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Iw V V BnMMsWMIMBMWMMBWMWMWWMMWnMWsMWWMBsWM iJ7 ,oe' Mill HfTrFM' tWiC'JIMi ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, FEB. 18. 1910 maauMi omx ; NUMBER 21 - if ' Ji Bill , I For Clothing Shoes, Underwear and Winter Apparel. oTHin I I K K ''A JvHs'? ..- - V,j,"'' ''v.li-. ... A' W Every suit of "Shield Brand" Clothing bears two "Shield" labels. These labels represent an ironclad uuarantco that you are receiving full measure of value This method of distinguishing "Shield Brand"' uotmng irom inferior grades, eliminates possibility of deception or juggling of prices. There are only seven prices on "Shield Brand" suits within the range of $10 the lowest, $20 the highest One of the ''Shield", price cards with the word "guaranteed" at the top, is attached to the coat sleeve, also a -snieia" label will be found inside the collar. These labels line of Shoes, carry the WALK all sizes and styles, for all classes. Nothing on the market better than the "Walk Over." Men's,- Boys', Ladies and Misses Rubbers, vail - W shoss OVER "Shield Brand" is just the kind of clothing to buy for a boy seven to sixteen years of age. These suits are made stylish and fit well, yet made of fabric .good romping. and strong enough to stand rough-and-tumble - 1 "Shield Brand" knee pant suits are sold, at seven prices; $3 the lowest, $6 the highest These garments are. also protected by the same guarantee represented in the "Shields" "S m m sizes. , uk 'rJlSffts? jV ill' !l i identify the superior quality displayed in "Shield Brand" Clothing, from inferior grades. GUARANTEED 1 -- CLOTHING GUARANTEED This Is tho label that is sewed to inside of the coat collar at all times. All genuine) "Shield Brand" garments, either men's, youths' or boys' are eo marked. Lr---r-Slt We carry the "Shi eld Brand" Gothing, and we 'have the largest stock of clothing in the county frcm which to make your selection lillt'lli that '."M' up w. V IjKZvfJ 3ii J !' !L' tl'iHiwJiOM , cellar at all time. hlsthelab llBHtfelBlBf AUirenulna Tl f W 11 sniaid Brana- - i iijii Is towed to sarment, either 11 It InttJo if l..o coat UMBwIHB men'a, youths' A tMFiWf QL8TAt6 1 mm or boyt'aie 10 milked. ' ElI in li $9!Lfe& llUlr-ME- fh II 1 ' JiBlill!ilB!ll8! F'lJllP'llll'llllI H UNDERWEAR Our sto"'k of Winter Underwear incomplete and prices low When te in style call at our, you. want something nice ahdup-to-the-minu- MiTa'Wttlf a MEN'S SUITS, If ffflMHffl $mooto$mm I'1' " boys' suits, $ioo to $&oo: VC1! store where your dollar will buy the mdst. n J"-" con-spicio- t' IT v L of children and the needs of youth Se3eft3oC:fcDcG3;, STRONG APPEAL IfOR day. She got to near the grate and is carrying the thing a littletoo are realizing the necessity of IMPROVEMENTS. her clothes caught fire and in try- far, and we believe there an; enough COLD RAW WINTER DAYS attention to the children. ing tu put out the fire burned her voters in town who want protecMost all that were sic,k last week One day a young woman went badly. The Level tion that this will go to the wall. It Editor of Mt. Vernon SiONAr.:-. W. W. Wrisht hands very ore convalescent. fourth from a school building in mpjority and Green scribe wanted to know who takes a are very much pleased to returned from nnd family have the Livingston correspondent if. this cannot be got. So lets drop know that the people of this county the heart of the tenement-hous- e Parkiville where they have henn Will say for their benefit that he this squabbling and all will be well. are agitating the questions of good region, in the lower East Side of on n' visit for a week. Mrs Nora wus reaied in and around old Level roads and bitter schools. It is a New York. As she picked her Jenkins has returned from Paris ioo REWARD. $ioo. Green and passed his boyhood days long, long time since the greatest way slowly through the crowded SUCH AS W. O. Dilly. of Lebanon Junction street it was evident that she was this paper will be The readers of there, went to school to Prof. J. N. master of trains, was here Friday Brown thirteen years ago and at- pleased to lettn that there is at ..Anj r ?. whh a person well beloved, for even the brother.sI iVinol, Kings New D'scovory, Golden Medical CiBCOvery, Tom Berry left ,Sundav to take least one dreaded disease that way tended school with the Gentry's, No ma llveth untonitn- - men with the push carts made ence has been able to cure in all its a rtPlv: charge of an extra gang near Bell's Pino Inr, or the old reliable Tasteless Cod- Live Brown's, Thomas', Deboard's; Mul stages, and that is Catrfrrb. Hall's self." Parents, and teachers are ,or her aDd, he fa"s of ,the ch,ldMrs. Alex. Wells Cynthiana. n were glad. Presently a woman Oil (Warn poles), and bear it con inuall in your minds lin's and Lawrence's when there Cattarrh Cure is the only positive awakening to the fact that there and daughter, Socia, of Spiro, have were thirty-onteachers in school cure now known to the medical is never a pi,ysjcal ailment, never s,ePPed to her Slde and iwalked j that we are headquarters for anything found in an ordi been visiting relatives here this there, so if you can't guess who he fraternity. Catarrh being a con- . a menl0, defect ,jevera socinl evil withber. Laving a respectful hand nary unto-datdrugstore. Call in 'when in town and week. Mrs, John Shear of Paris, disease; reauires a con-,L' on the teacher's arm, she said: "I is, will give you bis initials, which stitutional life of an y child threatens 'get simples of my various stocks of the congh remedies. Hall's Ca is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ines stitutional treatment. now mese "?"ot love seeing They are Yours truly, George Johuson, an ex are, W. M. O. Henry Btowning tarfh- - Cure is taken internally, act- - in the community that does not chIdren ?elp you. in is very sick at this writing. A. N, ing directly upon the blood and .threaten the lives of all the child- meichant of Mt, Vernon, who has They are such a your school. Bentley, who has been in very mucous surfaces of the system. 'ren gone to farming in the Berea sec Sometimes help to me at home. thereby destroying the foundation i"t is this awakening poor health for sometime is no betand ,l,c tion, was in our town Sunday. ea of the disease and giving the pa- Then Benny he says he won't. LEADING DRUGGIST, ter. Sam Ward remains about the we do not live Walter Mullins, of Mt. Vernon, tient strength by building up the realization TJcWy stops anrt says, .,A1, MT. VERNON, KY. Phono S9 tele- constitution and assisting' nature unto ourselves and that iove agent, was with us part oi same. Mrs. David Owens, M,ss K' savs ,l ,s - abounds for all children that has r,Sht. n,amaAlbert Hamlin, of Mt. phone manager at the Livingston in doing Its .work. The proprie- last week exchange, is. very sick' W G. tors have so much faith in its cura- gjven rise t0 lhe associations of r,Rht l shou,d obe"- Do you Vernon, was here Sunday, Miss Rivers, who has been very stck, live powers that they offer One n,olhersaud teacLers and B over know, ladv, that when you stand Angie Poynter is very sick at this Dollars for any case-t,h- a on the p,at.lorra in the scbool, and is at his post again behind the .Hundred 0 Mr. and Mrs James writing. inr iir w. 11 i.i iaua IW nnrfl .pnn .w. ..u. rT vwi.. Mimeming. u iSJUB, like jou-Mcounters. James Stanley, of Stan testimonials. consideied necessities. Neal returned to Livingston Thurs ford, is working in the Johnson & We are all agreed that the home- when God speaksAddress F. J. Chrney & Co.. dry. Voter.s of the 8th congress ne motner must visu the Coleman restaurant. L G Falin Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all drug- is the substructure of national life ional district cast your ballot for Take Hall's family and that scbool life is but the schools; the parents must take an made a 'flying trip to Pine Hill gists, 75c. the Hon. J. A. Sullivan, of Richfor constipation. iutere"st. They should not go as a Monday. Dr. W. J. Childers was pills broadening of home life the mond, He is one of the brainiest ROOSEVELT MAY SEEK POLE second step is the preparation for hostile critic, but as learnets. called to Hazel Patch Monday. men in Kentucky, and has given L- Delph still' improves and is citizenship. For many vears there They are volunteer officers and as Kentucky the best school law we H. most Next Sun Portland, Me. Feb. 14 That has been a tendency to transfer the such they can render the ' have ever had. We need him in able to come to town effective service by helping the day the pay car comes and there former President Roosevelt may education of children more and congress and every Democrat Their attitude will be smiles iu town. W. M. lead the Antarctic expedition to be more from the hotneto the school. officer in cbarue. should cast their vote for him. may be defined for them by that Hicks baa. taken exceptions at sent trom the United States was At the tender age of four the child He will make the 8th the best conWILL, noble woman who has been called had there what I said about the widow's and the statement made today by Prol. in the larger cities now enteis the Chicago's first citizen, Miss Jane gressman we have ever numl)er Donald B. McMillan the scientific kindergarden. The qualificationof HEADQUARTERS AT LANCASTER, KY. Why not cast your vote for htm widower's, he said the In a X would be greatly reduced if they member of Commander Peary's the teacher, the giowthtof the Adams, of Hull House. and you will never regret it. We "I am were in the same notion as himself. successful North Pole party. child and the obligation of the recent article she savs: know wheieof we speak. He has always diffident wheu I come Y So any of you widows who want to mother recall to her that it is still always accomplished his undertakBEST HOUR OF LIFE professional nwrry call on or address W. M. THE ber privilege and her duty to. see before a body .of is' when you do some great deed or ings. We have seen him tried in teachers, realizing as I do that it is Hicks. What bus become of the discover some wouderful fact. This that not only ber children but that the legislature and go one has ever Spiro correspondent? Say, Miss hour came to J R. Pitt, of Rocky Jail the children are provided vyith very easy for those of us who look had cause to regret that thev voted from that Mt., N. C, when be was suffering' good schools and made fit to attend on to bting indictments against for him. Now we leave it to you Muttie give us the news Well. I guess the petition is intensely, as ho says, "from the them; that they be kept from results." Mr. Votei and if you think right part What Rockcastle has needed for about to start to try and put the worst cold I ever had, I then prov- vicious influences and protected you will cast your vote for him. many years is a display of more ' TI10 great success of Dr. PIcrco's Golden Medlcd for wonderfuf cold ' nd F. L. Thompson was in Livings- corporation out of business coub ire Dr. by adequate child labor legislation. in curing weak stomachs, wosted bodies, d if they kjdr's New Discovery is. For af , The consciousness that no child interest uoon the part of the lungs, nnd obstinate and lingering coughs, is based on fine sales- there have been men aske ton Monday. F, L., is.a and teachers in the mothers the recognition of tho fundamental truth that Golden man. Ed Woodall, the hustling would sign it, To tell the truth tcr taking one bottle, I was entire- can serve two masters draws parent training of the children. Medical Discovery" supplies Nature with The You can't say anything and teacher together and convinced materials, n cona ly cuied. drummer, went to Oorbin Monday. about the matter there has been schcol densed nnd concentrated form. With this help Nature dissatisfaction ever since the eler- - 0 Rood of a medicine like that." that their aims are the same, tbey parents should visit the L. M. Westerfield is still on the supplies tho necessary strength to tho stomach to digest and best remedy for. and encounge both teacher and 3t-oA55L we It the surest food, build up tlio body nnd thereby throw off lingering d!seased ,ungSi heraorrhages; ,a'are organized for labor with and pupil, provide for them better sick list. Roy Magiudcr left for a Hon, but this is not business, tbo obstinate cosglw. Tho "Discovery" get oeai in our unueriaKiug ma oriDDe. asthma, hav fever, anv.ior tne cnua digestive and. nutritive organs in sound lieclth, purifies weeks visit with hnrae folks at beautithis lets say let the ma- throat or lung trouble. 50c, $1.00. nnl enriches tho blood, and nourishes tho nerves io joint com- school buildings and more In the largest-citie- s Lebanon Junction Monday. Shef?, thing like , short establishes sound vigorous health. jority rule this is fair and right Trial bottle free. Guaranteed, by mittees of parents and teachers, ful grounds. ifflTiceley was in. town Monday. Most respectful!, your dearer offers Bomctblni "latt mm Chas. C. Davis. go to business aud let with whose duty it is to Rice Welton was at home fron Now lets It Is pvttbahly better FOR HIM It pmymi Gkorgia. McFerron. The explorer seemed to be o .'the police. Hte thai dance balls the well enough a'one. While elections But yoiraro thlnklni of the cure not you. prom, pm . "r Mt'WVernon Sunday, Our polfce 8my tliere'a nottilmi "Just as Hood" tor Perfect health but disgusted at .billard rooms and picture theatres have gore co1 trary to our wishes. Len G Hall, secretary to Con.court js getting to be an import) Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, In PUjo English; qt, UU' carefully cen- - gressman A. O. Stanley died at his some republicans flip into office being met bv therepreseutativesfare intelliejUjl-.anicine Simplified. 1008 pages, over 700 illustrations, newly revise! ol factor forlast Sstuidav.we bada vatt soUin He said stamps, to cover eost or athletic Dlav? biime at Henderscn.Sfaturday from RHi.inn n,ni.r.Knimd. our I'UUICC UUlll UC nt for 21 "....,m.""K'r'01 ti lUe.PISCCUl . wnnr. mm - . . a f - , .. .! ... Address Dr. R. V. Pierc, Bvfslo, N. Y. 31 stamps. .il 'MtVernoa's cnh. uc v to rM-. - , natrf. uc ....... .... in -- ...y u. ndiiicj iu "w..'i-'-hidih ucdLC hiiauaik t Al 1 1VI The women UKUmonia, which followed a cold -- rnr UAiffa :lij$ggf right of Mr. nndvdKfi Mnedabsplutelt be except VwintraoraI initio lorpnt, rnnin:iifn 'pkw, sSQtXtUk XMpl Miss Xjlhe . v in our town viewed., s I itt'tbf 8conxngressional district bjwily burotdS atai ditUfaotion ., ., r fouwta wry i ' h St T "( Mr. tr' LI Ve two-third- s SUGGEST A COUGH SYRUP. - I e o Mc-Guir- e. : ... CHAS. C. DAVIS, - - ,yd&dtz&x& 35Cccxxxc y$y:yd&c$&c rf - - - 1 iHTBD PAY CASH. :&DKxfc - EGGS, POULTRY AND ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE m mt, Vvnon Every Monday. W. R GOTT & CO. l3ccx. y$frcyx&y I Aids Nature thsus-rcpairinj- ry , " t, musclo-makin- g :.., gd," ' d M ,.- 1- ' 4f attw-Beysf- ...... "? I .- 1 .- .- ..,. ... one-ce- nt m Cloth-houn- - this-tryj- nf T! rl U. I VtV if lr-. jerf 4jg kul JjM ry iK4l. L- - i'" 4 ..- "if ,'"" v - A:2''Mj!&&1h0 ,.ii.i - - in iniiirl " " in' "' li i'T iM ml ' 7i Tn mi 'i i ' "' 'iImii il i'i"1 ' i' j ii'iT' i' mi ninm 'i Sr I '" " 'i ' ""'" ' ' " "'"T" - .. '"". TWWilpflg.M , V ' ii -- i... ' i - i i li irlrtl ,1 rmMii have purchased the stock of goods of Jonas McKenzie and in this stock are many articles,, in the way bit l,lt Clothing, Dress Goods, Shoes and remnants of different things, which we propose to sell ct cost and leistV: in order, to clean up the stock. ttf$ TTTfi ' . - MEN'S SUITS In men's suits we havesome real bargains to offer These suits were bought by Mr McKenzie at a good figure and we have reduced the price on all $1250 suits to $1000; $10 suits to $8 0 and $850 .suits to $72 I MEN'S OVERCOATS We have a large stock of men and boys overcoats which must go We do not propose to carry them over and we need the room for our spring line ODD COATS & VESTS Men's odd coats and vests go at absolute cost and carriage, we have them from $ 1 50 to $6 If you want children's suits we have them from $175 to REMNANT COUNTER . We have many remnants of odds and ends in calicoes waist goods heavy dress goods satteens ribbons, outing cloth, etc, and these you can have at virtually your QUEENSWARE- As we expect to quit hand-..;- :. :$A' ' lingqueensware altogether we offer every thing in our stored in that line at cost If you ; $15 overcoats red'd to $1250 " ' " 750 $10 $ 5 want any thing in that line;:! now is your opportunity. 8 " " ' $350 each own price ' ';. ''. 350 e . w. ..- . 'J1 We have,.many V 'uV'V reduced price. other articles not mentioned nT"" in m this list which go at a greatly It W JONAS McKENZIE'S OLD STAND McKENZI SUCCESSOR Mf. , & MCKfLEJ . m. i W TO JONAS McKENZIE n ,. . . V1? 't.4i', Shutts CONSERVING THE QUAIL. driving over GK&xSi&"', S 36acthe necessity oi keeping nice, clean the new pike If' m Bromo to Mt. land fresh looking stores, "with yjf Vernon this nmrning?" Gen Speaks, state panic wardu clean windows and attractive fronts : "Veiy muth, thank you, very .of Ohio, .is receiving hundreds of Friday, Feb. 18, lihO .,;?-.uod speed the day when appear much ine'eed. It is such an iin-- 'j lettersasking as how to pave the ance becomes a matter .of the provement over the old and I qunildfrom starvation in this old- " ' ' keenest competition, as,ifjsin the Published every Friday by ; would not have the bad, muddy, fashioned winter The quail- - is larger townsNind cities He who "' """ rocky road back again for ten times about'--- the most helpless bitd. we EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, close eye on' his personal the amount it cost to build the have in Ohio, says .he Columbus upf earauce and Mnves to improve Although it wiutets in Journal. (he. looks of thtngjrotiud him; pike." -$'i;od ONB YEAR Moral, Build another pike. this latitude, it hasn't the slightest SUBPCRrPTKlN who is in his store with hat off, ' T , idea how to l3ke cate ol itself when clean linen and clean hantis, polite How does an officer feel to be the jleep snow comes. When the Advertising rates made known on to his customers and at no time indicted for failing to do his dut ? fs ready forgetting the true value of the Go ask the Sheriff, Constable, Mar- ground covered and the application is cut off, these lood .supply printers ink, is bound to and will shall, Chief of Police and Mayor beautiful aud useful birds huddle richly succeed. over in Kentou county, for they together and wait in misetable MRMBKROF The columns of this paper are are now facing the stern reality of motionless flocks for death by KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION always open, free of charge, for the true bills Yeturned against them 15 cts Shades freezing or starvation. The only by a Grand Jury which has just nubHcatioii.of anv sensible and an. way to'save them ir. to scatter on :?t'P'';- . 'Tat ' W 4 journed at Covington SaT""Vaf propriate article on any and, all the gtound near their haunts liberal local questions effecting the welfare ' or other cts allowances of grain 5.0.0 ANNUAL REPORT and growth of our community. A few ol the bolder suitable'food OPTHK ,. They must not be too long, as our or turner. birds will find it and gc :t y. FINANCIAL CONDITION space is limited and we reserve the is gratifying and tell the others. It cts per OF TUB right to reject any article which we to learivfrom the volume ol the - , ANNOUNCEMENTS. TOWN OF MT. VERNON ""-' think should not appear. It is Fortheyearending .subject IA cts We re authorized to announce HON, Dec3i, 1909. game warden's mail on this the desire of this paper that the HJ&VEY'HELM as a candidate to that farmers in ell parts of the as Representative from the public take advantage of this op". state are keenly interested in the ' RECEIPTS Hfjjhth Congressional District subject to portunity. Of course this does conservation of the quail, whose Taxes collecttd for 1909 i $871 64 the action of the Democratic party. not mean, nor does it apply to arid value to the farmers as an insect forget are sellling Taxes collected tor 1908 190 00 advertising matter, death resolutdestroyer can hardly be estimated. Uncollected taxrs 19 J9 205.99 cost. This paper, moved by the best ions, notices and the like. Fines in Police Court interest of Mt. Vernon, is most 26.84 How very delightful it is for the Balance due treasurer Set cheap, see If nice assuredly opposed to any cows teachers and pupilsat the dormitory . beingpermitted on the streets $1,389.50 to wade knee deep in mud each Total 'Hard:m'?Ml for are The first step of a progressive and day to college. the WoijJC DISBURSEMENTS, healthy lown.is the forbtddtug of droves, etc. Trustees, ec'r whiter comes again Street work and pikes StOS..iQ BS l To have stock to run alVEe itor the leave? begin. to'Tall, have Old debts paid yyC'j' 173.54' !?S? r h a iX ' the streets means the rs.X caws upon 11 i! . back, Vones Street ' Notes paid off to banks 210.08 $2 " m sf ( orMilth and the the fence set sideAva accumulation itft C (a ! W. 4 widened and a put aown prisoners board at jail 40.10 -spreading of disease."- The plain all the way Irom Alum itxVilliams Marshal's salary 300,00 duty of the Trustee is toNeliminate Streets to Richmond Avenue. Trustees salaries 1908-0128.00 sSch a possibility. The more en- rlttvtlQ The commonest kind of common Clerk's salary nnrt nrnrrrttcii. 30.00 1!r1.Aa.t H3." decency requires this, . Lumber for culverts ' 2939 ,v in this community look to the 5S.65 .'HVpresentSboard for relief, believing To the uew firm of McKenzie & Engineering, survey etc., vw 3";.oo VS. McBee we extend our heartiest. Printing By Laws fii.Wt'hijt theyiiave both judgement aud s ...... carry out the felicitations and best wishes. May Priming ballots, adds, sufficient to . Couiic valentines received a with tliirty beven stiletto wound s" ers etc., firm of elegant young gentle-tvery plain duty. Kidtie disease is a dangerous THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER men have an elegant store aud Books, licenses, etc clerks You should uever delay staggering, blow from the postofficc in his 'body. ailment. More thr.n 25 000 26 90 OF MEN'S FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD. a moment to take some good, relia- - censors Chicago. office Messrs. Richards and cerrespondingly elegant trade. .Hello, "8UPERIOR TO OTHER MAKE8." In such of.lheni were oiidmiied and were ble, dependable leniedv 12.00 "I have worn W. L. Douclat hoe forths -- v you . jp the town purse IT not fun! Board of Equalization Saltnl iJia we neur you pat alx year, and alwaya find they are far cases we recommend DeWitt'S Kid urdumj noito be delivered on the superior to all other high grade shoes Inatyls, Assessor AND CURS THE CULMCS TUwe had sufficient money raised to support allnight lights, , nev and bladder Pills. comfort and durability." W. Q.JONE8, lheywere objectionable 650 . 110 Howard Ave., Utlca, N. Y, fund? Have we ' ttien supply us foreither the first Legal services are being used by ground,hat pletethe pike If I could tako you into my large fac- wonderful pills Wmi, .,. ... It was the busiest St Vatentiiie's risiu with fine tories at"Broe!cton. Mass.. antl show vou VITH For been dreaming or is it a case ol or second watches thereof. $1,389,50 how carefully, W. L. Douglas shoes aro results. They are for weak kid. day the Chicago postofllce ever had Total of tangle foot or av 0 .jme js better than none. .bad . brand mado, you would realizo why they hold neys, weak baclf, back ache, infla- the total :tal nuillLcr of valentines ' -r--JONAS McKKNZIK their shape, fjt better, wow longer, and' moonshine? Alas, no report yet. mmation of the bladder and al posted boiiig moreihau 25 ,oo o. are or greater valuo Uian any other tnaue, Now let the County Board of Chairman Board of Trusteed. (1A IITI will wager a W. I. Dor.ulni mine and criee urinarv disorders. Sold by Chasl Hevetige is now believed to be . MICE HLamraa 9H ,U INJDWII,' IIHIHMIHICi Jamks Makkt ' s h an k a, nA when they uauwo Fnn v.iiii at auku y uyoaiaraieu C. Davis -; .?.Ollat.lojkroeo..rtp.e the motive for the mur.der of ...... Cleric y.i..ir.,Dcmi, ljrocKlOD. imteiot Trial BoHio Free 'OLDS u. 4' tfc.lKpo,fit6e Plsof appIiiuWgie Charles Wiltshire, the wealthy AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQTIIOUBLES; High School building of cTusedthereby will make Lucy Hove manufacturer., vxiio was" GXTAItANTKKD SATISFAOXORY FOR FLETCHER'S Mud Yo'JHan atom Bavjt Ite Beantha UCU ourcuiire chizciisuijj w.11 oe found.dead in.hls factor) hi Cbtcago. OH MONEY BEFUNDZD. i.f.u ., AlKrial.t ' aliqekv SZ37?-4- . Htutw XZT . . "" Musmtproud :ne7 et hfi fli. is sho' lautng uowu. ", ,.- 'jlf f :H i , ?T & W"' JIVi ut,;,-.r.-- ,pr r - - mi YthlNUIN blUINAL Our merchant? are waking up to "Gocd wonting, How did you . ftjiy S35S';3et.fcc3S I ! WE HAVE from ;1;: Window to $ J. 00 i .' 'v " 50 Rugs " $8 Druggets .V " 25 Carpets Matting to to $25 50 to 36 " to -. . "" -- :':iMf r:m yd.'' .4f '''m-. .- "-- -r iM 'V Don't that we Blankets Comforts at WirBO mm mmzMsmsES SSWES . fr-r- t you want a Remember we wafe. "- -- Toilet headquarters, us. Furniture. , - - uf: - ' r7 .JL - rm l fJkii-ifV- mf- 1 , i'Vun.ge' post-thi- 1 21-7- pycryy,x: 1 Phone . MT. VERNON, KY. kdc:c9oc3c v i. m, tpcom-lenoHg- n iS-o- 'r N J Unde - a,.JW ou - '- - 1 X-- Ste t!L-- .t m ....:,.. OASTOIIIA. 1 Children Cry doyens long's usscopry CASTQR1A - ?li. ':i l" .!", fa' .T '? J .. jX3i.T.t v y; ' WulTWJISlfifc-'.C..Mr- . V r"-j- : 4E .!?,: 'r7ft :-'- ville yesterday. ?wvE P. M. Rasb and Bob Harmon 'VBKNOM, Ky. Feb i8. L9i0 5rt tj HiJSMT h ve purchased a saw mill from . 0. M. S'wder and are operating Cull an "No. 10" vhan T" . VLmNUft UUiWAL F. L. Thompson was In Louis- Neal Parrett and Fullen are in. Covington as Federal Grand Jiini. ' : . Fran-Cisc- o m MMtfiMiipit: X.' 1J4-T1 - C iw&y-- t vrt .ilWl1 'Mm?' i , O yon wrnnltiiCnmmuil ---- , '' r 3&atfL h ;. CkMI LOUISV'LIC ANAIMVIUCR Cai.l ov PuArtkst-take Ibis method ot th.itiktiifc the people 7 it near Hopewell. v; 01, mi vtrnon mr mcir kinuiitss Robert Hgrryaud Floyd Miller and sympathy sIhjaii ui dining the write from Colorado that each of sickness and death of our beloved them luve" good jobs witb the father and huMmtid. Santa Fe Railroad. IorMi Smith and'Motiier We -- .ft.' . I .C. 4.55 P m :Jii!7f4rJ)v Ijtorth.......! V,lf8 Jtorili: ...... IKSHTXfcSfi mm ..... TABLK. .;- I'l'inth W,. .. 2i.'iuth ,,. . . .... 3:52 ... 11: 14 ,;... a m a ir 12:19 n.m IAS. LandUUM, Vgcnt. ;APhna No. 58. omp viry desntthle farms on which J am in position to Svracue Chilled plov.and re ive inside prkts. If y.ni want to j.ftirs at Fih's Cash Store buy a farm .sec me, I can s.ive joii Reniemlier the musical at the noney. Terms td suit uurcha.ser Call on or addiess college chapel Ihit eventng. A. li. Furnish.-Mt- . W. M. Owens, of Burr, shipped Vernnnt Kv t'i '9Qi gf.o"-- t 57 vforlk " cgn,"-KeeMt. LOUA have lor sale Farming Lands eor Sale I yW' '..'SBjlS . -- nimnvni - it Are Kcaoy mi "7? "'?-- ? ' "Si, ,w"3 Ti vl.TiTr-.'.- - y Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. rotoBie r Mst)titt.iin a ninll mHr r Dry, Get your umbrella at Fish's cash More. Prepare for the rainy days. SCALES: WlLLSSLt. AT PERSONAL , Toledo Computing A BARGAIN. 'PlIONR V .. G. M. Ballard was in Qnnrtau. , Stanford WIRE, WRITE OR SEE J. FISH. ww 'wf jSSC ''vV'' .'"J','?; barn cured Ky. Bluegrasssted $1.20 200 bushels extra nice Grchard Grass seed $1.50 JAs D. Shelby, Junction City, Kv. George Thompson has been deputy U. S Marshal (or another four years. Mr,Thomp 'Mrs. SueButner. son has been in the service 22 Miss Martin Ping, of Walnut years and from point of service is Grove was with her cousin Mr. J. marshal in the state. T. Proctor Tuesday. A message was received yesterMrs. Suah Maret, widow of the day announcing the death of Mrs late Alva Maret, has biensick at Amanda Lemrick, of Cordova Ky. Her home near"Wildie. Mrs. Lemrick was a siter of Mrs. . Bro R. M. Hopkins State G. M. Ballard. The burial will passed take place tomorrow at Corinth Ky. V Evangelist, of Louisvill-i- , yesterday going south. jthrough C. C. Cox will open March 1st. Will E. Smith, who is braking an line of groceries in on the Pennsylvania Line from fpr furni the room he ??' ..V.UiUIUUUS IU PmnKiniit Je Immo ture and which recently was oc.!.... uuliiuau, . uvu.v MP .' ior a lew pays. cupied by A. H. Hamlin, as a C3SJ9CS A. W. Stewart writes that h ware limine for fl u", menl etc. ai- - Mr. Hamlin will IHUVCI1U IIUI" fc 13 3IUWI hi up an office ,tack of pneumonia and is able to and ware room at bis mill, where go about the house. v he will be prepared to supply all M. L. Deuham was here Monday demands for good flour, meal and vA Marion is still running between ships tuff. Corbin and Etawah, and looks to Mr." W. B. Smith, aged 68, died be enjoying the very best oi health. at the home of his sister, Mrs. . Mrs. Anna E Miller returned M. J. Miller, Sunday of pneumonia yesterday morning from a delight and other complications. Mr. Jul visit of one month to her uncle Smith was at his sisters when taken Georgo Evans of St,' Joseph sick and grew worse so rapidly that &riiU he was never able to be taken to a former Rockcastle his home, which is only a little M. R Jones man but now a successful farmer of over a quarter of a mile distance 9f tt jjjVilla Grove, III., has beou with his away. Mr. Smith was born and brother, W. H. Jones, at Wildie a reared in this county and has always made bis home here week. . wife and one daughter ' Deputy U. S. Marshall George He leaves a Miss lone Smith. Short luneral Thompson and F. P. Elliot were services were conducted Monday ' here from London vesterday round !w-.- :' Come again afternoon at the borne of Mrs, "iug up Miller, by Mr. W. H. Cox, after gentlemen. which the remains were laid to to Mrs. W. L, Richards rest in Elmwood cemetery. Richmond Wednesday to be exAt Pine Hill, a few days ago amined by the Drs. Gibson. Mrs. during the heavy snow, a fteight Richards has been in bad health took siding. George Durham of for several weeks. Junction City, one of the brak6men Mrs. H. I. Mu.lins. who had began throwing snowv balls at such a close call from the effects Toney Hatcher, of LevelGreen, of pneumouia and . heart trouble this county who wasAanother is slowly improving, but still in a brakeman. Hatcher nulled bis very serious condition. pistol and fired into the ground a Mr. Payne Smith, of Alton Ky., few feet from Durham The bajl jtLi'y. is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Ina D. the rail, 'glanced and struck Miller and family. Mr Smith has struck Durham in the Hip, inrecently been honorably discharged flicting a very piintul and it is '"'r .. from the U. S. Navy on accountof feared may prove serious wound. a broken arm. JVhile Hatcher evidently had no ; .. 1 ,D. G. Roach, of Manchester, intentions of hurting Durham, yet sSESc for the who is district agent OiTJ (&& Citizens Life Ins. Co.,' Louisville, it was a ver y foolish act on bis patt, and should prove a lesson to j4' Tuesday. Dan, is him as well as all other pistol was here making good, in the insurance totcrs. business and his many friends in Tack McKinnev, Wednesday shot Mt. Vernon will be glad to learn and fatally wounded George Harpof his success. er, Irom the effects of which Harp, Steve Harasey, the old butcher er died yesterday morninVatthree will be ready for business in hi's He has o'clock. Jack McKinney is j son shop one day next week. been housed up on account of of Mr. Daje McKinney Andva of Harper, the man sickness for past eight or nine brother he killed. Mr. David McKinney weeks- - He says this is the first lapse be .has made in past eight owns quite a boundary of land in .years and will be on hands with the southern patf of the county and Harper had been living on his the goods from now on Mr. David McKin 'Mr Green. Sowder, of Salem, ney, land and wanted to rent the - Ind., who has been sick of land for another year, and over pneumonia at Ihe borne of Gran this the trouble started. McKin. Cummins, on the Somerset road, ney shot four times with , ftrthree weeks wasirable, tobe 38 pistol, Harper to further particu- a but is r" taken on a cot to the home' of ibis we have been unable to learn, daughter In Indianapolis Ipd-,- , lars as the trouble occurred in Pulaski '. Sunday. Dr- - G. 0.,P,rice, of'Jtercl county and McKinnev was arrested Green, wurihas been attending ir.--, anil taken to 'Somerset. Both men accompanied nim.-. Tnriiniiffnnlis and savs h stnriH,riti were married ana we understand - 7 " "" """V.5 r, n r xr t " t line, . , ' parpcruau. 2XttLchjJdreu. trip; -( the-olde, -:- weunesaay. Miss Anne Tate is visiting ;. . vitant relatives In Brodhead. E. B, Brn.vn is now running a brand new delivery wagon. A. H. Hamlin made a business trip to Williamsburg Saturday " Mrs., Willis Adams. has returned visit to her sous in from a Kansas. Levi Pennington has moved his t ""family back from Laurel county to " a farm near here. Miss Bessie Berry is very sick . .'of nneumonia at the home of .; 0ii. . Dr. John M. Williams was here Ball Band Rubber Boots are the best the world affords. They are sold exclusively in Mt. Vernon at Fish's Cash Store. James A. Hamm, aged 21, a son of George M. Hamm, died last Friday of consumption at the home of his father near Leyel Green. ' For Sale. 50 bushels - rt. &' .' EMo. $ " "ft?? boot-legger- t w-i- JV-- Vernon Lodge No. 14 (Masonic) is located at Georgetown named for George Washingtons. home. Ashland Lolge No. 64 ns the name of our home institution and was named for the home olace of Henry OJay away back' in 1847 when the members, in eluding the Dyserts, Williams and other partisans of that noted statesman of the Whig party The entertainment at the college chapel this evening should he well patronized, and those who fail to go will miss a rate treat. Miss Shanklin and Mr. Michel are both artists in their line and the entertainment which they will give will deserve a most liberal patronage. Miss Keys, music teacher of the Brown Memorial has gone to considerable expense to have them come here and we certainly hope the people of Mt. Vernon will show their appreciation-oher efforts to give them a pleasant evening's entertainment hy coming put. Admission only 25 cts. Our good friend W. M. Owens, the merchant at Burr postoffice, two and half miles south east of this place, has recently made addition to his store rooms to accommodate his increasing trade. For the accommodation of his customers he has arranged toost daily the weather forecast, received by telephone from Louisville via Mt. Vernon telephone exchange Back in 1902 Mr, Cwns put up a little 10 x 12 storehouse on a big flat rock, from the proceeds of the sale of a watch, an old ho calves and a few.shoatsX His stock of goods was o limited that most everyoue predicted failure except those who knew of what stuff "Monkey Bill" was made of Today after seven years of hard work and strict attention to business liberal and straight dealing he has an establishment rigdt up in the front ranks of the leading merchants of Rockcastle. The Stratford Literary Society of Brown Memorial School gave a very interesting intertainment at College Chapel Wednesday evening Although on account ot rain the audience was not large, but those present felt fully repaid for their trip. The recitations and songs were well rendered. Four young men of the school debated the question, "Resolved that Lcal Option is preferable to State Wide Prohibition". All speeches were well gotten up and well delivered. The judges, Supt. J. W. Kincer, Miss Nell McFerron and Mr. A B. Furnish decided in favor of the affirmative alter some deliberation. Next Iriday night, the 25 tb, tns. this society will try Georee Washington for cutting down the cherry tree. This would be given the 22nd. inst., Washington's birthday but it comes on Tuesday near middle of week and would interfere too much with their studies, so they postpoued It until Friday night the 25th. -f S- r- H i v - K MEN'S AND BOY'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS ?' It Has Been Our Pleasure To Show -- ' With -- READY the Finest Line of READY -- & ni r" ' - iI B " -- --: ift if- With a Complete Assortment ot Everything OMEN'S AND BOY'S FURNISHINGS, HATS, SHOES' n f$?K;' REA DY With The Best Values In Town lt :v. ji"i -- M.- READY TO SHOW YOU '.it' ''iv,i-- . a w;;.;; W twlu TSU , - 'sm .a i. SmmmismmimSS MT. YEIINON'S LEADING CLOTHIER ALL AROUND CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE. , 4k .'. 1 & ' i.wiK' PHONE 77 ? 5aWBfl5? X had doped to jeffersonyiiie and g!!!!Hn!!n!!!!Hii!n?tHn!m!!!imn!!nn!!HmninimininitiK were married at 11 a.m., uy Magis cr jRT. VERNQN trate Keywein. After the wedding tn uacK uicv iiumcu me nyei PRACTICAL overcn the "Lord's" side, where they spent a week at theSeelbacb, UNDERTAKERS. s L after which they came back home 5 'FUNERAL DIRBCTOES, and were met here and were escortvAHed to Mr. and Mrs. Smith's, the E3IBALIKB8 rgIHM-V'-fiM- r bride's parents, and from there to c Mt. VernoB,.Iy. 3 Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hir.tt's, parents ol the groom. They retuaned to Brodhead Sunday and arc at home to all friends with Mr. and Mrs J 3 Licened Embalmor will have charge of that line of 3 W. Hutcheson, on Silver street. : work for the company. est "Shortie" is the only son of Mr Allen Hiatt and holds the position 5 Orders by wire promptly tilled. Hearso sent to all points. of assistant cashier of Citizens bank Manager of this place. He is a young man of sterling qualities and numbers Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE his friends by the score. Mrs. Hiatt is the of Mr. and iiiuiiiiiaiiiuiiuiiuiiuiiaiaiaiuwiiiiiunuuiuiiuuiuiuii Mrs. R. L. Smith and. is a voung lady with all the requirements of perfect womanhood and Mr. Hiatt is to be congratulated on winning such a fair damsel as hil helpmate. They had been sweet hearts'since childhood and yetthe wedding came as a great surprise to most all their friends. Here's wishing them a life of nothing but pleasure and CARRIES ONE OF THE BEST LINFS OF happiness and "heart felt sympathy to all the disappointed aiid heart broken ones." AT BllOUHEAD, -- in-la- falher-in-law'- st -- L w -- kk i"t & There is more slckijess in and around Brodhead than was ever Gripp, pneumonia and known. rheumatism- arc the prevailing dis eases. Hardly a tamily in town where no one is sick. Mr. and Mrs. A. M, Hiatt have returned from their honeymoon trip and have taken rooms with Mr. and Mrs J, W. Hutcheson on Silver street. C. H. Frith has accepted a position with Altsheler & Co , of Louisville, as their representative in this territory. Here's hoping '"Old Chuck" will make good Jack McCall and Mrs. Ike Herron are here attending the bedside of their mother, Mrs. Judith Chest nut,' who is very lowol pneumonia at the home of her son, Jop Mc Call. Mrs., Monie Dunn, of Danville, is the guest of her sister. Mrs. J. G. Frith. F. Francisco left Wednesday . for Covington where he is summoned as U. S. grand juror and while away he will visit his daughter, Mrs. W. E. Sproule, at Paris. O. E. Lawrence has returned to Lebanon Jet. after a three, weeks stay with home folks here. Chas. S. Lvons will erect a handsome manutactu,ing plant here soon wh'ch will give employment to thirty men. We are only too glad to welcome Mr. Lyons and wish that more such s Telephone Users:-Muc- 1i -- would better come to the best service and satisfaction would be town on eartb. Thos. W. Evans, had if users would pay more at- of Lebanon Junction, and Mort tention to rules and regulations. Roberts, of Louisville, were with Five minutes conversation over toll home folk? a few days last week. lines is the limit set and is long Virgil Martitt' has a very severe atenough for general purposes. This tack of pneumonia.--Mis- s Anna means subscribers. If you can't Tate, of Mt. Vernon, is a very finish your conversation in five pleasant vis.'tor of Mr. and Mrs. J. minutes, call again later, remember W. Tate. Mrs. (1 C. Wilson is visiting her parents at May wood Those numbered with our sick are vflu riPht hut rnnnt An c u ... and others overide and ignore Mesdames. John Robbms, M, E. regulations. Remember these Wilmott, M, S. Durham', F. L. things when you use the telephone Durham, T.S. Frith, Maurice Frith, A reasonable use of the phone, H.' L. Tbarp, W. H. Sowder, R. H. within town limits, by is not objected to but it Hamm, Judith Chestnut and the inust be remembered that its a Messrs. Chas. Owens, N. E. and L. matter of accommodation extended A. Testermhnjyirgil Martin, D. oy me leiepnone company, not as R. Belcher,? Walter Robins and a right or compulsion. Clerks and John SlgnuV)-0n last Tuesday others engaged where a subscribers nrAu !ad WOke phone is located, should under-.frQm' hMfUeW slumber to find stand its a matter otcourtv tended them, it allowed to callnuor- tnat A, Hiatt, age 25, soh line. and not a matter Asf ripbi, of Mr. rfnaVJfs Allen HfaU, and Don't call except Miss Lfllie daugh- tor doctor or case ifcereencv. tv, M.lrlh u ,r - g sSsaBl&v CEMl. I 3 Kft 2 COUCH METALIC CASKETS Coffins and Robes. tr I g 3 GEORGE OWENS, li only-chil- d ;$pd$tf!$& &dxSfrZA STOKES J. J, STOKES. vX. ' PINE HILL r.RMRP JUil(JUlii MPPfHAW:nKP l.lUlNWiiili.iWM Aany Country Store in the County, enter-prise- XZtTlaLlT i Mrs. Tom Cliff is very sick. Mrs. Barges is moving back from Corbin. Miss Mamie McHargue has been visiting her sister Mrs. L. G. Falin, at Livingston. W. H. Carmical was in Mt. Vernon Sunday and Monday. Miss Cora Auderson was at home a few days ago. Little Rosa Maniel was at Crab Orchard a lew davs last week. David Cottongim is talking of moving to Mt. Vernon. Miss Lottie Carmical visited her grand- p. s. AVe have good Shingles for sale at 12.50 pc&x;-- .pefe e per thousand. ,' T . LBW, etc afterfm. - 'ii , 3l mother Friday and Saturday. Mrs Rachel Durham irolowly improving. R. B. Sams was here Tuesday. Miss Martha Burdine returned to Mt. Vernon last week after spending a few days at home. Th. little child of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Orton wtfch was burned is some better. W. H. Cottongim was at home Saturday until Monday Ficd Cottongim is talking of moving from; Blanche to Pine Hill. Dock J'jhnson is thinking of going to California. There will be protraciea meeting Degin here t. I GRANVILLE OWENS I jti&oya$ 5ftPc8Dc9rpc UNDERTAKER J e3cxnDcj t Brodhead Ky A COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes. All Mail, Telegraph or Tl.; phone ordera Promptly Filled. 'i SM' c."" JM $$33HfcoC$3lC8 X 4 Women have-pal- r 1 " at- tffctt&fr "V ' . J 7P V- - S3'v 8HSKJ5K t SSS2-.CL Better Not Get Dyspepsia it '' iX .. is. COMMISSIONERS SAgE ItOCK CASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Mt. Vernon, ' Ky. Feb. i6t9io. J. R French, Plaintiff, - vs. Commissioner Sale, , If you can Help' Kodol prevents Dyspepsia, by " effectually helping Nature to Relieve Indigestion. But don't trifle with Indigestion. - "t 1 tt! A great many people who havo I a partial digester and physics are 'trifled with Indigestion,, havo boon not digesters at all. Kodol Is a perfect digester. If orrjr for it when nervous or chronic dyspepsia resulted, and you could seo Kodol digesting every "they havo not been able to cure it. particle of rood, of all kinds, in tno s In our laboratories, Use Kodol and prevent having glass you Mould know this Just as well Dyspepsia. ' as wo do. Everyone is subject to Nature and Kodol will always ' derangement follows in stomach abuse, Just as naturally cure a sick stomach butmust order and Just as surely as a sound and to bo cured, tho Btomach restsrest. ths healthy stomach results upon the That is what Kodol does stomach, while tho stomach gets taking of Kodol. C. When you experience sourness well. Just as simple as A, U, of stomach, belching of gas and Our Guarantee nauseating fluid, bloated Bensatlon, Go to your druggist and gnawing' pain In tho pit of the lar bottle. Then altertodayhare get a dol you eml lb stomach, heart burn entire content of tba bottle If you caa that It ua diarrhoea, headaches, dullness or Honestly any, tbo bottle lonot dona you any pood, return tua druggist and chronic tired feeling "you need Ko- ne HI refund your money without ques you tako tion or delay. We will then pay tba dri dol. And then the quicker bottle. elet for Kodol the better. Eat what you druggists tba tbat onrDont hesitate. guarantee l good. know Thin o(Ter applies to the large bottle only want, let Kodol digest it. and to but one In a family. The large botOrdinary, pepsin "dyspepsia tab- tle contains 2H lUne aa much as the fifty lets," physics, etc, are not likely cent bottle. , Kodol Is prepared at the labor to be of much benefit to you, in cigestlv aliments Pepsin is on!yltoiIesotE.C.DeVitt&Co.,ChIcago. test-tubeh John Isaacs, Defendant By virtue of u judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Cir gnit Court rcnderel n. the December term thereof tOjt), I shall pro- .ceed to offer for bale at the front door of the Court House, in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky, to the highest and best bid-d- t r, at public auction, on Sold by CHAS. C. DAVIS J A 'J "The Old Reliable" IW 8 t 4 any urn,' or l ntenc lueuiuiuo yoi see advertized in the Sioxvr, can bo found at ;TI1E OLD RELIABLE." Cheapest Drug St'oro in the county. luosfc MONDAY, THE aSth DAY OF rfiJIJKUAKY, 1910, b.'tween the hours of o, o'clock a. m., and 4 o'clock p. m. (being reg ular Counts' Court DovJ.on a credit of six months, the following tract of land, loaned in RockcatIe County, Kentucky, 011 the water of Copper Creek, and known as the lot from Thomas Hurst, supposed to be four acres, mote or lets Beginning in the middle of the aforesaid creek; thence up said creek with the meanders to the water biroh, corner to Mut King's corner, corner tree is now down, stone pm in place marked "H';; thence s, about 50 poles e, about iY poles to a white oak tree in ffi Conway's line; thence s, about 31 in w, with Conway's line with wire fence, now stands to a stone in T. D. Hursts' line marked "K"; thence westwardly crossing toud to beginning. I'W the purchase pr'ce the purchaser nmt execute, bond with ap proved fctuirity, bearing interest from date of sale until paid and hiving the force and J effect of a Bidders rnuit be pre judgment. pared to comply with these terms. G. S. Gkipi'IN, Master Commissioner, R C. C. . :: I :i -- S. C. DAVIS, South Side Main Street, 1 MT. VERNON, - KY. m m '. 9 8 tt UNDERTAKES. tflfct NURSING MOTHERS show the beneficial effects of iiwnBi :Al I orders-by aii tl Our line of Coucli Caskets Ooffinsfurnished Hearse sent to all parts of x ll Prnnt.tr Hand-made Scott's Emulsion W U Wire Promptly-Filled- . win "v. 1 tt W. A. COX, 94--S in a very short time. It not only builds her up, but enriches the mother's milk and properly nour- nL V Phtrab T3. MT. VERNON, KY. i i . I " - . t X!C3; Jc(X30C33CC38DeC - - n U yti&x&tt -- "Z - X Vdt .'w S J B& aiRa.-w ? k 1 n lep Up With The - 1 - t Ll S k XTonnnes iiavo neen spent inai woum unxzie tne oui v , ., , . h WS.'iii. . j, . . 'S 1. n rv n 1. ..t.t.lH iV" tt. iJ'J ' . TIMES I lPr hlintnnnfi mnn ts-- I h l.... 4 . .. irruss uiut is uumir inmic muiisr uusinoss lines. oo mo 1 fcfEOPLES' BANJC t this method to let the people know that they are prepared, to take care of your busine&s, either largo is tajcing 7 The following is the still more curious answer: 'Sir: I perstied your oration with tuu.'h deliberation at the children. great infatuation of your imagina-ti- t n to show venerarion on ' FOB BALS BY XIX UBUOOIHTS so slight a foundation But after 8ed 10c., n.me of ptpcr nd thli i. for oar jxnuiinatio i nnrt m.ich erinis- ;,m bMutltnl StU( Bank and Chlld'a templatiou Isuipie our anim Xaok bank contalna a Oowl Luck Penny. tion was the fru t ol recreation or SCOTT & BOWNE. 409 Peul St., New York had. sprung from ostentation lo display ) our education by uu odd enumeration, or rather multiplica tion, of words of the same tetmi nation, though ol great variation WALLPAPERING, In each respective signification. DEC0KAT1NG. ETC. Now. without disputation, vour laborous application in so tediou commends LARGE STOCK OP PAPER AL an occupation deserves imitation a tion, and thinking WAYS ON HAND. sufficient gratification, I am, with out hesitation, yours "Mary Mo duration" Our work is guaranteed. ' .. Bketob-Boo- ishes 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 food-toni- Dear Eflar: I have never bclore ap eared in M. A Chasteen, Plaintiff. print agitating any question of local interest, but being one ol the Sale. older ladies, having resided here Myrtle Johnson, V L. John a'.l my lileand having a ery great son, Suiin Hales, Laura desue to see the town do well,' I BleS and lames O. Dobbs, am moved to say a word about Defendants ; the Lows beiug permitted to run By virtue of (i judgment and or and glaze upon our stieeih. ol It produces so much filiu un(der of'iJl- ....,1 tite,t R .. ckcastle Cir..:, n.,. n Wlllh c .Wllll, ItllU ICU tli bllC lCVCIll looks so Vt ry bad to ste such, tli her term tl'ereof iu 9. I slinu pro I Caucoi refrain ruin cxpresfiii i;eed to offer tor .iale a' the Iroiw the hope tha: the Tuwi. Tiusiees oik in Mt will ureeut uny kind of stock dnor dI the Court Countv, from lunnmg at large in t ic limit.--, Verticn, Rfckca-il- e - n ' 'lie lw''--- t iid o the town. II our pexpie dtr, at puMlic'uactio , mi hope to succeed uurt 'liave a iel Clean, utiracuvf, biisiiena-likcit. , MONDAY, THE 28th DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1910, tneu we nnit ml wolc togeiher to tieuutil our couimui y in every Urtwi the toil's of 9 o'cl ck n. way pd!)ble. (otfttii Tliefirsi itceaurv in , .ind lutir u clock p, Sicp is .0 preveut Muok Iioiu beiug regular County CJourt Day), on a credit of six mouth'', the following on the Mrt.eC8. u the Uourd ol trad ojlriud locati.d on the waters I buxc'lauN; e Creek, in Rockcaselieve they Will of Round-.tTrustees and stride to adopt holesomela'As and tle County, Kentucky, and boundthen enforce tllem when enucted. ed as follows: In closing may 1 humble pruy Beginning tit a black gum sprout, tbat our foremost citizens will be corner to M. M. Sims, in line of J. more active An pusluug.along and J. Wren; thence his line s, 23 w, 88 giving more tteed to the needs of poles to a stake, corner to J. J. Wien; thence his line s, 75 e, 20 We uoles the town tian heretofore. to a black oak corner to Kobt have many good men in our Smith; thence his line s, 23 w, 59 midst, but the towti so greatly poles to a sycamore on the bink ol needs more intetcst shiitvn by Li. tie Clear Creek; thence with tho them in an endeavor to advance creek s, 27 w, 8 pole to n poplar, W. H. Jones; thenco his corner our churches and schools; in pro- line n, to w, 69 27 poles to his corner; moting the cause of better roads, ihences,32j4 w, 34 poles to anoth larger trJdenud iu fact every tbiug cr of his corners; thence n, 20 w. that tends to build up and 44 poles to a black oak; thence 11, 12 poles to tt white oak on the bank beautify our beloved towu. of xouudstouc Creek; thence with With a genuine good wish for the creek n, 18 e, 16 poles to a the growth, Lcautification and black oak on the bank of the creek; prosperity of Mt. Vernon, I beg thence e, 7 poles to a slake, corner to Martin; thence hit line n, 9 e, 42 to remain, A of all, poles to a maple, corner to M. M. Sims; thence his line .Mks D. N. Williams . poles to the beginning, n, 87 e, 74 containing 63 acres, morejor less. old-timLOVE L'ETTERS. For the purchase price the pur chaser n 11st execute bond with apIn an old book, dated 1820, theie proved security, bearing interest is the following very curious love from dale of sale until pv'd, and epistle. It affords an admirable having the forcn and effect of a judgment.. Bidders must be pre play upon words: a"MADAMU-Mo-st worthy of ad- pared to comoly with these term.". miration After long consideration G. S. Grifimn, on the great and much med Master Con mUsioner, R. C. C. reputation jou posses in .the natiou, I have a sirong inclination The famous little liver pil's are to become our lelation On jour approbation of the declaration, I JeWitt s Little lirtrlv risers Thc shall m ike prep iration to remove are safe, sure, gentle andiasyto When you ak for DeWitt's my Mtintiou to a more convenient tr.ke U.irbolized Witch Hazel Salve restation, to profess my admiration, fine ani if such obligation is worthy of tion to ncccyt a substitute or imitn DeWitt's Cutboltzed Witch obiervation and can obtain Coraiiit:-sione.s fr COMMISSIONEHS SALE HOCK- CASTLE CIRCUIT C0U11T. ! Pale-Fac- ed dark circles under eyes, drawn features and tired, worn-oexpressions, you need a tonic. The tonic you need is Cardui, the woman's tonic. You ladies, who e faces, sallow complexions, ut are specifically adapted for women's needs. They act on the womanly organs and help to give needed strength and womanly frame. vitality to the worn-oCardui is a vegetable medicine. It contains no minerals, no lion, no potassium, no lime, no glycerin, no dandrugs of any kind. gerous, or It is perfectly harmless and safe, for young and old to use. ut habit-forming It is the best tonic for women, because its ingredients I 1 1 Ken-lut'- ky, tei j 43 M? C ARDU The Woman's Tonic Write to: Ladles' Advisory Dept , Chattanooga Medicine Co . Chattanooca. Tenn., lor Special Instructions, and64-paz- c boolt, "IlomerTrcatmcnt tor Woycn." sent free. e 111 "After my doctor had done all he said he could for me," writes Mrs. Wm. Hilliard, of Mountainburg, Ark., "I took Cardui, on Hit advice of a friend, and it helped me so much. "Before taking Cardui, I had suffered from female troubles for five years, but since taking it, I am in good health. "I think there is some of'the best advice in your book that I ever saw." Your druggist sells Cardui. Try it o well-wish- two e I c, Hazel Salvei; good (itr nmtl intr it .vill lean agraudi-zathbeyond all calculation of when vou need a salve, and it is the joy I nd exultation ol yours, eapeciajly good for piles Sold by ''Sans "0 Chas. C. Davis n Dissimulation. For Salic Oiehoine and lot n Livingston and my farm of too acres near Roundstone section well improved. Will sell at bargains. W. B Dec 17 Sigmon, Wildie. Ky. 3m. M. U MYERS, W.A.Carson Dsotiat or small, so start business with us. . W. A. UAItSON, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Wfth best wishes, &w. PEOPLES BANK, . Brodhead Jarhe. ' 'i V' yxy, "FARM 'w:3'.V'-e'dlTahd'wlieri-vo- .BRODHEAD KY,. ytffrc&3vyd&$ LANDS .. rn. Granite and Marble Monument.4 and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT & FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Pence. D. B. Albright, Manager C.C. ?VilliariB, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW- , Why go West and pay more for Minimprov- n can buy nicely improved orftnrl' --. ., l C j nikfl vnnrl. , rural tniiil', nnni ormrl b fa vnninfififls:7l "town of f()00 population? .. farms in" KnntnTrv. with nil fhn VERNON. KY. OFFICE. On std. floor o The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church street. Special attention given to collections. Phone No. 80 MT. t Ji r V If youwant a good farm at A ' the" 'right price, 3 C MeCLARY and located in tho right places seo me at - Mt; Vernon, Kyv Miller Hotel ta fLoufevillo,,, i Any size, and any price farms, 50 miles from .1. X i " r4. . '&'' w4 urtL'wJjfct1 .tuV - yf,. J Sj: r ' fregM.M VM'tfWSrt'O ,BnEJYm-jMKKMm- rl ',- i.ii nab -- thi&i i.iu Jt . . Taa '' - flBsfBBHis ,,, IVUVi . Stanford, Kv. cans for favonti-are seeking office under the Ad- J. P. Baumgartner, eritorofthe ministration and that it contained Santa Ana, Cal., Rppister, ws nothfng new, convincing or tndi. Of elected pie.'identiof the National ac Cat,V, nf Ser?4'' Putp"e to A DEALER in Marbles complish needed and promise !j. x T.t E Htorlal Af.'ociatioa at their con uranno " o muuuiuuum vi uu reforms. ! t x vention in, Nr$. n ?. o re,H,cjmsicii- Wa?rtQf00' fninlvhaA1 MB"" r .. - c -J t y " S Majifed-tR- ein ntspecan at tticLlncolntti .ft. AropWof- - K,fpike and others, 'Wd r, ou twe 12UI day oi fccptembeciiooo, nd bHuquet'-ToKMHCSUOli. HUgKe", RTAKEP and EMBALMER ..lk1!- -. ' Hff' m ... .ilrtijA rvitriJVTCi n.- 4UUIVj me uced 18 trt refortl.ln tiu Clrl'c riffim. ATnrlr' n.llnuJ itu. '11. 1. jai.utr. ogranmc wm put' Tafthi v J, tbfoji BooVfiS, wept. Tmcu 3 w 4 Ww Prwiiieat for a stcotd ; fi m h Lucamai. N. C,, ''and I've had good health ever since" Cure stomach, UVer andkidney troubles, WW, NUU. UUU UILVIII ,JUUIU Bnteed'by.CHasf C. JJavis. hickory with lilack oak pointers at 7; acres in timber, the rest n a good thence s, 39 w, 37 jioles to a chestnut state of cultivation; 18 acres in cak with a double hickory pointer at 8; MT., VERNON, KY. poles lo a chestnut wheat, good fencing, well watered thence s, 23 e, I7 ' Will be in office at "Livingston onk with pointers at 9; fourth corner by springs; two good houses, two also to t'reston lajlor's alias i;amel every Monday, barns, all out buildings survey; thence s, 84 e, good Roberts' 50 acre 38 poks to a white oak on n branch ai necebsacy. This farm is iu Pulaski Work guaranteed 10; thence 11, 4I er f.6 poles across a county, one mile north west of branch to a large stonpug v hite oak, This now fallen, wi h pointers tt h ancli at Flat Lick Stone Church. 11; thence 11, al e. 33 poks to a white farm will be sold at a bargain. Wa Buy oak, with white oak and beech pointers Call on me at the farm, or address nt I2; thence u, 42$ e, 38 polet to a me at Vullej Oak, Ky. unple and fallen poplur ami .Hltlas ftnd Wm. Wilson. pointer nt 13; n, 74 e, 3I roles to a Weal hickory, with white oak pointer at 14; Ii1 you will just tube Kodol now Feathers. Tallow. BtiiwaX.l thence s 82 w, 62 poles to a white oak Glnaens, Golden Seal, (Yellow iu a gap of n ridge at is; thence 11. 9 w. and then vou need not fear or hesiRoot), May Apple, WlldGlnter. 38 poles to a Spanish oak and hickory at tate to eat all the cood food that etc. We are dealersi eitibllihed In1856 "Over half a century In Louisville" ibiiueiicen, 11 e, 73 poles 10 tnrce w lute you want, I01 Kodol will digest and can de better for you than agenit oaks aiid-- a poplar at ,1; thence with Vvli!ite v'e r von i e(U" . DENTIST or commission merchants. Reference, any 1;od01 's ',or Talor's first line 11, 2 s, 238 poles to the I ' Bank In Louisville, Wrlti for weekly price 'MT. VERNON,-KY- . Koool beginning, and containing 85 acres, but weak and sour stomnches. i list and shipping tsgt, acres is pleasant to take, and it is onur- Ofllco nl residence on Main Tt. there is excluded six nud M. Sabel & Sons, .an'eed to elie relief at nnro SrM Crown and Bridge Worlds offthe west end of the first tract. LOUISVILLE, KY. 229 E. Market St. TRACT No 1. bvChas. C Davis. Specialty Work guarantted negiuuing nt a black cak In a drain; thence running with old (iiMsiumu Divid R. , Frai.cis, of Missouri LIFE ON PANAMA CANAL to the lop of the mountain, comeriilg on caiad lllat "e w-- q in tlle race fo with sapling pointhas had one frightful drawback-malari- a Mount Vernon Monumental a stooping white oak, division line north,- succeed Senator Warren in crs; thence with the the trouble-tha- t has brought crossing the State road; thence to the Unit-- d qPnntR and will suffering and death to thousands' 5?,a.lfS, topoftlieliilltoasiiiaUvvhilcoakintle WORKS The germs cause chills, fever and east line of the original survey; thence ni ike a fini.sli fight for the place, , .... with the corner; thenca the division line ague, bilousness, jaundice, lassitude Minority lender ''Champ' Clark south to ihe beginning com?r, contaiiK weakness and geueial debility. But ing4oncies more or kss. aa j other Icadeis in Washington do Electric Bitters never fail to deTRACT No. 4. not believe that tiie President's ibept and cure malaria troubstroy lightning at a white oak and walnut Lincoln day steech strengthened les. "Three bottles completel) stump 111 the R. C. Adams hue and Wid- cured me of a severe attack of maowGreshain line, thence across the field elther the Administration or the laria,'' writes Wm. A. Fretwell, ol j to a stump and stone at a coal bank; Republican They party, ms? At Residence on Old Mpin purchased by said Arnold the 20th day of March, I908, of Andrew Owens and Ida Ouens and the deed is of tecord in said Clerk's office in Deed Eook No. 23, Citirens JJank, riaintiff. page 220. s. l'or the pur. hose price the purchaser Commissioners f ale must execute bond with approved securJ. h. Arnold and Polly Arnold, ity, bearing interest from date of sale unDefendants. til tvilil mill Itntritiir tlm fm-r- fi.i.1 rrAA. ". nytiriue of a judgment and order of of n HML'iiK'iit. Didders must be I .7 tire. sale of ths Rockjis'ls Circuit Co irt ren-- 1 pared to comply with these terms. dereil at tho December term theieof G. S. GRlPl'IN. 1909, I slialf proceed to offer for talc at Master Commissioner. R. C. C. the front door of the Court House in JMt Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky, STAGGERS SKEPTICS. to the highest and best bidder at public That a clean, nice, fragrant comauction, on pound like Butklin's Arnica Salve MONDAY, THK 28th DAY OP I'KK- - will instantly relieve a bad burn, RUARY, J9)o, cut, scald, wound or piles, staggers between the hours of 9 o'clock a.m., skeptics, But great cures prove and 4 o'clock p. m. (lieing the regular s a wonderlul healer of the County Court Day), on a credit of six worst sores, ulcers, boils, felons, months, the four following tracts of laud eczema, skin eruptions as also located in Rockcastle County, Kentucky, :happed bauds, sprains and corns, and bounded as follows: Try it, 25 cents nt Chas C. Davis. TRACT No. 1. negiuuiu at a Mune nt A, set tip where the original pointer once stood where a blatk oak was called for in the original patent; thence by said patent s, 37H w. 12 ioleJ across the Statu road, in Derea Bank & Trust Co., etc PliT. all $b poles to a Hickory and tallcn unite oak at 11, with several saplings marked Vs ) Notice to hear proof of claims. as pojnlej2ih,cnce s, $H e, I20 poles to a stone at a fallen black oak in a drain at Ida Wood admrx ofa C, w ith the natural set stones marked as -pointers, about 6 poles below an old coul - J. J. Wood. 'Dcc'd. Deft. bank; thence r, 6$ e, 63 poles across the I will on Monday the 28 day of rojd at "8 poles strike southwest State bank of Rouiulstonu Creek, in all loo Feb. 1910 in the Sheriff's office in Doles to a stake at the Hast edire of the Mt, Vernon, Ujckcastle county east ann or prong of said creek at D, from which a double beech pointer bears Ky., hold sitting ;o hear proof of f6 e, r2 poles f lid 7 links, also a sugar claims against J. f. Wood, Dec'd tree jotntcr bears 11, 54 e. "2 poles and 4 links, the white oak and sugar tree call and continue from day to day until ed for ling gone; thence down RojikI-kion- e through. All parties holding with the meanders as follows: S bh e, lo poles, n, 584 e, 12 poles mid 21 claims against the above estate will links; thence n, 26J c, 32 poles thence file them verrificd to as the law u, I4 e, 4(1 poles to a stake with two directs. G. S. Gripfin. Fjcamorc trees and walnut pointers, close , under the bank of said creek, about two Master commission poles nixno an old ford of said cicck, Rockcastle Circuit Court d where the sugar tree called for is to have stood; thence 11, l3iw, 40 STRUCK A RICH M INE. poles to a stake iu tho north prong of said creek, from which point a itonc S W. Bends, of Coal City, Ala., bears 11, 68J w, I pole audio links with several pointers on the north side of paid 'says he struck a perfect mine of creek, the white oak and maple being health in Dr. King'?, New Life gone; thence 11 68 e, crossing Round- - Pills for they cured htm of kidney stone Creek 26 poles to a stone, maple liver trouble after 12 ears of mid uiree spanisu oak-- sapling pointers, and flic original call, a black oak and three suflering. They the best pills uiaplcs; thence So w, crossing Round-ston- o on earth for constipation, malaria, Creek at 18 poles, again at 93 poles headache, dyspepsia, debility. 25c in all 230 poles, to the beginning, conat Chas. C. Dams. taining I55 acres more or less. TRACT No. 7. FARM FOR SALE! negiuuing at a double white oik, two hickories, a fallen poplar and black oak on a ridge, second cornfr to Lot No 168 acres, nearly all level; 25 2; thence s. 16 w, 37 polts to a fallen COMMISSIONERS SALE HOOKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. - ., tharit' Rockcastle circuit court. sup-xse- ae Street. ' FURS R. W. DYCHE one-thir- d . e Ranufacturer -1 l,4a. rit J,''w'j a straight line to the top of the ridge lo a hickory in said Adams' home tract; thence wi h the line of said home tract, to a hickory and fallen gum and white oak; thence straight down the hill to a beech and stake in line of home tract; thence with said line ofhome tract to the Hr.ckncv stone comer: llience-witthe and Adams ne to a cornel of Hackney and Oresham's line to a stone corner; thence ailU wiUl wid Oreshain's line lo the begin- nine coiitniiiiiiL'SoncresinoraoriLSM 1 uner obligainns to stated hat the srenerons opplause given the utterance came Irom those . . Ihe Republi- or those who 1 11 p"","" Q,-t- ! ifi-- w'' bl' AS' T oi PM'13' amfam- -l :' ' j ,v r eJd -- vl Wi " ,. r'j. ui . Aalamlamk. -- ' aadaarnHft. r terW t' naamM