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Y mtti OW "- a ' "to J i 1 n, 'i&juL& i 'Established -- ' Tiafc "' ; 1 887 NUMBER 21 COUNTY, KYM FRIDAY, FEBRUARY,. 1 1 V Article 43. For statfding stall- A license tax to pool ion or lack. 45 Der vear. Bull.. 1 or . TTnnn siif.li rAuorftMnn RnnrH teen i billiard,, . . w.w. .... VWU.M. VfWU . 4m. J license shall become void, but the table shall be $2; a year tor the ana Doar, .50 cents per year. Article 44- - P&r setting up, An ordinance providing for a Trustees may waive the forfeiture first table; $5.00 per year for the Trades, Oc and ,pay pack tho" proportionate second table, and $2 a year for or runuing special License tax on , K. . ' cupatious, Professions, Amuse- - patt of the unexpired term of said each additional table KCft, main- artful dodger, Boston egg dodger .r1 njeuts, and other occupations aud license. , taiued or operated for hire or gain or similar contrivances, knife-rac, or filbilar contrivance, business. -Articxk,. It shall be the du- - No gambling or Setting, or sale of cane-racV Be it ordained y the Board of ty of tho period licenced to keep any kind of drinks, shall be al- $2.00 per day or $35 per .year, but Trustees of the Town of Mt. Ver- - said license posted in a couspicu-nc- lowed in connection with any pool, no such contrivance mentioned in j Ky.: cus pfa''at their respective places billiard or pigeon table, or upon this article shall be operated after shall be unlaw- - 0f bSess. the premises, or j'n a room adjacent midnight or befqr 6 a, m. Articlh 1. Article 45. For operating a flyful for any person, firm or corpora- - .AVFiclii 6. It shall be duty of thereto Nor shall children under swirijr, tion, to engage in, or carry on any ToWa'Marshal and his deputy or the age of sixteen (16) be allowed ing profession Of deputies, to cause proceedings to to play upon said table or to loaf or other contrivance of'similar natrade, occupation, business;, or give any entertalii he Instituted against any person, about tbe premises. No playing ture, $2 per day, or $25 per year, ment, or do any ol tue iniogs firra , compauv or corporation, car- - shall be allowed after 12 o'clock, but no such contrivance shall be named in this ordinance, within the rying on any business, trade, or midnight, Upon conviction for operated after m dnight or before yards fine JOcvGinghams " corporate limits of thetowodf Mt. profe5siou,or for doi'ig any act for tbe first offense the owner of tbe 6 a. m. y for 61-- 2 cents per yard. a Article 49. For operating Vernon, Ky , withont firsf having which a license is required, "who table or tables or licensee shall be ,fcW procured a license so to do and has not taken out any license and fined $5; for the second offense shooting gallery, $1 per day; $5 per Call $10; and for the third offense bis month, or $25 per year. paid the special license tax thereon paid the special tax there on. Article 4?. For each 'circus or as hereinafter provided. All license Articlh 7. All license may be license may be revoked. ; tax on'the professions, trades ve- transferred by permission of tbe sArticle 17. For each undertak managerie exhibiting jn the ! limits of the town of Mt. hicles, occupations, amusements, Board of Trustees. ing establishment, $2.50 per year. special license "the first perform- business and other Article 8. The special license Article 18. For each bowling, Vernon, $10 for taxes imposed under this ordinance tax on trades, professions, occupa- or box ball alley, $.. per year fo ance ana 95 tor eacii addition perKY; ' shall be collected and imposed for tions and other business, shall be the first alley; $2.50 per year for formance. --;., the second alley, and $1 per year the purpose of providing a revenue as follows: Article 48. 'Fojr each trained ' for the construction, repair and alley, kept, animal show or acrobatic perform additional For each person, for ear-Article 0. rAv maintenance of public streets in the fiirm, or corporation cairying on maintained or operated for hire or ance without a ring, $8 for the first eh Town oT"Veruon and for establish or conducting any wholesale busl Ram- performance and $4 foreach addiing and maintaining a lighting Article 19. For barber shop, tional performance. ness of goods, wares or merchan thepayment of other gen- dise, $2.50 per vear. $3 per year for chair, and $1 per Article 48. For each, theatrical, eral expenses ef tho town.! opeiatic, minstrel or other perform Article 10. For any person, year for each additional chair. Article 2. AW license granted firm or carporation operating a coal Article 20. For each bakery, ance or entertainment 'for profit, $1 per year. under this ordinance shall be due yard, per year. $iJox when not qfcfcjfiacgac&x on the first jday of March of each Auticle 11. For engaging in Article 21. For each printing given ia a licensedljopera house or year. No license shall be granted the sale ol ice, 50 cents per year. office printing a newspaper and hall kept for sucb. performances. for a longer period than the last For each feed doing job work, $, per year For This article does not apply to any woodworking machinery, in Article 12. with saw mill, $2foo per day of February in each current store, 50 cents per year. operating press for job work only, entertainment or" performance bv year additional. For operating year. . Artiple 13- For conducting independent of newspaper, $2.50 home talent. Artjclr 3. License shall not laundry in the city or acting as per, year. Article 50 - Phonogjjphic arc- planiug mill, spoke mill, turning confer any authority to any person agent for laundrv out of the city, Article 22. Ice cream parlor,$5 ade with mot ing pictures or illus- lathe, stave mill, lath mill or other to engage in the business, trade, 50 cents per year. wood working machinery, indeper year, but with trated songs, $5 per year. occupation or profession named in Article 51. For each person or pendent of saw mill, $3.00 ger year. restaur another place of business separately Article 14 For each the license, on Sunday or any other Article. 64. For operating firm selling malt mend, cream of ant or 'lunch counter, $2.50 per taxed herein, $2.50 per year. day on which the law may pro. Article 23, For soda fountain hops, beerine or similar drinks or flour, meal or grain mill $5.00 per year; except iwhere conducted in hibit the business or sale licensed. year. connection. with another busjness separate, when not used or con liquors, $100 per year. ABTiCLB 4. Every license pro Atticle 65. For each produce of busi Article 52. For each dealer in nected with another, place which is separately taxed herein. vldedlor he'ein shall be suspended ness separately taxed herein. $5 carriages, wagons and, Other vehic- or commission house $2.00 per of Groceries of Article i5. For each driig per year; but license for fountain les, $2 per r t or revoket' by the Board of Trus year. 5 ear when not sold 50 i per year, teed of said Town upon sufficient, store, $7.50 Article 66. For a general line shall carry with it the Tight to sell in connectioriwltli.anyother ; s of merchandise, where , less- "than all other soft drinks,- - except-m- at separately istxeft herein. yV , SP will find, satisfied mead and its'class of drinks 'and Article 53. For, each person sell- $1000.00 stock is carried $5.00 per coco cola. ing mowers, bidders, threshers, year. all a nice, clean, old Article 67. For each tailor shop Article 24. Fruit stores, soft plows, or similar farm machinery, Cjrocenes. line of Staple and drinks, mineral waters, exclusive not operating a licensed hardware $2 00 per year. For each pressing soda fountains, $5 per year, ex store, or other business that is sep- cleaning or dying shop wqen indeof will of n is strong alt over. No man can be ,VA stfoni cept tbe malt mead class of drinks, arately taxed hereiur $2.50 per ytar pendent of tailor shop $1 00 per who it suffering from weak stomach with its stronf - "consequent indigestion, or from nroo other disease aud coco cola or colas of any kind. Article 54. Foropetating a ho- year. appreciated. ot the stomach and its associated organs, which imAarticle 25, For each fruit tel, twenty rooms or more, $10 Article 68. For each person, For when tho stomach pairs digestion and nutrition. is weak or diseased thero is a loss of the nutrition stand doing business, on a public per year; hotel or boarding house firm or corporation buying or sellcontained In food, which is tho sourco of all ph)scal street or doing business in a booth, keeping transienttrade, from ten ing lumber, staves, poles or cross-tiestrength. When a man "doesn't feel just right, UAlt t nn tmnnmfnrtnnlft f. f. j or any other place of business, $1 to twenty roomsVffpe?' year; for where same ia yarded, in town despond-- " feeling In the stomach after eating, is languid, nervous? irritable and limits $3.oo per year, if no connecper year. boarding house, $r.Srjrper year. is lo'slnsj the nutrition needed to make strength. Mt, bf ' Sire man should ua Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Article 26, For keeping or opArticle 5s. ."ForAeach jewelry ted with any other business on E other 5 . SUCCESSOR TO Dltaerorr. It caret dlieitea of the stomach and blood. erating a public opera house, or a store with opticianjSQ per year, which license tax is paid. dlAeatlon and nutrition. It enriches the ImilAoratea the liver, otrenithena the kldaeya, nourishes hall for public, operatic, theatrical Without optician, $2 per year. Article 69. For each tin shop ind so DIVES HEM.TH HKD STRENGTH TO performances. $B per or similar . THE WHOLE BODY, For each transient or itinerant 1.00 per year. substitute For operating afford to accept n tecrtt nostrum as a though thp for this nqn year. Araticle 70. You can't optician, oculist or opthalmologist, urtent deaeF loohollo medlelne op known composition, not even prjntcd pn wrapper, scales for hire, rent or prfit, $3.00 luimuiiaaiimiiiiuuiimiiuiiiiiiiiitiuiiaiiiitiiaiaiiuiiii Article 27 For each public hall $30 per year, or $3 waythereby make a little bigger profit. Ingredients jer day. kept for hire, $5 peryear. Article 56. For each" watchmak- per year. Article 71. For each telephone Article 28. For any photogra- er or watch repaireninijt lincensed 11 iiiiv pher doing business'iu the towu ot to operate a jewely siore, $2.5o exchange $5 00 per year. W M'J Article 72. For each sewing Mt. Vernon, $2.5o per year. , ., per year, mechine agent, $1 per year, when Article 29. For any person or Article 57. ''.Forw each livery ivhlte, doar nnd Bums said business is not connected with aent other than a licensed photog- stable, $2.50 per year. fcieuuy xo mo jbbi urou. vyr tho sake ot everyone In tlio any other busiuess herein licensed rapher, soliciting orders for photo all kinds of Supplies, come family, insist on having For each feed or sale stable, $2.5o on which license is paid. graphs to enlarge .the same, $1 per year, when not separately taxOil Article 73. For each itinerant per year. will store ed herein as a. livery stable or Bootless Odor Smokeless person vending, selling or hawking Article 30, For each auctionless costs no more man infaring innk . Wfltrfin kHnflS. clothing or merchandise, patent eer, 50 cents per ear. 8nvcs eyes j save money. Your dealer has it In barrels direct trom our wonts Article 58. Fo each grocery medicines or proprietary medicines KT. Article 3'. For each blackCHAS.rC. STOLL OIL CO..,WUISVILU. A"'g" a Motor Qaso'taf on the streets or by public out-crneflnerr at Warren, Va. smith shop or wagon maker, $2 50 store, $2.5oger year. Artile 59. For each store hand- $20 per day or $100 per year. No per year. s stone ling dry goods, shoes and notions. fractional portions of days permitArticle 32. For - each crushing or quarry company, $5 $7.50 por year. ted in this article. For each clothing.and gent's fur Article 74. Eor each person, firm lll per year. or corporation operating-.machinArticle 34. For each person, nishing store, $7.50 per year. For each general store, carrying shop, 81 per year. firm or corporation engaged in selL-in' merchandise, Article 75. Eor each piano or real estate, for hire or on com a line cf general organ agent, $1 per year. 3 mission, 81" per year. Eor each furniture,store, earn Continued on fourth page. Article 55. For each fire insuring a general linet of turniture, ance company repiesented by an to $100 REWARD, $100 stoves, carpets, mattings, and othagent. 50 cents per year- .For each life or accident insur er articles for general house fur horn many good traits of The readers of this paper will is surprising ance company represented by an nishing purposes, $5 per vear. For each hardware store, $7.50 be pleased to learn that there agent, 50 cents a year for each character ono may have. The possesion LEADING DtlUGGIST, where not connected with any oth iaat least one dreaded disease company so represented. cultiof a Bank Account has a tendency to that science has been able to cure MT. VERNON, KY. Phono S9 For each plate gfass insuranct-compan- er busiuess herein licensed on in all its stages, and that is Catarrh vate more. which license is paid. tSaid license Hall'6 Catarrh Cure is tne omy or bonding company repi s dositive cure known to, the medical resented by an agent, 50 cents a however, must, amout to $7.50. Decision of having a bank accoun tis one, being a Catarrh Article 60. For each person, fraternity. year for each company so repier and he presistency to keep it is another. constitutional disease, requires a firm (.or corporation' operating a sented. Hull's constitutional treatment. So when we offer to start an account with Atticle 36, For each lawyer $10 hearse for funeral purposes, $1 Catarrh Cure is taken iuternally, per year. have tho opportunity to start, you, you per year. acting directly upon the blood Article 61. For each millinery and mucous surfaces of the system is highly Article 37. For each practicing Thrift Thrift of Character. store, 5per year. Any pe'rsop, thereby destroying the lounaatton Our lino of Couch Caskets physician, $10 per year, commendable. and giving the milli- of the disease, jb unexcelled. Article 38. For each dentist, firm or corporation selling nery in contabtiou with any other patient strength bv building up Come in and talk to us and make the start Hand-madper year. Cofh'nsfurnishetl $10 assisting license the constitution and The at saving. doing its work. Article 39. For each veterinary line ot business for which 3 nature in Hearse sent to all parts of has becu paid,, shall pay an addi- proprietors have so much faith in 3 surgeon, $2.50 per year. Very truly yours, year for its curative pbwers that they offer the County. Article 40. For each banking tional license of $2 'per conducting said millinery business. One Hundred Dollars for any case institusion, $10 per pear. Send for list All orders by Wire Promptly Filled. Article 62. For operating a mar- that it fails to enre. Article 4I. For selling or vendof testimonials. am works, ing petrolenm, gasoline, etc., by ble works oft ..monument Address F. J. Chbnby & Co. $1,00 per year. Toledo, Q, the wholese, $2,50 per year. PHONE . j Article 63. For operating a saw MT. VERNON, KY. Phone 94-S- . Article 42. For each peddler, Sold by all druggists, 75c. MS mill. $2.00 per year. For operating t , lloperdav. All farm procucts a planing mill, spoke mill, turning Take Hall's Family Pills for con- iuiuiuiuuuu.u.uauuui3 excepted. lathe, stave mill, lath' mill qr other stipation. , T...,n I OWN nrHinartPA N( UlUllldllUC HU. 1R cause, to be judged by the said I WM Articlb 16. rJip.. -- nioion-liol- e 3C3C$3Xy3 W op-crati- - k, J A n, ' nd, jenny,-merry-go-rou- j.,, GINGHAM SALE 0yV-V- 0 and buy your gingham from us, coi-pora- te U H. DAVIS, LIVINGSTON, ,- "- sys-temji- 1 , cr-necti- on - -- when-connecte- d 1 BOUGHT STOCK, 1 -- p bnst-nes- -- -- 3 - No Man is Stronger Than His Stomach Having bought the stock v his many proctor, I wish to say to at the customers that you ff stand at times, same rancy gfresh g bejS HA continuation your patronage IST. H s, 1 -- r i I C.D.SUTTON, S. 1 1 tYJn,r, T. PROCTOR. iiMil m mil lUMiitmiitimiii" j. 3e3cp:c8 FOR to this and we 3cfc3o:j Photographic Films and Paper, Cameras, Pure Sollte Lamp riai s. show you. We 3sell . lllsh-Orttd- "No-Cnr- rs Z - V e B Character Building! It g $7-5- -- BROWNIES $t.Ob $12.00. $5.00 to SISiOO. CHAS. C. DAVIS, y S 3cgfoc9&30ocgc ycjyBoycipx gs&gsfe'sirifltHI -J - UNDEETAKDE. AtMJtifc e 3 3 PEOPLES BANK. 1 1 W. A. COX, , liuuuaiaiaiiiiiiiaiuiuuiiu .V- - v?n b,'l KV f.'- -f " ," , ft I ; teiVwrSJuJvj3?airrSMmSJ 'it- tJ3!e&f!pftiaiti4&3t u 3 law - ? r. -- 5 $ZUt:j&,u' ticket mucc. He Was raised suit On last Wednesday Ggdrge and luruier and later developed into d mechanic, U a carpenter and 6Uii'l John Mounee came to tile dep t Friday, Feb. 17. igii tractor and a fine political suenkcr, 'and claimed they bad a trunk there . .. . and will begin his campaign iu but had lorgojjen to bring their that he intends , to t carry plictte clreclc. Vhen the .ageyu Published every Friday by the catnuaign even into the cue- told them not deliver the EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, ray's own locality, and when the trunk to them without the check, roll is called on voting on n bi'l he George got mad and b'gan to use So all kinds of language, which would will answer, A. N. Beutly. $I.OO ONB YKAR SUBSCRIPTION boys, you are all my friends, and not ound good in print. He swore I would dislike very much to see that on the arrival of 22, be would Advertising rates made known on auy one of you beat, but you hnd whip the agent, hut when 22 whit better get your fighting clothes on tled they bcook themselves homeapplication I am not in this fight as I am a ward The next morning the a hardshell Democrat. But if I agent got a wat rant for them und see I can start a political row, then Lee Johnson took the papers and MBMBRR OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION I will do all I can to pay some of weut and am sted Mounce who the Republicans back th3t sttngave bond; and that night made good his escape. trouble in the Democratic ranks. It is safd they to Mt. Vernon and toarded Dr. C. T. Blanford, of LaFolleMe-rwalke- d Tenn., is visiting his son, C. A. the train between two days. No Blanford. of this place. Mrs H wonder Livingston has such a H. Bourne, of Junction City, has name when we have such as this returned home after a visit of a to conten 1 with. ANNOUNCEMENT. week with her son, A. W. Bourne- PINE HILL. We are authorized to antioutico G. H. Bower, of London, was here M. MALLARD ns a candidate for Siturday. The little Adams and e of Rockcastle and Laurel counMr. Hutchcraft and a party from Baker boys that got so badly burnof the Repubties subject to the action ed are getting better. Ed Wood-all- , Louisville are here looking over lican pirty. of London, was in town Tues- Col. August sland with the prosWe ai authorized to announce K O. F. L. Thompson, the good pect of putting in a cement plant. WISHH, as a candidate for Representathe day. of Rockcastle and Laurel counties, sub- natured salesman, was iu town The rail road surveyors are still ject to the a t'on of tlieJRepublicau par- Monday; there are few1 better men here.- - Mrs. W. M Doan returned ty than "F. L." and we are always to her home at Corbin Sunday, acWe aro authorized to announce K. H. glad to see him come. Joe Omary companied by her sister and moth Thompson as a candidate for Representa-ti- has returned from Louisville. Henry McFerron reof Rockcastle and Laurel counties, Miss Bertie Robinson of the Gau-le- turned from Oklahoma Sunday. subject to the action of the Republican section, is visiting Miss Led a Miss Mayme McHarg te was at party. Mullins, of this place. Miss Lida home Sunday from Livingston. FOR STATE SENATOR. Mr, and Mrs. V. P. Freeman Cook is visiting a Miss Eubanks We are authorized to announce Sen- in Cincinnati this weok. W. R were visiting relatives in Mt. Ver ator .10E V. I50SWORTH as a candi- Dillion, of London, was here Tues non last of the week. Mrs Leoma date for for State Senator day. Mrs. w, M. Sams went to Padgett, who has been visiting her from the Seventeenth Senatorial Pittsburg Tuesday to visit homo pareuts, Mr. and Mrs I. M. Ball Biihjeet toihe aecilon of the patty. folks. Mrs. R. J. Lemons lids re- ard, returned to her home in InWe are authorized to announce J. turned from London iu perfect diana Sunday. Pierce Cottongim T. GRIFFIN as a candidate for State health. Dr. Amvx has his store L & N. brakeman, was at home Senator for the Seventeenth Senato-ral- l room about done. L. G. Falin has Friday until Sunday. Josh Lunce, district, subject to the action of been repairing his property. Con-le- of Cary, is visiting his parents this the Republican paity Mrs Belle Kincer, who has tie inspector, lor Aaron Lord week Tie Co., was here from London been on the sick list for some time LI YIN UNTO A Tuesday. Logan, William and is slowly improving. Mrs R. A. Welch visited her Moses Westerfield, three bright Master of Trains Muris, was in litte boys of L. M. Westerfield, mother. Mrs. Dolan, this week. Monday. Mrs. Cincinnati Ed from Lebanon June W. M. McHarpue is on a business Woodall. of London, has been visit- have returned and Stanford where they have trip through Laurel county this tion ing Mrs. J. P. E. Drummond. week. Miss Provie O.erbey was been visiting for the past week. Uncle George Pope remains just Mr. and Mrs. Nora Jeukins is In Paris visit- in Pine Hill Wednesday. about the same. Mrs R. A. Mrs Cottongim gave a social Sat ing her sister, Mrs. Ed Quinn. Whitehead went to Mt. Vernon Mullins has just returned from urday night in honor of Mr. Pierce delightful Cam Tuesday. Oh, such Ohio and other places and while Cottongim and Miss Ma7me Mc. weather. Gronnd hog day passed he was gone visited the Peuniteuti-ary- . Harge. All report a 'uice tfme. off and we know he saw his shadCam says it is an iwfnl place G. B. Johnson was here Sunday ow for it was a bsautitul day. to have to be sent to. Well, we between trains. But we do not believe he has any Brother Jones will fill his reguwill take his word for it as we do thing to do with the weather. wish to learn by experience lar appointment at the Baptist not 'The talk of moving the dispatchSome time ago several of the cit- church Saturday night Sun lay and ers Is still in the air, and it would izens purchased coal from some Sunday night. Born to the wile not burpnse us to see them go. hoys here which is claimed was of Thomas Hansel a fine girl on Mrs Georgia McClure is getting taken from the rail road company's the 8th. along nicely with her school. The premises and the putcbasers were Masons have held one meeting in You are probably aware that arraigned in court here Tuesday their new hall and it is simply o. pneumonia always results from a for the offense. One man was cold but von never heard of pneuk. Capt Bentley tells us he is fined $2,50. Now they will try monia when Chamberlain's Congo making a very vigorous campaign Circuit Court to see whether the Remedy was used. Why take the . and that he expects to win the nom . law, or ordinance is valid or not n'sk wlipn this remedy may be had hands down; that he ex- ra ;ct,.,.J Atty. C. C Williams has been era joavis.trifle? For sale by Chas. C. ..w Jt.l.ia IU OIL IU ItH- - llAV t .i,JUlui , by the defendants and Uoun ployed and help make the laws. He says ty Attorney S D. Lewis will take he was converted when W. O. cat eot the other side, two shrewd Bradley was elected Governor of FOR FLETCHER'S lawyers, and we look lor a livelv Kentucky and has never scratched I MT VhRNQN SIGNAL OOAIAHslioNKli'S J ' m SALE 0JtA.2.? ? st; - d I 4 Reprc-sentat- h e y (lis-trie- t, ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. V. Marler, John Plaintiff. , .VS ) , W.F. Stephens and! ' Ann Philips, Defendants and COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ' Ann Phillips, Plaintiff VS W. F. Stephens and John W. Marler, Defendants By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the January Term i9u, thereof, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front dxjor house in. 'AU Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky,, to the highest and best bidder, atublic auction, on Monday the 27th day of February, 191 1, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. pj. and 4 o'clock p. m. (being regular county court day), on a credit of six months, the following,, described real estate, located iu Rockcastle County, Kentucky, and bounded as follows: A tract ot Jand lying on the waters of Skeggs Creek and bounded on the north by the lauds of B. J. Hetburum and John Fletcher on the east by the lands of j. W. Marler and others; on the south by the lands of G. W. Payne and J W. Marler; and on the west by the lauds of John and Ed Fletcher. For rhe purchase price, the purchaser must execute bond, with approved surety, bearing interest from date ol sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders must be prepared to comply with the.-f- terms. G. S. GRiri'iN. Master Commissioner. R. C. C. x$ y 4,M l.Mll gfflll. ! V1 ISrfSltStoiaBtaffll .1j1-sUJi&- ww xgptf&c&y . - SEE FOR YOU RSELF by a personal call that we sell exactly what we advertise That our stock is the largest in town and our prices, quality' That's why considered, are the lowest to be had ai y where McKENZIE'S is the most popular Furniture house in Rockcastle - I -- . - I - r" DOMESTIC. ORIENTALS This department hab been a delight to every customer who has seen it Thes Rugs have been bought right and are sold at the right price BUGS EUROPEANS AIRTIGHT HEATING STOVES that night Price $375 and up will heat one room, two rooms or the whole house and will hold fire over S. B. McKENZIE. V THE FURNITURE MAN Phone H3. fe3oe$B0C3oC$$8 MT. VERNON, KY Nature makes the cures after all. Now and then she gets into a tight place and needs helping out. ydttjdjax& jOd$x$pc&x& g FEBRUARY GRANVILLE OWENS BARGAINS I UNDERTAKER DAILY al !CX3C33X , K Things get started in the wrong direction. Something is needed to check disease and start therrystqm in the right -- Courier-Journ- Brodhead M&jbMM Ky 1 AT ONE-IIAL- PRICE direction toward health. I Scott's Emulsion Cod Liver Oil with can of If you willbriu or send us your subscription during the mouth of February we will send you COMPLETE LINE Collins, Caskets and. Robes. All Mail,, Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly i hypo-phosphit- es THE SIGNAL ONE Y5AR AND THE IJ ! I Filled.' do just this. It strengthens the DAILY COURIER- nerves, feeds famished tisJOURNAL sues,, and makes rich FOUR MONTHS blood. FOB BALE BY ALLDKUaaiSTS W A T Nil FOR ONLY ...!, !,!, Send 10c , namo of paper beautiful 8Tlng Uank and iiach bank cooulna a Good SCOTT & BQWNE. 409 and this ad. for oar Luck Penny, Pearl St. New York Child'a Sketch-Boo- Children Cry $1.75 Or this paper ONE YEAR and WATCH? DOES IT KEEP CORRECT TIME? IF NOT, WHY NOT? ' COMMISSIONER'S SALE C ASTO R A DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L jLDoqapcggac&x X3KpXC& 3C$D Its An III Blows Nobody Good BLUE SOMETHING GOOD Wind That and while one may bring a shiver to many it will bring dollars to you if you buy Selz Shoes, Keep your feet dry and get you mon- - SELZ Jt ROYAL FOR ej MEN When you have some ML m thing good, at u gooil price we feol like tolling our good friends about it. such us Marguerite ilonr at 7o cents per sack, or $2.75 per hundred. It makes no difference where we get tliit Hour nor how we got it, so we sell it the way we say wo do. ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. Ada Champ, Galatha Todd Speed Hunt. Wm. Hunt, John Hunt, Robert Hunt, Artie Swinlnrd, May Ambrose, Ollie Hunt, Annie Hunt, Hellen Griffin, and Laura Purcell Boring, Plaintiffs VS) COMMISSIONER'S SALE. P.Y Hunt, Defendant. By virtue jjof a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered nt the X January Term, 191 1, thereof, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court house in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky, to the highest and best bidder, at public auction, on Monday, the 27 day of February, 1O11, between the hours of 9 a. in. and 4 o'clock p in. (being regular county court day) on a credit ot six mouths, the lollowtng described real estate, located in Rockcastle County, Kentucky, and bounded as follows: A tract of land consisting ol 60 acres, bounded on the north by the lands of E. C. Menifee; on the ensl by the lands of Richard Adams on the south by the lands of J F. Purcell, and on the west by the lands of John J. Belcher, recently owned by Sallie Prewitt. Eight Months for . The State and National campaigns are opening and you want to keep posted on political events. Read the l editorials And Mr. Waterson's letters from Europe will be interesting. Subscription orders under this offer must NOT be sent to the Cou but to us. Courier-Journarier-Journ- If you are having any such trouble about yonr watch 01. clock; ' just turn it over to ns and if it does not run all O. K. it will Subscriptions received at this Wo guarantoo our work. Give us a trial. price only during the menth of cost you nothing February. We do all kinds of soldering and repair work. $2.50 FRANK MOORE, AT DR. S 0. DAVIS' DRUG STORE, MT. VERNON, KY. Children Cry 'FLETCHER'S FOR CASTO Rl A How to cure cold is a question in w ch many are interested just I A a iiV a I J 1 n . Chamberlain's Cough Remely lias won its greal reputaDo you realize it is better to be , tion and immense sale by its re safe than sorry, that it is the best markable cure of colds. It can policy to lock the stable door before always be depended upon. For the horse is stolen? DENTIST sale bv Chns. C. Davis. Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy MT. VERNON, KY. cured Mrs. C. C. Gokey, of a n Office at residence on Main St. case of heart disease, such as Crown and Bridge Work a Mount Vernon Monwnla thousands are now suffering with. Specialty' Work guaranteed. Read what she says: "Hefor I' WORKS tnktniT rir MI1 "I Suffered Intense Pains in My Left Side." R. W.;DYCHE stub-hor- 3 C MoCLARY n GET THE HABIT of coming HABIT of seeing our goods-G- ET THE HABIT of asking our prices GET THE HABIT of bein neighborly GET THE HABIT of trading with us, for we save you money. . MbmbmbKi inc. KMiub WKberiBKB; J. &X3t$fr:k . in & McBEE $3C&3 T ( 1- XXSCGv - purchase price, the UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER purchaser 'must execute bond, with approved surety, bearing interest from date ot sale until paid w and having the force and effect of C. C. of and Bidders must be as a judgineut. ATTORNEY-AT-LAand prepared to comply with these Granite Monuments of all MT. VERNON. KY. G. S. Grifpin, terms. Estimates furnished iwOFFICE. - On 2cd. floor o kinds. Master Commissioner, R C. C. ' TheBankot'Mt.'Vernon, on Church on application. street. 'Special attention given GEO. OWENS Propr, Bun ti. st to Kind Yon Hare Always BoufiM to. collections. Phono 112 Phone No. 80. Of For the Stnnford. Kv Williame, Manufacturer C C. GOKEY, NorthfieId;Vt. If you have any of the symptoms Mrs. Gokey mentions, it fe your duty to protect yourself. $L cured. MRS. Heart Kemedy I nad been suffering from heart trouble for over five years. I had crown so weak that it was impossible (or me to do thirty minutes work in a whole day. I suffered intense painsin my leftside and under the left shoulder blade, I could nut sleep on the left side, and was so short of breath that I thought I should never be able to take a full breath again. The least ex citement would bring on the most distressing palpitation. I had scarcely taken a e of the Heart Remedy before I could see a marked change in my condi ion. I began to sleep well, hid a good appetite, and Improved so rapidly that whrn 1 had taken six bottles I was completely I half-bottl- -- a Dr. Miles' Heart Renu&y. what you need. If the first bottle fails to benefit, yputi m$ey returned, Ask your druggpei: is .MILES MEDICAU CO., M , 1 C&yfflG&c ,' Iwh 1 t r iV? "V-?- 9 ill (? ie joit' j "'llrs "'".'"sp"ii "r ' stm- - J" J I&C322i V "I I i I have (or sale a lot of Regular NoTlclt; All parties indebted to I Hi HilU the estate of Dr. T. J. Price, de-- 1 Pittsburg perfect ieucing at Maret , :::;HSiU3Z53KZUMzxxx:mi2XX8i: fv sasaw ceased or to Mrs. Mattie R. Price Durg, Ky. The 47 inch fence nt ! ) Mt Vhrnon.Ky. Feb. are requested to pltase call and set 26 cents a rod, the 55 inch at "JJS . . . . . -- -t cents a roat casn. liie wiuiin tue next tliirty days , 'J Call up "No. 79'i wHon , '&&-'Z- 9 you wnnltoCommunl. lyfQ therby cash or note 7 P. H. SUTTS, MA" OM onia wim munAi StJ. Oo Bromo, Ky. Very respectfully, febi73t : ! Mns Mattir E. Pricr, WOMAN'd OLUB NOTES. H feb 17 im Level Green, Ky. m 0 n 0 Mm The latest and inost improved The Woman's Club continues to manner of catching thieves Is to grow both in interest and memberplace a few stove pipe along their ship. Each and every meeting is Louiiviuc & naihvilix n.n.Co. path for them to run over, and well attended. ao... TIME TABLE. when practicable place the pipe at The Club hqlds two business and e .22 north, p m the head of the' lungesf'fllgnT of one social meeting each month. '4.55 24 north .. 3:52 a m. steps in the bouse so when it starts The January social meeting with ao 23 south ..11:44 a ., to'falj, will go to'ttie bottom. Ask Mrs. Watson, deserves especial ao 0 Rowe how mention, in that it was a "good ao.- 21 South j 12:19 a.m Judge Adams and Bill ao... it works, roads" program. Great enthusi ?' Jas. Landrum, Agent. as .. asm was shown by the number of No. 58. County Court Clerk S. F. Prions ao... keptev-erlasting- at oa is certainly proving himself a gentlemen present, and the reao . 6ijterel;(it tho'iilt Vernon, Ky. Postofflce ao... faithful and efficient clerk, and '. r sponses to calls lor speechei were , mall matter. it ao... V the splendid arrangement of his of- general. ao Prof. Houston aud Rev. Watson fice, he deserves much credit, h e ao... PERSONAL have given delightlul entertainhas supplied file boxes for every kind of papers, and all paper n ment at tlie social meetings with Mrs. W. T. Davis is very sick. the office have been put in, the readings. Victor Tate has also ad ao... Crisb Mullins is numbered among ao proper place, so that now, those ded pleasure to these occasions the sick. ao with solos. who have papers there can go and a Dr. D. B. Southard was in Stan find The Washington-Lincolmeetthem and it only requires a IIM e lWZkkrA Tiipcriav. IW few moments to do it. It Ins rt ing was held with Miss Mat WilMM V " SC. Franklin has been very quired no little effort to put the of liams on last Friday evening. The ao a ao sick the past week. a fice in the condition which he now decorations with the National flags o. Worth 1 5o to $2.5o for worth $12.50 and more for a 0." ea reported has it, and it affords us. much were in keeping with patriotic pro. Mrs. D. N. Wjlliams is a ao a pleasure to be able to pay him this gram which consisted of National to be much bettor. vV a V a ao. compliment. airs, an address by Judge Bethur Cpshier V.' L. "Rfchqrds was in just and deserving Odds and ends in assorted col1 All these sail a are made in a ao- from a "Perfect oa The records of the county clerks um, 'readings during the week. Cincinnati ors; all sixes and styles. This a the latest styles; only a few o.. a office mean too much to each citi- Tribute" by Miss McCord. and a ao... a bunch as long as they last at J. T. Bowling, of the Louisville sizes of each pattern, going paper by Mrs. Watson on Colonial a zen individually and the county as s spent the a ao 98 cents a hat. at $9.98 a suit. a a whole.'for the records not to be and Present Day Women a conhere. a -- "V trast. The costumes of the mema a carefully preserved a Mr. and Mrs. Robert, White, Jr. , bers emphasized this contrast. a wo Tai.nPiiONB Hints:-Tor a of CrabQ Orchard, are visiting relThe patriotic colors were carried a three turns of crank by local sub out in a ao. atives here. the dainty refreshments serv a a Judge L. VV. Bethurum was in scribers is sufficient to throw ed. a will a Frankfort first of this week on le "drop" at central. After ringiug A vote of thanks was extended a wait some ten seconds before ring a gal business. to Ihe Town Board for the street ao-- ao a ing again, giving operator time to lights that are being installed. Dr. Grover Price has bought the a ao answer. Violent or prolonged a ao Mauy of the plans of the Club a stock of goods of his mother at ringing is not necessary. When have a beeu perfected and the consu a Level Green. r you' wish to make two or more calls a Ml matlon of other work will be carria NH Miss Lillian and Master Conn tell operrtor so when first call is a 0M a Newland of Pittsburg, are guests made; it helps thiugs along faster. ed into effect as soon as possible. Worth $3.5o for O.' worth $6 and more a ao a of Ruth Landrum. telephone under various conThe a a ao. Mrs. Cleo Brown will leave first ditions is a nerve racking instituB110D1IEA1). a ao a ao ol the week for Louisville to buy tion and users as well as operators, a ao." Cao. her spring line of millinery. should curb their tempers. The ao J. J. Painter has vacated the o a Miss Bernice Landrum and little operator has the hardest part to Mrs. Anderson property recently a a Get our price: Soe our wondows for a short contend with answering hundreds purchased by Dr. W. F. Carter oa sister, Julia, leave a - of calls, mauy of them unreasona- and has taken rooms, tempo arilv vis.it to Miss Helen D. Keys in Cita ao oa ao EXAMINE COMPARE ble and exacting. If all users with his father. Dr. Carter's fath0 cinnati. a oa ao THE QUALITY. THE QUALITY. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Salin spent would study just a little bit, tlu er and mother will soon move to oa the property vacated by Mr. Painoa nturday until Monday with Mr. directions and advice found in ao oa . eo service would ter. Smith Adams, of the Hiott " and" Mrs. J. W. HutchesouT- of Aaaftaaj-..-.-d- . fcfca- betmproed and be more satisfactory section, died Monday and was hur- : Stanford. let " " a i ! ! i ! t '""' i ried Tuesday at the Christian . to all concerned. ' Squire J. H. Lambert was over church. Galen Rogers and son - from Boono yesterday. Squire To build a bip store, first build a ham for lunch. w. Walter, of Crab Orchard,' passed Sedentary habits, lack ol outdoor There will be regular preaching W. M. BULLOCK. Lambert is a member of the Fiscal big merchant. Emerson said that though Tuesday enroute to the services, morning and evening at exercises, insufficient mastication g "an institution was 'but the lengthHansford, Ky. Court and is one of those a torpid of food, constipation, citizens, who believes in ened shadow of one man." A store Skeggs creek section to buy hogs- ihe Christian church Sunday. liver, worry and anxiety, are the WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1911 TORTURED FOR I5 YEARS O F. Haram, of the Sayers, is no greater (ban its owner. It The entire office force of the Sig- most common causes of stomach doing things. by a neighborhood tells us that he has nal has been on the sick list aud troubles. Correct your habits acd stonweh trouble On the :st day of March 191 1. I Mrs. W. J. Sparks' aud d&ugh will grow up to the statue of his about completed his splendid new that Evcircum take Chamberlain's Stomach and will offer for sale to the highest all baffled doctors, and resisted it is under the most adverse ters, who have been at the Seel- - biggest ideas, but no larger. remedies he tried, John W. barn. It is one of the largest and liver troubles. Correct your habits bach since early in January, will re ery store in this town is growing most conveniently arranged barn stancas that we are able to get out and take Chamberlain's Stomach nud best bidder, the followiug Modders, of Moddersville, Mich., m any kind of an edition for this week and Liver Tablets and vou will' property on the iollowing terms: wwfc. Mr. ui to its owner's size, bo no mat seemed doomed. He had to sell fircf nf to be found "in this sectisn of ter .how small it is today it will i2oo bushels corn in shuck, crib his farm and give up work. For sale by soou be well again. Sparks has also been there what J. J Hysinger sold to M. E. Chas. 0. Davis. the country Thos. Cherry, the said, "he can't live run, and weighed up at 76 pounds was not necessary for him to J come as big as ho determines it much longer". merchant, is having Burton 26 nice cattle for $600; and Whatever 1 ate De. ror vour "natural mer on stock or wagon scales distressed me," he snail bushel be in Mt. Vernon. wrote, "till 1 considerable repairs made, which 14 calves to Mat Green at $16 per chant is a big advertiser. He may in my barn yard, and will he sold trved Electric Bitters, which will add much to the appearance of head. Mr. HVsiuEOr bought of to use but a small be able just-noin 5 barrel lots. Not over 5 nor worked such wonders for me that LOCAL already attractive store room. H. C. Cromer some 70 pound shoats For Infants and Children. space, but be is getting ready to his under 3 barrels knocked off at a I can now eat things I coi'ld not wife of Ben Bradley of the at 6 cents. The Kind You Have Always Bought time, wnen 3 or 4 barrels are take for years. Its surely a grand Botii to the wife of A. H. Ham- ue a big space. And he uses the Born the Ottawa section, on the 12th, a fine desired instead of of 5, make men- remedy for stomach trouble." There will be a meeting at the lin a hue girl baby on the 23th. small space persistently, making Bears tho tion to the clerk. Just as good for the liver and a part girl. Mrs. Bradley used to be Miss Court house next Tuesday evening Signature of the advertising as inevitable W&&M Also 2 nice sows with 14 pigs ij kidnevs. Every bottle guaranteed Alta Tyree, daughter, of Mr. and at 7 o'clock for the purpose of orJ, G. Anderson will move to tie of his expense as anything else to 2 months old. 6 nice fat gilts Only 50c at Chas. C. Davis. store next to the Bank of Mt. Ver- - and aiming at a constant expansion Mrs. Micajah Tyrec Mr. Geotge ganizing a Commercial or Business The withdrawal of 'Congress- weighing about 175 pounds. The E. Painter was very sick first of the Club. Business'raeu, professional .non recently vacated by J. B. of the space used. That sort of man Ben Johnson from the guber above will be cash in hand on day When a child is in danger a week but is better at this time. men and men ini'every walk of life, natorial race lor the Democratic of sale. merchant will build a big store 4Also one nice small jack, 8 vears woman will risk her life to proMrs J. Thos. Cherry is visiting if you want to help your town, be notuinatiou came as a great surprise C. D. Sutton has purchased the for he is, potentially, a big merUtie pair ol good tect it. No great act of heroism friends and relatives in Stanford to his friends, it is said but seeing old, co or black present at this meeting. stock of groceries of S. T. Proctor chant already. handwriting upon the wall, work mules, good size, age about or riska of life is necassary to the Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Durham, of protect child from croup. Give For Sale: House and lot, good this is certainly the most graceful 13 years; one log wagon z'A and will continue the busines in Sheriff T. J. Nicelcy and Deputy Mt. Vernon, spent Satuday until stock will sell on easy terms Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and garden and young fruit, trees of all method to be pursued in a losing old stand. the Cam Mullins, had an experience at. Monday with Mrs. Durham's parall danger is avoided. For sale The lot game. The people ol the state with good bank note at 6 per cent by ForSaLB: Between 300 aud the St. Charles hotel, Hamilton ents, Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Watson. kinds. Good barn. Chas. C. Davis. have already spoken in unmistaka- interest. Will sell for contains one acre. which they do not care to have Will serve loaf bread and boiled Mrsi C. H. Frith aud sister Miss ble terms, and James B. McCreary, 400 good red oak trees for sale O , They were in search of Rosa Pike, were visiting their aunt cash cr credit. repeated. no matler who stays on or who Will furnish mill seat. J, T. Lawrkncij. Feb. some parties charged with mis- Mr. I E J. Brown, Stanford. comes off, will be the next nominee J. T. PURCELL. !n!!!!!!!!!f!!!!!!!!!!!!n!!in!!!!tH!Hn!n!!!!n!!mn!!!!!!H!n!g und had gone to Mrs. Daisy Hunt and children were ' Mt- vernon, ivy. demeanors r ' A piei-- ol flannel dampened with of the Democratic party for Gov it. 5 Hamllton'to locate them. In the in Maretsburg Sunday. J. G. Chamberlain's Liniment and bound ernor, With Ollie lames holding r IS - W. C. Kirby has purchased the hotel gas is used for lighting" Frilb and sou, James B. McCreary on to the affected parts is superior down the seat in the United States zz. When troubled Senate now held by the chief C to any plaster. now occupied by S. B. purposes, aud when they -- retired, building Saturday on with lame back or pains in the champion of I.orimer, and Mc-Jwere in Maretsburg Ramsey for a butcher shoo, and theV turned off the gas in the usual business. Mr. and Mrs.- - ''A. M. side or chest give it a tiial and Crearv in the gubernatorial seat 5 will move his restaurant from the way. In a short timz, a porter Hiatt visited relatives in Hiatt you are certain to be more than now occupied by Gussie, wbat.cr me people want or the Brown property. E. B. Brown came to their room to, investigate Saturday better and Sunday. Mrs. J. G. pleased with the prompt rUof desire? could will occupy thi building" now occu- about the escape of jth,e gas, but' Sold by Chas. Frith is visiting Mrs. Sallie Roberts which it affords. pied by Kirby. Messrs Niceley and" Mullins' as of Gqm Sulphur. J. H. Barnett C. Davis, HAS NO SUBSTITUTE Some one has been paying fre- well as the porter. ' feeling sure is in Louisville this week. Mrs. LIFE SAVED - AT DEATH'S that every Patsy Brown, of Stanford, and quent visits to Judge J. T. Adams' after investigation; DOOR. hours but as thing was alright, the porter went Mrs. Lizzie Nevilles and daughter, store after business IN "I never felt so near my grave they were very liberal with the on about bis business and Niceley of Corbin, were here Tuesday .to writes W. R. Patterson, of Welling' ZZ. dark tones, they 3 and. Mullins 'went off to sleep. In attoud the funeral of their brother, ton, Tex., as. when a frighttul This work is finished in the latest up Judge and took it in such small g: positively will not fade. - You get five different positions, and theXS cough and lung trouble pulled me it took some time for about an hour a policeman and the Smith Adams. that down to ioo 'pounds, in spite of price is such that they arc within the reach of all. We also 3 him and his clerk, W- - M. Rowe, to porter again came to their room, doctor's treatment for two years. Willis Bussell took his father-in-lasuspicion. Judge Ad this time to find Mr. Mullins f the prices S Photographs at make all grades of get up their J. M. Thomas, to Stanford My father, mother and two sisters g charged in the larger cities. is pretty sure he has the lad partially under the influence. It aras died of consumption, and that I diCome and see and be convinced, bring your friends and don't 3 was after some effort that they this week to have his eyes treated . spotted, but as yet has never O. A. Friih "bought a pair cf am nlive today is due solely to Dr. Up to waiting were able to'arouse him. ZZ. forget the baby. 3 vulged the name. He is King's New Discovery, whirh this time it had no effect on mules from I. M. Herrin for $250. developments. further McCall, of Maretburgwas in completely cured me. Sheriff Niceley. A physician said ' I will sell at private sale Now I weigh 187 pounds and Salb: that in thirty minutes longer, Mr. town Sunday. Mrs. R. H. Hamm between the 18th, and 25th of this Mullins would have been so for his been very sick this week. have been well and strong for till be , .month the fo'lowin household gone that it would have been im- Robert aud William Cass are years." Quick, safe, sure its the bed and mattress for coughs, ,ic. t fhldlner best remedy on earth located over 25 possible to have revived him. Ou numbered with the sick. W. T. dining tables, 1 side board, 6 investigation It was learned that Evans and son, Burton were in colds, lacrippe. asthma, croup, all throat aud lung troubles. and Olowdy days as good as bright. Come early and avoid the dining chairs, 3 'ealher chairs l ' ago two men London Tuesday on business. Trial bottle tree. 502 & $1.00. rock- - less than six months 1 Morris chair, 2 later rush. fancy chair, were found dead in this same room Miss Carrie Spoonamore, of Louis- Guaranteed .by Chas. C. Davis. rs.' 2 parlor tables, 1 gasoline Thm only baking powder from asphyxiation. It was an ex- vil'e is visitlug her brother P. A. 0 stove and oven, 2 gasoline lamps. mada from Royal Crapa Mr. Nicelev Shelton. J.-- B. Frrrls and wife' that neither tjfi. j jce cream freezer and garden 1m , perienceMullins want to have re arc visiting in East Bernstadt this Cream of Tartar or Mr. uiiUiaaiuiiiiiiiiiiaiiaaiiiiiauiuiaiiiiiuimuiuaiiauK , plemeqts. .. WALUMJWUMEPHOSPHJUE week. oeated. . M. L. Mybrs. ' MT. VERNON SIGNAL, 'OillllIIIMMtttllfiiliiBatii SlitHiil iifUJiUniiJUiHIiil 111 4(&rik .aawfetftiiiini iiHH JUUHliiillliii I !...! , . f ei-- ..... NOAH k nW i'ijfj, iiUUiili I III: van.' ao.. o.. ! -...-t. ao. ao. o. .. gpwiji WAS THE ao-ao- - FIRST MAN TO ADVERTISE t. ao.. ao. ao. o.. m. ao. ao. Bow-ma- u Becond-cla- n been doing the same, and a constant flood of trade is now coming our way. This week's flood of bargains will be in only $0.98. vHe advertised the flood, and it till theflcod came. Wev'e ao. ao. ao. ao. ao. ao. ao. ao.' ao.. ao.. o.. (M 0- SI MSN'S HATS 27 MEN'S SLITS only 98 cts. Law-School- , week-end- :-i- 'a SOYS' SUITS Visit Our Bargain Counter and you find some ao. ao. o. ao. ao. ao.. ao.. Kne Pant $3.00 Shoes for $1.98. SPOT CASH. YOUTH'S 'r. - YOU NEED THE GOODS WE NEED THC COIN. Long Pant SUITS ao. ao.. ao-a- ( only Sl.SS only $4.98 4 to-da- y ao. ao.. .jn Ring Us Up Phone 27. - ::!!:::: ::::: :t::::::::::::::::::::st ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: v::::: :;::::::::::::::::: '!I!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ::::!:::: ooooooaa S PUBLIC SALE, entei-prisin- cure-defyin- g i,, nt la it 'J. s CASTORIA pr e. - size-Hor- se , t. 7 - - NOW THE TIME TO GET 3 cr PErW r 25 PICTURES 1 Pictures for 25 cts I FIVE POSITIONS g 3 first-clas- s one-hal- - &AKlN5 POWDER Absolutely Pure p jr HERE FOR TEN DAYS ONLY. Saturday Feb.! Will at Mt Vernon 8th, Proctor's Store - I &m BEN. F. EBERHART. . 3 2 1 -- 'TIUOiIiBVO ! Il 4, Ag jW. ) V 'jhii iiii.huhii Mi.a nu mn 'atJtijfa--aI:i-,jjtti'irilllWIt"' ii.umm i )o Pale-Face- litimti"i.tJff ugKlM0jntinm!mvmmmi stake Clear mmissioners Sale creek;' in the l&lddlo ofloaforesaidand 17 C'vV thonco poles TJ 3-- d Women ut You ladies, who have pale faces, sallow complexions, dark circles under eyes, drawn features and tired, worn-oexpressions, you need a tonic. The tonic you need is Cardui, the woman's tonic. It is tiie best tonic for women, because its ingredients 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 Vtft J 43 The Woman's Tonic "After my doctor had'done all he said he could for me," writes Mrs. Wm. Hilliard, of Mountainburg, Ark., "I took Cardui, on the 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 Write to: Ladles' Advisory Dcpt. Chattanoora Medicine Co . Chattanoow. Tenn., (or Special Inttnvtions. and book, "Home Treatment lor women," sent tree. S kx. 5E HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Writ lor price Wool on Commission. lilt mentioning this ad. AND HIDES Established 1837 LOUISVILLE.KY. ttftsiMBmSAM CftbOi tfERNOH C12KET " CD. TgJ! ta AffjB-S-- PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS. FUNERAL, DIRECTORS, AND g S i fSMrgsiglajIffag - E3IHALMKKS Mt. Vernon, Ky. COUCH SVIETALIC CASKETS Coffins and Robes. that line of zs work for the company. sEEOrders by wire promptly tilled. Hearso sent to all points. jk: Licened Embalmor will have charge of 5 1 Office Mt. GEORGE OWENS, Mimoger 11 Vernon Monumental Building PHONE tiiiiiimiiiiiamaiiiiiiimuiiiiuiisfiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiuiiiiiiiii YsoA'recoi Positions- ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. C, C. William, Joint H:Vnlton ruul J. V. Griffin Plaintiffs. V& Commissioner's Sale. Mnry Owens, Delilali Elkin Estill KlUln, Prcil Elkm nntl Kitty Wood Defendants. My v irtne of a judgement and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit court rendered at the January term, ion there of, I shall proc d to offer for sale at tlioj front door of the Court house in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle county Kentucky, to" the highest and best bidder, at public auction, on Monday, the 27th day of Feb ruary, igti, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. in. and 4 o'clock p. in., being regular county court day, on a credit of six months, the following described real estate, located in Rockcastle county, Ky. on the waters of Horse lick, a small part of it being in Jackson county, aud con; sisting of two tracts: 1st tract. The first tract is thus bounded: Teginning at a white oak) Muck oak and black gum. the lgth cor' ncr to a survey made in the name of William McClure, thencoJS 83 Eioo poles to Trace branch to a white oak; thence N 22 E 32 poles to a gum; thence N ao 1$ 35 pales to a gum; thence N 5 W 98 poles to a white oak; thence running up Mutton's spring branch N 88 W no poles to a white oak on the side of a hill; thence N 63 W 9J poles to two large pines oil a ROCKCfASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. ridgeabont 150 yards from a path that Adminstrutor leads to said Burton's house: thence S 35 L. L. Thompson. Pl'ff. W 112 poles to a stake; thence S 70 B of W. H. Rowe, deceased ivs f Commissioner's saio 205 poles to a black oak anil small post oak on the side of a hill and corner to the Wm. T. Adams. James B Adams, McClure survey; thence with his line-and Allqn Adams, guardian of 7o 1? 67 pole to the lcgiunitig. wm T Adams nnu James B Ad-ntn2nd tract. The second tract is describDefendants. ed as follows: Mcginning at a black oak By virtuo of a judgment and known as Champ Mullins' old corner and order of sale of the Rockcastle standing on a hill about 20 rods south- Circuit Court, rondored at tho wardly from a place called tho burnt January term, iOll thereof, I cabbins; thence a farmer line S 65 E 306 shall proceed to ollor for sale at middle or Horse poles to a stake in the the front door of the court house I.ick creek nt a mill dam, a sjcamorc 3 marked as pointer on the west side of in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle eoun ty, .Ky., to tho highest and best 3 the creek; thence down the middle of the biciler. at public auction, on Mon county line S 10 K 24 poles, S day tho 27th day of Fob. 1911, S creek and 33 E 30 poles, S 55 E 19 poles to a stake between ho hours of 1) o clock a, 3 in the creek and a large poplar pointer, m. and 4 o'clock p. in. (boing 3 standing on the south side of the creek regular county court uayj on a and in line of the 400 acre survey; thence credit of six months, tho follow S 17 W 70 noles to a small hickory and ing described real estate, located black oak on the .idge; thence N 60 W in Rockcastle county, Ky., und "JJJ 240 pales to a spotted oak and hickory bounded as follows: on a high point; thence N 31 V 160 ueginntng at a largo poplar on :rs poles to the beginning. Long Branch; thence an east For the purchase price the purchaser z must execute Iwnd with approved surety coufso up tho hill to Harvey Rowe s line, corner on a white bearing interest from day of sale until oak; ihence with Harvey Rowe's paid, and having the force and effect of hne'a north course to n" white Bidders must le prepared oak cornor; thenco a northwest 5 a judgment. to comply with these terms.' course to tho hickory cornor: G. S. GRII'l'IN, thence with Wm. Kiuloy's line to C. C. Master Com. R. 2 links to a stako in tho creek, corner io a tract of land once owned by T. C. Viars, thonco with Olars' Una S41 W 4 poles and U links to a gtnku in the crcekj thonco N 54 4 W 0 polos to a sthko in itatne; thorn! N H8f W 18 poles to a stftlto in tho creek and in the county road, withe. m pointers: thenco W 2o polos to a with the creok N ill stake; thenco S 71) W 1(1 poles to a stake; thenco S 8 U 22 poles to a beech Btump, cornor to a School houao lot and running 8 polos lo a dogwood on tho west side of tho oounty road, it bulni; another cornor to tho said school Iioubo lot; thonco with the lino of Bntld lot, N 8(1 W 10 poles to a stake thenco S 31 W 4o polos to a stake and tfhlto oak, called for but now gone; tlienco T 21 tV Bo poles to a white oak in tlra mouth of a hollow on thu bank of branch; thonco N Co V 4o poles to abuokoyo and poplar; thenoo N 74 W 85 poles to a hornbeam and ash on a ollll: thouco S 0 W 42 poles to a buck-ov- a In a hollow, corner to James Cain; thqnco S 05 E 08 poles to a beech and gum on tho bank of Clear creek: thonco up the' creek with same N 80 K 00 polos tp tho beginning, and containing 75 acred moro or loss. Fc the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with approved surety, "bearing Interest from dnto of sale until paid, and having the forco and otTtiot of a judgmont. Bidders must be prepared to comply with these termB. G. S. GRIPPIN, Master Com. HOC TOWN ORDINANCE NO 15 Continued from fii'sWe."' 73t y y .miti M Q " Commissioner's Sale p, )(? a Article 76 For each person co ducting a scaling r'flk,$i5 per ' vear Article 67 r Kot a :h tr iuse t vender of spectacles or jewelry, $2 per day. or $15 per year; not an optician or ncculist. fortune Article 78. For eac teller, clairvoyant or palmist $2 per day, or $25 pefyear. Article 79. "'For each lime manufacturing plant, $2.50 per ye ir. Article 80 v For each person, firm or corporation engaged in the manufacturerniid silc ot saddlery or harness, $1 per pear, where not connected with any business separately taxed herein on license. Article 81. Any person, firm or corporation who shall eng.it. e in any business; occupation, trade, profession, or sell any article or do anything on which a license is required in articles to So inclusive, before procuring the license and paying the taxNbereon, hs required by articles to 8i inclusive, and on conviction sb li bv fined not less than five dollars nor more than filty dollars for each offense. Article 82. All of th? special license tax shtdl be pal I to the Town Clerk,' whose duty it shall be to issue a license lo such per.son firm or corporation to curry on the trade, occupation, bubines or pro fession for which the special license has been paid. The Clerk Vfec shall be 25 cents for each license issued. shall Article 83. Co into effect from and after March 1st 1O11.. and all ordinances or parts of oidinances in conflict here with are hereby repealed. Approved. 1 Children Cry for Fletcher' Tho Kind You Have' Always Bought, and which has been In use for over,' SO years, has borno the signature ot and has been modo under his personal supervision since its Infancy. Allow no ono to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooaro but Experiments that trlflo with and endanger the health pt Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Z&& d" .' 1 Castorla Is a harmless substitute lor Castor Oil, Pare-gorlc, Drops and' Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant, it contains nelthei Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ffgo is its guarantee. It destroys tTorpas and allays Foverlshness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Cdllc It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency.' It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach nud Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Punacco Tho Mother's Friend. i What is CASTORIA . t GENUINE 1 CASTORIA pBears the Signature of ALWAYS (tzyT&ccA The Kind You Have Always Bought A In Us For Over 30 Years TMC CCNT4UII COMPANY. TT MURHAY STRCCT. NIW VOK CITY. ?$Dtc985c$3c3r , Jonas McKknzje of Trustees. SAVING PART OF YOUR INCOME Is a fjocxl hahit, and one that should be cultivated by nil carerul and pru- dent persons, but the fact that the comfort of your wife and children is de- -' pendent en your canting capacity should not be overlooked, and this earn ing capacity should be insured for their benefit. 1 3 ClTm, Board I, James Mhret, Cleric ol ite Board of Trustees oi the Towu of Mt. Vernon, do hereby certify that the foregoing Is a true copy of an ordinance passed by the Board of Trustees of the'town of Mt. Ver-noKy.i hxing a special license tax, adopted the nth day of Feb ruary, 191 1. k Witness my hand as Clerk of the said Board, tbfti 13th d'iy of Febru arv 191 1. j Attest: JAMES MARRT, Clerk, Board of Trustees Published 1911. The Participating Income Bond Policy Affords ideal protection in that it provides First A prompt payment of the amount of the policp in the of death. Second eent CommissionePs Sale ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. Thompson Maker, Jesse Maker, Lillie Baker, Mini Maker, I.ec Maker, Grace , . .PlaintiHs. Daker and Uollie Maker, e fcMJfe:7' WsfrtessTT&rihsfaarf'Sefi 'H&to ..'&--,-- Puntiful jJBOARL v. 'titotto M&J& NEW ORLEANS MB MOBILE MARDI GRAS SPECIAL REDUCED FARES ? . t r I r ' - ' Pl'ff. Rockcastle County Kentucky, and 'fli'e Bank of Mt. Vernon bounded as follows: v vs V Commissioner's Sale. One tract of land located near the tow Ed of Mrodhead and on the waters of Dicks Eljze Mullins, Lou McGuire, February 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 aad 27 TicKets on sale Mullins, Arch Mullins, George river and bounded as follows: Ove Mullins. J. W. at r rock pile with pointers, south- Mullingt Goo4 Returnlnrj until March 11th, 1911, with Frivllsjj ef Extaaiioa west of the W T Smith tract, in a small Hpwn, aud 0. 0. Williams, Defts. auction, on STOP OVERS AT ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS branch: thence N 53 W 59 poles to n Monday, thoi2.7th day of Feb est .'By virtuo of judgment and orstake with xiuters, in the line of said und best bidder, at public FOR FULL PARTICULARS, CALL OH ANY TICKET ACENT, QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE, Smith tract; thence N 38 E 13 poles to a der of sale of thu Rockcastle ruary, lull, between tne hours OR WRITE auction, on, stake, T. S. Frith 's line, with pointers; GircuitllCourt, rendered at tho II. C. KINd. W. A. DECKLER. of 9 o'clock a. mi. and 4 o'clock Ucneral Pauenirer Aient. futenetr ana iickci Agent, thence S 53 E &9 poles to a stake near Jhnuaryf. term 11)11, thereof, Monday the 27th day of Feb- Ingalls Building, ClnclnnaU, O. I d- - m. (being- regular county I0r E. Main Street, Lexington, Ky. the branch in the line of J. E. ruary, lull, between tile nours shall proceed to offer for sale at and T. S, Frith; thence S 38 W 13 tile front door of tho court houso court day), on a credit of , six of 9 o'clock a. m and 4 o'clock poles to the beginning, containing 4 ii; Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle coun months, the following described p. m. (being regular county acres, by survey. For the purchase price the purchaser ty, Ky., to the highest and best real estate, located- - in Rock- court day), on a croijifc of six must execute bond with approved surety bidder, at public uuotion, on Mon castle, County,t Kentucky, and Convenience of : months,. the following described bearing interest from date of sale until day the 27th day of February bounded as follows; real estate, located in Rockcastle paid, and having the force and effect of a lull, Between tne hours 01 u a. Mauy persons keep their monoy hero as a permanent in- Situated on tile waters of Big County, Kentucky, and bounded judgment. Midders must be prepared to m. and 4 o'clock p. m. (being - ' vestment because tho risk of loaning to individuals is avoidcounty court day) on a credit of Clear Creek and bounded on the us, follows: comply with these terms. ed. As an investment, you can computo the net returns accu G. S. GRIFFIN,' .siz months, tho following describ east by the lands pf W. A. One tract of land located on rately. Small amounts may be added at any time. A savings Master Com. R. C. C. ,. ed real estate, located in Rock- Hammond; ou the north by the W account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are the headwaters of Okjar Creek castle county, Ky , and bounded vuu iuu.y wiumraw a pari or uiu lands of Major Gadd and Harrison aud bounded oo the nofth by the V iuie, uwaiiiug wivesiiuum, as follows! Q entire amount at any time. With a determination to save you Sale Gadd, and contaiping 5o ucres, lands of William Linville; on the One lot located in Livingston, r aro always wolcomp here. Why not lend your money to tho Rockcastle county Ky., bounded more or less. east by the lands of H. C. Roulett 3bsink? As borrower's, wo stand ready to receive such amounts on the north by High street; on For the purchase price the and Samuel Croucher; on the ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. as you can save from time to time. Wo will pay you a rogu-Jla- r G. D. Clark Plaintiff the east by the lauds of Susan purchaser must execute bond, south' by tho lands of Louis rato of interest on your monoy. We'll explain In detail if Mullidsron the south by a lot with approved surety, bearing vs Commissioner's Sale. Jjyou will call at the bank. Roulett; aed on tho west by tho Lester Clark and Eva Clark, Defendants owned by Smith Kelly;andon tho interest from date of sale until lands pf Bud Anglin, containing of a judgment and order of west by Pauley road, and fronts By virtue acres. 175 feet on High street and runs paid, and having the force and sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, (incorporated.) For the purchase price ho Bidders offect of a judgment. the Jan. tenn 191 1, thereof, back of equal width 2oo ft. rendered at execute bond, For the purchase price the must bo prepared to comply with purchaser mustsurety, bearing' All. V.UK.1NU1N, rvrviM 1 s. X. I shall proceed to offer for sale at the il with approved front door of the court house, in m; purchases must execute bond, these terms. interest from date of sale until, Vernon, Rockcastle County, Ky , to the with approved surety, bearing (J. S. GftlFFIN, paid, and having the forco and highest and b6st bidder, at public auc interest from date of sale until Bidders Master Commissioner, R. C. O, offect of a judgment. tion, on Monday, the 27th day of Febru- paid, and' having the 'force and must bo prepared to comply with effect ofr a judgment Bidder COMMISSIONERS' SALE ary 1911, betwecu the hours of 9 . these terms. and 4 p. 111., being regular County Court must be prepared to comply with G. S. Griffin, WINTER TOURIST TICKETS day, on a crecit of six mouth, the follow- these terms. ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT TO Master Commisslaner.il. C. 0 ing described real estate located in Rock G S Griffin, COURT castle County, Ky., and bounded as fol. Master Com. WIFE GOT TIP TOP ADVICE C.""Viars, AdminisW. ' lows: "My wife wanted me to take of John A, O no. tract of land located in Rocktrator ciwtlWBaupty, Ky,, on tho waters of FAIXS VICTIM TO THIEVES. Crouchor, Deceased, Plaintiff our by to the doctor to cure an AND ALB. SOUTHERN RESORTS and beginning at a spruce hiolw hnil." wrlrp.n f). Frank el. Oi ON SALI3 OAIUY S..W. Bends, of Coal City, Ala. VS COMMISSIONER'S SALE, nino stand ag close to tho east Bide of VIA Stroud, Okla. "'I said 'put the aforesaid crook, It boing a corner has a justifiable grievance. Two John A. Oroucher's Heirs, Bucklen's Arnica Salve on it. also to tho land of J. J. Berry; thence thieves stole his health for twelve Defendants. "She did so and it cured the boil S 75 E 32 poles to a stake at a fence They were a liver and clOHO to tho lower slue of tho road, with years. By virtue of a judgment and in a short time " Quickest healer Then Dr. King's a shumao pointer; thence running kidney trouble. Cuts, Corns, with tho fonco N 41 E lo poles to a New Ufe ' Fills tluoddled them order of sale of the Rockcastle of Burns, Scalds, Bruises, Sprains, Swellings. Best stako: thonco continuing with the fence He's well now. Unrivaled for Circuit Conrt, rendered at the N47 4o poles to a small black oak nrc lure u cunu, irv 11. wuiy rn lifolo,: w,iam.- - , mil i,n,.Anf on a narrow ridge; thonco continuing nt ChasU. Davis, GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 81, 1011. 00 DyspepsfapcatChasC wrcn'wio rwgo anu wnn mo ienco peeod- to offer for sale at- E 00 poles to a stako at tho foot of a CAUL OH ANY ACENT QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE, r. FOR FULL PARTICULARS, 7 dm frnnt flivnr nf t,h court hnilso large cliff; thonco down the oliff N 04 on wriTB ?,"ai B4() polos. tiO ft whu4oak;jind beech on II. C. KINO, Pastcnger arJ Tlckvt Agmt, 101 G. Main St., IXX1NQTON, (V, ffiSB"" in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle HfflUVl ". i narrow point In Calloway's old line; uuu vuuiii.1 luuiuai uattir u uiu IUI Kentucky, to tho nigh- 25 poles to a p.soi County, thonce with said line N ,j 11 Megiu-nin- g t Contmissioner's Sale. , Defendant. Kaucy Robins, My virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the January term, 1911 thereof, 1 shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County Kentucky, to the highest and liest bidder, at publio auction, on Monday, the 27th day of Februaiy, 191 1, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. 111. and 4 o'clock p. m., it being regular County Court day, on a credit of six months, the following described real estate, located in ... the top ot the rfdgo to a slone t corncft thence a straight lino to a whltd oak corner on- tho hi II side; tlieuco with William Rowo's lino to .'a stono corner at the branch; thencd with said branch to the beginning, containing 4o acres nore or less. lor tje purchase price the execute bond, with approved surety, bearing jntorest from date of sale until paid, and haying the force and effect of a judgement. Bidders must be prepared to comply with these G S Griffin, terms. ' ' Master Com 11 c c L - Feb;, If totally and permanently disabled and your ability to earn a living for your family is destroyed, the company, Without cost to you, will keep up your insurance, or will pay the amount of Uic policy to joubi ten equal annual installments. Third Should you live to be seventy (70) vcars old the ntnoun the policy will be paid jou 111 cash, thus protecting y6u against poverty and want in your old age. ' JUL COMMISSIONER'S SALE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT Court. Major Gadd, Plaintiff VS) COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Harrison Gadd, Elizabeth Ramoy, tFanuy King, Kichardj-KinDefendants By virtuo of a judgment and order of sale of- - the Rockcastle Commonwealth Ufo'Itr surane Company HOME OFFICE: Commonwealth Building, 312 W Chestnut; LOUISVILLE, KY. J. D POWERS, President; MATT O'DOHRRTY, Vice President; DR. ; J. W. GUEST, Medical Director; Iv. G, RUSSELL, Manager, Industrial Department; DARWIN W. JOHNSON, Sec'y andTreas.; I. SMITH HO- MANS, Afis,'t Secretary and Actuary. Commissioner's Sale 1 .. nOCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. Circuit Courtrendered at the January Term, ' 1911, thereof, I shall proceed to offer for sale at tho front door of the court house in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky, to tho high est und best bidder, at public D. G. ROACH, Gen'L Ag't, London, Ky. - '' DdDypc- Macxxv.! I Buy and Skll Rkalkstatb ' some some mineral and timber land and some town property it's all for sale, come in and see me before voubuy. I will sell or exchange with you. You will find me at the Bank of Mt. Vernon. A. B. Furnish, Mt. Vernon, Ky, Ct-illdro- papy I ; Wood-yar- d - I have on band at present Very desirable farming land, cSxj3(Cpoccc 3-- 4 the Savings Account . n Cry UU gjj FOR FLETCHER'S Commissioner's CASTORIA Wflj aMMg X f) THE BA.NK OF MT. 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