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COtTNTY, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 24, 1911. U. 1 M BM, rfr . 188? NUMBER 22 greens, and telling the children where she inMiss Drusia Strange, of LTeba tended to sow her lettuce. We won Junction is visiting Mrs. Joe truly wish now that the ground Mrs.' W. R. Johnson is hog had waited tilj some Omary cloudy visiting jn Lebanon Junction this day to put in his appearance. Mrs. week.--J3 Coleman, oflLouisville T. J. Niceley. of Mt. Vernon, pass"was also with friends here Saturday ed through here Saturday en route Mrs. R. J. Lemons is suffering home from Berea Judge with gripp. Mrs. Carry Graves informs us that Rev. James vis visiting her brother, Jonn Graves Walton called' to preach ' of Paris. for a Church in Louisville. This R, W Bales who was freight is a great honor, but he is a fine n'gent hsrenrid who has had a se- man and justly deserves the honor. vere case of typhoid fever is gel- -- rTh'e, pay' train passed through ling well J P E. Drutnmond here Monday and'eheered the droop was, in Mt. Vernon Tuesday. Ding spirits(of the railroad men Matisori Mink has moved his famiMis., Oscar Argenbrigbt la visit ly to the house vacated by S. E. ing in Corbin this week. Will .Hellard, on the river. George Ward and family are going to ' to be improving. slowly move bnck to our town. Rev. Mjss LtdaCook'js vcrv sick. L. Watson filled his regular appointG. Falin was in Corbin Sunday. ment at the Presbyterion church James' Poynter has moved to Lon- Sunday and. Sunday night. Two don where he has a position as as- boys were taken to Mt. Vernon sistant section foreman. S. K. Monday charged with stealing .Hellard has moved into one of the coal and selling to citizens ot the section houses oyer 'the rlver.-r- S. town. They look to be 12 or. 13 E. Pennington was in Mt. Vernon years old. One is the son ofa wid W; N. Riggs was in ow, and tbeother is the son of a Monday. Louisville Monday on a pleasure man, if he deserves to be called a trip;fjJ. W. Baker was in Mt. man,' who deserted a wife and seven, Vernon Wednesday- .- Dr. D. B. children and left them on the mercv Southard, of Mt Vqrnon was in of the world to work out their own . our town Tuesday. Opjtjeb. 23, alva)fon. J. B. Hayes bd rouBdiVout 17 ' There was a Washington Bir.tb-dayears on, the Section, and "Dad" is supper at the Masonic ball fuilofl'feyet. Weduesday given by the Eastern W. M.Warren, of Hazel Patch, Star members. They have who fell from, a bridge has about a set of furniture for the recovered. Dr. Aniyx, tb drug- new Hall and the supper was to fin' gist, has his drugstore completed ish paying for it. The membersand has Ms drugs up. He has a are to be complimented in then un-- 1 nice, drugstore. Misses dertaking audHhose that have seen. Nellie and Lillie Carter, of Leba- the furniture say it is something. 6 non Junction, are visiting ffiends be proud of. If they-dias welt as here this week. Last week we had they did before, at the other supper real spring weather and now it is they will square off iheir indebted , as cold as midwinter. Last week ness which is over H. W 200. the farmers were out hunting up Bownian is in Hnzzard, Kv-- , oil a their old plow stocks and hoes; business trip. Judije Chepault of AiiAunt Jennie wis sharpening up the Kicumono, 13 --.,living a cuai uuqc j !... !. Sam-brook hi V1NUBTO& old case knife to pick has-bee- Pope-seem- s opened up about 2. miles down the river. H. W. Bowman's tobacco barn and its contents consisting of about 3000 pounds ol tobacco! burned last week. No insurance.-Tuesdaold Uncle Jerry Owens, about 8 years old, was kiled bya train near the freight depot. We have not learned the particulars but from what we can gather he step-ein front of a caboose as the train was backing up and his head was severed from th body. People should be very careful around the. tracks here in Livingston as it is double track and one can not be too careful. The R. R. Co. has taken every precaution it looks like to guard against such things as tbisf and have warning .noticesuponjthe; yard but yet such will 'happen:-Thiis a sad occurrence but y d s 3c3ec&x&x -. -- ? - .;':r;. n - .(.' .i,.SS?' kjR. r.' .', : Al - !&, SWV-;: v ,1 s Hv, GINGHAM SALE f. 1 Vafcs XJ J J O OOO for 6 ne J -- 2 c Ginghams cents per yard. Call and buy your gingham from us. " - '," L. H. ji-- fV.1 j , DAVIS, .j ,. ? LIVINGSTON, KY. ! . BltOUlHfKAD Jop McCall has sold half of the I'farm that he boufit from J. B. FarriS to W. T. Brooks for $1250 . M R freco l,f-- ri.oil Una I ,. y moved his Tnd.- - fathily-t- West Port pur-chsae- J. C. Gibbs has sold his &ai&ifed SCHOOL farm near HiatttflffV. J. McQueen BROWN MEMORIAL for $3300 and will leave about !!!iHHtn!jnn!nimmH!!mtn!!!n!n!!!!!!!mi!um!imniK - d 1 . ', I the fifteenth.of Ml rch or phoenix Arizona. Dave, Becher purchased part qf the Salje Prtiitt farrn from bis brother and moved there weanesaay. Kd Parria will leave us in a few da'vs for Owanicoly., to locati.e Miss Elizabeth Carter, is visiting T. her brother Dr. F Carter. Mrs. P. A. Shelton ia visiting her parents at Bostoa Ky.. Rev, J. W. Graham.- ofjJi,6"uiMlle will , - (Held over from last week) . The school continues to grow. fciig-mon, Honored by Women Mil of her suffering the truiti you. Millions have bestowed this murk p( on Dr. It. V, Pierce, of Uuffalo, N. Y. Every, where there are women who bear witness to tho wonderof Dr. working, curing-powI'icrcc's Favorite Prescription which saves the sufftring ttx from pain, and successfully grapples with woman's weak nesses and .stubborn ills, When a woman illcnt secret tprki conG-den- JaaWWmm ,bbssssssssssssssssssssssV IT MAKES WEAK WOHEN STRONd IT HAKES SICK WOMEN WELL. No woman's appeal was ever misdirected or her con. finance misplaced when she wrote for advice, to Dispensary Mrdical. Association, Dr. the WoRt-p'It, V, Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pttrtt'a Phasaot PelletM tniluce mild natural bowel movement one a gay. s "WE USE" 'tB SfS. DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE W) .Al And don't have to grease but once a week. Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. - horn nifiny good traits of character one may have. The possesion of a Bank, Account has a tendency to cultivate more. $ It js surprising 3 I. Decision of having a bank accoun tis one, and the presistency to keep it ib another. So when we offer to start an account with you, you have tho opportunity to start,' Thrift is highly Thrift of' Character. commendable. Come in and talk to us and make the start' , at saving. Very truly yours, -- y. I 1 PEOPLES BANK. , PHONE . j H , Since last report Misses Maggie Hansel, Geno Fields, Clyde Lena McCall and Bettielew-t- s have enrolled. HE Well, don't this 8Jc sale take you on surprise? Everybody 2 On Friday and Monday, these has been saying 10c 12 or 15c so long it seems they can't being the school days nearest the Cget the twist on their mouth to say 8 I have been practic- - r3 birthday of Lincoln, special exering on this for 10 days'and am now ready to recite. So here s cises were held. On Friday Mr. Sgoes: r2 Watsou gave an interesting talk on the Ufeinfluence ol' Lincoln. The flic 8 .pound can'bbst Tomatoes preackixsMCl(rIsian. yhurcb special features on Monday morn 8Jc8- Sunday." morainfcsaud; evening. Eumpkin, yeaing were the patriotic quotations Peach, 8ic ,ana juuun 3 bestPio McCaHspirk'Skuay and Sundav by all grades and the flag salute 84ol8 Saur Kraut, led by the kindergarten, followed MaretsbUrsf.HHenry Brooks by Apples, He 8 in a number of flag songs by the and Mo'nfe Rofekslof Baxter Ky., Potatoes, 8 8c Sweet , little ones. 8Ac spent Saturday and Sunday at Red Kidney Beans, 8 SoThe program of the Literary 8Ac Hominy, 8 aud wile are ciety pu Friday was also in memory 20 oz can Bon Bon Baking Powder 8Ac in LebanoqalctVthis week. Last of Linco'n. Tbe story of his life Sunday night George 'Ballard of yas read by Mattie Huff; hjs-- chariNegro ureeK letr, jnis nouse ana acter and worn by Rae Hunt and Our shelves are loaded wilh nice things like the above s notrrtturning. the (family became Miss McCord read "The Pjerfect 2S 'lEr mentioned. .' alarmed arid began to search for Tribute." Come to our store and see that we do what we say. S him. He was found next morning Si. Valentine's Day was observed lying near his barn dead. The by a paity at Langdon Dornitory. jPtotrncted-nie.eJirjstill being There were about seventy-fivpres.conductedat ihe;Nlei)kpd,ist church. ent. The rooms were decorated ' Mr. T; S.. Frith and facob Elder with hearts and looked very attractare very sick, ive. Many interesting games were played and all had a good time. PINE HILL. 3eac9e38C9fiDocpoc8rc (This Week's News). II.. Washington's Birthday was obBro. Jones tilled his"s regular ap- - served by appropriate chapel exer, Printpointmeut. at ; the Bajbtist church cises, after which Miss McCord ar ChemicSaturday niht, Sunday and Sun nouueed that when the usual Wedday night. Miss Lottie Carmical nesday morning tests were over the -" all kinds of Supplies, come als vvas visiting iher grandmother in remainder of the day would be Mt. Vernon the first of the week. granted as a holiday. This anwill store Mrs. Belief Kinser is some better. nouncement was somewhat unexBorn to the wife of Lee pected but met with enthusiastic Proctor a fine girl on the 21. applause. w d On Tuesday evening, Feb. 28th Jack Ballard was called to Tuesday on account of the at 8 o'clock, Miss Dodsou's class in death ot his uncle. George Ballard. music will give a Piano Recital, at the Presbyterian Arthur Klnctir.was called here cordially Invited. Church. All are last Friday ou the account of the $100 REWARD, $100 illness of his wife. ' Little Christeeh McFerro.u, a J.'iftnfeoftlj, Brjpn Memorial The readers of this paper will School i was a' bSraV from' Friday be pleased to learn that there until Mon4ay;Sm Poteet was is at least one dreaded disease Uown fronjv' Wiltph Sunday. Miss that science has been able to cure Ge'orpaMcFfrfJn is visiting in in all its stages, and that is Catarrh is the only Mt. Vprno&aud Hustonville this Hall'h Catarrh Cure dositive cure known to the medical week, -- Pierce Cottengim was at fraternity. being a Catarrh ITT 'A fw.A,- time 0.. .3.... v. n. wumu ,.u constitutional disease, requires a luomu ounuay. LEADING DRUGGIST, Clel constitutional treatment. Mt. Vernon Tuesday. Hull's j in MT. VERNON, KY. Cottengim sold to Mrs. Jim Dolan Catarrh Cure is taken mternally, Phono SO one horse for $65.00. Mr. and acting directly upon the blood Mrs. Mbrt Owens of Maretburg and mucous surfaces of the system are visiting relatives here this thereby destroying the toundation week. John Gray has moved from of the disease, and giving the his home place to the section patient strength bv building up bouse. AT." R. Thomas has moved tbe constitution and assisting The nature in doing its work. in the John Gray property. proprietors have so much faith in . Sedentary habits, lack ot outdoor its curative powers that they offer Our line of Couch Caskets exercises, msuBiclent mastication One Hundred Dollars for any case fof food, constipation, a torpid that it fails to cure. Send for list h is unexcelled. liver, worry and anxiety, are the of testimonials. Hand-madCoffinsfumished most common' caes ot stomacu Address F.J. Chunbv & Co. arid troubles. Correct vour habits Toledo, O. Hearse sent to all jarts of J 'I fake Chamberlain's Stomach and Sold by alLdruggists, 75c. the County. f liter troubles. Correct your habits Take Hall's .Family Pills for con'and take Chamberlain's Stomach stipation. All orders by Wire Promptly Filled. and Liver Tablets and vou will by POSTED. soon be well again. For sale uuas. u. Dayis. Any one guilty of trespasslnp on my property will be prosecuted to the full Hi . 81--3 tr . v home.-'J$IArB- ter - g .is e I C.D.SUTTON, J mamww.aiawia.amuuauMaaunamuaaumuaii z33PM h -- h SI T""! OR Photographic Films and ing Paper, Cameras, Pure and show you. We and we to this H - xsell Brod-hea- KODAKS S5.00 to $15.00. $J.0O to $12.00. BROWNIES CHAS. C. DAVIS, 1 - ypyP xadgsoc3oeDiG9fe UHD5RTAK5R. e W. A. COX, BmisUis OAfVOnXA. l?j iw m Iw Haw WW" iiuiuiuiuiaiuuiuiiuuiauuaiiuiuuiaiiuiuiuiuiuiull Bigsstu (I ., extent of the law. Mas MAUAiA JoneS, Mt Vernon, Ky. Phone 94-S- MT. VERNON, KY. 5&Wsz&&& 'ai'w'rBfftSs8vSQFWi SysyjUBVftWsyiPiPlls wA. I &. h so this season, received OOAfJ8Mj&iJJR.3SALE VERNON SIGNAL with it s uce it is the best in tne record high figure for tobacco historv ol the school. Mr Donovan Our total enrollment tor tlm year on tJipR-n- l market CIRCUIT Friday, Ci) 2 J lyll pound crop, pa it fc&URT is now 30a with an average attend- bad a 000 auce fcr the month of January of ol which he brought in Tuesdtv John W. Mrfrler, Plaintiff !a portion of it bringing the hand-- . '32 Per cent. Published every Ftiday by The Brodhead Graded School is some price of 30 cents a. pound, .W.F. Stephens and EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, only fourteen months old (in the which woes to show that Defeudunts is. actual no of niontlH taught) and irade lob ceo is in demand .r,E. our enrollment hns increased from Ilopkinsville New Urn: laintiff $I.OO ONE YKAR SUBSCRIPTION 10 to 301. hundred nou ids ot some veil There are only 8 pupils in school louii black wrapper leaf ttl Advertising rates made known on who have lower grades for the were sold on the loose floor idants month of Jan. than for the preced E. and V. D. Cooper Wedil application and ing month and the deficiency in for 16 50 per hundred pJ Icastle most of these casas is due to un establishing another high Hit excused absences. I he tob cd tor the season. MEMBER OK :of, I The greatest advancement made crown by Mr. Brown on til KENTUCKY PRKSS ASSOCIATION at the by any class was made by the Carroll farm in the VaJ isc in Adv. English Grammarclass, which chapel neighborhood. It junty, has on enrolment of 42 members j,UC(j about twenty-siinch d best Most intense interest is being length and was as fine aJ shown by the members of the ever seen here. febru- class especially in sentence analysis s of 9 Mr- - E Ma field Mirror: in which they were at first very p. m. Burd and his nrother were! ANNOPNCEMKNT deficient. day). drawing tne city Monday We are authorized to announce O. The competi tive map drawing for their crops of tohacco.i is, the M. HA M.ARD as a candidate for Reprehas stimulated the geography class I estate, mund alone raised on the sent itivc of Rockcastle and Laurel counalmost to the point of enthusiasm unty, ties Mtliject to the action of the Repubpiace, eigut nines west ol They are arranging the maps field, lic tmt. follows: 6.164 pounds ot tl systematically in regular drawing which he sold here at from u the Wi .in iiilliorizcd to .iiinouuce R. G WIUIII, , a e.iiididate for ReprcscnUtue books and many ot tne maps are $4 per hundred Ibotind- pounds, well done but truly of Roekcibllc and Laurel counties, sub- not uuly only six acres tor his crojl of tlu- Republican p.ir-t- artistic. ject to the crop yielded him $537.15, The Caesar class too deserves rive acres his brother I We are authorized to announce 15. II. special meution for the splendid raised 464 60 worth ot tob Thompson as a candidate for Representa- work they are doing. They are jsio lor the leaf and $4 for il tive of Rockcastk- and Laurel counties, doing. They read with ease a iu which Edmund has a hai .subject to th" arlivi of the Republican chapter a day and ate industrious est. party. anough to want more rather than ror rue purchase pT less. purchaser must execute bonj WASHINGTON'S GREATNESS LAND STOCK AND CROP. Perhaps in no other direction approved surety, bearing In the cour-- e of centuries many except that of deportment has our President Brown, of the New trom date ot sale until pa men have attained high position school so improved as iu its memYork Central railroad, believes it having the force and effeil and power and their fame has been ory drill work. Pupils who at judgment. Bidders must would be wiser to spend money trumpeted abroad. Yet todav they first declare they could not from the Federal Tieasury in pared to comply with arc torgotten and it is only by now make almost nt com G. S.TSrJ providing better education for searching narrowly the pages of plaint at n greatly iucicased Master Commissioner. II history we learn that such perlarmers than in building more amount of work and every teacher battleships. The farmer is about sonage ever lived The sifting ts the good effect of this Nature makes the the hardest worked man in the process constantly going on has iepj mental exercise upon the lessons. side and cast them to the one country; but a heavy percentage after all. We use the bible for our memory covered them with oblivion beof his work is throtvu away bedrills because it affords an easy Now and then she! cause he does not know how to cause they were lacking in true useful and systematic text book get the best results out of the land into a tight place! greatness. for the entire school. There are other men who with he tills. Properly trained the needs' helping out. We are glad to say that through farmer would make the farms the passing years loom up larger the united efforts of teachers and Ihinjjs cret startl in the estimation ol mankind. doubly fruitful, and his advantage pupils cheating is being reduced Posterity recognizes eve-would be a common more advantage the Wrong direction! to a minimum and iu examination big crops are the nation's largest tjian did the age in which they there is now almost no trace ol Something is nee itveil clieiV rinuM ami asset. Philadelphia Record. 'this tendency to dishonesty on the and their service to humanity. The cold Snap rjt the last few LGhe&,,Useas,e and part of pupils. Very few now Such a man was Wiishiuglon, of days has had little effect upon the system in the req lire to be watched and the idea whom Gladstone so truly said of self government is taking rapid the egg market. 'The price is direction toward he! tl at he was the greatest character h ilJ upon the majority of our just a little higher than it was the produced in the eighteenth century latter part ol last week, when the Scott's Emulsk pupils. As one contrasts him with that We wish in this public manner weather was very warm, but the Cod Liver Oil with! other George, .the obstinate and housewife can still buy "strickly phosphites can w half imbecile British monarch, 10 insist mat itie tew people in fresh" ecus at 20 cents a dozen. against whom he took arms, his the district who have not yet According to the wholesalers, there this. ' . superb character, lofty patiiolism, enrolled their children do so at is no danger of the price of eggs and splendid services to his county once. We only like 24 of having going very much higher the all the pupils in the district stand out in bolder relief. feeds famisl enrolled and it would be a tource near future. People dealing in nerves, Of course all this wasadmitud makes of delight to 11s and a matter of eggs seem to be ol he opinion sues, and Mnt trwlitpi'f.n in hie lifetime that the farmers jre getting goodly blood. alter the more than a century of P.r,.de '.entire district to be noie to enrou every cniiu on tne supolies daily from their hens. ron saw. uy AixDiiouai varied political and other exper census list. If there are any who nation his end ued lences the C. W Lester former Common 8ead Ida, nainn nf taper and thlj staying away because they un,l CliIM'a I beautiful since bis death, his wisdom, politi are wealth s Attorney and State In iiseh bankSaflDc Bank Quod Luck 2 coaulni a have not books itou will kindly cal sagacity aid wise statesman SCOTT & BOWNE. 4Q! Pearl specter during Gov. Bradley's ship, as well as hi.- - chmacter and report the matter to the principal administration, died at his home military qualities, aro more grate- or trustees we will try to make in Williamstiurg Sunday, aged 65 COAfAIISSIONER' some .rovision. fully recognized than ever Thus years. Mr. Lester was born in ROCKCASTLE CIRl The school very thoroughly it is that the aunivisary of his appreciates tbelutereit and hearty Pulaski county and during his COURT. birth never passes unlorgotton. early life carried the mail between co operation of the parents. It has Ada Champ, Galatha Tori S merset and Monticello. He Col. John D. Banbage, editor f helped us this year iu ever under- afterward became a school teacher Speed Hunt. Wm. Hunl taking. Hunt, Robert Hur the Cloverpnrt News, who was a and one of the most eminent edu- John Artie Swintord, May Ar More night studv is being don supporter of Ben Johnson vigorous cators in the mountains. He said in the late issue ot his piper: and or this we al vays give a il 1 studied law and was admitted to brose, Olhe Hunt, Ann! Hunt, Hellen Griffin, ar share ot the credit .0 the parei s. the bar while teaching McCrkary the Man. school. He To the awaken ..g interc-rin was elected fComiuonwealth's At- Laura Purcell Bering, Our advice to the demr crats ofl VS) COMMISSIONEI out door sports, w uch u, rks off torney iu the Whitley this county, if they want success comity P. Y Hunl, II recess much of the .surplus at district in 1892, but resigned to is to quit their tonifoo'erv of By virtue of a judr. energy of our vigorous boys and become State Inspector under order of sale of personal politics ,uid jei on to the girls, we attribute much of the Gov. Bradlev. He leaves a wife broad Democratic lines. Get Circuit Court, rendere improvement in deportment. We rind three children, A V. Lester, together and pull together. Our have several boys who are now of Cincinnati; Miss Gertrude Les- January term, iyu, man is out of the race. He quit proud ot shall proceed to offer fil the fact that they can ter, a teacher at Key West, Fla., of his own accord or on the advice the front door of the ri run 100 yds. in n seconds. anc a graduate of the Louisville of a few overzealous friends who Ida May Adams Pnu Kindergrden Training School, in Mt. Vern'ii, Rockr seem to have been mistaken. Ke3W47Til6rtAe nigYiesl and Keith Lester, young son. Mistakes will happen in the best bidder), at public auctiJ TOBACCO TALK. regultited families. And when Motiiav. the 27 d.iv nf PUBLIC SALE. we make mistakes the best thing to Maytleld Messenger: Great 9 1 , Jetflyevi, lie'iiuuTfl Having sold my farm I will on do is to right them nud do it preparations are being made to Wednesday March 8th. 191 at and 4 0 clock p m. (beil quickly. And don't be ashamed plant one of the largest crops of toT my place near Brodhead offer couutv court day) on a of them. The greatest mistake we bacco ever known to Graves countfor sale to the highest and best six months, the lollowhu ever made was when we took a yreal estate, located in bidder the following: wild shoot nnd went off with the Winchester News: We are InI horse 7 yrs. old; 2 mares 5 County, Kentucky, and unknown gods. The thing for nil clined to think that a very good years old; one iu fold; ouo yearling follows:good loyal democrats to do is to way to raise tobacco this year A tract of land cnnsisi colt; 2 good milch cows, both unite on the only man who can would be to get the ground in good acres, bounded on the I carry out banner through at the condition and then plant it in corn. giving milk; 13 head of calves; 12 tUe lands of E. C. MenifJ head of shoats; 7 head of sheep; general election, and that is Dover News: "Opened up soft'' one almost new Piano binder, one east by the lauds of Ricljl We are no less a friend is the excuse for the low prices of two horse wagon; one buggy and on the south by the lanj of Mr. Johnson when we do this, tobicco on the breaks: You nev- harness; 2 sets of wagon harness; Purcell. nnd on the iv.J now that he is out tl the race. er heare anvthing of this until the one Vulcan plow, one drag harrow, lands of John J Belclieil The next best man is McCreary. p. thrashing power and owned by Sallie prewitt mriners urn openea up sou oy one 8 He is a tried and true democrat to pool. For the purchase other farmiug implements too and the only man who can win in Lancaster Record: Mr. Leonard numerous to mention 60 bbl. November. Miller, tlie foreman in the Record corn, lot of shock fodder, hay if with approved surety b office, is about the most energetic not sold before also my house terest froui due m ..niJ REPORT OK BRODHEAD GRADED bOHOOL. man in town. Last year aside from hold and kitchen goods Term of and having the orCe and putting in teu hours adiy in the of- sale. Ss and utider cash in hand a jiulgiiieut. Didders ,.. H " Owing to fie unusual amount of fice, he cultivated a part of his gar- over $5 credit of six mom lis withj nterur. - in ii!i)iy i te.tns G b G,i work on bauds this ts the earliest den in tobacco. He sold his crop approved security. Master CoininissioiiJ Sale begins at 9 o'clock date at which we nave been able to Saturday for n good pi ice. , Mr. A. J. Mavsville Bulletin: submit our 'Januaiy ujort, bi,t J. C. Giubs, Itib Kiwi You M - 'fletiith. the fernleaf neigh- - H. C. JONKS Donovan, its tardiuiss we Brodhead KycTlgmtuia believe our patrons will be phased jboihood enjoys the distinction of auctioneer Ml tut-- vit. itfW4n&alC;e kf 1 m& R0(9STLE y . .,, Jtmaf i ttt-t.- ,k,ui J " Mi'l' -, t Li X$X&.&k&T$ r-- - I SEE FOR YOURSELF by a personal call that we sell exactly what we advertise. That our stock is the largest in town and our prices, quality considered, are the lowest to be had ai. y where. That's why 1 McKENZIE'S is the most popular Furniture Rockcastle. , house-in-- . . ". x ORIENTALS EUROPEANDOTIC This department has been a delightto every customer who has seen it. Thes Rugs have been bought right and are sold at the right price. PSUGS 111 AIRTIGHT HEATING STOVES that will heat $3.75 and up. - v one )omsor the whole house and wiLhold fire over - B. M( KENZIE. THE FUMTOE . M K mem-oiiz- e tbe H3. r MT. VERNON, KY. $tt$Dd$3C$yC .&&TKX $DC$DC&.C 4- - NISI no I )i GRANVILLE OWENS I t undertaker: Brodhead Ky ; i 1 -- CO M PLETE x LI NE Oofllns, CnsketS'nnd1Rnl'ft. oath of $ jvl 1 w. WF5 j: o All fMnllr'ToJpCTMnliVrr NsJ-t-i- . Tflf phono ordcrpiProjwrtly Filled.' ' . a. f I :nafe-n-- rv W Vo- . - y, 111 It strengthen; T-- i 1 n V - fr WATCH? KAR and DOES IT KEEP .s CORRECT-TIME? bURNAL if.- -. IF NOT, WHY NOT? If you nro having any sticli trouble about'your watch 01 clock just turn it over to m and if it does not nin all O. K. it will 'We guarantee our "work. Give us a trial. Wo do all kinds of soldering and ropair work. ..1 . at this nonth of cost yon nothing. nnl cam-o- n t want events, fl editorials ters trom Mder this lo the Con- - FRANK MOORE, AT DR. S. C. DAVIS' DRUG STORE, MT. VERNON, KY. Children Cry , ' f- FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORI HE A "I Suffered Intense 1 1 1 1 - How to cure cold is ajquestion in w ch many are interested just Chamberlain's . n Cough, Do you realize it is better to o Remedy has won its great reputation 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? Dr. Miles' Heart KmaUj stile by Chas. C. Davis. KY. cured Mrs. C. C. Gokey, of a stub- n Main St. born cse of heart disease, Vernon Monumenta thousands are now sufferingsuch as Work a Mount with. iranteod Read what she says: "Btloic I begin taking Dr. Miles WORKS Remedy 1 . Pains in My Left Side." h. Mc-Crear- y. if fW I j ' . ..Heart aHlaaaaaLaaaaaaaBaK? 11 -- cured. had been suffering (10m heart (rouble or over fire yeaji. . I hod erewn fro weak tiat It a lmp.relb& tor roe to do talrtT inlnijtcJ work In a whole day. I suffered Intense pahnin myltildt aud under the left ibnuldtr blade, I could nut ileep on the Uft side, and n as so short ot breath, that I thought I should never be able to take a lull breath again. The least ex oltemant would bring pn the most diatrmlsg palpitation. I lud scarcely taken of the Heart Remedy I could see a marked chang in my conuuion. a oegan to il well, lud a good appetite, and lro roved so ranldlv that wtirn 1 hid taken six bottles 1 was comslettl hall-bottbo-lo-re ' MKS.C.C. CK)KEy,NorthiW4,Vfc iniB, ic, vAW, KY Granlto floor o kinds. m Church on application. in etven j Manufacturer of 'VlDEALEU nMarbloa If nnd Mrs. you have any of the 8ynptms Gokey mentions, it fsysur and duty to protect yourself! Monuments of all Dr. MiW Hart Estimates furnished is what you need. -- lt th first bat- RnJy. ! GEO.OWENc Propr tle ails to benefit, your mostty 2s returned. Ask your druffit. " MILU'SaCOlCAl. C aWHUgSj U4, ,t' I I Phono 112 I 8 v s ,' "1 " ante "i -- - "; NlJMitu MJVVtBNON SIGNAL V , .VlT 7Q C O . t" t iS'i selli nK vz,5'f Snltq m . $1.08 os long os tue .or. .lasts. ' If you are 'going away 'get 'your VlfRNON.KY. Feb, 24 i&ii Trunk and Suit Cases at Fish's. Sweet Orr and O' Bryan Overalls the best the, world affords. Both Mt. Vernon will soon have a Cnli up "No. 79" when yy r on sale at Fish's. youwnoltoCoininunl. W "Moving Day". We learn that oKt with HIQNAL. quite a Jew changes are to be J B. Sanims, of Hazel Patch, made as soon as the weather bought a pair of wc)rk mules I permits. yesterday from R AVvDailcv at ' You don't have to go to Louis $425 00. ville or any other town to lu your There will bo, Special music at Gentg Furnishings. You can find both of the preaching services at Louitvaic a, IUshvilu: n. n. Co. just what you want at Fish's for the Presbyterian, church Sunday. less money, 'Morning service at 11:00 o'clock, TIME TABLE. Fish-is 1 LOCAL !:::::! i i i i I i Hi ;!!lSJ.SSSiSSII w !!!!22Z22222222 22.22!22!25!!!!55 toa tea a a a '08 ea a a a a a ..as a a 0 toe a sa a a 9 a a a at a e a ea a a a 0 eid !!!!. I 'Ot READ WHAT YOUR SAYS ABOUT STAR BRA " w--x x , r , ', . ,1 V" ''A. t, Jr&W'... '"'' .'.- Middlesboro Wednesday and de0O" "&?, 6IM clared Judge Joe F. Boswortb 0O P. Rf Penningtort, of flBti. the nominee for. State Senator s 0O Tuesday. Laurel county was here ea there being no other candidate. 00 Prof. Thomas A. Houston was ea Judge L. W. Bethurum Committy SIMM 00 . j. cam,.- - ' in Lexington Saturday and Sunday. ea teeman U. G. Baker, Secretary SS tea -r Mr. and, Mrs. Casner Adams "vrs. ea li 'i v j .r iif. 1. Slain Hugh Miller and Sheriff T. J. AiM eo TFttSS, (. Sj have returned from Harrisburg ea Niceley were present from Rock! SWlJ ar-.J?&SIMM ea Illinois. s. ea 1r -T afi3?r A big banquet was given castle. """ tt ee ao OB Lee Johnson, of Livingston, has in honor of the occasion by Judge ea ea a frequent caller in our town been 0O. Bosworth and his friends. The oo 00 ea reantlv. speech of Judge L. W. Bethurum 09 08 sot es V Geo. Griffin a prominent citizen was the principal address cf the oe ea QIM" ea section is'reported eveuing. Secretaiy Hugh Miller of the Green Hill 0e 08 0O D. C. Poyntru. 08 very stck..' ' secretary of thd Comwas , r 0O 08 Oo Trustees. 08 mittee, Judge Tarter, o. Somerset, -- 08 ee Miller McCoy has b position 08 was in ROCKCAS-TL- E chairman. 0O the. Southern Ky. Co., 00 Some one entered the store ON '" T nnUt-ill- r '. 00 room of McKcnzie & McBce SunElder A. C. Griffiith will preach oe ee itrt. :N"i8Ms'LilUajna'na'EstelIa Biok day night, but 'if they- took any- - at the following times and places: 0O ea neil are visitingtb'6fr'graudf"ather lhingvat all, ea was so little that Pinto, Sinking Valley, Friday ee ea . cKenzie or Mr. Mc-- night, also Saturday and Sunday J; W. VVaUWinkle;. B0a 00 ae Msss 'Lottie Oar"mical," of- - Piue rBee have missed it The same before the 4th Lord's day in this -- eo 00 fOARE bettcr:' ee 09a night some one attempted t(. month. Also Union church 1st. Hill has' been with her. os fewtda'ys. 08 a enter the residence of Meshac Sunday in March ; at Green Hill 00 eoee Mr. and Mrs. Logan Toweryi oi Gentry, hut Mr Gentry saw them school house at 11 o'clock on the ea (; 00 Wildie were with Mr. and tirs. just as they weri Attempting to second Sunday in March, aud the 00 0O.S(ioe jst, rfaiec the window ntd rushing to thirl Saturday night and Sunday Robt. Cox recently.. coa O0 -as the door fired o ie sh t from' a in March Mt Gum Grove church oh V Miss Georuia McFcrron of eo SwibS rifle which sven though the Copper Creek. ...... hri-The fourth Satur Buith Uill" hnr i ee v- ea bullet did not come within several dav night and, Sunday in March ' 'sister Mrs E- - B. Ux. aot & W' 00 3 0O 00 yards would nuke one thuiu he he will preach at the SoJIie .GriffinBOIf Adams, ot Berea, 'Misitella 0OS 09 tbb m4ny of School house, near Cookshurg. Up 00 w ill arrive ..Tooiy to be theguest t'u-scro going on These appointments will close 00 little petty thefts laaieeeeceeaeeeaaeAeAABeeaaaaaeiianeeaBenaananAeea'iaAeeaaAaBflBanAftaAeoffinaniA'jnnnnnnanKailllRaaflSlCaAtett&ftl" of Miss Virginia Davis. oe ooeaeeoeoeoieooeeeoeeoeeaoooeooaoaoooeoeeoeeoeovoeooeaaooeeeteoeoeoe0oeoauiteecuoeoeooooo-ooaeoooeewhich look very Eld Griffith's work in Rockcastle, town, around ! 2.II. VV. J. Sparks and family who . !! much like there is more than one as he will leave about April 1st. have been in Louisville for several party at. work for Pioeville and other points in A pieie ot flannel dampened with week returned .yesterday. Bell county and thence to Cran-dalRead that letter from y The residence of Dr. R. W. The Woman's Missionary SoChamberlain's Liniment aud bound E. Miller has returnMm. Anna Ga., where he will be located Dvche came near being destroyed "Uncle Sam" on this page. on to the affected parts is superior ed, from a delightful ten days visit ciety of the Presbyterian church for some time on account of his by fire about o'clock last night. When troubled 9 You are probably aware that WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1911 to any plaster. will meet Saturday afternoon Feb. to her sister in Pittsburg, Peuu. health. with lame back or pains in the 25 191 1 at 3 o'clock. Mrs. J. W.v New and complete line of Mens pneumonia always results from a Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cox ,wUl side or chest give it a trial and cold but vou never heard of pneu ' The Board of Trustees at the and Boys Spring caps at Fish's monia when Chamberlain's Cough On the j st day of March 101 r. I you are certain to be more than leave today for Peoria, III., where Brown hostess. program!; last Saturday night meeting, which ready for your choosing. they will make their future home. Remedy was used. Why take the will offer for sale to the highest pleased with the prompt relief Sold by Chas. was adjourned over 'rom a regular which it affords. may be ' risk . iJones L. Allen, junior member Hymn ForSalk: Between 300 and jor-- when this remedy by Chas.had and best onbidder, the following C. Davis. C. property trifle? For sale the lollowing terms: .. ,.f. meeting for the purpose ot conC.J Alll.' Scripture Rending iO! tne well Known nrm pi 400 good red oak trees for sale avis. i2oo bushels corn'in shuck, crib sidering and adopting a special ' I have for sale a. lot .of Regular ': Robinet, was in town Prayer Will furnish mill seat. Son. at run, and weighed up at 76 pounds privilege tax, passed ordinance Danville Advocate: The time per bushel on stock or wagon scales Pittsburg perfect fencing at Maret Minutes of last' meeting Wednesday- vt'CvJ. Tv PURCELL. No. I5, whichprovides a special Ky. The 47 inch fence at .News,Item in answer to Roll Call. Jjy-'Mlss'llHan-MfiaceyrofLex-3f-T.vMt. Vernon, Ky. for entry in the circuit judgeship in my barn yard, and will be sold burg. v... ... or privilege tax on all businesses nomina- in 5 barrel lots. Not over 5 nor 2GJ4 cents a rod, the 55 inch at Religion race for the Democratic China -- - ington, has accepted a position as Foreign Topic B. S. Terrill bought of J. W ' and The pass Policy of trades and professions. tion closed last Saturday and the under 3 barrels knocked off at a 2qli cents a rod cash. omce 01 .uy. .. Stenograpuer in tne Marler 23 head of cattle for $365. P. H. SUTTS, Ancient China Miss Kefauver age ot this ordinance has caused Hon. Chas. A. Hardin, of Harrods-bur- time. When 3 or 4 barrels are C. C. Williams. desired instead of of 5, make men- feb J J. Hysinger bought of W N. Bromo, Ky. was the only aspirant to put tion to the clerk. 17 3t Language and Literature of China. no little amount of talk and with T hompson b calves for $120, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe McKenzic Mrs. Albright some is meeting with strong op up the entrance fee of 300. It is Also 2 nice sows with 14 pigs When a child is in danger a were down from, Maretbiyg Wed Opportunity of Americans in China position. Some are so strong sold to T. N. Noe a bunch of calves believed th.t he will not have any to 2 months old. 6 nice iat gilts woman will risk her life to prosatisfied at $16.25 per head. i nesday and state they are Miss McCord ngainst it, that they say they are Republican opposition, as he is a weighing about 175 pounds. The tect it. No great act of heroism with their new location. willing to put up money to test man and is eminent- above will be cash in hand on day or risk of life is necassary to very Missionary Story ALABAMA. of sale. Give Win, Marshall Smith who recent protect a child from croup. the validity of the act. To argue The Mrs. J. W. Brown best farmingland in the South ly fitted for the exalted position, Also one nice small jnck, 8 years Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and the validity, we shall not attempt ly purchased the business ol A. Home Mission Indians Topic One pair of good all danger is avoided. You can buy land in Washing- another race will soon he on foot old. co'or black For sale C. Hiatt.at Hiiitts, has been a very that for the Democratic nomina- work mules, good size, age about by Chas. C, Davis. Primitive Art Miss Maxwell as we are not prepared to say that ton county, Ala'.,f for $25 per acre 7 sick, man for ten days or more. White Men's persecution of Indian every technicality of the law has on the installment plan; 81 per acre tion for Commonwealth's Attorney 13 years; one log wagon stock will sell on easy terms Tribblc Bryanf will leave MonMiss Ida M. Adams been complied with or that any down and 50 cents per acre per in this district. Mr, Hardin now with good bank note at 6 per cent has been violated, neither do we day for Coeburn ya., to accept a Hvmn month until paid for, with no inter holds that place and on account of interest. say. that every tax provided by position as Western Union Opera est or taxes. Purchasers buying the fact that he will be exalted to Will serve loaf bread and boiled COMMERCIAL CLUB. the ordinance is just as it should tor for the- - Norfolk & Western as much as ten acres now get a the station of circuit judge he will ham for lunch. The initiatory step towards the be, but we do, kno'w that the Quite a numbe forced to retire R. R. VV. M. BULLOCK. vam?:i organization of a Commercial or hoard has the best interest of the lot in the, new town of Alpha, ber of prominent lawyers are being Hansford, Ky. Bail Case of Catarrh and Other ., Edd. Jones, son of the late Sheriff was made towu at heart and when they passed free. This land is traversed by the mentioned as suitable men to sucBusiness Men's .Club ' ' is at home for a few Complications. Fully Jim Jones, ''Vi' Tuesday night when a few enter- the ordinance thought they were Mobile and Ohio railroad. Now ceed Mr. Hnrdin. It certainly is TORTURED FOR I5 YEARS f.ji is the time to buv.a farm before it getting to be Danville's time to be inonths'rst. Edd has been tele- prising citizens met in the drug doing by Fcruna. yu for the best interest of the stomach trouble, honored with a district office. by a goes up. Writejor, particulars graphing in Arizona for some store of Cbas. C. Da is and took f Mr. Chas. L. town. These special privilege tax ' There is plenty of good timbe here that bi. filed doctors, and resisted '' 'OscAr Pondkr, Agent. time. t Sauer, Grand the preliminary steps toward the are to go for the construction and Hon. all remedies he tried, John W. Judge R. V. Puryear, the Scribe, Grand Livingston, Ky. Hnrv Jackson and others, are be- Modders, of Moddersvillc. Mich. , In out last, issue, we failed to organization. The meeting was raaintenan ce of lights, which every Encampment Miss Julian Goodwin called to be held at the Court seemed doomed. He had to sell strongly mentioned mention that I. O. O. P., of On Thursday evening of last ing sound minded man will agree, we Ilis his farm and give up work. Texas, writes oi Crab Orchard was the. charming house but on account of the in- ought to have, but many of our best week a crowd of about thirty young "he can't from San Anttfs.ff J. V. and "onas clemency oi the weather, it was citizens and business men, NO SUBSTITUTE neighbors said, Whatever I live West Y:?.S';f'-'ate tonio, Texan: think people met and organized, the HAS much longer". McKeniie. "Nearly two not expedient to try to hold the that on account of the taxation Young People's Missionary League distressed me," he wrote, "till 1 years ago I Electric Bitters, which trved '".' 'A. BFurnisH has his residence meeting theVe as no preparation already imposed that this little ofMt. Vernon wit officers as foaccepted a worked- such wonders for me that "Brookside'1 just about completed, had been made for it. Some of the additional tax, will be a burden llows:' Rev. G. S. Watson, Presiposition as I can now eat things I could not secretary and We have not yet been advised who great things in the world have and that the town can bettet afford dent, Miss Marcelene Kefauver, fife""'.! T1, take for years. Its surely a grand t r e a surer of occupy;' the place unless Mr. sprung from just such little be- to do without the lights than will to Vice President, Miss Daisy Fish, remedy for stomach trouble." one of the ,'. Vuruisti Jleciaea to move to it. ginnings and the hope is that an have this extra tax at this time. Secretary, A B, Furnish, Treasurleading dry Just as good for the liver and goods estab- -' V'l'Mlss Helen KeVs, who was the organization in the way of a Others say they are willing to pav er. After the organization was, efkidnevs. Every bottle1 fctinrhntccd lUhments of Only 50c at Chas. C. Davis. mu&lc'teach'er at the Brown Memo- Commercial Club can be effected the tax that lights will be worth fected a short missionary program Galveston, vitaf Inst year but how witn the Bell thatiin time' to come will bring more than the small additional tax was rendered, followed "by a social T e x a 8. The The record ffitSMafc&r Carrollton News: Vol V ' tcuff-r- institute, Walnut. N. C, is a guest rich' results to Mt. Vernon. There asked So that there can be no hour enjoyed by all. The League 7 price for the tOn tobacco crop was KftvSs immxi change from a made at the. Carrollton loose leaf t.Lang'dqn Dormitory for a few are numbers oi little enterprises kjck nnd harmony prevail, the will meet on alternate Tuesday Mr. Chas. L. Sauer. iilgh ,. ,i and dry SaturdayV when a basket out house vjhiah Mt Vernon could have il board of trustees have requested us nights. The purposes' of the altitude to sea level proved too much of a crop offend by .1. U. Mc- - for mo and I became afflicted with caonly the citizen.-- ot the town would ,o ,sa that at the next meeting of League are both missionary and so "7 James 'H. Brannaman has bought 7u.t brough Donald 46 cents pe r tarrh and cold In the head, and general fuid make tije board, that those, that is the cial l About of the time take huld'work og thei the. residence oi Dr. W D. t bring debility to such an extent as to almost pound several of the at "Wtldie.. Dr. Laswell' has a, pull, for thera Concerted action business and professional men, at each meeting will be devoted to ing 35 cents or more, the crop of Incapacitate me for attending to my who will be effected by this the study of home present d&y .frf. bought property at Kings Moun- 1.1 what it takes, can we have it? 8,500 pounds uvertgtng over 18 duties. i ","1 was Induced to try Peruna, and be "another meeting ordinance are requested to come 0nnry field or problem, and the and will locate there in a few tains will It was grown near Ghent. cents. after Wilting feveral bottles lit small 'weeks. at the C6urt house next Tuesday before the board and if the ra.jority Leain,e voted to take uo first a doses I am pleased to say I was entirepresent favors the ordi .ance then ' Rev. George S. Watson, of the evening.. .when a large number is it will stand and if the majority study of the Emigration problem, ly restored to my former normal condia present, when . -jPresbyterian church, filled his tion and have over since recommended using as a textt books, "Aliens or Thm only baking powder fa vors its repeal ihat it will iorth Por Infants and Children. jenujar appointment at Livingston complete organization w'll he with be repealed. tho uso of Peruna to my friends." v., v This should Americans.?" byjrnuse. If you made from Royal Grapo Dodson 'and effected and the necessary officers, . ,' :Misses . Tho Kind You Have Always Bought every have not joinedythe League now is the approval Cream of Tartar yuMwcwielW, of the Brown Memorial ilected. Come bring your riends meet withthe town and we of Ih3 KmJ Yoj Haia Always BoujK certainly time to get started Bears th this interest- ? along and 11 ur presence is desired and your citizen in Bears ' NQALUM.NO ume phosphate hope wilir elp and eucouragement needed. ' iag work. assisted in the singing. Signature Morelaud Tuesday. 1 Ex-Judg- A. H. Hamlin sold his fine Jnck evening service at 7.00 o'clock. 3:52 am to Capt. B. B. King, of Lincoln Everybody welcome. , uus is con- -' Program of Woman's Club for 11:44 a tr county tor $1000. 21 South 12:19 am sidered one of the best Jacks in Friday, ,Feb. 24th. iDii. 7:30 Business and Parliamentary Tas. Landrum, Agent. this section. Drill. Phons No. .sS. Strayed: Light red muley cow white spot on each sholder, giving. 8:00 Quotations from Literature Entered at Jhe MtTernon, Ky. Postofflce of the Period being studied. milt, liberal reward tor ber re nail matter. as xocond-eltiThe 8:3b American Literature turn. Rrams, Harrison -Knickerbocker School Ji Feb. aat,,,. . , Orlando, Ky. PERSONAL ' Leadet Miss Kefauvc-- r , '' Emmet and VV. L. Sowdcr have 9:00 Round Table Civil Seryice CD.- Sutton was in Ctn:tuttati purchased the restaurant and st'6ck Reform. this week.' of groceries on Church street an4 Leader Mrs Albrigh t. Mrs. R. W. Schroader continues will continue the business. II The f The Republican Committee of about the same. style of the firm is Sowder & Sow-dethe 17th Senatorial district met at liCapt B.. B. King was here from 22 24 north.. ....... north 28 south ......... 4.55 pm Wk2ZZ.r - '., V .)J. : 1 1 - K . 1 i : : : -- ec8saBe0eeea8ssaa89a8e990uaoeeicftsowaeos3iSQ8cii6scca n u': : o 1 If : 1 1 S25ig3tq z : j 1 : "UNGL N D J 7 -- SH ': :.:....:........:. o ::::. si- ea co AM 77 e.. ee.. 09.. ).. eiM .. o 0O tflH ee eo sex.. Oil... eo. .. wm ':23klP- - ae ntrTFCTZT: 'jWtJstK uAwyvKu no. 0O 0O eo- c$ m --fife wtfwtti Sin. oe. 0e ee... - 8e. So 8 8 ..' " a a a ea a a a a a a a e a ea 00 ' v - " wSjPmfg&r m3MrW'' Irk I gmsrti M OS 4U3A, eoi" 0O 0O ,0O ee-0O- ce 0O ce- oo - i ea I. r. e . To convince the people of Mt. Vernon that the trustees want to do the right hing for the town, it" the majority of the business men of the town will come before us at our next regular meeting, Friday night the 3rd. of March and say they don't want street lights we will repeal the license. Jonas McKbnzik, Chm. R. B. MULUNS J. T. Mkadows A. H. Hamlin -- SKWn..? ,,... WrA fes Sii" is?rw - j.i&$) & &? iTtlKMWV 0O" 0O" Clii SIKH 60HM eiH !r'fll Bfifi 't, . sr Va0 &,7t . y-- ntT KZ- k SM-0O- " cC &. . - JBBzi 0O' se. STAR BRAIHD S SOLD EXCLUSIVELY IN oe. Bli - it COUNTY AND GUARANTEED -, " .BY ...... grand-moth- er ( - W !!. n - 'a '' . if a 80' S' aei e .. x ........ t...................... ........ ... ............ ,. ...a. ..' PUBLIC SALE. ...... Ring Us Phone 27, mBer Q." 0t: ............ !f?7!;;;;!;...?Z.Z l, -- , II ftffrl' - xii a ki hi t- - Non-intercour- g , high-clas- s zi s'ze-Hors- e NT ELLOW He-stor- ed , cure-defyin- g ': . . - ? . t;,, h ,v 'N fe pOYAl - - . ill sudden Las-we- ll one-hal- ba.-ket- s miss-Ther- e J, -; . " POWDER Absolutely Pure CAS f' ,rK!)?y--chc.:ft,v;..we- nt '' 111 lt&a&$f& V- -. 'A v 3 irewttifctnvwE Fale-Pace- ea d .ftaTtfeMfettntaMttrueg tjijsuw rjlHlro 3L iiCommisgloiidR lale KssssssailS&asMl if Itlo middle of afoivimta Clem' I'.ObCULANTJ. fteekl tnoheo H C W lo polos and 17 links to ft BtaUo In thi crock, corner io J. L. Jones Is very low with tyr tract of land onco owned by" T. C. Vlar, thsnea with OIom' line $41 W 4 phoid. Dr. h Gibson was called to . poies nnu ....- inu 10 ft Binr.e in rns J. U l .limps creek;.thenoo;N fl 4 W ft poles Ion, see lurn lUesday. itnfrA In Jahih! thotiitn V MKl V IS 1.4 .l.i.-j 1.1.. .)' ' I... M.u ArMin poles to a stake In the creol: nnd inthc 7, county roadrwlth o.ru nolntcrs: tbunuo Richardson, Friday. -- I' rank tt p with tho prcok N 1R 2 W 2o poles to a t0 w,0 i,as peen on the sicJc h.st . stako; thenco S "II w 111 poles to a .stako; thencq S 8 B 2a poles to"a beech lor some time, Is slowly trnpTovini?. stump, corner to a Bchool houp lot, T0nes Allen was in Goochlnikl oud running Spolcs to a dogwood on Bide of tho county road, it last week on business. Whoopint; bolnfr anothor corner lp Hie said cough Is rnijini! in this vicinity. ,.,,. school houso lot; thenco with tho lino o W. S Jones of said lot, N 8(J W 10 poles to a Htako The store polcstoaBtakonndten int() jast pU(AV night, goods nuiiuunf viAUULi uu uiiw hum j,",ilt IttKCIl thenco T 21 W 60 poles to a white oak to the amonnt 0t!gt5 WCIC at In tho mouth of a hollow on tho bank Mr. Joiiex hasn't yet foun I any " of branch; thon-j- N Oo W 4o polos to ". a biiokoye and nonlar: thenco N 71 Wl proof as to who it was Our sub- 85 poles to a hornboam and ash on a SCnption is progressing school mitf! tllfIin,t S A W J nnlnu t.i n. hunt-- I oyo in a hollow, corner to James Cain: nicelv with Prof. Dickerson us inenoo & w a w poles to a beech ana teaciJer, cuui uu uiu uniiK. 01 uiearcrocK, inenuo Mrs. MoseAnglin, jvho moved Un tho creek with nainn N 80 K mi iioIch to tlic beginning, and containing 7G to Bercn in October, to I he treated acres rnoro or loss. For tho imrqhaae price the purchaser bv Dr. Cornelius, died Ihe 9th hist. muatPxecjUfl-bonwith approved sure- She underwent a serious operation ly, boarlng Interest from dato of sale-unti-l from which she uever recovered. paid, and having tho forco and She leaves a husband and four effect of a Judgment., Didders must bo small children, a lather and mother prepared to comply with thexu terras. and two brothers and two sisters, G. S. GRIFFIN, , , besides u hos) of friends io mourn . Com. ROC Master her loss. The remaius were broueht to her home on Clear creek for burial.' 3-- A!."?. fflryawri TcS '' K-j- r. Tfj4C4 ISI.I Women -- dark circles under eyes, drawn features and tired, worn out expressions, yott need a tonic. You ladles, who have Jiale faces, sallow complexion The tonic you need is Cardui, the woman s tonic. It is the best tonic for women, because its ingredients r 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 darn drugs of any kind. gcrous, or ,, It is perfectly harmless and safe, for young and old to use. ut habit-forming nocKcAkTLE omCUtt- COURT, C, C William, John H: Walton Plaintlft-;- . and J. F. Griffin V8 Couimisiioner's Sale. Mary Owens, Delilah Klkiu P.stilt filkln, Fred Klkm and Kitty Wood Defendants, By virtue of a judgement and order of sale of the Roclccaitle Circuit court ' ...,.. -- vvVvvvvv CBiiEdfen Cry for Fletcher's -- 1 J 43 ARDUI The Woman's Tonic vries "After my doctor had done all he said he could for me," Mrs. Win. Hilliard, of Mountainburg, Ark., "1 took Cardui, on the advice of a friend, and it helped me so much. "Before taking Cardui, 'I had suffered from female (roubles for live 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: Ladies' Advtiorr Deri, Qiattanoon Medicine Co., Chitttnooet. Ttnn., anum-pas- c book, noinc ircauacnwor women, icdiitcc. I If fa HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR HAW FURS AND HIDES Wool en Commission. Writ lor price' Ms: mentioning this ad. AND HIDES EatabUoued 1837 LGUISVILLE,KY. mMz&s U&LUi r.'orzmi. VfSrtvVSSKKSr iv smm 1 A,. immwmimwmtimninimimwmmmNg VERNON CMET DO. PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS. i I FUNERAL DIRECTORS, AND 3 3 EJI11ALMKRS Mt. Vernon, Ky. a L 3 3 3 GEORGE I Office Mt. Vernon Monumental OWENS, Manager 3 Building PHONE lli 3 H that line of work for the company. Hearso sent to nil points. SOrdcrs by wire promptly tilled. COUCH METALIC CASKETS Coffins and Robes. Liccned Embalmor will have charge of ;E r SiiiiuiiiiiiuuiuiiaiiiuiiauiiiiiiiwuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuuiiUR rendered at the January tenn, 1911 there-o- f, I shall prevctd to offer for sale at thp front door of the Court housc'in Mt. 'V01 non, Rockcastle county Kentucky, tc the highest and best bidder, at public auction on Monday, ,the 27th day of Feb ruary, 1911, Ixitween the hours of c, o'clock a. ni. and 4 o'clock p. m , bcinj., regular county court day, on n 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, ami consisting of two tracts: 1st tract. The first tract is thif bounded: Tcginning at a white oak, black oak and black guru, the 19th corner to a survey made in the name of William McClurc, thcncoJS 83 Kioo poles to Trace branch to a white oak; thence N 22 E 32 poles to n gum; thence N 20 It 25 poles to a gum; thence N 5 W 98 poles to a white oak; thence running up Burton's spring branch N 88 W no poles to n white oak on the side of a hill; thence N 63 W oi poles to two large pines on a ridge about 150 yards from a path that leads to said Burton's house: thence S H5 W 112 poles to a stake; thence S5 70 E ost 205 polos to n black oak and Miinll oak 011 the side of a hill and comer to the McClure survey; thence with his line N "o R 67 poles to the beginning. 2nd tract. The.sccond tract is ilescrilt-eas follows: Degiuniug at a black oak known as Champ Mnllins' old corucr'and standing on a hill about 20 rods southwardly from a place called tho burnt rabbin; thence a f.iruier line S 65 K 36 poles to a slake in the middle of Horse Lick creek at a mill dam, a sycamore marked as pointer on the west side of the creek; thence down the middle of the 3 creek and county line S 10 E 24 poles,. S 33 K 30 poles, S 55 E 19 poles to a stake in the creek and a large poplar pointer, standing on the south side of the creek and in line of the 400 acre survey; thence 3 S 17 W 70 poles to n small hickory and black oak on the .idge; thence N 60 W 240 piles to a spotted oak and hickory on a lngli point; tiicnce n 31 w 100 poles to the beginning. For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond' with approved surety bearing interest from day of sale until paid, and having the force ami effect of a judgment, ltidders tnust be prepared to comply with these terms. G. S. GRIFFIN, Master Com. R. C. C. d -- tho-wo- 'Xhe Was,btok-thoncoa31V4- in uso for over ffl-A'tf- - Kind You Have Always Bought, aud which has hedn HO years, has borno tho signature of. nnd has uccu nuulo under Jus per- sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow n o 0110 to deceive you in this. nro but All Countercits, Imitations and "Just-ns-gooExperiments that trifle with nnd endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. d" d goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio substance. Its ngo Is Its gunrantco. It destroys "Worms and allays PoVerlshnes3. It cures Diarrhoea nnd "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Pood, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving' healthy nnd natural sleep. The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Prlend. Castovla is CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor Oil, a harmless Pare- GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS Commissioner's Sale ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. !lErS YB ifiK&Z&J& a Aitr r- - iosmoNS' WUNTIFUU Commissioner's Sale ROCKCASTLB CIRCUIT COURT. Thompson Raker, Jesse Baker, Lillie Ilakcr, Riid linker, I.ec Baker, Grace Baker and Dollie Baker, . ..IMaiiitifls. vt Commissioner's Sale. Nancy Robins, Defendant. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, 1 &tsmess ?7biWtj?fsfrcrts rZ&&..- - mf. Ifcifv '"Vr.On.. "sim&s,-,,, iBoa?d -- L. L. Thompson. Adminstrator 1,1 PE SAVED AT DEATH'S DOOR. of V. H. Rowe, deceased Pl'ff. vs Commissionor'fi saie "I never felt so near my grave Win. T. Adams, Juntos B Adams, writes V. R. Patteison, of welling and Allen Adams. L'uardlan of. ton, Tex., as when a frigbttul Win T Adams and James B Ad- - cough and lung trouble pulled me Defendants, down to 100 pounds, in spite of am!?, virtue of a judgment and doctor's treatment for two years, order of sale of tho Rockcastle , My father, mother and two sisters Circuit Court, rendered at tho died of consumption, and that I , ........... innnnrv ..... , illl Uinrnnf T' am alive today is due solely to Di. vmu.w.. shall proceed to oiler for sale at King's New1 Discovery, whirh the. front door of the court Iioush completely cured' me. in Kit. Vernon, Rockcastle Now I weigh 187 pounds and ihe highest and best bicdor, at public auction, on Mon- have been well aud strong for day tho27th duy of Feb. 1911, years." Quick, safe, sure Up the between ho hours of 9 o'clock a. best remedy otrearth for coughs, mi and 1 o'cloc): p. in. (being colds, lagrippe, asthma, croup, regular county court day) on a and all throathnd lung troubles. credit of, six months, tho follow- 50c & $1.00. Trial bottle fiee. ing described real estate, located Guaranteed by.Chas. C. Dans. in Rockcastle couuty, Ky., and bounded as follows: NoTlcn; All parties) indebted to . Beginning at a large poplar on the estate of Dr. s T. J. Price, deLong Branch; thence an east course up the hill to Harvoy ceased or to MrS.iMattie K. Price RoWe's Hue, corner on n white are requested to, please call and set ouk; ihonce with Harvey Rowe's tie within the ticxt thirty days eilino u, north courso to a white ther by cash ornate ouk coruor; thonco-- u northwest Very respeclfullv, course to the hickory corner; Mus. Ma'ttib E. Prick, thonce vith Wm. ICinloy's lino to Level Green, Kv. tlie nd:o to a stoncH feb 17 iui i'ornor;xlienCu a straight lino to il wlii locale corner on tho hill' FOR FLETCHER'S side; thence with William Rowo's Hue to a Htono corner lit the branch; thence with said branch to tho beginning, containing 4o COMMISSIONER'S SALE acres more or It ss. 2L&0i& The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over THC CCNTAUR COMPANY. TT MURRAY STRICT. HtW YORK CITY. SM 30 Years tm eoun-lyry-.,- to ?XCCC1CC 3CCXXDCC5363C ff -- OAWIKT OAOT- AD YOUR INCOME Is a good habit, and one that should be cultivated by all carerul and pru dent persons, but the fact that the comfort of your wife nd children is dependent on your earning capacity .should not be overlooked, and this earn ing capacity should be insured for their benefit. T The Participating Income Bond Policy Affords ideal protection In that it provides , First A prompt payment of the amount of the policp in the event of death. top-H-- the Children Cry, CASTQRIA If totally and permanently disabled and your ability to the company, for your family is destro3-ed- , without cost to you, will keep uji your insurance, or will pay the amount of tlic policy to you in ten equal annual ., installments. Third Shoild you live to be seventy (70) yerotrthe ahjpunt of the policy will be paid you in. cash, thns prote"ctingyou ' "" against poverty and want in your old age. Second tarn a living -- . ) """"& WTW,1; Ajfizv '( .v For the purchase'prico the pur chaser must execute bond, with approved surety, bearing interest from date of sale until paid, and having (he force and elTect of u rendered at the January term, 1911 there- judgement. Bidders must be of, shall proceed to offer for sale at the prepared to comply with theso courthouse in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle terms. GS Griffin, County Kentucky, to the highest and Master Com it c c. Ijcst bidder, at public auction, 011 Mon- NEW ORLEANS M2 MOBILE TicKets en mIo February 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 ami 27 Good BatarniB aatll March 11th, 1911, with frit lltg f IxtaMloa STOP OVERS AT ALU PRINCIPAL POINTS FOR FULL PARTICULARS, CALL ON ANY SPECIAL REDUCED FARES TICKET AGENT, QUEEN & CRESCENT " WRITE w. A BFCKLrD MARDJGRAS MUTE, H . C. KINO, l01 E- - M,ln st"' Lexington. Ky. IniUU UuUdint. Cincinnati, O. f Convenience of the Savings Accounts i- . J Mauy persons keep their money hero as anermnnmir, Lvestmont because the risk of loaninir toindividunls in.vmM. fed. As an investment, you can compute the not returns accu : ratolv. Smilll nuinmitc tnn.v hn nrlilml nf nn.. il ft account offers u profitable moans to realizoon funds that are vou may wiumraw a part or the iuib, uwaiuug ft entiro amount mvestment, atany time. With a determination to save you p aro always welcome hero. Why not lend your money to tho As borrowers, we stand readv tornnmvfi tmnb nmminta is you can save from time to time. We will pay you a rejru- lar rate of interest on your money. We'll explain in detail if you win can at tno oanic. A THE BANK OF MT. VERNON, (incorpouatrd.) A' u- - 'r&X&rvr-OCrr&n.- - lulHUH uiiaiuvivx, v.'vK-iaWAV-v WrT-AJX- . sstassosftK ,v ,.- - Cv "N FLORIDA AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS ON WINTER TOURIST TICKETS TO- - SAuE VIA DAIL.Y mm if FOR FULL GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1911. PAIITICULAIIS, CALL ON AHY AGENT QUEEN & CRESCENT BOUTL KV. -- . i II, C KINO. Pawenecr and llcei Asut, Ol! W1!I1H 101 E. Mala St., LEXINQTO.N, B-- r-t-nr. auction, on Monday, the 2,7th day of ostand best bidder, at public 1911, between the hours auction.1 on, of 9 o'clock a. ni. and 4 o'clock Monday the 27th day of d- m. (being regular county 1911, between the .hours court day), on & credit of six of 9 o'clock a. m andv4 o'ci.Tek months, the following described p. m. (being regular county-real estate, located in Rock court day), on a credit of 6x castle, County, Kentucky, and months, tho following describbd bounded as follows: real estate, located in Rocl'castlo Situated on the waters of Big County, Kentucky, and bounded Clear Creek and bounded on tho as follows: east by tho lands of W. A'. Ono tract of land located ou Hammond; on tho north by tho the headwaters of Cear Creek castle couuty, Ky.und bounded lands of Major Gadd and Harrison and bounded on the north by tho as folldwsi Sale Gadd, and containing 5o ucres, lands of William Linville; on the One lot.located in Livincston. Rockcastle county Ky., bounded more or less. east by tho landsof H. O. Rouleti ROCKCASTUS CIRCUIT COURT. For the purcfiaso price the and Samuel Oroucher; on thp on the north by High street; on G.D.Clark ,, Plaintiff tho east by the land? of Susan purchaser must .execute bond. Mullids; on the south by a lot with approved surety, bearing south by tho 'lands of Louis vs Commissioner's Sale. Ujster Clark and Eva Clark, Defendants owned by Smith Kellyjandon the interest from dato of sale until Rmilett; aed on tho west by the lands of Bud A'nglin, coiitaining Hy virtue of a judgment and order of west by Gauley road, and fronts acres. rnna paid, and having the force and sale of the Itockcastlc Circuit Court, ,7S font nn TTItrVi ofront-.nniFor the tin chase price he effect of a judgment. Bidders rendered at the Jan. term 1911, thereof, back elf equal width 2oo ft. bond, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the For the purchase price tho must be prepared to comply with purchaser must executebearing with approved surety, front door of the court house, in Mt. purchases must execute bond, these terms. interest from date of sale until, eruon, UocUoaijtle county, Ky to the with approved surety, bearing . S. GrtlFFIN, paid, and havitjn the forco and highest ami best, bidder, at public auc-- . interest from date of sale until Master Commissioner, R. U. C. effect of a judgment Bidders tioji, on Monday, the 27th day of Febra- - paid, aud having the force and must bo prepared to comply "with nry tgu, foetyecu the hours of 9 a.m. effect of a judgment. Bidder those torms. and 4 p. ni., being regular County Court must be prepared to comply with COMMISSIONERS' SALE G. S. Griffin, day, on creeitofijlx mouth, the follow- theso terms, ROCKCASTLE .CIRCUIT Master Commissioner, R. 0. O. ing described real estate located in Rnrlr G S GniPFiN, COURT casUe Couuty, kV. mid bounded as tf Master Com. WIFE GOT TIP TOP ADVICE W. 0. Viars, Admini$$w One tract ofJWAfl located In strator of John A. "My wife, wanted me to take county, Ky., on the waters of Plaintiff our boy to the doctor to cure an Cloar1 cree and beginning nt a spruce FALLS VICTIM. TO THIEVES. Oroucher, Deceased. nine stand atr oloso to thn pnut. v.r,u VS COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ugly boil," writes D. Frnnkel, oi S. W. Bends, of Coal City. Ala tho, aforeaald creek, It being a corner h&s Stroud, Oklfl. "I said 'put a justifiable Grievance, Two John A. Croucher's Heirs, " 01 Bucklen's Arnica Salvo on it J, Uerryj '""i" l POlea to aJ. Htalrn nt n.thouco thieves stole bis health for twelve o 7ft K Defendants. "She did so and H cured the boil fnn uiuho 10 ma towers me ol tho road, with years. They were a liver and By virtue of a judgment and in a short time ' Quickest healer u BuwuiMi pvntri .mence Then Dr. King's runnlnc kidney trouble. with thd fonco N 41 E lo polos to a of Burns, ScaldS, Cuts. Corns. New Life Tills- - throddled them, order of sale of the Rockcastle Bruises, Sprains, 5Ja, ,:, V101100, continuing wfth tho fonco Swellings- - Bert rendered at the Unrivaled for Circuit Court, N47 L4o poles to a small black oak He's well .nqw. Only Pile cure on earth. Trv it, , Malaria, Headache, January Term, 1911, thereof, I 0I?. ?rrVw rld'e! tJco continuing Constipation-with the rMgo and with the fence N 60 Dyspepsia. 2,,c at Chas. C Davis, 25c at Obns. 0. Djivi.si", shall proceed to offer for sale at H 00 poles to a stako nt tho toot of a mrgc oiiu, msnee aown the ollfr N 64 of tho court house Do you want the Signal one yr the front door K4 poles to ft white oak and beech on xjltoKMYaUlireAlMsBVuM vernon, Rockcastle fiMtU in Mt, a narrow point In Calloway's old line: and Courier Journal daily 8 mo for Qlgiattn thonce with said line N 25 poles to aj $3.oi County, Kentucky, to tho high- r er day, the 27th day of 1'cbruaiy, 191 1, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. in. and 4 o'clock p. m., it being regular County Court day, on a credit of six mouths, the ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. following djscribed real estate, located in Rockcastle County Kentucky, and Tho Barik'of Mt. Veruon Pl'ff. bounded as follows: vs - Commissioner's Sale. One tract of land located near the town of Brodhcnd and on the waters of Dicks Elizo Mullins, Lou McGulre, Ed river and bounded as follows: Begin- Mullins, Arch Mullins, George ning at r rock pile with pointers, south- Mulling, Ovc Mullins. J. W. west of the W T. Smith tract, in n small Brown, ami . . Williams, Dcfts. branch; thence N 53 W 59 jmles to a stake with pointers, 111 the line of said ' By virtue of judgment and or-tfSmith tract; thence N 38 E 13 poles to a of 'sale of the Rockcastle stake, T. S. Frith's line, with pointers; Irctiit Court, rendered at tho tneucc & 53 u 09 poles to a stake near the branch in the line of J. E. Wood- - January tqrrn 1911, thereof, I yard and T. S. Frith; thence S 38 W 13 phall proceed to offer for sale at poles to the leginning, containing 4 3.4 the front door of. tho court houso acres, by survey. iti Mt. Vornon, Rockcastle coun For the purchase price the purchaser ty Ky., to the highest and best must execute bond with approved surety bidder, at public auction,, on Mon bearing interest from dato of sale until day the 27th day of February paid, and having the force and effect of a 11(11, between the hours of 9 a. judgment. Bidders must be prepared to m. and 4 o'clock p. m (being comply with these terms. county court day) on a credit of G. S. GRIFFIN, siz months, tho following described, real estato, located in RockMaster Com. R. C. C. Commissioner's Sale ROCKCASTLE.CIRCUIT Court. Major Gadd, Plaintiff VS) COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Harrison Gadd, Eliza-betRamey, jPanny King, Richard ping Defendants By virtue of jv judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the January Term, 1911, thereof, I shall proceed to offer for sale at tho front door of tho court house in Vornon, Mt. Rockcastle County, Kentucky, to tho high est and bot bidder, at public h Feb-ruar- Commonwealth Life In-- : surance Company HOME OFFICE: Commonwealth Building, 312 W Chestnut; LOUISVILLE, KY. T. D TOWERS, rreident; MATT O'DOHERTY) Vice President; DR. n. V. GUEST. Med cal Director: Iv. U. KUbhhU, Manager, industrial Department; DARWIKW. JOHNSON Sec'y and Treas.; I. SMITH Afs't Secretary nnd Actuary. 'D. G. ROACH, Gen'L Ag't, London, Ky, ' e3c 4 x&3cy&vft& I Buy and Skll Rhalbstatb I have oti baud at present some very desirable farming land, some mineral and timber land and some town property it's all for sale, come in and before vou buv. 1 will sell or exchange with you. You will find uie at the Bank of A. B. Furnish, Aft. Veriiou. 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