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VCSt 1111 f Es manowMsjaanMSft.. .;&; TO V cr NUMIJhu COUNTY, KY.f FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, -- . - i w .fU. -' if.- liver Saturday night and the 'Ford the Democratic majority was reRESOLUTIONS. J!X30C8e306acX3eG30 Lumber Co got about 4000 logs duced more than onohalf in the Painter Mr. no Mi Gcoiro nnd lost about' 400. They will start District, ard pRity vote increased HALL OP JACKSON LODGK Brodlicxi, Imb been viMtinjj their their big saw mill about the first of FOR YOURSELF. in my countv to near a thousand K. Rice for the NO. 73 1. Mrs. d.ulit-. the mon lj as they are done piafmnjoritj , the largest tnajniily ever . past lew das. John Lear, l (ari-co- fing for a while. Miss Esie Pike Livingston, Ky., given in the county and never SO Jackson rountv, was in our has returned home after a plessant Jan. 14, i9ii. 'equaled since. R. A. Wh.tehoid visit to her cou-iAt a call meeting of Jaikson midst Moi.day. Miss Rose Pike I submit "the foregojng us my "Whit Leather Hose for Ladies Gori'lornon nn.l ChidLodge No. 731 Jan. 12th, convened left for the west Saturday He nt Brodhead. Misses Leila Johnplatform and the attitude I have ren, 10c a pair, worth double for wear. t Oklahoma and Tex son and Hessie Carpenter, of Leba10 pay tne last saa respect to our will K& occupied with referrence to the pardeparted brother, W. C. Mullins, a Bert said lie was Roltig to lcok out non Junction, aro visiting Mrs. R. MIC'LS to lit nil kinds of foot at very low prtiea,' amount issue of this campaign, and committee was appointed to write ii home, but we think when h. ,e si Johnson, place Mrs, G. the positions 1 have held with niv HEAVY UNDKRWEAR nt Mnnufnotmor's cost. " the following resolutions: there ond'views ihe land wlmre the I). Gook has bten visiting her patparty. Upon same I earnestly ask We have about 1000 pieces Queenswea loft at one- It is a sad task and with sorrowsuear ponds and fritter ttees are ents near Mt. Vernon- .- Miss Carrie the endoisenicnt of the people, conwill think of the little Kruttger, of Corbin, has been vising hearts that we a's a committee K half price. mid to be he fidently bt'lieViug that I will re on the river and like iting 'Miss troin our lodge, pen thesi woids of smoky town Hayes Ed Ethel 04 piece Dinner Sets only l fi), wrrib f7.o(). ceive youf voles and the RepubJ love and esteem, which all of ojr the prodigal son, will arise and Guinn and little son, James, of lican lominaMon for the office to Don't fail to see our f:i, 10c and Inc (.outners; you k members held lor our brother, who come thither. Patis, have been visiting his moth whichj am nspiring, when the was surely will bo pleased with them. taken from our midst to his We read with pleasure the nr er the past week. The wedding poles are closed in this District on unending reward by our Heavenly ,, Our stook is too large and vou will find a srreat ? tide written by John Renner, who bells are ringing, guess who tins! the eveningfof March 4, 191 1. father, on Wednesday morning rl many kinds of Mctcliandiso in this .nlo. that vou wilL-vLHe says he thinks timer miss Kenie luouipson whs :h in the west ' Very respectfully, January it. we are at a loss 10 CTr he knows the Livingston scribe. I here between traitis Thursday. nthim .,1 -- iiui, I'.., ,,,.:.,.. II. .inn A. .11. luini. J. F. OR I F FI N. iui jii y uiiks find words or phrases which can think you should for many happy W. R. VVnrd was here from Corbin TO THE REPUBLICAN VO W --.1 TRRS OF THE 17. SENAwhen Friday. Mr Jackson, of adequately express to his wife and dajs have we spent together It IM I) II K A I . London, TORIAL DISTRICT OF relatives of our brother the deep we were teaching school ou old the harnware drummer, was here KENTUCKY: 18 years is a loug Monday and sincere sjmpathy which we Skegg creek. Rev. R. C. Kimball, oT Stanford, Miss Willie Beutun, of KY. will preach at the baptist church feel for them in their sad hour. time but events occur that point Brodhead, has been the attractive aEKjfoocjftac In submitting my candidacy for Saturday p.m. and Sunday a. m. But we can only refer them for $3caGfe3cc 4pc$yc&x us back where the memory of man guest of Mrs. W. B. Rice for a few Mas- days, but returned home Saturday. the Republican not to tLe contrary. nomination for W. H Lyons, of Lyons Station, comfort where we must all look, to runneth Slate Senator from tbK the 17th father of Chas. Lyons," was here that One who said: "Let not your ter George Satnbrook. who is at- Grieve not , it is only a tending school at London, was with few miles down there. Well it i Senatorial District of Kentuckv. first of the week. Cleve Brooks heart be troubled; I go to prepare his parent?, Judge and .Mrs not decided yet whether the dis subject to the action of the Repub- left last Tuesday night for Baxter, a place tor you, that where I am Sunday. O. D Bryant, ot pitchers will go to Louisville or lican party in its primary of Mnrch Harlan county, where he has ac- there you may be also". Bro. Mullins oy his geniality, Mt. Vernon, is freight agent bete not, but it looks very much like 4th, 1911, I do so with the lull cepted a position with the bridge PLACE TO BUY YOUR GROCERIES. You 5 knowledge of the paramount issue carpenters on a new rail road loving and gentle ways and one J. P. E. Drummond has returned they will. This we dislike to see, -- George Pope seems confronting the people of this dis which is being built through that who always had a kind word for can get what you want, and prices are. right. from Florida. but we can't have our way. We everyone, endeared himself to all SJ We are offering to be getting weaker J. M. Foure will know more in the near future, trict I have determined to make country. moved into the Susie Mullins but in the event they do go it takes this race after earnest solicitation lias Will Owens inform? us that his who knew him and We shall eer 18 pounds Granulated Sugar, from the element of the Republican singing school at Mt. Vernon is a miss his presence among us. 1.00 Sr 2 on Main Street. Tom Bakir ten uiiti from this oflke house So you :'o pounds No. G Brown Sugar, Bro. Mullins was one of the S son of V. M. Baker, and Her-bo- see it will hurt our little town a party of the district, interested in success beyond a doubt. 1.00 a Kach '.) pounds hogless Lard, that plank of the platform of the night the house is full and much charter members of our lodge, that HE: Ad an 8, son of Mrs. Uriah Ad1.00 great deal. Miss Ruth Painter his ams', Sunday went to a coal mine returned t her homtfat Furriston Repub'ican party in its late State interest is being manifested. Sev- in his death we have lost a 'faithful Sf 3 packages Rolled Oats, 2fk! and found a keg of powder and by altera pleasant visit to her cousin, campaign, in which it unqualifiedly eral sick. people from this part of member and the community in sr 3 cans Sugar Coin, 2fc 2 endorses what is ordinarily ie.er-re- the county are now at the Sanito-riu- which he dwelt a true citizen, Home means got file to it and the Miss Essie Pike. Bill Cutnmins Country Sorghum, per crallon, loc to as the "County Unit Meas powder was set off and the boys was called home on account of the at Crab Orchard.being treated therefore be it, New Orleans Molasos. per gallon, 5-- ; 4 00 Resolved, That we iningle badly burned' It is thought thai serious illness of his father, Dick ure," giving to the citizens, of each and so far all are, or seem to be Com Syrup, per gallon, county the right to say whether getting better. .Mr. and Mrs. R. our grief with that ol the bereaved g; 3oc 3 ine uuKcr uoy win icuivci uui nine p,,mmjna of Mt. Vernon. Dr. '.I pounds Apricots. spirituous, vinous or malt liquors H. Batsou and little daughter, Ce wile and relatives and heartily uuy. 'Jfic IB lime nopes lur me nuuuis 3 (Jarpenter, of Stanford, was here This is a very sad occurence, but Tuesday to see George Pope, who may be ?old or bartered within the cil, of Lancaster, and Mjss Ethol sympathize with them in their : TELEPHONE YOUR ORDERS. WE WILLS county, cap't be helped Hilton, ol Stanlord, visited Mr. sorrow, and bid them look to Him U very sick. D,wA. G. Lovell, of DELIVER PROMPTLY. PHONE NO 75 It nominated and elected, I and Mrs. T. T. Chert v. last wpek. wlto can comfort the sorrowing, Dr. Atnyx s repairing his store Mt. Vernon, c wis b'ere a, fe'w days promise the .voters of this : ; . hK.,. ivhSenato house aiif will soon be ready to ago Mrs. W.1 ,R. McCullougfa, mis. novianu unu failu- for that consolation no earthly niove'his goods into it. T. J.Penn- - who has been visiting relatives in rial district, 'urespeetive of party re ll are visitiuili'ler anther. Mrs. figSfX. t atnlat.iontea!icmh,e Republicans- - eaf set at ltowefir'KyJj 3pKEioi.VED, Thai a page-b, Stn has n o td .- i. stock ha returned. 1 Ijcciiin.v, iiiaiw.. wjii qo an in my. h e Mo0(, mi ,fcf raU AJiss florence Pennington spent apart in the record book of our W fce U)e Lodge, as a memorial and that these store in the old tand.-- A. ,,, d ay and counted ten wagons power to cury out the pledges 6f Saturday and Sunday in Mt Peanington has moved his butcher and tMin, vith, ten Miss Katie Price spent Sat- tesolutious be spread thereon, a loads of the Republican party in it's Ute shop in when the barber shoo was cross-tiewith ten' ties to the load, Stats campiign, and all in my pow- urday and Sunday at her borne in copy sent to the widow and a is in a side which was too ties comitiK in from er to further legislation and to put Level Green and the barber shop Walter Cloyd. of copy sent to the Mt. Vhknon and Masonic room at Joe Oliver's store. Geo. me wa and some coming ten miles same on the statute books, relating Hazel Patch, ,was in town Sunday. Signal Home the mud knee deep. Then say and John Mounce, who have been and are having good times. Oh, to the fulfillment of my party'.s Miss Iiva AlDrlght was in Maret-bur- Journal for publication. uuiiuiiauiu.i..uumu..u.j?? we pledges and to the emctment of in St Louis for some time, are vou Republican piospenty. Jacou Saaiukooks ) Sunday visiting Miss Lena J. H. Walton, lawsfurthering the cause of temper- McCall. Dr. and Mrs. W. E Com.,, . pc l'ere visiting tlleir parents, Mr and c&3c &Ld&jK& A. N. BENTL.EY J ance in this State, bearing in mind Graveley spent Tuesday with Mr Mrs Allen Mounce. W. G. RivFOR FLETCHER'S always the pledges that my party and Mrs. Joe Smith, ofHiatt. $100 REWARD. $100 er is clerkjng for J H Diikerson. There was a good log tide in the A has made to the people of this Miss CHde Watson was at homo State and Distiict with referrence Sunday She was accompanied by The readers of this paper will to the temperance is,sue. In addi liertriend, Miss Edith Morris. be pleased to learn that there tion to the above, I will support Urban Cass nnd Brack Durham is at least one dreaded disease legislation looking to the improvo-tueu- t were in Maretbarg Sunday. Mrs that science has been able to cute ot all the sickness of women is due to some derangement or s of the public highways of Ken- Martha Temple, of Junction Oity, m all its 1 .ijjes, and that is.Cntarrh organs distinctly feminine. Such sickness can be cured is cured of the . .tarrh Cure is the every day by only tucky, and especially this distric, is visiting friends and:relativeshere H uo&i.i.c cure known to the medical and I will .avor a bill such as was Mr. Spitler and Roy Robins from fraternity. Catnrrh being a proposed by the Good fioads Con the Spitler Sanitorium, at Crab constitutional disease, requites a Makes Weak Women Strong, to giess which recently held a session Orchard, were in Town Tuesday. cunsiiiuiiunai ireairaeut. null's Sick Women Well. in the city of Louisville. I will apMr. Jacob Elder was in Mt. Ver-no- Catarrh Cure is taken internally, " It acts directly on the organs affected and is at the same time a general restore, $J prove any legislation, the tendency Sunday, Anse Boreing has acting directly upon the blood tlve tonic (or the whole system. It cures female complaint right ii the privacy of which is for the bettermeut of returned to his home Din Reading, and mucous surfaces of the system of home. It makes unncccstary the disagreeable questioning, examinations end local treatment so universally insisted upon by doctors, and so abhorrent tP Kentucky, and especially this dis Ohio, after spending two weeks hereby destroying the louudation fit all sizes of camera from 6 to J every modest woman. oi the dUease, and giving the trict, along com 'uercial, individml with friends and relatives here We shall not particularize here as to the symptoms of patient streugth by building up those peculiar affections incident to women, but those if aa educational lines. Our school exposures Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Humtn, the constitution and assisting wanting full information as to their symptoms and 'system especially should be im Mrs L. B. Cable and Mr. R. B. nature in doing its work. means of positive cure are referred to the People's ComThe mon Sense Medical Adviser 1008 pages, newly revised proved. While I have no special Sams spent Sunday in Crab Orch- proprietors have so much faith in Edition, sent free on receipt of 21 and its curative powers that they offer bill in mind to suggest, but if nom ard at the Sanitorium. stamps to cover cost of mailing only! or, in cloth Miss Essie One Hundred Dollars for any case binding for 31 stamps. JHssssasT inated and elected I will favor leg- Pike has returned to'her home in that it fails to core. Send for list Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffato, N.Y. islation which will give to the ris- Liviugston after spending a week of testimonials. ing generation the equal opportu with her cousin, Mjss. Rosa Pikt, Address F. J. Cheney & Co. u ty of any state within the con- Homer Wallin of Oakdale, Tenn., LEADING DRUGGIST, Toledo, O. ' fines of this grand union of States. spent Saturday and, Sunday with Sold by alldruggists, 75c. itV M Li MT. VERNON, KY. Take Hall's Family Pills for con- 36 Phono 89 My advocpey ot the temperance his aunt, Mrs J. E, Wallin.-Mis- sstipation. issue is consistent with the life that es Elizabeth, Frances and Hattie is mercilessly lamRoosevelt I have lived, being a total abstainer Cox, of Corbin, have been visit i g from the use of intoxicating bever- their sister, Mrs. Ni H. Tucker. pooned in an unpublished manuWalter Robins left Tuesday for script of Mark Twain, soon to be ages, and always nn advocate of peace and order and good will in Corbin to accept a position offered offered to collectors at public Mr. Clemens refers to the community in which I have him. Miss Judith .McCall spent auction. 2 lived, standing firmly and stead- Saturday and Sunday at her home the former executive as a ''presi I L is surprising horn ninny good traits of 3 fastly for the enforcement of E Our line of Couch Caskets the in Maretburg. A protracted meet- dential burden". law. I was elected Circuit Court ing is being conducted at the Meth character ono may hnvo. The possesion is unexcelled. LIFJ SAVED AT DEATH'S Clerk of Rockcastle County in 1897 odist cbutch by 'Rev- - Chestnut. Hnnd-niadof a Bank Account'hns a tendency to cultiCoilinsfurnished DOOR. nnd succeed myself holding the of- Rev, Rogers filled his" appointment vate more. "I never felt so near my grave llcarse sent to all parts ot fice for the period of 12 years, or at the Christian Churchdast Saturwrites day night. Sundavcvaud Sunday ton, W. R. Patterson, of Wellingthe County. two terms Both campaigns for Decision of having a bank accoun tis one, Tex., as when n frighttul the nomination weto fought out on night Mr. John Sigmbn is home cough and lung trouble pulled me and the presistoncy to kcop it is another. All orders by Wire Promptly Filled. a temperance issue, I retired vol after spending two months with down to 100 pounds, in spite of So when wo offer to start an account with untarily from oflke and was elected his son at Corbin. Frank. Brooks doctor's treatment for two years. yon, you have the opportunity to, start, Potts My father, mother and two sisters S by the citizens of my home town. continues very . MT. VERNON, KY. came down ,,om CorbinJast Mon-- died of consumption, and that I Phono is highly Thrift Thrift of Character. over my protest aid very much and took the third de- - am alive today is due solely to Dr. i !, ntrniiisr mv vi Pniin commendable. Q Q King's New Discovery, which S the town of Mt. Vernon, purely be gree in Masonry . pqnje in and'talk to us and make the start completely cured me. my advocacy of the en-3 cause of WIFE GOT TIP TOt'TADVICE Now I weigh 187 pounds and at saving. forcement of the prohibitory laws "My wfe wanted niello take have been well and strong for Very truly yours, pf my county reiving to thesale of our boy to the doctorhn cure an S3 spirituous, vinousand malt Honors ugly boil," writes D.iFra'nkel, of years." Quick, safe, sure its the best remedy on earth for coughs, ' ?n the campaign of iqs, I served Stroud, . .. s Okh. . "T "'said on 'put colds,all lagrippo, asthma, croup, vat thj instance of the Republican Unckjen Arnica Salvo .it. and throat and lung troubles. 3 C muiittce and L W. Betburum, "She did so and it cured the boil 50c & $ .00. Trial bottle free. " Quickest healer Guaranteed by Chas. C. Davis in short . PflONU 2,tie Reoublictn nominee for Con- - ol aUl,rns. time Scalds, Cuts, Corns. 31 O.O. Chairman of jtnises. Sprains. SwelHmrs, BeU gres", as Lampaig-flh Klad Yon Haw Always Bong he Eighth Congressional District Pile cure on earth. Trv'tt. Onlv Bursts ...... .... ...... niii.i... t- ... 17 ......,... Wfuttn lUlUUUUUUIUUUlUUUUUUoi K.ucty, and i .bis c.mp,lSa ,5c UhK. U. DiVir.T" UUtmittlillllMlilllMMMllill f ! r I 1 3!CICCX SE DAYS SALS. - vi-i- El J. K GRIFFIN, sH u S-- ,,j - ,i. 1 11 r U y LIVIftSTN, M. . DAVIS, 4pc&d& , . 1 1 Sam-broo- k, I PROCTOR'S I gTIIE rt s v d rs U. -- - 'i :.,: Ver-no- g ..can-piv- e. ofgood,, p s d.UB.torc-M.d-has-ainup- attfrf MF.tfe,-WdaA- e e u. g 7iimmmmiimmmi Children Oiy R 33pcx f CASTO Fads for Weak Women Nine-tinth- KODAKS art: te U'-. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription It xWhatWe are Showing Now Brownies from Kodaks from n $1.00 $5.00 $5.00 to 5.00 Films to 2 one-ce- nt Remembering alwaws that it isn't an Eastman it isnta Kodak. chas. c. DAVIS, - a?" I Character It tz Building! ( &PC3PX&X& XWX$3K$ mmm o 3 2 I UHDB13TAKSB. w. i sick.-T-0ilt- e a. 2 2 94-S- ex, day-nig- - - m y 2 PEOPLES BANK. F. - 1 i , n-lt- u 1: ccm IVORXA - JL 1 - s 'W'WinTV-- ir'., rf"i wiwttj jTnrvWNfTWSC MPHt 'MtNON ptuplc ate it' OuMjiUi&tfJUKWa sJAUi) WlO i;ii"M Ui.t l e ro'n . ii MMaMdni i'C 71 ; Ml1 1U M h r rs The dark eyes and X We note with regret the posi- light hair. ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT complexions that go with the tion taken by the Danville AdvoCOURT. Mr. Ben Johnson has "writ" a K cate on the question of good roads. different shades of dark hair decird withdrawing from the race for If there is ?ny county in the state mote strong feeling. They ate also Ada Champ, Galatha Todd the Democratic Nomination for which should be willing to assist more faithful than light haired Speed Hunt. Win. Hunt, John Hunt, Robeit Hunt, t'i'ivernor. In it he attempts to clas Eastern Kentucky, it should be women. Artie Stviuinrd, May AmMfv the people of Kentucky in twe for many a dollar Boyle A pi ol fiinnel dampened with brose, Olhe Hunt, Annie I ic.nju.us scuis, uiKois (.meaning as rjanvje obtained from our Chamberlain's Liniment and bound Courier-Journ- al pmtesiants) and catnolics. He, of mountain boys. The Advocate dis- on to the affected parts is superior Hunt, Hellen Griffin, and all men, shou'd be the last to Plaintiffs to any plaster. When troubled Laura Purcell Boring, plays such a niggardly spirit. We COMPLETE LINE with lame back or pains .in the VS) COMMISSIONER'S SALE. or raise such a question, Kvf y P & j. are thoroughly disappointed in the side or chest AT ONB-1IALPRICE give it a ttial,and PY Hurl many ears he ha been lor Defendant. Coffins, Caskets and Robes. stand It takes. Aristocratic "Little' you are certain to be more than By virt 'of '? judgment and If you will Ifring pr send us your e eoiexl ami reelected to Congress ev- phased with All Mail, Telegraph or Tolo; seems to De opposed to the prompt relief order of .sale of the Rockcastle subscription during l I.. .1. vci) petite L uiiu J union" ........ the month of m runus,prvfhincr that which will which it affords. Sold by Clias phono orders Promptly IftswnfiiRwfrrsttr Circuit Court, rendered at the February we will .send vou as bigots Even uow he is in Cou- - help Danville and Bovle county. C Davis Filled. & Aifll B January Term, 191 1, thereof, I fcj Mm wW gtess hy reason ot their support At a special term of the Logan snau .Mr Jnhnson'sowu case is a t proceed to oner tor sale at This paper, two weeks ago, pubCounty OMirt at edfeocxbccSfojc the fiotit door of the court iilutatiotiof the charge that lished a full and complete stateSaturday two petitions were filed iu Mt. Vemon, Rockcastle house aieinbeiship in the Catholic chinch ment of the financial condition of County, one asking lor an election on the Kentucky, to the highest and AND THE as a bar to political preferment in the town of-- Mt. Vernon. It was best whiskey quecticn in the county and bidder, at public auction, on the btate of Kentucky The card ilear, full and complete and shows the other in the city. Monday, the 27 day of February, allows tij.on the face of it that it conclusively that we have a splen ABO YOUR The ordinance drawn for the i9ii, between the hours of a. m. was ill timed and written while Mr. did, business-likBoard of Trus-- ' 9 tees. They have acted wisely, eco- purpose of dividing the white and 4 o'clock p m. fbeimr regular Johnson was in bad humor and proves the oft repeated state: nomically and certainl7 for the from the negro residence in Balti county couit daj) on a credit of six months, the following described iiem. that no man should act best interest of the Town. The more was declared invalid FOR ONLY while in dd. But worst of all, the hope of our peopl is that they You are probably aware that real estate, located in Rockcastle publication of his withdrawal shows may go on with their good work, pneumonia always results from a County, Kentucky, and bounded as cold but vou never heard of pneu follows: conchim ely that the statements it A tract of land consisting ol 60 EVRRY citizen ot our community monia when Chamberlain s Cougn conui ned were untrue. Mr John Remedy was used Why the .mis to he pittied for his bad should be thoroughly imbued with risk whpn this remedy maytake had acres, bounded on the north by Or this paper ONE YEAR and be jiidgnien', rather than to be cen- - the spirit of our motto: "Do it for for a trifle? For sale by Chas. C. the lands of E. C. Menifee; on the DAILY COURIER-JOURNAeast by the lands of Richard Adams Eight Months for suied Davis. Mount Vetnon." on the south by the lands of I F. Purcell. and on the west by the If you are lmving any such trouble about your watch 01 clock-tynqs of John J. Belcher, recently X$D8C$3a& Subscriptions received at this .U8t turn lfc over to us an(l if !t does not run all O. K. it will oiyned by Sallje Brewitt. cost you nothing Wo guarantee our work. Give us a trial. For the purchase price, the Rrjce quly during the month of February. k'"(ls of soldering and repair work. )Y c!. QP purchaser ujust eocijte bond, Tlje (ate and. IJatjouaj with approved surety, bsaring qre opening arid, yon wapf from date o stile until paid 8 to keep posted on political gventg. and having the lorce and effect of ATDIJ. S 0 DAVIS' DflUft STOIiB, editorials a judgment. Bidders must be Read the Connor-Journa- l And Mr. WatQson's letters from prepared to comply with these KY. Europe will bo interesting. terms. G. S. Grii'pin. Subscription orders under this will dollars while one and a J Master Commissioner, R C. C. offer must 170T be sent to the Con FOR FLETCHER'S but to us. reet dry mon--' iveep it you belz Prussia has a population ol 40 according to the census of dy's December 1, 1910. How to cure cold is a question in wh ch many are interested just Chamberlain's Cough Rtuie'y has won its great reputation aqd immense sale by its re X Take mnrkable cure of colds. It ran 1Z&J) food-inet- fb On. always be depended upon. is a wonderful For DfifNTlST sale by Chas C. Davis. Whon vou have some MT VERNON, KY. cine for all ages of man-iLJyM thing good, at a pood iTi' JKI Oflbo at residence on Main St. Crown prion we feel like tolling Jf wjjl rnake the Specialty and Brilgc Work a Mount , Vemon Momenta Work guaranteed our f.'ood friends about it, , delicate,sickly baby strong-ansuch as Mnrguuritu flour WORKS at 7o cents per sack, or well will Bio heated, big Drained Chiu- lie Mttcalt is doing etfciwe wouc ! ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT om as the Jose; mat her busmen in the Pincvillc Sun in the caiu FuiUAY, Feo. 10. tyfi COUR-r- . toHill liiiem'ttri ".hail fl iw ihnt her ininn of cdurnrion forgeiiorfll I.t iiiu vhii ll hf known thrmiluM I John W building in Kentnck He is rigli Mniler,, PittinMiF in saving that the convicts should ths hiid; Our citizens are getting VS ) Published every Friday by be put upon the public htgunat-- . more active in the support ot our W. F. Stephens "and EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. Ann Philips O'lu r progressive Mates have Ion .schools, churches, stiests and Defendant! - ,., ciiirp lnni till camr. thlnu iirltll IaII. highways. .... .. and COMMISSIONER'S, SAIvIJ. ' very best thing Ann Phillips, Plaintiff $I.OO ititf effect. The ONR VRAR SUBSCRIPTION Ark we taking advantage of the VS Kentucky coma 00 would oe con-- punhc library at the Laugdoii Dorstruct a highway froai Crab Orch- mitory? It has many yood books VV. F. Stephens and Advertising rates made known on ard, along the "Id wilderness road John W. Marler, Defendants waiting for us to call and get them. By virtue of a judgment and application to the Cumberland Gap. It would Tub prospects hr street lights order of sale of the Uockcastle be a great educator ns well as the Kentucky ever eem pood. Thanks to a progress,-- ( Circuit Court, rendered at the best investment Hoard of Town TruMees, back- - January Term i9n, thereof, I made, MKMI1HK OK KRNTUCK'Y PRKSS ASSOCIATION shall proceed to offer for sale at the The Middlesboro News Record ed bv a heaUln public sentiment. is also doing efiective work in the front door of the court house in agitation of this great question. If CHOOSING HY THE HAIR. Mt Vert on, Rockcastle County, Men with fine, light hair are Kentucky, to the highest and best jour mountain peoplo should once (experience the joy of good road-- , sinatt. conceited If ihey do not 'bidder, at public auction, on Monday, the 07th diy of Febru'such as thev have in the Blue marr un il late in li'e are apt to Gray; country, they would never he selfish, ary, 1911, between the hours of 9 Men w th fine brown hair, light o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m. be satisfied with the present condi VNNOrNCHMI'KT A continued agitation in the or dftrk make (he best husbands. (being regular county court day), tion V" iri niithori7C(l to Announce O. country newspapers will finally They e quick, thoughtful, and on a credit of six months, the M '!,I Kl)nsn I'.imhilnte for Repre and business less apt to be selfish than extreatnly following described real estate, n'til it " ivockc.tli ntid Iinrcl conn-- f a'ousethe farmers dark-haire- d - ReHil-lifj. located in Rockcastle County, people to a proper reahzition of 'light or extreatnly n tin- action of tin"lij"! t Kentucky, and bounded as follows: t te necessity of having good roads, men. Men whose hair turns gray A tract of Jand lying on the n I when this is once reahVed, the ri7ul to announce R G V'trVI ". n prematurely ate nearly alwavs waters of Skeggs Creek and boundlul.iti'for Reprcscutattxc good road will be forthcoming. of in I Laurel counties, sub good fellows. They are nervous-- , ed on the north by the lands of The biggest question before the but are brainy, sympathetic and B. jVci 1 tin of ur J. Bethurum and John Fletcher farmers of Rockcastle county to honorable on the east by the lands: of J. W. 111 '1 We .1 to iiniinunce K. B. day is the question of good roads. Women 'with pale bloud hair, Marler and others; on the south by Tliotnp' as i.iinliilatc for Rcpresenta-nii- l The biggest qnestion before the or the ashy kind, are impulsive, the lands of G. V. Payne and J Laurel counties, business men of Mt. Vernon tie of R icl, loving fickle They cannot be de- W. Marler; and on the west by 'f the Republican is the question of roads It is more subject to tl.e pended upon, hut are good com the land of John and Ed Fletcher. part. impoitant than the tariff or the pany. For the purchase price, the of another President; it is FOi: ST II" SENATOR. Those with dark brown hair are I urchaser must execute bond, with We aro Hu.hurieil to announce Sen- more important than the question verj loy.il. They are lull of senti- approved surety, bearing interest ator JOK F. HOSWORTH as aenndl-dat- e of reciprocity with Canada; it is ment, and easily effected. They from date ol sale' urtil paid, and for for State Senator more important than tlie Panama from tlie oenteentli Senatorial dis- - canal. The construction of good tnjoy keenly and suffer in pro having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders must be preportion net Biihjeet totlie acetion of the He roads in Rockcastle would mean Women with fine Mack juthliuiiu part). hair are pared to comply with these terms. more money in the pockets of our Those with coarse G. S. GRirriN. We are authorized to announce J. farmers and our city people than to highly strung black tair are nearly always mean. Master Commissioner. R. C. C. r . GRIFFIN as a candidate for State have the dam built or a deep water All women with Sonator for the, Seventeenth Senato-- r dark hair are way assured. M district, subject to the action of more tempestut us than those with COMMISSIONER'S SALE tti-- j Republican party. MT VERNON SIGNAL V-- . & & x&r&yub & c&x ;vo A Kxycx iTo..'ai mla.iSi't I ni-r- t I EE FOR YOU KSELF by a personal call that we sell exactly what we advertise That our stock is the largest in town and our prices, qu ality considered, are the lowest to be had ai y where. That's why McKENZIE'S is the most popular Furniture house in Rockcastle 1 ie J izZ&f RUGS ORIENTALSEUROPEANS This department DOMESTIC. hab been a delight to every customer who a-- has seen it. Thes Rugs have been bought right and are sold at the right price. one room, two rooms or the whole house and will hold fire over - AIRTIGHT HEATING STOVES that will heat Price $3.75 and up. 1 night. -- 11 to-th- S. B. McKENZIE. THE FURNITURE Phone JJ3. $pecl6ac$eDoe&6$x&:orq IN - j 1 MT. VERNON, KY. .pcAfox3fc FEBRUARY BARGAINS DAILY X&XJC&JG& GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER v Brodhead Ky com-pl.n- n P YulPHpV9VPJn lilt - - 1 ' vnf 1 suffi-den- Rtiss-ellvill- THE SIGNAL QttS TEAR : e iu DAILY COURIER- JOURNAL FOUR MONTHS W T I $1.75 L WATCH? DOES IT KEEP CORRECT TIME? IF NOT, WHY NOT? "n &$&&& ft h i lts An III Wind That Blows Nobody Good may bring shiver to many it your bhoes. buy bring and get you worth. yL$ $2.50 t earn-paig- FRANK MOORI, MT, VERNON, to you Children Cry rier-Journa- l, .St CASTORIA $SELZ ROYAL BLUE JFOR MEN Scott's Emulsion M, no. R. W. DYCHE 'mm $2.7f) per bundled. i It no d fl o r i n c c we'fl we gpt tliit flour nor how w J't it so wo atil it the way wo $iy vt make'? pale, give the anemic girl rosy 3 C 1VUCLARY TaK What Pill 9 Why, Dr. Mile' Anti-Pai- n f do. (JET TUB 15 A HIT of comiiif,' THE HABIT of seving our goods - 0$T THE THE HABIT of bein neighborly GET THE HABIT of HABIT of aslcinjj our pnuJS-.-GEtrading with us, for wo stivo you njoney. T BJVlMBgR THE PRICE WRECKERS. MchlE r i. $ptf&d& & McBEE I cheeks and rich, red blood. Il will put flesh on the bones of the tired, overworked, thin man, and W'Jl te.eP aged man or woman in eonditJQn tcj resist colds or pneumonia in the winter. FOB SALE UV ALL DRC0OIST8 Pill. UNDERTAKER j and EMBALMER y7.TC'M" eltUt! Bn& lUo.. oic8Dcc3d8 tetutlful StTlngt DVk uni CtllJ' mux couMiiK a uooa Luc I'enuj, CCOTT & BOWNR 409 Peirl 8U, New York Bkctch-Boo- Htm of n.nv nA 4tit. of and ATTORNFY-AT-LADEALEK n Marbles and Granite Monuments of all MT. VERNON. KY. Estimates furnished On 2rc. floor o kinds. 'The Bank ot'Mt. Vernon, on Church Qu lU)t)lication. Stanford. K C.C. Williams, of course. Good for all kinds of pain. Used to relieve Neuralgia, Headache, Nervousness, Rheumatism, Sciatica, Kidney Pains, Lumbago, Locomotor At.-jciBackache, Stomachache, Periodical Pains of women, and for pain in any part of the body. "I have used Dr. Miles' medicines for over 13 years and find them excellent. I keep Dr. Miles' Pills In the house all the time and would not think Anti-Paln t RAanufacturer " m 1 m - -- 2 mA A. alICC: :'"' to collections. Phone No. 80 " "" "' OKO.OWKNR Prnnr Phono 112 - ...VIII fc.UMKttt "Miss Lou M. Churchill I 63 High St, Penacook, NJ H. I I At all druggists. 25 doses 25c ' MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, IndwV : r , 1 .Tl.1I s V n n Villi fct'iiT iiitfri mtitri ,T li irti Wil m iffrtfBUKiti nI 'irfi ftir it wr n lllffti n;nWbto(f ;)j jT( in; " wt(afyjfrwiVi3friAMi IYI I. VtRNON SIGNAL Feb. O' Bryan and nt Fish's. 93 00 suocsf Sweat-O- Dick Sotvdersotd ten shoat s Overalls J. J. Hysfnger for $52. , p :: : : ; 2 : i 1 U w 1 s f e - p. :. "- - fc J.I-'- ,i Al It ( ftf.yr I wJ J Tames Prewitt Void to Dick Sow to (,t Fish's der a 3 jear old mule for $125. 9 bargain counter to day and Satur' BJUUCKHKHHIlMHnKBBHHBHHHMMBHIiHaBI day. Cnli up "No. 70" Preaching morning and evening ae you wiinltociimmun onlB Willi Tom Proctor has bis lutcher at the Presbyterian church Sunday. ' IIM. ishop on West Main about com (UN Elmer Houk sold his 60 acre pleted. Maretburg farm to Jonas McKenae t A fine boy come to live with zie for $2800. ! ' Wesley Kirby Sunday morn- John W. M. Bullock sold to Joseph ' ing and they christened him Aden. Hensley a small form on dry fork Louiivillc 4. Nahviilc R. n. Co. ae Luther Manus has begun the of Skeggscreek. e AM TIME TABLE. Mm foundation ior a business house on Dick Sowder sold eight shoats o . the lot purchased from R A. Welch. weighing about loo pounds each, 22 north P . 24 north 3:52 am Mrs. J. G. Anderson and Mrs. for 65 to James Prewitt 28 south ea 11:44 a tr Frank Catron have opened a dress ae W. C. Kirby has bought the res21 South 12:19 am making establishment over Cox taurant of Joe McKenze, and Mr ae Jas. Landrum, Agent. Bros, store. " McKenzie will go in the good busae Phone No. ;B. W. H. Owens, the singing iness at Marietsburg. ea ' oa school master, closed a successful Rntensd it the Mt Vernon, Ky. Pottoffioe a Signal:- ae sa rnnll matter. ten night singing class at the Bap- Editor, Mt Vkrnon m a We wish to use the columns of a tist church last monday night. We a the Signal to make to the patrons ae a understand he will be called for PERSONAL a of the Graded School of Mt. Vera sixniglits more ea non a report of the school for the a .raaaajSjudBaaaxJK W. G. Dooley wa3 over from ea aThe Rockcrstle .County Medical fourth and fifth months ending Tan. ea yesterday. a Society met here yesterday. Papers 6:h and Feb. 3rd, respectively and ea ea W. M. Poynter is numbered on LaGrippe by Dr. Joyner, and tor the first ha' year ending ea ' Jan OB among the sick. care of children's teeth, by Dr. uary 20th. ea ( Km used in ea ea Herbert Henry, of Winchester, Dyche, were tead. A bauquet was The total enrollment to Jan. 6th tIMH ea hundred per cent shoe contains no for leather. ae had at the Miller hotel. ea is, was over Sunday. was 279. Of this number 37 had ea ae ea R. B Mullins will move to Rich, better For Sale: House and lot, good left school having enrolled on Jan leather ee shoes, yet been found for ea mond in the spring. garden and young fruit treesof all 6th, 242. The average nitendnttre e shoes the insoles, counters, heels, etc bein the hidden ea Good The lot f r the fourth month was 1S0 2 or barn. Miss Willie Benton is the charm kinds. ee ea Will sell for 74.4 per cent, of theenioMment. cause leather. ing guest of Miss Sadie Richards. contains one acre. are cheaper ea ea The number enrolled during the cash cr' credit. ea Mrs. Barnes of Brodhsad, is visit "Stronger-than-The-Law"Sh- oe ee is hardets kind of a month ending Peb. 3. was ft; the to J. L LawriwcK. ea. ing her daughter, Mrs. D. B. South, Feli. 3 3L ea number that left during the month ea wears regularly ard. earned for wenty-fo- ur Grover Fish was acquitted at was 12. so that the total number ea .. ea There will be preaching at the Nicholasville last week ior the enrolled to Feb. ea itslef enviable of being 3, was 284, and the ea Christian church Sunday morning killing of S. E. Welch, the big ea number remaining on the roll 0.1 ea and evening. Berea merchant. The jury was Feb, 3, was ea The average at235. a ae George Johnson expects to move out only 20 minutes. Sentiment tendance for the fifth month was ea ea ae- bis family back to Mt. Vernon in was very much in Fish's lavor. ea sole is fastened by imof special processes 197, the per cent of attendance ea ea the near fu(tne. At the meeting of the town based on enrollment was 76 1. possible to off. ea Mrs. Anna Miller leaves today board last Friday night, a $100 The attendance for the hve ea ea ae ior a two weeks visit to her sister, privilege license was placed on malt months was as follows; Frsi ea ea Penn. iu Pittsburg, mead stands, $30 on cocoa cola and month 167, second month, 199, oa ae for boys following prices: ea A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. other soft drinks and $5 on just the third month, 18 r fourth month ae.w tea ea. ea John Taylor has had diptberia but ordinary pop stands. It is proba l9o, fifth mphth 179; making an ea ble that at the next meeting a small average attendance of 183 2 for has about recovered. ea ea license will be placed on all busi- the five months, in we will be glad to tell you and longest ea Miss Fannie Thompson, of Boyle tea The first half year ended Jan. ea county, is with her cousins, Misses ness and professional men, and shoe the world. fit ail feet. ae which we believe will be for the 30. The reports of scholarship for Susiesnd Alza Thompson. ei ea interest of all concerned, still board fur the half year were not as satisea Mrs. L. R. Hughes is with home ' ea expects to thoroughly consider the factory as might have been wished, ea irTs. " folks this week. Mr. Hughes was ea but better than for the single matter before passing on it. ea up between trains Sunday. ea months. ea WOMAN'S CLUB. are Mr. and Mrs. Marshbanks ea " Several reports showed an averea Social meeting February toth. rejoi:ing over the arrival of thir ea age grade of scholarship above 90 tin- N Subject, Patriotism. first born, a fine girl baby. ea per cent., and the following pupils .ALL AROUND CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE. .- i , ea 4"Columbia-- theGeriuof' the J4, H. Brnnoman, ea Esmer Hayes, Sou made 90 per cent, or nJore in olj Oea d Ocean." Coffov add Dr. LoWell were J.-Madaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeeaaaaaeaaaa9aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaet. their classes: JJlysses Hansel, eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeoeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeaeeeeeeeaeaeeeeaeeceeeeeeeee . Q lotations on Patriotism .V . over from Wildie Wednesday. Davis, S,bermau Ferciful, Ann : J : J ? : : J '' Dusines atte Cox, and Raymond Myers. Rev. JSber, tyuUjqs, of the Gh,rsf Annette Cox, Mary Mullins, Samham for lunch. Cijurch, The Democratic State Executive ' (Colonial and Present Day Wo Dressmaking over Cox Bros, store, W. M. BULLOCK. uel Sowder and Lillie Mullins were With bbrflc folks first of the week. by Mesdames Anderson and Cat- Committee, at it meeting in Louis Hausford, Ky. mena contrast." neither absent nqr tardy during the Jiss Fjorenre Pennington was Reading. ville Saturday; acceded to Qive us a call. ron 1, 1011 WEDNESDAY. MARCH half year. Jamie Thompson, John tbp attractive gupgt of Miss Iepora James' request aud Song "Qur Lincoln " HAS NO SUBSTITUTE rjjberhart, the picture man, will primary call so as Parrett from Friday until Sijndqy. Address, 'Anecdotes aqd S,tories S,owder and. Cecil Sjpwder were not amended the On the 1st dav of March ion. I absent during the hall year, Elhja be here until Saturday, Feb. 18 to include the indorsement of a Mss JennieDavif, a mpst fait;-Ju- l of CploniqJ Pays," will offer for sale to the highest Langford would not have been ah AH kiuds of photos'" and penny candidate for United States Senaand competant assistant in this, jlldge L- W. Bethnrum, sent but for the fapt that shewr pictures at Kberhart's, over Proc- tor. Assessments in the different and best bidder, the followiug office, has been vpry sipk sjnpe Hong "America-- " on the following terms: sent home one day for fear of diph- tor's store. races were fixed and the subcom- property Wednesday, i2oo bushels corn in shuck, crib Fairly good crowds attended the theria. Bessie Bryant was absent again V. R- Ashcr was down from LauFor Rknt: My house and gar- mittee ordered to report but one dav, WiU Thompson, February 17th on its work of run, and weighed up at 76 pounds while two days' session of the. "Farmer's rel county yosterday and den, to some small family. Some bushel on stock or wagon scales Institute for Ropkcastje county Richard Cox, Maggie Jones, Ruth here rented bis Main Street proper lots to put in tobacco and some arranging primary details. in my barn yard, und will be sold whiph werfrhpld in the court bouse Luidrurn. Annie Baker, Chrystal Scc'enti.ry habits, lack of outdoor ty to A. C. Hintt. corn land. in 5 barrel lots. Not over ,s nor -, here Wednesday and yesterday. Baker, Aunie Ball, Pear' Baker, insufficient ex Mrs. S. P. Bowman and Mrr, Alahrt Albright, 01 Uv.a, constipation, mastication under 3 barrels knocked off at a n torpid The institute was o.ganized by W. Charlie St. John, Sherman Perciful Ottawa, Ky. liver, worry and anxiety, are the time. When 3 or 4 barrels are Charley Bowman and children, are H. Blair, of tl e State Department and Renie Sowder were neither ab- 2 3 2t. ravuiti wirrsm with Mr. and Mrs. I A. Bowman of Agriculture. P. H, Shutts was sent nor tardy during the fourth most common causes of stomach desired instead of of 5, make menblack-roaA Takkn Up: tion to the clerk. at Kingston for a few days. yearling steer catno to m,y place in troubles. Correct your habits acd elected chairman and H. J. Mc month. Also 2 nice sows with 14 p'gs i1, take Chamberlain's Stomach and Jim Proctor arrived Tuesday Clure, secretary. G S. Griffin While but few made 90 per cent, October iqoO. Owner can have 6 nice fat gilts, to 2 months old. liver troubles. Correct your habits weighing about 175 pounds. The from New Mexico, where be went was elected delegate for Rockcastle or more in all their cla.ss.es., there same by paying all expenses. and take Chamberlain's Stomach above will be cash in hand on dav for his health and is verv much county to the State Farmer's Insti are more wh,o qre. do.in,g good, and, Btw CiilLpitivs, and Liver Tablets and vou will ol sale. For sale by improved. He is with relatives in tute to bp held jn Mt. Sterling, faithful wqrk which will show in Jan. 30 jt Plato Ky. sool be well again. Also one nice small jack, 8 years Chas. G. Davis. he country. wth p. Cummins apd W. M. Ar their reports a.t the end of the secold, co'or black One pair of got d Deputy Sheritt Cam Mullins arwork mules, good size, age about nw Hold, Jr., alternates. J- W- - Moore ond half year. A smnl! plv'd f Wrw rested Hohe McOlure aud a boy be Thousands are reported to size. Tho only baking powtloi 3 13 years; one log Jjad pjeiflbraHeoqs croup fjrst of the T ft. Mulhns, R. G. Moore and And now we wish to say a few b the name of Delph, and brought dying of starvation in China It is Uor.se stocl'' will sell on easy terms mado from Royal Grapo Week, but one qr two duces of the p. H. Shutts were namea as crop words dtreptly to the patrons. tbf m here Monday charged with stated that nearly 2,000.000 people with uood bank note at 6 per cent Cream of Tartar A number of interest- Many of you perhaps noticed that trying to wreck the fast train near wonderful anti Toxine has brought reporters are in dancer of death unless interest (be little fellow through 0. k, ing speeches were made on topics tb.i roport of your child or of the Livingston by placing an obstruc Will serve loaf bread and boiied NO ALUM.NO LIME PHOSPHATE relief is forth coining. Mrs. D. N. Williams, who for qf interest to every larm.er, and ev child under your care showed a tion on the track. Theia trial is the pant month hap been iu the ery qne who was present was grea grade rather low iu deportment. set for next Monday. y pleased with the result of the This is often due to a number of Good Samaritan Hospital in CinThe board of ttustees at their cinnati, is much better, being able meeting. unexcused absences which urns' of meeting last Friday night, IS ordered to sit up some and take a little course be counted against the de lights for Mt. Vernon, which will ANNivnR'aAHy: T h e Willing nourishment. portment of the pupil'and for which Workers of the CbristUn Church you are often responsible in your be good news to nil. The lsrge Willian O. Jones, who Is now n 2000 candle power, gasoline lights urn celebrated the Fourth Anniversaiy the Police terce of. New York City of the society, with a mosi delight failure to send a written excuse to will be installed and a sufficient Ton- was oere this week visiting relatives ful banquet, given in the dining the teacher. This is not difficult number to light the tpwn well. All Caused Sore Throat and for you to do in case it is necessary or use is due qur sllitis. Restored by anb old friends Bill, ni he is familsplendid board, hall, of the M,asonic lodge, Wednes yo to keep yqqr child, out of is a Rock Castle bov for Peruna. iarly called or meriting and trying to meet day evening. Covers laid for filty sphool, and, sjqce (t is the only sure every requirement of the town. whom Rock Castleians ate proud Jo Mr. W. II. The social function was qne of the way for us to keep a II o u s c y, .true record we honor, for by bjs own efjbrts. jijs very interesting feature of the bolieve it is not asking too Stony Point, EASTER CARDS FREE. much sHCces'sinljreapliieyefl. IN Tennessee, Since of you evenings' entertainment. to send us such written ex writes: organization two of the charter cuses the This work is finished in the latest up to date dark tones, theyS Let us urge upon you ngain'i Not Chbap Tkasii But 10 ! "Five yeara LOCAL members have have died, Mrs Nan the importance of regular & ago I took a S positively will not fade. You get fivodiffereut positions, and thecs and very sovero On account of' a little mishap nie C. Albright, the first President, prompt attendance. t price is such that thev are within tho reach of all. We ahoS It is scarcely cold which 5 make all grades of with our type Just at the last min and Mrs. F. L Thorapfon. The possible for an ordinary pupil to do Photographs at one half the prices :3 in I want to send free to every resulted la grippe. I ute. we failed to tret in our last is- roll call showed three charter mem the necessary work of school if he :rs ZZ. charged in the larger cities. reader of the Signal to beautiful never w a a sue the announcement of Dr. Fran- bers absent. Mrs. W. J. Sparks, is ahsjnt as much as one fifth of Come and see and be convinced, bring your friends and don't 3 S: imported, embossed colored Easier so bad off. I Mrs. Mary cis coming to Mt. Vernon to locate who was in Louisville, the time. And now as we begin post cards, all different, 3 Ei forget the baby. without was in ueu Infirmary for the practice of his profession, Williams, who is in the u.joii the secend half year let us any advertising on them whatever weeks, and dentistry. Dr. Francis has pur- at Ciucinuati, and Mis. W. M. urge upon vou also the impor-ttneI do this because I want people when I did of Dr. M. L. Povnter, who was sick. Mrs. M. E chased th ies:dm:e of attendance until the end of to kuow the high grade caids I get up I had Myers on Old Main street and will Grimes who is now located at Lex- the session for unless a pupil contill f t o n s tiq be carry at manufacturers' prices. jiid g r o Mr. W. H. Housley. just as soon as he can gtt ington, was also absent. The Will- dones his work to the end of the If be here jou prefer beautiful Valentine throat. a great 1 located over matters adjusted at his home in ing Workers have done terra and takes the final examina- cards say so when you write. "I tried to euro this for eighteen 3 in Mt Vernon, and it might tions be. cannqt be Monticello. Dr. Myers was here work is tint you, send me 4 months, but it giadually got worse. A promoted to q AH l ask Clowdy days as good as bright. Come early nnd avoid the my from Winchester last week to close be said that this organiz.jtgn Cjf hgher grade for next year's wrk. cent's In one cent stamps to cover doctor advised, me to have thotonsils J Idea. g later rush. cut out, but I did not like good wotnefl tas ueen the main We urge you. to vMr, the Dr. Address. U r Johnson, Another doctor examined me, and told t edeal with Dr. Francis. school and . D"P 55 Rochester, N Y. me tho same thing. I llnally got a bot Myers will move his family to Win stayot the Christian Church, and ..,nftV,rnr eucourage us and the pupils by can se our earnest wish is tlut thvir work hus showing your interest iu our tle of Peruna, and after I had taken C r" y Chester just as soon as he nnn hnttlo my throat was better. I FOR FLETCHER'S and make will proe of greater good in the work." cure a suitable residence bought and used a dozen bottles, and iiiiiiuiaiuuaiiiaiiiauiiiiiiiiiiiaiuiiauiiiiiiuiiiiiiaiui T. A. Houston, Principal. future than even in the past. as.w I was going to set well, and I did," i the other necessary preparations. MT VbHNON.Kv. lor2 .! .'"MH88MSSHMSKHffi 1 1 1 iiiiiiii ; iii1ii1:;j 1 i I : . 1 1 i iiii 1 ii : i i i ! i ! 1 i 1 I M s 79 niuii "79 fT BraaT!a :::::.:::::::::::::: :: ae. ae. aea i . ae. ae.. ae. - 100 ae. 5 - lecond-olii- Be-re- Per Cent Pure Leather "v a.. I ae' ae. I THE LEATHER No pure material than contain substitutes substitutes The usage. It the the famous That this has parts than built fromeight to "Stronger-Than-The-Law"Shoeis- one substitutes making but many withstand the months and has reputation The Strongest and Longest Wearing Shoe The a number tear in the World. which makes it We have them and in Come wearing Jf a .v.... ! Ba,room-sville,wa- s .... EVEERY PAIR GUARANTEED. men and at the ae. Men's $3.75 Boys' $3.00. We more about the strongest Bring us yours. !. (n 1 1 1 ... PUBLIC SALE. I Con-gressn- - pOYAl - pr I !'-- n &AKING POWDER Absolutely Pure - I BAD CASE i m NOW THE TIME TO GET OF GRIP m I PErW g I 1 25 Pictures for25ctsl PICTURES FIVE POSITIONS first-clas- s 1 Beau-tifulOnk- " - several 1 1 e HERE FOR TEN DAYS ONLY. Saturday, Feb. 1 Will at Mt. Vernon 8th, Proctor's Store. l Children I BEN. P. EBERHART. CASTORIA I f 4 s Oi- JMBTOMffiW5S to . KaiiiaWtW'ca,Jiaa al6 cre6lt"tWq I ragman Grippe m "I am much pleased, to be able to write and thank you for what Cardui has done for me," writes Mrs. barali r.lllilnnri nf Silnr CAiv. N. C. "I net Frhni.irv. I had the Grinnc. which left me In bad siiape. Before that, I had been botiicrcd with female trouble, for ten years, and nothing seemed to cure it. "At last, I began to take Cardui. I have taken only three bottles, but it has done me more good than all th,e doctors or than any other medicine I ever took. i ? a p t. i;- i- a J 42 -f The Woman's Tonic after-effec- ts of any serious illness, like the For t!:c Grip, Cardui it, the best tonic you can use. It builds strength, steadies the nerves, improver, the ppe'.'le, rcjjulatcs irregularities and helps bring back the ..jtural qlow of health. Cnn!ui is your best friend, if you only knew it. Think of the thousands of ladies whom Cardui has kebed! What could possibly prevent it from helping you? ' Remember you cannot get the benefit of the Cardui : Tcdients in any other medicine, for they are not for sale i.i . y drug store except in the Cardui bottle. Try Cardui. V lor io- - I to: Lades' Adiory Dept., Chu nm m Mcd'c ne Co., Chillanooga. Tcna., booU. "I'oi.ie Treatment lor Women." sent free. Instructions, and AND HIBE-. Ifi S HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES cIpm- WNK tilLL. N'fl W Q flQlfla iMA 1? liiikntiVn, Htnliu IU MM rjvek'i RonlPr1 10 VVi H Carmicdl ma le a busl.iess u tract Of hunt ones owned Or T. (J. Mrs. Vlars, thenco with Olaru' lino rt 41 W 4 trip to the country this weik ROCKCASTI,n,ClRCUlT COURT ipolotinndU links to a htnko in the, illiatfi, John 11- - Unlton C,C Ilell Kiucer m Vtiy mcic at her tureuk; thonco N Gl 4 w (I puled to a I'lnintlfTs. I Htaku In HMnu; thcncii N !I8J W 18 v4 mother's. mid .1. 1'. Grlfliii I'etry I'carce Mm VS ComiiiUsloiter's Sale. puicH 10 a siivko 111 inc rivuk aim llltllO Cittongiui was called home on accounty road, with o.ni tmlnierei; thunco Mnry Owens Delilah lilkin W 2opokM to a count of the illness of his sis(cr, with tho creek N IU Kstill Hlkln, l'rcil filUm and ntukc; tlionco H 7U W lu poled to a Dufendnnts. etuku; ihuncu S 8 E 22 poles to a beech Miss Sullic CMOngitn Site ts het Kitty Wood v" Ily irtue of n judgement and order stump, corner to a nchool house lot ter nt this 1 i cm of wile of the Rockcastle Circuit court nnd running 8poIe to a dogwood on is in Corliiu ('irf-- 1 .) iiher toin the west Hldo of tho county road, It rendered nt the. January term, 1911 thereI Kiltie M irv another corner to the tmld this wek m as ! of, I slnll proceed to offer for sale at thu icliool liouoi) lot: thenco with the lino r Aii r'nir' front door of the Court house in Mt, Ver- of BaliT lot. N 8(1 VV 10 polon to a thiicd ri:il W 4o pol'H to a t:ik and vA'illiu ,. t non, Rockcastle county Kentucky, to i, f ; whluiouk, for but - Mrs the highest nnd best bidder, at public thenco T 21 called poles to a iiow goii 'it. wlilt W 00 onk auction on Monday, the 27th day of Feu In tho month of a hoPow 011 thu bank t Ab er IMtlll ruary, '1911, between the houra of 9 of branch; thenrse N Co VV 4o po.eu to -t j 7 o'clock a, 111. and 4 o'clock p. in , being it buokoyo and popHr; th'n , 8'i polurt to a horii'-- i l rt'id i "i regular county court day, on n credit of 0 llr: tti'uo.' S .1 W h2 poi i' Ji' six months, the following described rea uVii 'n a hollow corns' 1: ' un (i 1" lm ion i 'f K (IS u)f H to v "i. estate, located in Rockcastle county, Ky Ikon the waters of Morse lick, u small pait union lio hHnk 11 i.iiu nil thn crook with hiiiuo N.So Kfio l conof it being in Jnckson county nnd vf, to th'j Ivglnnl tif, a nt r fii.il sisting of two tracts: ncrvr tpore or ! t ts' I tract is thus 1st tract. The first for tho putcbane price tha ptuvb it r .1 1..' Maine Larmical founded: Beginning at a white oak munt o.ceute bond with amiroved sure iiiiiuioviiig black oak and black gum. the 19th cor- ty, bearing Interon from data of sale wa visiting her granc mother at I tilt ween i fi J. ner to o surey made in the name of Wil- until paid, and hiving the foreo and Mt Vt liam McClure, thenco'S 83 K100 poles elhctof a judgmunt. Uhldern must bo ; yy MctLngm- - r. cla to Trace brauch to a while oak; thence N prcpareu toeoinpiy wun inesu Minns tor Hit L'jiiUv i v Kir i G. S. GUIPI'MN, 22 H 32 poles to ft gum; thence N 20 H 25 1'j f . liiniii -- in, , Miss VtTuuuic.t MnstorCom. KUC poles to a gum; thence N 5 W 98 poles to I he of U l Bcllistadt, vas ile I a white oak; thence running up Hurton'a aunt, Mrs. A H. McFerrou tho i ring branch N 88 W no poles to a white oak on the side of a hill; thence latter part ot the week. Road N 63 W 9 poles to two large pines on a Master J. P. Burns was here WedUOCKOASTLK CIIWJUIT COUItT. lidgeabout 150 yards from n tmtli that nesday. The Railroad compjuy Adminstriitor lead-t- o said Burton's house: thence S 3$ L. L. Thompson. bOmmiSOiOllBI'S ' ChBldren Cry for Fletcher's - 1 - (' 1 1 ' l. ' The Kind You Hnvo Always Bought, nud which has been in uso for over 30 years, has horno tho signature of and has neon mnuo unacr his pcr- sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no ono to deceive you in this. nro but All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd "Just-ns-gooExperiments that trifle with nnd endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. lyy- d" I 1 1 .; - - i..dinfue Castorin Is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It contains ucithci Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms and nllnjs Fovcrlshncss. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It nsslnillatcs tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy nnd natural sleep Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA ) ALWAYS Commissioner's Sale Writs for price- Wool on CoRimltslon. list mentlonlpg this ad. ..CJbUi . Established 1837 LOulSVILLE,KY. wit Wffig$&? IV nA m jjjJSs r grow 1 ,AV VERNON CISKET DO. I 3 3 3 PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, AND i : f E.UHALMKRS Mt. Vernon, Ky. 3 3 3 -- 3 CDJCH MZTALIC CASKETS Coffins and Robes. LictMicd 3 1 GSORCE OWENS, Manager 3 j", Ollieo Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE la 3 1 x; EmbalmiT u ill liavt charge of that line of work for the company. S z2 Henrso sent to all points. Er Orders by wire promptly tilled. S fiaiuiuiiaiiumiimauiiuiaiiaiiiaaiiiiiiimiiiuuiiiiuiii SxiaRBEanrflffiaaBsas mK3f?2st&r?--n2- i 8HS11 i93" Th fa J waz ri S P ti Sttiij week straightening the curves in Cotumissiouor's suit 205 poles to a black oak nnd small posi vh oak on the side of a hill and corner to the Win. T. Adums, Jumos B Adams, the track Mrs. Win. Sowder, of McClure survey; thence with his line N und Alton Adaui6, guardiun of Mt Vernon, is visiting he! mother To K 67 poles to the beginning. Win T Adams and .lames B Ad- Mrs. Win Baker. Henry Poleet 2nd tr.tct. The second tract is describ- ums; Defendants. is with his daughter, Mrs; George ed as follows: Keglnnlng at a black oak By virtue of a judgmunt und Cottongitn. Mjss Lottie Cnrmical known as Champ Mullins' old comer and ordeV of the Rockcastle standing on n hill afout so rods south- Circuit Court, rendered at tho is numbered among the mcV. ward from a place called thn burnt Innunrv torm. i91i thereof. I Sunday school at th) Baptist rabbin; thence a former line S 65 V. 306 shall proceed to offer for sale at 'church every Sunday. H)Ies to a stake in the middle of Horse the Jrout door or tuo court House I.kk.rreck at a mill dam, a sycamore in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle eoun-ti'- , COMMISSIONER'S SALE marked as pointer on the west side of Ky , U) the highest and best of the tin. creek; thence down the middle bicder, ut public auction, on MonROCKCASTLH CIRCUIT creek and county line S 10 K 24 llos, S day the 27th day of Feb. 1911, 33 K 30 poles, S 55 B 19 poles to a stake between ho hours of 9 o'clock a. Court. in the creek and a large poplar pointer, m. nnd 4 o'clock p. m. (being Plaintiff stnndiug on the south side of the creek rojrular county court day) ou a Mujor Gadd, VS) COMMISSIONER'S SALE. and in line of the 400 acre survey; theme credit of six months, the followKlizu-bet- h S 17 W7& poles toaMiiall hickory and ing described real estate, located Harris ju Gihiu, black oak on the .idge; Uictice N 60 W in Rockcastle county, Ky., and Ramoy, Fanny 240 pales to a spotted oak and hickoiy boifnded as follows: King, Uichurd King Defendants on u high point; thence N 31 V 160 Beginning at a largo poplar on By virtuu.ofa judgment and poles to the beginning. Branch; thence an east order of sale of thu Rockcastle purchase price the pun baser Long For the course up the hill' to Harvey Circuit Court, rendered at the must execute fond with approved surety on a white hearing interest from day of sale until Rowe's lino, corner January Term, 1!)11, thereof, I of oak; ihence with Hurvuy Rowe's paid, and having the force and effect lino a north course to a while shall proceed to offer for sulb ut o judgment. Iliddcrs must be prepared oak cornor; thonco a northwest tho front door of the court house to comply with these terms course to iho hickory corner; in Vernon, Rockcastle Mt G. S. GRJFI'IN, thence with Win. Kjnloy's.liue to County, Kentucky, to tho highMaster Com. R. C. C of-stil- V MJ i)les ton stake; thence 870 K of W. H. llowc, deceiisod Pl'iT. has had three suiveyors here thic The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over THf CCNTAUR COMPANr, LfMc tl MUHRAY STRCCT. WtW VOHK CITY. Bears the Signature of 30 Years :xcc:oc PART OF :ccx SAVING YOUR INCOME Is a good habit, ami one that should tie cultivated by all carend and prudent persons, but the fact that the comfort of your wife and children is de- and this earn- IKMiilent pn your earniiiK capacity should not be overlooked, infj capacity should lie insured for their benefit The Participating Income Bond Policy Affords ideal protection fit that it provides First A prompt payment of the amount of the policp in the event of death. S55K9fi53 liWmriWr! -j ft B Wtiia &JSSIM feB I'd yhJ?i&?hBkiStmmg"lBWi mMmMil Cood FOR FULL PARTICULARS, CALL &m MOBILE EAi &IARDI GRAS SPECIAL REDUCED FARES STOP OVERS AT ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS & CRESCENT ROUTE. TicKets on sale February 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 and 27 Setarnicrj until March 11th, 1911, with Privilege of Eitenslou AHY TICKET OR WRITE AGENT. QUEEN H. C. hINO. 101 I'asttfiKr and Tlcktt Agent, V. A. BECKLCR, II. 'itain Street, Lexington, Ky, tlenerftl Pailcnrer Arent. Inialls Uulldlas, Cincinnati, 0. tufa Wt rtX 'WJ&yAI "POSITIONS' PLENTIFUL ONU&UALL &r. YJovj Gfccf,iy. W.ZPOrW forct j:$-KK&3sc . Convenience of the SavingsAccount, 11 copcpx; . . 'Ih r: M tuv norsons kooi) thoir monev here as Darmanent in- jftvesimont because tho risk of loaning to individuals is avoid- j' i! 1. .!s an uivesiiiiieiiL, yuu i:au uouipuit) mu tiui rumrus uui;u 'fi r.it"'y Small amounts may bo added at any time. A savings hcu'I Jut offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are You may withdraw a part or tho idle, a A'aiting investment, '0 oiit'tre amount atiiny time. With a determination to save you ways welcome horo. Why not lend your money to tho flii lit.' As borrowers, wo stand ready to receive such amounts. ; n y u can save from time to time. We will pay you a regu- to of interest on your money We'll explain in detail if Ct lar ukvou will call at the bank. 1 . ' following described real estate, located in Kentucky, anil County Rockcastle bounded as follows: One tract of laud located near the town of llrotlliead and on tlic waters of Dicks river nnd bounded as follows: Hejjin- iiiiitf at r rock pile with pointers, southwest of the W T Smith tract, in a email branch; thence N 53 W'50 jioles to a stake with pointers, in tne line ot satit Smith tract; thenc6 N 38 E 13 poles to a i ctnbo T . w ItYilli tt 1itiR , witti nnlnlprR ...... ,.u......., " " thence S 53 E 119 poles to a stake nenr line of J. E Wood-yar- d the branch in the and T. S. I'rith; thence S 38 V 13 jxiles to the beginning, containing 4 acres, by survey. 1'or the purrhase price the purchaser must execute bond with approved surety tearing interest from data of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a judgment. Didders must be prepared to comply with these terms. G. S. GRIFFIN, Master Com. R. C. C tho top of the ridgo' to a stone linu to est uud best bidder, at public Sale a wiiiiu thence a stiaightiuu uiu auction, on ouk eiirnei mi 'side: thunce with William Rowo's Mnnduy, tlie,27th day of Fob line to a stouo corner at the ruary, 191.1, between the hours COURT. ROCKCASTMJ CIRCUIT branch; thence with said branch Thompson natter, Jesse Daker, Lillie td til be'innlnsr. containing 4n of 1) o'clock a. in. and 4 o'clock (I- m. (being regular county Baker, Hiid linker, I.ee Baker, Grace a'iri'.s more or less. Dollic Riker, ...I'lnintitU. aikcrnnd court day), on a credit of six For the purchase price the vt Commissioner's Sale must execute bond, with months, the following described Defciulant. Nnney Robins, approved surety, bearing interest real estate, jocuted in Rock-easilllv virtue of a imlgniciit nml onlcr of uato or sale until puut, and County, Kentucky, and sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, hfiying the force and effect of a bounded us follows: renuerclnt tho January term, 1911 tliere- - Jiidireiuent. Bidders must be of, shall proceed to offer for sale at the I)ro,mjed to comply with these Situuted oirtho waters of Big court house in Mt Vernon, Rockcastle terms Q V; GlUPFIM, Clear Creek and bounded on the cottuty KentucKy, to me niguest aim Master Com uoc. east by the lands of W. A. best bidder, at public auction, on MonHammond; on tho north by tho day, the 27th day of Pehruaiy, 1911, lands of Mujor Gadd and Harriscn Sale the hours of 9 o'clock a. in. and Gadd, and containing So acres, 4 o'clock p. in., it belli; rcgnhr County Court day, on a credit of six months, the more or less. v llOCKCAB 1'L.n CIKCUI I" COURT. Commissioner's If totally and permanently disabled and your ability to earn .i living for your family i9 destrojed, the company, without cost to you, will keep up your insurance, or will pay the amount of the policy to you in ten equal annual installments. Third Should you live to be seventy (70) years old the amount of the'policy will be paid you in cash, thns protecting you against poverty and want in your old age. Second pur-chase- r Commonwealth Ufeli surance Company HOME OFFICE: Commonwealth Building, 312 W y li-p- 1 Chestnut; LOUISVILLE, KY. J. D POWERS, President; MATT O'DOHERTY, Vice President; DR. J. V. GUEST, Medical Director; I,. G, RUSSELL, Manager, Industrial Department; DARWIN V JOHNSON, Sec'y and Treas.; I.SMITH HO-- . MANS, Ass't Secretary and Actuary. Commissioner's .."., I 3-- 4 .Commissioner's Sale .. COURT. Plaintiff G.D.Clark, vs Commissioner's Sale Lester dark and Eva Clark, Defendants By virtue of a judgment and order pf sale of the llockcnstle Circuit Court, rendered at the Jan. term 1911, thereof, I shall proceed to oiler for sale at the front door of the court house, In Alt, Vernon, Uicki'astli County, Ky , to the highest and best bidder, at public atic Hon, on Monday, the 27th day of Febru- ary 1911, between the hours of 9 a m. ami 4. p. m , being regular County Court day, on a creek of six mouth, the follow ing described real estate located in Rock castle County, Ky., and bounded as follows; One tract, of land located In on tho vvatem of ..M "RUtKUAhrWS . January term 1911, thereof, I shull proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court house in Mt. Vornon, Rockcastle county Ky., to the highest and best bidder, at public uuotion, on Mon day the 27th day of February 1911, between the hours of 9 a. m and 4 o'clock p. m (being county court day) on a credit of siz mot.ths, tho following described real estate, located in Rockcastle county, Ky , und bounded as follows'. lot located in Livingston, Rockcastle county Ky, bounded on tho north by High street; on tho east by tho lands of Susan Mtillids; on tho south by a lot owned by Smith Kellyjandon tho west by Gauley road, and fronts 175 feat on High street and runs back of equal width 2ooft. One, Pl'ff. Tho Bank of Mt. Vernon vs Commissioner's Sale. Eliza Mullins, Lou McGuire, Ed Mullins, Arch Mullins, George Mulling, Ove Mullins. J W. Brown, and C C. Williams, Def ts. By virtue of judgment and or der of sale of the Rockcustlo Circuit Court, rendered at tho - . ... M".M - .. ...h. v;ikuuh ,. .. i PHI? BANK OF MT. VERNON, (INCORI'OUATKD.) v MT. VRRNON, KENTUCKY. x$&c$pc&3d stss-ssmssKnssest. iGNoc:, IA F LORIDA AW A&X Orjl WINTER TOURfST TICKETS TO-- - SOUTHERN RESORTS SAUE DAIL.V ESiSfsr,5?" ssooryj i??i8i'd?if5 GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1011. FOR FULL PARTICULARS, CALL riitsas2stBi &m II. C. KINQ, Pztxnsi: ar Oil AW ACEKT QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE, OK WniTE i Tlcicct AjJnt, 101 E. Msln St., LUXINQTON, KY. Vs!MegsaigwvrTgngs Clear ci'pCTVflMd beginning at a upiuco plno stand ag plose to the east sido pf tha aforesaid creak, it being a cornor also to tho land of J, J. Berry; thonco S 75 K J2 poles to a stako at a fence ploso to tho lower side of tho road, with a shumao pointer; thence running" with tho fenco N 41 E lo notes to a stake: thonco continuing" with tio fonce-N4K4o poles to a amall black oak on a narrow ridgo; thenco continuing with tho rldgo and with tho fence N CO E do polos to a atalro nt tho foot of.a largo cliff; thenco down the cliff N 54 K 40 poles to a whlto oak and beech on a narrow point In Calloway's olej line;" thenco with said lino N 25 poles to 1 auction, on, Monday Uio 27th day of February. 1911, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m and 4 o'clock p. m. Joeing TORUitr county court day), on a credit of six G S Griffin, months, tho following described Master Com. real estate, located in Rockcastle County, Kentucky, and bounded FALLS VICTIM TO THIEVES. as follows: S. W. Bends, of Coal City. Ala. Onetract pf land located on Iils a justifiable grievance. Two the headwaters of Clear Creek thieves stole his health for twelve bqundpd on tho north by tle years. They were a liver nnd and lands of William Linville; on the kidney trouble. Then Dr. King's New Life Pills throddled them. east by the lands of H. 0. Roulett Unrivaled for and Samuel Croucher; on the He's ,well now. Constipation, Malaria, Headache, aniith iv 'tllQ lands of Louis Dyspepsia, a.sc at Chas C Davis, R,,uiett.aed on tho wost by the . . .. If.. Tl Do you. want the Signal one yr!""18 or oua angau, couwu.u.ig acres. and Courier Journal daily 8 mo for For tho prirchuso price tho J3..W For the' purohase price the purchases must execute bond, with approved surety, bearing interest from date of sale until paid; and having tho force and Bidder effect of a judgment must be prepared to comply with theso terms. For the purchase price tho purchaser must execute bond, D, G. Gen'L London, Ky. with approved surety, bearing interest from date of salo until . 'stxSacecDtcoeGoG' $ paid, and having the furce uud Bidders effect of a judgment must be prepared to comply witli purchaser must executo bond, I Buy and Sku. Rkalkstatr these lorms. with approved surety, beariug I have on hand at present some G. S. Griffin, interest from date of sale until, very desirable farming land, some Master Comlrnissioner, li C. C. paid, and having the force and mineral nud timber laud and some Bidders effect of a judgment. COMMISSIONERS' SALE must bo prepared to comply with town property it's all for sale, come in and see me before vou buy. ROCKCASfLEClROUlT those terms. I will sell or exchange with you. COURT G. S. GXIFFIN, You will find me at the Bank of Master Commissioner, It. C. 15. Mt. Vernon. W. C. Viars, Adminis A. B. Furnish, of John A. Mt Vernon, Ky. trator TORTURED FOR I5 YEARS Plni'itiff by a Crouchor Deceased, stomjtch trouble Cry VS COMMISSIONER'S SALE. that baffled doctors, and resisted FOR FLETCHER'S 1 John A. Croucher's Heirs, all remedies be tried, John W. Defendants. Modder.s, of Moddersville, Mich., By virtue of ajudgmout ar.d .seemed doomed. He had to sell His his farm give i ) mii uitj iwp4$ m- uniin order of sale of the Rockcastle neighborsandsaid, up work. live "be can't Circuit Court, rendered ut tho much longer". Jf Whatever I ate January Torm, 1011, thereof, I distressed me," he wrote, "till 1 shall proceod to offer for sale at trved Electric Hitters, which tho front door of tho court house vorked such wonders for me that Vernon, Rockcastle I can now eat things I could not in M.t. raJtd 00iZ Kentucky, to tho high- taki for years. Its .surely a grand County remedy for stomach trouble " est and best bidder, at public inoijvqtniii ooog Just as good for the liver and ROACH, Ag't, : 3oc$ae:Tfc cure-deiyin- g Children - CASTO Rl A yo D Every bottle fcitarauteed Vidnevs. Only 50c at Cbas. C. Davis. The Mexican rebels united lorces south ot Juarez nnd began a fierce battle with the Federel forces at It was said 7 o'clock last night. before' the battle began that the rebels would attack the city early this morning. When a child is in danger u woman will risk her life to pro tect it. No great act of heroism or risk of life is necassary to Give protect a child from croup. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and all d tnger is avoided. For sale by Chas. C Mnjqd pnv spiOM OOG'OOJ' " XijJij3o3iu 'iuiap pat urajinj Jinot- tataoj jo a)mAO03 tiB)I JO IfJBipjJ put 'doif 0; jitn Ma v t) Jjooq a- - 'ooi) oj pn 'aoirfiajojn' JO 9ZJI 0 jijl sijl nco Pa is. y?1118 Von I .1 A I -- Gigutvo Bwi tu tl OASTORIA, Hae iA0 is) xaio tjt(Scj faint's uoq an p)A)4 Aq 'nanTjancaid 'inXaoai Xl0omXi a ijjL psjtjnop otij) sjoin iuxj JO JWUH SIjJ IVU D9BIJ5P IBU ptflJICU.7 pn pjlBHinjj i'' inopiuijjp aijj t'.; i pan !b( ; ipdi iDojtu intui Xij p3jo npj jo jooiiaiui33 5)w)3 paipji JJns; 'i'.ut J, 'J 'iQ jo Boiijijj(5ai ai ijpit 'M)J0M pU)tJ JO 93J0J 3j titti lot: '. UaJU UW UI.UIJ UU VBIJ UV(JIMIUUJ4 9V I 34npnj)udni mjc uoivpui'o; Jnq n(j P19 V "0 'Joniiipud t) pspMjza Jjooq m n qanni it tooj)tuj)nj ppsqi uissdin: i'!"W 'PPHl'lf-"!UW 0 V '0) iuopia yHQUYwraiNi M3H vm jo slinloT' am pn 'iiin)u) 'tai uijt pn tn tpdi 'lJl p qj jo ilojoniumj jfp-Jti'- ijija pj)auid j 'po an i jni t , ri Always Bought k ..' asHsnaricj isnp i ''3 r' 1