhw PluiU In lot of WO t ttM); IM to A ooo $ UO r r thousand; t ono tn 9.000 SI S3 r tnouaand; 10.000 ana over L0O per tbomtJd. o. K on plutu I vry low Younri Iilftnd. Our ap'cUl cxprca OrdcrnowiltlitlnietoKtthetspUnUUxouriwctloatattoitnMtflyiAbbtKt.aDit bt trUi'oSK Wm. rt C Geraty Co., Box 234 Youngs Islaml, 8. C When You Think Of the pain which many women experience with erery month it makes tin gentleness and kindness always asioci ated 'with womanhood seem to be almost a miracle. While in general no woman rebels against what sha as a natural necessity there is no woman who would not gladly', be Jrec from this recurring period of pain, Drt Pierce' a Favorite Prescription makes vtcatt 'women stromi and alck women well,' and Hlvoa them freedom from pain. It establishes regularity, subdues Intlam-- " jaatlon, heals ulceration and cures ft' male weakness. Sick women nro invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter. All corresDondenre strictly private and sacredly confidential. ' Write without fear and without fee to World's Dispensary Mad. icol Association, R. V Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. If you want a book that tells all about woman's disease, and how to cure stamps to Dr. Pierce to pay cost of muling them at home, send 21 one-ceillustrated only, and he will send you a fret copy of his great thousand-pag- e edition, la paper covers, Medical Adviser revised, Common Sense "" stamps. ' la handsome frit. clotb-bindi- . X 12& . ;V& v,$-'.- . . ."rrAi!- - J :,) I -- J aS ' . ,; pykwiv . 1 tiMHh' . 0mvr J r . Eat What Our Guarantee Goto jour druggist today, andL purchaso-- dollar bottle, and if you can honestly say, that you did not receive any benefits from it, after using tho entlro bottle, tho druggist will refund your money to jou without question or delay. Wo will pay tho druggist tho pries of tho bottlo purchased by you. This offer applies to tho largo bottlo only and to but ono in a a ALCOHOL IN SICKNESS. "At ono of tho London publlo n special point la made of giving 'alcohol to tho patients ns rarely and sparely ns possiblo; and each tltno that ono of tho physicians does so lin submits n special entry of tho reasons that nctuatcd him. In tho thirty-tw- o years of tho existence of tho hospital alcohol has only been given seventy-on- o times. Tho cases' received arc exactly liko thoso received by nil tho other hospitals. For 1901 they numTh6 bered 1317 hi patients only. death-rat- o among the&o was 7.3 per cent. For tho eamo year tho nverago death-rat- o among tho other London publlo hospitals was 0.1 per cent. tho uro of alcohol in sickThereforo ness 13 not to bo regarded ns n nccee-citAlthouclr raoct physicians alcohol iu solution with dtiirja for their palienta thcro was ono physician of national reputation who did not bclicvo in tiring alcohol. Many yoara ago n hen 'Dr. It. V. Picrco decided to put up his vclu.iblo "Prescription" for tho disease. of women In a "ready to 1150" form bo used as n solvent and prcservr.tlvo chemically puro clyccrino ,of proper strength, which u n better solvent and nrescrva- tivo of tho actlvo medicinal principles residing in most of our indigenous or Dr. nicouni. native 1 Picrco found that tha niycerino, be- sides being entire! y linrmiess, possesses intriuslo medicinal propcitics, of great value. No woman who is suffering from inflammation, trotn tho pains nnd drains incident to womanhood cart afford to bo without Dr. 1'lcrco'g Favorite Proscription. An honest medi-cln- o which has tho largest number of aires to its crpdit nnd n deservetl popularity for two sctro years all over tho united stntcs. ur. ncrco tens you just what is contained in his "Favorito Prescription." , its NannniENTs Ami: Golden Seal root (Hydrastis Canadensis), Lady's Slipper root (Cyprl-pediuPubcsccns), Black Cohosh root (Cimicifuga Haccmosa), Unicorn root (Ilclonias Dioica), Illuo Cohosh root (Cnulophylhtm Thalictroldes), Chemically Puro Glycerine Among tho prominent medical men f tho country who recommend tho above, ingredients as superior, remedies for nervous conditions depending upon disorders cf (ho womanly system and for llio c . of thoso catarrhal conditions in tho affected parts are : Kdwin M. Halo, M. D., Profcesot of Materia Jledica, nt Hahnemann Medical Cc lego, Chicago ; Prof. John King, M.D., Author of tho American Dispensatory, Woman nnd her Diseases; Professor John M. Scuddcr, Doctors llule, Ives, Wood.Ilartholow nnd others. Address postal card to Dr. Fierce fur a com ,)leto treatise on tho subject sent to you without cost. -pre-ccrim Uoe-plta- ls You want of the food you need Kodol will digest it. You need a sufficient amount of good w holcsomn food anil nioro than this jou need o fully digest it. Elso you can't gain strength, nor can you strengthen your stomach If ' Mystery Still Mirxpundi the attack on thcv Hurley Tobacco So Citizens U4iilsl1aIuUff. ciety's offices nt Lexington Satur- - r 8. day ntyjht. Theie is no clew to Commisiiancrs Sale - the perpetrators ot the outrage. J. L. Arnold and Polly Arnold, ' Defendants. The police officials believe the Hr virltie of a judgment and "order of breaking of'the glass in trie doors sale pf the Kocki astle Circuit Court ren- of the offices was due to the work dered nt tho December tc.rm thereof of a gaug of drunken rowdies nnd 1509, I shnll proccidio offer for sale at against President the front door o. the Court House iu Mt that their thicats Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky, LeBus'wete meant only to scare the to the highest and best bidder at public aged nightwatebman. m , OOMNISSIONEUSSALK iturk-CAS'LECIIt(;UIT COURT. nt N MQlW mmuwil ifc.ljjiilwjiiiuiin.inin l NEWS 1TKH8 MJlPw RSSl ffilrrrfmiM MSnL,. "i bm i UKin 'p'',The W v$r i For Infants and Children. Kind Yo Have it Is w c.ik. You must cat In order to live and maintain strength. You must not diet, becauso the body requires that you cat a sulllc-lcamount of food regularly. But this food must bo digested, and it must be digested thoroughly. When tho stomach can't do it, you must tako something that will help tho stomach. The proper way to do is to eat what you want, .and lot Kodol diNgest tho food. - nt family. Kothlng ele can do this. "Whon tho stomach is weal; it needs hulp; you must help it by giving it rest, and 'Kodol will do that. Wo could not afford to make such an oiler, unless wo positively know what Kodol ill do for you. It would bankrupt us. Tho dollar bottlocontalns254 times as much as tho fifty cent bottle. Kodol Is mado at tho laboratories of E. C. DoWltt & Co., Chicago. C Si. by 01IAS I DAVIS "The 'Old Reliable" Most un:y Drihj or Patent Medicine yoi sue advertise! in the Sto.v.w, can ho found at "THE OLD RELIABLE." Cheapest Drug Store in the county. S. C. DAVIS, South Side Main Street, WIT. (55? ' VaRNON, Wo VY KY. iSffiPP K PT no zj, ttUk to Sell TOtJ an ffi i 'VI ON smffiSh fW 'msmm SJ3E' &,: T1L I 1 '1 rti M y. k Ww$7 fiftv rjvgfs' GAN w.... TO ' ON 30 DAYS I Free Trial Wo cum nud operato th DIQOEST OEQA1I PLANT IK TUB WOItLD, wo Hell DIRECT from our factory, on credit, 40 to BO per pent LOWER - UiS d and make tho BEST organs; which ,w- -l hsfi&ifta retail dealer than any wholesale or in America. opoclal of thln paper ASK r?$r r fllTflR ouer ana writeabout catalog. .... for A1M,E V jBi CO. 2301 VI. Chestnut SI.. Locllillll, Ky. LOW ROUND-TRI- P KOMESEEKERS FARES ffr :'4 )"! , 2! TRAINS DAILY 2 TO The West, Southwest and Northwest VIA St. Louis WITHOUT CHANGE. Write fur Faro I'. I'HNN, T. P A. wSTnh 2 Diverse TRAINS DAILY TO 2 St. Louis WITHOUT CHANGE. Month.- Tickets on Salo First and Third Tuosdays In each - Return Limit 25 Days from Pate of Salo. : anil Special LOl'ISVIIXK. KV. Route Arrangements. C Jt P. GARDNHK, O. P. A. 32EE?ffi2B C fAl B 1 A- YBRNDN CISKET DD. md distress after entini;. and kindred lerangemcnta of tho liver, stomach tnd bowels. Persons .who cm suhleet to nnv of he3o troubles should ne cr bo w ithout a ial of tho "Pleasant Pellets" at hand, n proof of their superior cxcellenco it an truthfully bo. said thnt they aro dwaya adopted n3 a hduscJiold remedy ftr tho lint trial. 13 a Onl litllo "lV-Pcthxntivo, two ro catliai tic. Ihcy regulate invigor- liver, stomach and tk, to ami clesn-itio )ov2ls. Asa U lncrpill," topromoto ligestion, tako o ,0 each day. To re- Icvo the dlstie-- j nrtsing from over sating, nothi .a; equals ono of theso littla 'IVIIetfl." Thcy'ro tiny, sugar-coategranulca, scarcely larger thuu ri.4...ird seeds. xin.vi.Tir a';d iiArriKces. How to livo in health and happiness is thp general themo of Qr. Pierco's Cortimon Scnso Jledical Adviser. This great work on medicino nqd hygiene, containing over 1000 pages and mora than 700 illustrations, la sect freo on receipt of stamps to pay Inn drain; Degiuningat nlila k expense of mailing only. Send 31 one-ce- thence running with old cak oiwsiuiUil l.ne d stamps for tho vol; to the top of the mounti in, cornering on unie, or only 21 stamps for thg boot a stooping white oak, with sapling point-eIn paper covers. thence with the division line north, crofsing the ?tate read; thenee to the a small white oak in tl e top o' the hill-tcait lirte of the original survey; thence Qurcs Ooldsi I'royenU Pnnumonla with the corner; thence the division line south to the beginning corner, containing 40 acres more or less. o Q d, antl-l'Tw- is one-thir- d cloth-bounn; o Dit. nnncc'3 rx.CAo.VKT rrxLETS euro biliousness, sielc. and bilious head- telic, dizziness, costiveness, or con' .tipation of the bowels, Iocs bf appo- ito, coated tongue, sour eloinnch, ivmuy ueiciungs, "iicartuurn," pain ; (hence 80 w, crossing Creek at 18 poles, again at 93 poW in all 330 poles, to the beginning, containing lfi acres more or less. TRACT No. a. Pctriiuiinir at a double white oak, .two hickories, , a fallen poplar and black eak on a ndn-- second corner to I ot No :: tuencc ft, 10 w, 37 poies to a isiien lickory with htaeie oak pointers at 7: i thence s, 39 w, 37 poles to a chestnut cak with n double hickory pointer at 8 ' ixjIcs to a chest rut thenct s, 33 e, I7 onk with pointers at 9; fourth corrcr also to Preston Taylor's alias Dai tel Roberts' soraer; survey; tl.ence s, 84 e, 38 poles to n, white oak on a branch ai 10; thence n, 4I e, (6 poles across r branch to a large stooping white oak, now fallen, wi h pointers at branch at 'poles to a while II; thenre n, 2I e. with white onk anl beech pointers at la;,thencein4a c, 381J poles to h maple nnd fallen poplar nnd beccl pointer at 13; n, 7414 c, 31 poles to p hickory, with white oak pointer at 14; thence s 83 w, 62 poles to a white oak in a gup of it ridge at is; thence n, 9 w, 38 poles to h spanUb oak and hickory nt IC; thence 11, u e, 73 poles to three white reks nun a popinr nt 1; uicnce wiiii Tajlor's first line n, a s, 238 poles to the liegiuning, nnd containing 85 acres, but acre tin re is excluded six and off the west end of the first tract. TRACT No. 3. fnucbtulk in Washington about the probaoility of Congress adjourning enily in the spring without paS-- ii g any measures ad vocated bV Piesident Taft and promised in the Republican It is said that the pert and lMMindcd at follow: leaders are unable to ngrae on any NO. I. TRACT Pegimdii at a stone at A, set up ot thi Taft policies and thaMhe where the original pointer c nee stood prospects for harmonizing the facwhere n hlrck 011k vri. tolled for in the .original piitiut; thence ly Mid iwlent e, tious iu time to tecoinplUh any... . .is.Tjta nrrc lli.tnfi. rf.n.1 It thing before adjournment can bi all ,V poles to u hickory and fallen whit oak st II, with fcternl Kii1lngs marked forced by members who want to ns pointeri.; tuencc s, sit e, lao jxiics to u avoid responsibility arc exceeding fallen black oak in a drain nt stone nt C, with the natural set stones marked a; W doubtful. t obiter, n1out 6 poles below nn old coul Suit was filed iu circuit couil lunk;- thence r, 6$kc, 63 poles acioss the Staie road nt 78 poles strike southwest Monday morning by Wm, Aytes, bank of Roumlstono Creek, in all loo the poles to a stake at the Bast edge of the the Pineville attorney, lor last arm or, prong of mid e'eek at D, Louisville Properly bb , against F from which n double lecch pointer bearc (6 t, a poles mid 7 links, nlronsugai P. Janus. Auditor, Andrew K trtr jotnterbcan. n, 54 c, a poles and 4 Partiti and a number of othcr links,, the white oak and sugar tree call The Dctitinn a.'ts for an order re f rd for Ifine gone; thence down with the meauders as follows: S .straining the Auditor, as registti 8V e. lo iioles. 11. 8i c. la polcsaml si of Lands, from issuing a patent up l'nks; thence n, s6j c, 3a poles; thence 11, I4 e, 4(1 poles to a stake with two. ou an alleged fraudulcnt.survey ol Kjcniijoie trees and walnut pointers, clo-the liank of said creek, about two some land in liell county tnat is under poles alxa an old lonl ot raid cieek, claimed by the Louisville Proper!) where the smrar tree called for is sun- potcd to lmxeslood; thence 11, 13I w, 40 Co. The Property Co., claims it poles to a stake in the north prong of has a complete title to the land in iu d cicric, I r oin wlllcu point a 4 tone leers 11, 68) w, pole and 20 links with question and that the survey filed iecrnl pointers on the north side of mid with the Auditbr covering the c'tek, the white onk nnd maple being .same land is of no value and fraud 68 c, crossing Round-rtirone; thence Creek 26 poles to a stone, maple ulent, a? shown by the former pat nnd three Spanish oak sapling pointers the original call, a black oak and three' enls and other records. auction, on .MONDAY, .THIJ 281I1 DAY OF FEBRUARY, Jqlo, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. lit , and o'clock p. in. (lieing the regular County Court Day), on a credit of six mouths, the four following tracts of land located iu Rockcastle County, Kentucky, x Theie i.s mk J: fa I mm BHcfi ' -- iff Always Bought simiia Bears the " fe Prnmnf 0p"n- - ..mifTwrfii!.! intohtsucitirr iiorHiacraL i Signature X? A. AM 9 Jrrs. plat-ffli- ill B fil nzSsar tfi m l J AA ! r . ll' 11 m WKWn ' Ki Ho. V i- -- ' Kg'fii BnK,i Hf3.& .yforCcrcslipa mach.Dlarrtaca ulsioivsXevcnsh- - ffid 1.1 I ttft jm Jul n In Use tfil Over I UI - - ..jgsofSlcep.. J H wm Hiffi NEW &tf YORK.J toori Thirty Years b BB m Round-s'ont- fKmj&St Guaranteed under die Exact Copy of Wrapper. TORIA Nit) TO e n THE CCNTAUR COMMNY. CITY. 1 Z$n$&C&3 $3&&d & j. 11 e PRICES CUT "- maplet-- Round-Hou- r. NURSING MOTHERS show the beneficial effects of . ON i Low Shoes. Scott's Emulsion in a very short time. , It not 6nly builds her up, but enriches the mother's milk and properly nourishes the child. Nearly all mothers who nurse their children should take this splendid not only to keep up their own strength but to properly nourish their children. M ron Biue nr all ubdooibts food-tonic, Ladies, Gents and Children Must go regardless of Cost m Don't fail to see olirline dqfore you- - J. McKENZIE &SON, Phone 98. "i VP.&C33& $3$3$D:X &XC&X&X. Bead 10c, tWMtltnl Huh bank conUIu BtUs nmi rPf Chlld'i jDank and cf nl tbla id. for oar Bketoh-lloo- m NOCREDIT " cash and produce, me your trade and - Good Luck Pinny. rS SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl - St. New York fM i & U. t PjvIt aA.s.n.fieL iiiMl,A iiVT .im Iim PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS. "fc , FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND XI VVe M 3 S Cai WALL-PAPEKIN- sn ETC. - DECOItATING. E3IBAL3IK1.8 t. yernoo, Ky. ' g HE " COUCH SV3ETALIC CASKETS Licence! Embahnur will liava charge of woik for tho company. . Coffins andJRobes. 3 3 3, 3 3 z3 LARGE STOCK OF PAPER AL WAYS ON HAND. Our work is guaranteed. V. A. OAHSON, .S:0rder8 I 3 3 grodhead YarbIc GEORGE OWENS, Manager! Works Office Mt, Vernon Monumental Building PHONE lt 3 by wire promptly tilled.- - that line of Mt. Vevnon, Ky. Hearse sent to appoints. iiuiiiiuaaiiiitiiiiiUiiiiUiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiUiiiiiiiiuiiiiiimi :8 BRODHEAD KY,. ' Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT UNDSSTAKEIS. is T,RACT No. 4. Hcginniug nta white oak and walnut stump 111, the Rt C. Adams live and line, thence ncrrss the field to n stump and stone at a coal bank; thence with the Bledsoe line: thence a straight line to the top of the ridge to a hickory in said Adams' home 'tract; thence wiih the line of said home tract, to a hickory and fallen gum and white oak; thence straight down the hill to e beech and stake in line of home tract' thence with said line of home tract to the Hackney stone corner; thence with the Adams line to a cornel of Hackney and Gresham's line to a stone corner; thence with said Gresham's line to the liegin-nincontaining 80 acres more or less. Tracts Nos, 1 and 2 were pu, chased by J, L. Arnold of E. K. Pike and others, on the J 2th day of September, I900, and the deed is of record in the Clerk's office of the Rockcastle County Court in Deed Book 18, page 581. Tracts 3 and 4 were purchased by said Arnold the aoth day of March, I908, of Andrew Owens and Ida Owens and the deed is of record in said Clerk's office in Deed Book No: 33 page 220, e M. L,. MYERS. Dsntist At Residence on Old Main Street.- iSv Ilavine; concluded to mnko my busine strictly will sell for a small profit. So give I I will treat you right. MT.'VKRNON, KY. Will be in office at Livingston every Monday Woik guaranteed. V CLOS.WC-OU- T I have tt lartro stock of Ladies' Cloaks from SI to 5; Men's and Boys' Oveicoats from $1 to $5. Also Men's and Beys' Suits and Odd Pants, which I am com- jjtmuu u avu iu uiiitu iuuih iui my opiiny guuua Vours, i f 1 rv; 'DENTIST t.1 I&sHIATT, A. C. HIATT KENTUCKY. R. W. DYCHE MT. "VERNON, Our line of Couch Onskots unexcelleJ. Hnnd-inade All orders. by Wire Promptly Filled . Coflinsfnrnisued Hearse sent to nil parts of t On 2cd. floor o The Bank of Mt. Vernbn , on Church the County. street. Special attention given Also Agents for Iron Fence. For the pun-hosD. 13. Ai.bkight, Manager must execute, bond with approved secur ity, bearing interest from date. of sale un til paid and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bikers must be prepared to comply with these terms. ATTORNEY-AT-IA. G. S, GRIFFIN. Master Commissioner. R. C. C. MT. VERNON. KY. KY. Office at reddence on Main Tt. Crown and Bridge Wotk r price the purchaser Specialty, Work guaranteed Have You Tried It? C.C. Williams, There is a bottle of Cardui waiting for you at the drug store. Have you tried it? If not, we urge you to do so, before your troubles have obtained such a hold on you, that nothing will drive them out Even now, it may be nearly too late. But try it anyhow. If anything can help you, Cardui will. It has helped In thousands of cases, "where other medicines had been, tried in vain. Why should it not do the same for you? STAGGERS SKEPTICS. That a clean, nfoe, fragra it compound like Buck ia's Arnici Salve will instantly relieye a bad burn, cut, scald, wundJprpUcSj. stagger skeptics, But "gjrwrt. cures prove that it' s a wondertul healer of the worst soresr, uicejs; boils, felons, skin eruptions as also eczema, chapped handssprains4 and. corns, Try it, 25 cents at Chas. O. Davis W. A. COX, SSSSSK"' Phono 04-S- sj;ga BTJtt, 3 y?yryjg pyrC5ffLyjMg MORAL MT. VERNON, itY, J to collections. Phone No. 80 J'45 M? CAR The Woman's Tonic " 3 C McGLARY .m Tlfe campaign for an araendnient to the Constitution of Indiana 'pro hibiting the manufacture or sale of litiunrin the State, wis opaned ,iu Sauttf Bend Monday by twenty tna,ss meetings in" churches and '"ha'lls Th'i Aili Siloon League wijl proceed to bold tfini'ir "field days" iu the prin'cipal cities of the State. The merhant who is trying to do business without advertising is winking at Dame Fortune through; blue spectacles. He knows he's winking, but she doesn't. This UNDERTAKER paper is a good advertising medium. M Ml Stanford, Ky. of and The Seine at Paris has beun lo Tidings from flooded MdEALEU in Marbles and districts above Paris gave hope of a Granite of all Monuments more rapid fall, Hundreds of peo- kinds. furnished Estimates and EMBALMER ple are reportee without food and on application. homeless, but the Government is GEO. OWENS Pr6pr coming to their aid. Phono 112 full slowly, I 'My daughter, Octava, would have been in her grave today, had it not been for that fine medicine, Cardui," writes Mrs. Laura Lawrence, of Drennon Springs, Ky. "Nothing I tried helped my daughter, until she had taken Cardui. I had sent for the doctor, when I thought of your medicine and got a $1 bottle. When, she had taken four doses she became all right. I often recommend Cardui to my friends." Your druggist sells Cardui with full Instructions for use on the bottle. Write to: Ladies' Advisory Depl, Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooea, Tens for Special Instruction, and book. "Home Treatment for Women," tent free. Eft M A- -- s