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Conway, Kentucky, June 12 lyu. )oar,Mr. Editor: The people of Rockcastle should be interested in your Hunt lor better roads, for every County is poor which is burdened with bad roads. There is no way to prosper except through good roads. They are the foundation of every school hou.se, and as I am very much interested in education and moral ity, I am very much in fav'or of having better roads. We have heard iugond deal of talk about the Fiscal Court doing something to improve our highways. Why don't they set the proper machines and go at it in the right way; It would be the best thing they could possibly do. We only have two bridges iutlie entire county, when we ought to have at least fifteen or twenty. Oilier counties all uround us have been building them for yeats and yet our magistrates, as well as our people have taken very little interest in tht. construction of roads, culverts and bridges. One reason that the school attendance in this county is so poor is due to the lact that we have such bad roads aud it will continue this way until we have better ones. We must fight for better education pure lives and better morals. Ve must take a stand for what is right aud all these things will help the County aud State I am for higher education, for better roads, more industry and purer lives, so that Christianity may grow and prosper. Very- truly, S. B. McCmjrK., - 'liWi1lf MVlM Ill-Ileel 1iWrlfll $8i1idlJ AV A 1 111 1 1 71111 414 1 COUNTY, KYM Established 1887 NUMBER 38 MT. VERNON, IIOCKCASTLE after FRIDAY, JUNE, a 10, 1911. APPEAL F0!t i.Vcesfdetit John Robins were iu Mt. Vernon cleaned, whitened, painted, varnlast week attending the commence- ished and put in tip top order. ment of the Brown Memorial The furniture haa all been" reC.VNDIDATH VO'X Dr. George Frith is on freshened and repaired or replaced, School. STATU ALDITOR ' and' new mattings, carpits etc., the sick list. added, Subject to. the action of the Oscar Mullins was taken sick But the most Democratic Primaiy July ist. He very suddenly Monday at the Frith notable and necessary alternations have ocrespectfully solicits jour support. Hotel. But is some better now. Mr. Bosworth is one of the best Mr. and Mrs. curred iu the sanitary nnd bat h John Brown, of known Democrats in the State aud Mt Vernon. w,re down Tnesdav departments. Entire new plumbif elected will add great strength visUhjg Mr nnd Mrg j T ing, bath tubs, shower baths, and to the ticket in lovemoer. i . Cheirv. Tohn Mullins whn is tplo- - closets have been installed iu nll electbd he will devote all his time grapbiDR at New HaVen was here ladies and gents departments, to the office and will give his best first o Uje week ,Q hJs brotber which alone would have satlsried endeavois serving the public. New roofs 0scar.-- Dr. Eugene Brown, oi the public demands. to the buildings, repainted porches, (Mr. Bosworth is prominently ' Stalford vvas here Tuesd t0 see windows, doors etc., a resurfaced Known iiuouguoui me ninie as Oscar Mullins. Mrs. Dave Thomp- the man who arrested Caleb Powers son, of Paris is visiting Mrs. L. lawn, a. flower garden, a rjew auto who was convicted three times for! B. Cable. Susie Cable is number-amon- gararge. and a constant supply ol I A f I fl .lkl W bjldraulic IUC UJUIUCl UUVClUUi ui uucuci, J the sick this week with bath water by a big aud was pardoned by Governor in e.i si ps. Mrs. Tfinnip Hrnron hn ram. Wilson, and then sent to Congress retu ued ff(Jn Williamsburg where ' Tue foregoing improvements as by a jnajority of the Republicans she has been visiting her brother, stated, answer the present demands of the Eleventh district.) lack Leece. Jacob Sarabrooks, of fil,,y. as to the table, there will be Livingston, came down Wednesday no relaxation in the efforts of the into inn: a i). P3st t0 satisfy the most exact-Mrto set the Eastern Star to work inK guests. J. R. Storms has remodeled Miss Etta Frith has returned It is now generally understood He home after spending 3 week with his residence on Maple Ave. that Crab Orchard Springs and trie relatives in Stanford aud Danville is now in London on business. Mrs. L. B. Hilton visited her Mrs. Susie B, Cherry isverysick KeeJey Insiitute'uore purchased Miss Carrie Frith has returned outright by Messrs Joe B, Willis parents last week. Mrs. Lillte The graves ol the Confederate Miller aud children have returned to her home in Gum Sulpher after and John Robinson. Mr. Willis dead in Arlingtou National ceme from a visit to her sister, Mrs G. spending tin ee weeks with relatives Ins been for ten year-- the efficient nnd friends in Stanford and Dan- - ufmager. assisted by lift accomr)-!terv were decorated Monday. The V, Brooks, of Williaiuhburg HON H. M. BOSWORTH. oi' Faybttb County I g fr to her homo in Crab Orchard, are down with measles' Bane a, two weeks visit to Miss Caison attended the couimenco-MirandTale, uient of the Brown Memorial Miss El:zabeth Tharp is visiting School last week. Miss Margaret Miss Irene Lyons at Junction Mc.'lury is visiting Iriends here. Gity. Miss Judith McCall has re- The baseball team gave an ice to her home at Marttburg, crerm supper here"1 Wednesday turned after visiting her cousin Miss Jewel , night .which was quite a success. Francisco. Misses Eva Albright Judith McCall and Owen Cass CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS, : visited Miss Katie Cass al Level The thousands of patrons of Green Sun.lnv. IWr nn,l Mr t? Orchard Springs 'd C R, Gentry, of Mt. Vernon, visited recognize tliat resort j wouW ardv Mr. and Mrs A. M. Hiatt last week. Mrs. 0. A. Frith is visiting now, so extensive are the improve her parents at Livingston.' Miss ments recently made by the new bed room on the Clyde Wilmott is very ill with ty- owners Eve-iphoid fever. J. F. Watson and vast place has been thoroughly i $:xc&3c3fcec&3cc v. My "tj ' ... Stock is Complete ..'--- fn" Furniture, Stoves,, Ranges. CARPETS, RUGS, MATTING, LINOLEUMS OIL -- - CLOTH AND LACE CURTAINS. - - COFFINS AND CASKETS AND A FULL LINE OF GENERAL MERCHAN- -' DISE TO SUIT ALL. MY PRICES ARE LOW. Mail Orders Shipped Same Day Received. h Yours for Low Prices. iV - v. L. H. DAVIS, LIVINGSTON, KY. 4 C 0 &t&c'yc3 matron extends from ocean to ocean. Mrs. Mary Richert will r continue as with a retinue of trained servants in all departments. The new Cincinnati band of music will uphold the imputation made last year at C. O. for having the best band in twenty long years. This section of Ky. knows Crab Orchard Springs too w:ll for lurther "remark. Rates, $8, $10, and $12 per week, accord- and to location, children rates house-keepe- H &X$fac8fapidS ALL-OUT-DOORS k INVITES wv . YOUR KODAK ASK FOR CATALOG Kodak means pvogrossivo pleasure; the pleasure of fnk- - g ;ing the pictures, plus tho greater jjleasuro of possessing thorn. A lli ? " ", .senl.n wreath," , Mr: very night. Ball every Fridaj-'nigh- t' ' About that new Suit or that new pair of Trousers Just a peep into our line will convince you that we are right when we say our -- I MARF.TBURG. BflUl 1M II ill 1 1 mr n Da flu Ufi Xm?s """' ' ' ; " rKf '2 jflBfc"; Hlk mRjiESSf !2H7Tv?k 4 if. ' 'Young Men' Clotnes.I J ""t f Jit imm goods are better and our prices are lower than you have ever seen before. when you see a man witfrpne of our Guaranteed Suits. ; . I'iiMHSarrHWr V Q co We have just the thing you have been wanting. We can sell you a BLUE SERGE COAT and LIGHT TROUSERS, or any way you wish, from $7.00, $7.50, $8.50, $10.00, $H.00, $12,75, $13.75 and $16.00 C3 We can also furnish yo'u with all it takes to make a man well dressed, a Stetson or National Hat, a Fountain Shirt, an Arrow m' Brand Collar and a pair of CD WALK-OVERSHO- ES HS size JUwnyliiml to cet just the have thoni all. Thit Perplexing Hosiery Question and colqr for tho children. WOMEN'S PURE SILK HOSE, The dry weather is.all the of the day. Potatoes are considerably damaged by tlie drouth and the bugs. Corn seems to be very good, only small as nearfy nil the farmers were late planting. Btother Green Fish preached an interesting sermon to a good crowd at the church Sunday. Sunday school is progressing nicelv with Bros Burk and Carson as ,stiperintondents. Misses Alice Hester and Georgia Cress, of Cor-bihave been visiting Miss Sallie Reynolds Miss Essie Pike re turned to Livingston Saturday after a weeks visit with her cousin An infant of Mrs John Owens. Sowder, near Freedom John church died Friday of inflamation of the bowels. Mrs Eva" Houk bf Corbin,. visited Mrs. Barbara Houk Tuesday. Miss Virginia Davis aud cousin, Miss Ethel Davis visited at Mr Joe McKenzie'sSat--urdaaud Sunday. D. J. and P. Y. Hunt spent Sunday with home-folk- s here Mrs. Judith Chestnut is still improving from a spell oi sickness. Mr. Joe Mckenzie our merchant, with his wife,. Annie, as clerk, at this place are doing quite a success ful business owing to hard times, S. E. Chandler and, son Lee are farming on a part of the Nelse Griffin farm. Mr. Ap Taylor rras been on the sick list. J. J. grist mill, run by gasoline, is making meal for the community. Misses Kay Hunt and Eila are at home lrom Brown Memorial. Mrs. John Houston, widow of late J. P. Houston, of Hazel Patch, is with her son, R. K. Houston near Cummins Statiou. coin-"men y Mc-Cal- ls nt CHAS. C. DAVIS, LEADING DRUGGIST, P vocxxxx Campbell and family are spending vacation in Lexington and Irving Ky. They wi'l likely not return until just before the fall term of school begins, Phone 39 MT. VERNON, KY." ?4V xcGodcex. "painters" iu those days. Owens was the man who in referring to the moon n 1833, called it the "main fuglement". He was also Car-so- u Wo - LEBANON JUNCTION. OC d $1. O SEND US YOUR MATL ORDERS SUTTON & McBEE JCC rvw.AV -.- VWz-OA-w-AS -- - Mrs. Emma Capp9 visited in Boston Wednesday. Dry weather prevails here at present aud no Mrs. c.f rain in sight pronii.--e Ulizabe'thtown, Cuud. Quiggins. of was here during week with her sister, Mrs. R. L Mitdd. R. L Mudtf.contiuues to improve and expects to be out in few days.- -' &'C Thompson (Rube) and family re taking a vacation and nte Vetting relatives in Pulaski and RockcasWcouuttes. Rev. C W. the nrigiual user of the word "mate" that is often heard today in the conversation of his and relatives wheu relating anecdotes. Reapers and self binders were not in evidence. The scythe, reap hook and cradle were mostly used. Machinery iu this line began to come iu the .early 90s. Mowing machines were few and far between. Cutting box machinery was scarce, Blade cutters were iu evidence to some extent. But few molasses evaporators were iu the land, though some metal bottomed boxes or pans were used but. mostly kettles were iu service. A sausage grinder usually did service for a whole neighborhood or comunity; public property as it were. When one was ready to make up sausage it sometimes required a day or more to locate the mill. "Grinder, grinder who has Livingston and the grinder?" Brodhead had no darkies nor have they today any colored cliizens. Conway, Wildie, Laugford, Orlando, Mullins Station, Burr, Sparks Quarry had not sprung into being. There was but one telegraph wire aud it terminated at LivingTHINGS THAT WERE NOT; ston. AND. WERE IN 1877. Prohibition was voted in uear AND SOME THAT ARE The 'five co uy a ct this date. . Telegraph operator William Adams who has been working at New Hope for some time has been transferred to Tunnel Hill 9 miles south of here on main line. Rev. Hunter left last Sunday night for Oklahoma City wliere he will j oin his family who have been there for some time. Rev. Hunter has dont a good work for the Baptist people during his stiy with them here. His place as pastor has not yet been filled On last Tuesday while Speeding through this place in an automobile and accompanied by several young ladies, W. P. Portman, Capt. of'Police of Louisville, ran into a buggy belonging to Owen Devers, of Boston, tearing up the vehicle and breaking a leg of his horse rendering the animal useless. R. W. Powle, of Stanford, was married to Miss Dolly Haley, here at 8 o'clock last Wednesday morning by Elder Campbell and immediately left for a tour through the east, they expect to return ab.itit July ist. Miss Ha'ey is a daughter of Fry Haley who was killed here several years ago while' town marshal, Mr. Fowle is one of the telegraph operators here. . .TO-DAY- M I' I ! -- w. soon followed. (ny J. Calloway M.) J Mulling the oldest philosopher was living then und after related, to admiring throngs, the early expeJiences of Alfred Owens, his partner and himself Same"" were hair raising to the imit, for there were beats aud There were no couuty road bridges. The old jail consisted of two rooms, one above the other constructed of wood 2, by 12- inch clanks spiked together flatwise with iron cells iu lower room. The same cells were used in new jail built in 1887. (Continued on 2nd page ) n $$. ??ia.: '&" r fe3 Z A. " I wsg;yffilKIl MT VERNON SIGNAL 16. 1911 filih'eyot nBe- - w.ts HUtig :if Un udMhc'eU Ste.ilii ami tiir StSi&jtllslSsSil'X-- !f. liii' . .1 Hills wefts known. Friday, June. :S outfit. liter. To get a 50 check cashed was about this time that Dick it was often necessary to ?end it, O.vens contemplated offering as a to Stanford and get returns by candidaie for county judge, His express after two days wait. $I.OO SUBSCRIPTION ONE YBAR platform was: "It elected I will Coal mines were in operation discharge the duties right and dt Pleasmt Valley, later known as A vertising rates made known on make the laws dad sopped "ex- - Cove, operated by J W. Miller pulsilicable". Dude Owens was and Geo Denny, of Lancaster. application ', one of Rockcastles brightest men Pme Hill mines were run by Cash for Frank Crool'. was then clerking Brinkley on the corner now occu Dock Dean, the great violinist, MBMBKR OP pied by J. Fish's store his engineer, often plajed here for KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION It was said to be one of the balls. Owens who on his fust sight of a Captain Sweeney and Suddith cooking stove remarked, "the were the pasengfr conductors, blamed thing will burst and kill Mart Dillion biggnge master and you nil, some daj". Georgf- - Browning engineer. D. About this time Olliver chilled W. C. Rowland was superintendent plows and Hastkers bitters were of mam stem and Knoxville Divis- ion. I 0 Florence was pumper, THINGS THAT WERE NOT; having a big run. The llllIform success that has No roller mill, County has had at Rowland; later was train dis-- attended the use of Chamberlain's AND WERE IN 1877. two established since but the one patcher and the present post, Colic, Cholera AND SOME THAT ARE and Diarrhoea TO-DAhis ruade it a favorite everywhere at Mt. Vernon burned down; master at Stanford. can always be depended upon probably be rebuilt this year. (By J. M.) Maretburg was known as Mt. It There were several knitting Guthrie, for president Guthrie, of For sale by Chas. C. Davis. machines. Don't know of any to- the L. & N. (Continued from 1st page ) Mrs. Benham Do you rememday. Democrat!, were in charge of ber what I wore whci you proposed Elistaa Terril, Tandy Dowel, in all the count offices. Carding machinery was to me? Charley Jones, George Severance, but was gradually operation Lawn mowers were as scarce as Benham- I think it must have Pickens and many other men Most wool sent to lien's teeth been a mask. of note had either moved to ether abandoned. Not n dentist in the county. states or passed over the river. foreign factories to exchange for The reformed Prisbyttrian Synod cloth or yarn Suv mills a plenty and the in session in Pittsburg Monday It is related that a stranger once The hum of the spinning wheel butchery of forests was at its adopted a entered Pickens barber shop took resolution making the shop chair and ordered Was still heard in the land but was heiglh. a seat in the maximum salary of the lowest Pickens became angered soon silenced by change in con ( a shave. piid minister 900 a ear instead In the decade from 1869 to 1878 But few of the old oX the strangers abruptness, pro ditions. of $800. ceeded to spit into shaving mug wheels and looms remain to tell the avenge number of hogs reportA great' reception for Francisco mixed the lather, whetted his razor the tale of past usage and departed ed annually iu Kentucky was I. Madero, Jr , is being planned In the decade Irom 1809 on the sole of his boot and" went glory. Tow linen was quite an 1,859,000 at Mexico Cjty. When the rebel Pro- item in those days. There is little. to 1908 the average number re to work on the man's face. leader reaches the capital he will tests from the victim had no effect if any manufactured within the ported was i.2?q.ooo. Tnis is a De . nnn nnr! it greetM Dy MOUSJnUS of his r,f There are lllUljy 'rWrnc1W W. V.f..WW, U.lt4 .. ...K.VUl.. .WW..l. on the barber until tho job was county now. citizens of voting age who have that Keutuck) is losing some of.,ormer enemies. completed. It is unnecessary to up: a. macic nore nog her say that man didn't patronize never seen a sninniuE wheel - or ..... prestige. as a.. hog raising State. I iakkn . ... . . . J. Pickens shop again. Said he was loom and they woulden't recogniei ' me loregoing ngures are taken weigiu uuuui mo ponnus came 10 Owner n .listnlT a nm'll. slinti.lf nr :i frain an agricultural eraohic recent :, V place one month ago. . ., .. glad to escape with his life. J" ..ft George Sambrook and Dick brooch if they met them in the lv issued by the United States De-- 1 can have same by paying all of Agriculture. While damages. Gresham were running hotels at road or any other old place. W. Marlkr. Kentucky experienced this reLivingston. Candles, candle sticks aud stnifj Brcmo, Ky. markable decline in production June All South eastern Kentucky were ers were still used to limited extent there was a material increase The Catholic Young Men's hauling their goods bv wagon Today there are hundreds here who would hardly know what a candle shown in the neighboring Sta es of National Union will meet tn from Livingston. Ohio and Indiana. In Ohio this Washington October 23 and 24 Livingston at that time was stick is and if shown a pair of increase was 57.1,000. In Indiana about the hottest stuff on the map snuffers would be at sea with tl was rn recent years Hj0 000, where their guesses as to its purpose iaot excepting "Joefield" fjooa prices nave oeen jne ruie Jlk-K- T-SJ 1 , ) 'Woodbine is now located all classes or use, in fants and'Cjdldren. me uog mancer. Kentucky The disc harrow was absent. and all conditions were found there 'not declined iu the production of The Kind You Have Always Bought Dynamite was not used here. aud roughness was there in great corn, and it is rather strat g : that Bears the Commercial fertilizer was scarcely gobs. there has been such a slump in Signature of clerk and known Jesse Fish hog production. te Published every Ftiday by ost dlfice cabi let Was a small There wn Rood Sunday scllOolii handmade pigeon hold uflair with- - ami punching, out private boxes and had about No bank within the connt and one tenth the capacity of our none established until 23 jears EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. present It Ttlcm does iidt seem to lit- anv Hiot reason why Kentucky should have fewer hogs now than had thirty ycirs ago. In ruosi other products of the farm there has been TJn- a substantial increase. questionably 'Kentucky firmer? cannot comnlain that th':v lack a market for their hogs. There is no lack of the wherewithal to feed and fatten hoes, and science has come to the aid of the farmer with adequate remedies lor the serious diseases of swine. There is not so much risk now in raising hogs ns there was twenty years ago, or f )r that matter, ten years ago. If money could be made at the busi ness in the past the present co & ditions certainly are more favorable f for ample returns. Some of onr,ff Kentucky farmers appear neglect- ing a most important factor for agricultural prosperity. C ourier Journal. - ", fcyStf'.'rt;j ft &c&x&x. xx3c3ec3qc xcp jiftiSOuWi'li'wmi r.iTiihJ'if Jri ,MMiyaM)eMWducut3icsaa - t jccscxcc oa LADIES No doubt with a few you to pieces of New Furniture, brighten up the old walls with New Paper and the floors with New Rugs. here SPRING house cleanh.g time isrooms cheer up your my .11 I w r INVITE YOU 1 to call and look through my stock from beginning to end and see the great bargains I have for you. The assortment is the largest and most complete andthe prices the lowest that I have ever made "A - Large Shipment of Rugs, Carpets and Mattings, Just, Arrived S.B.McKENZIE THE Phone I FUITH IN MT. VERNON, KY iyrttec$yc&3c$3c$: o 3. .... A-- , ,'n!lc ;3c9&dc&&x&: At Philadelphia the Central Labor Union indorsed the strike at . - ., , me nawwin ocomouve wonts and pledged assistance to the strikers. Four girls were drowned bv the capsizing of a sailboat on a little lake near Appleton, Wis. w $3C$3sC$Joe:C$ -- pi-ttne- nt GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER t. Brodhead Ky 1 Telegraph or order Promptly Filled. Tele-phon- , JilrTpor r.ACTOD IA v'ri W. T. FRANCIS, Dentist., Mt Vernon, Ky. Homo and office In the Into residence Dr. Myers formorjy occupied on Old Main St., Mt. Vernon. maa COMPLETE LIN.E Coflins, Caskets and Robes. All Maif; o m ex-circ- ZtfZ&c "4dMW aCJSfcf SHOES HATS AC UNDERWEAR. Right in the midst of the sea-sowe areofferingyou at cost and below cost our SELZ line of Oxfords for men, women and chileren. Also several other articles at a way down price. Following are some of the; prices u Men's Lowcuts: Tan. button $4.00 Values at ' " Pat. leather 4 00 " " Gun metal 4.00 " " Gun metal c.50 " Gun metal 2.25 Pat. leater H.25 Ladies' Lowcuts Children's Lowcuts Ladies' Underwear A. , S.9S 2.98 3.98 S.C9 1.59 53.39 ar, One Strap Gun Metal Pump.i $3 00 Val. at Two Strap Gun Metal Pumps 2 25 " One Strap Gun Metal Pumps 2 $2.19 1.39 I I to 5 54 to 8 2 8 $ 1 1 00 Vulues at 75 50 fiO " " " t 89 98 I tr 11 i 85 2 00 Pat leather button velvet top luce IU to 2 $1.05 1.29 89C 98c 69c Drawers D0c Values Drawers " 25c Wliito'Uundorskirts " 75c White Underskirts $1.25 " - 49a Qc v! -- " '2 75 98 39 48 98 Boys' Lowcuts m Values ' 2 75 Pat leather but'n $2 fiO Gun metal, lace " $1.98 - 98 One strap pat leather pumps Ope stiap Vici pumps One sfrap velvet pumps ( a One strap 3 00 2 25 2 2 " j2 19 I Men's Underwear ,$100 Values at Men's Hats $1 25 Values v .. at """P-" 50 75 I " Men's Odd Vests Rangiug in price from $1 to $2 75 going at 1 50 " . I 39C 2 50 " Si.ea A ', tsy ri- 'mmmmf JW, CHAS. MtNZIt MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY. If DlSCUtt&i ; J?,.f.'V TjiirriVjyftii-!;;-- : :- ffiJr'ftaiihWyMatfift . I ', fit for ,.ai,-j7- . m' .. iXjy: , tfi9,S'tfWi'trrrrVhMriritiTiTftat(rti : m ' '"' '" ... JTTSTiiTftiln , : .,VoC"l",P"No'" f fidiaetfalai fatw every day forma for bis health. young men nt Fish's). t. 7Mtf'VaulON. Kv.juneo. i&n Mrs. W. H. Forbes will l'etlve 1h j That Shelby .Shoe is all the two weeks for Detroit. talk among the Ladies. Rev. Giorge S. Wotson left whnT7A Sutton & McBeb. H yesterday for a two b Oyou vranUoCommunl. onu Willi H1QNAI in Roy B, Wflg fined ' Kansas. , y.f. cou-t- y court Monday for striking Miss Georgia Beck, of Versaills. his' wife. Failing to pay or s expected today to visit Miss Devv. he was sent to tail. Lelia Mae Lovell. Miss McCord authorizes us to George Griffin who has been sick say that Brown Memorial school LOUItVJLLC 4 NAIHVIUC R. R.CO. nt his home near Wildie since will open for next year's work on C D'.temberis with his sister, Mrs. the second Wednesday in Septem' ' TIME TABLE. S. C. Franklin and brother, J. F. ber. B'fort-hiWIWM'lo-.eaUwe-sta- Ml. m Vthl 1: jm"miwcM i l N SIQINAlL ,....' am . BMcxi-Meaa- i - -- - . ll i l " Looker jvv-'rs''zv- Zgs. the j Sign of: the Look for the Sign of the ill:.' ilL re-i- FISH FISH .T north '24 north 23 south 22 21. South 4.55 3:52 pm Griffin. ELLIN A STOCK OV KLOSE I 11:44 12:19 Jas. Landuum, Agent, who has been very sick for the State Convention and I. O. O. F. Phone No. 58. Rnlmd at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postofflce mall matter. ai second-cla. here July ic and 11 limited to am from Hustonville Monday to see am his s'sler, Mrs. I. G. Anderson. July 12th. on account of Republic $3-9- am' Dr. W. J. Childress was Round trip ticket to Louisville AT-HA- F PERSONAL A H. Hamlin was up from Livingston Monday. Payne Smith has been ort the sick list for a few days. ;, A. B. Furnish made a flying trip 'to Louisville Saturday. - Mrs. alia Cooper and son Archie arc guests of Iriends heie. ' Jim Cooper the "Candy Man" .was with bur merchants this week. Mrs. Bronongh, of Crab Orchard, is visiting her cousin, Mm. Sue Butner. Benton is the Miss Willie ', charming guest of Miss Sacie J past week. She is some' better at this time. Mrs. T. J. Niceley has been with her father, Henry Catron, in Lincoln county a week or more and taking treatment at the Crab Orchard Sanatorium. Miss Mottle Butner has returned from a most pleasant visit in Kingston She was accompanied home bv her little cousins, Annie Wages and Tommy Terrlll. Miss Minnie Riddell, of East , Bernstadt and Miss Sallie E. of near Nicholasville, were the guests of Mr. und Mrs. "J. W. Riddcll at Cove last week. B F. Eberhart, the photogrc-phe- r. is thinking of buying property and locating in Mt. Vernon on account of our schools. We hope this splendid family will fully dt- Rid-dell- reunion. PRICE As Rev. Watson will be in Witchita Kans., for the next three weeks, tlwre will be no services at the Presbyterian church during his absence. Will Brown and Sowder Brothers were "each fined 2 00 jn county court Monday for violating the Sunday closing law. sell goods cheaper because we sell for cash only. You can buy goods from us cheaper We-ca- Will Kirby, G, Anderson, Luther Manus, J, You'd pay at other stores About 500 sutes in this stok and tha ar on sale NOW and if you want sum real KLASSY KLOSE for less muny than chepe stuff kosts, now's yore chance. n FISH'S GAfArHTD KLOSE Collegian and E A. R. and meny uther gud maker's klose all on sale, and you kno we stand back ov every thing we sell . t Q- -, Morelaud Sullivan and Ccc 1 Dr. Boyd, Superintendent of Maban were down from Williamsschools, of the Presbyterian board, burg Sunday. " Mrs Lizzie Schroder, of Lit will arrive tonight from Baltimore, Sutes J io discuss plans for the future of ingston is visiting her mothir Brown Memorial and to plan for the new buildings to be erected. ..Mr. and Mrs. C. B. McKenzie Dr. W. A. Brown has returned and' and. Mrs. Sadie Moore were in from Orlando, Florida where be Berea laat week. ' spent several months. While there of Monticel he saw Mr. E. Mr, Walter Frauds, Walton almost lo, in visiting his pargnts, Pr- and pyerv day. Although Mr. Milton The Judge put a quietus on some Ms. W. Francis. and My, George Kcllar aro doing TO-DAYAof the Livingston boys yesterday Judge J. T. Adams is improving remarkably well there in the daily Fred Elkin charged with stealing rapidly after being operated on at newspaper business, Mr. Walton some watches and money from Lebanon hospital. and family are very mu:h dissatis- George Murphy and who was Rev. Gto S. Watson, of the fied and are very anxious to return caught, in Cincinnati was held oyer J'respytcrUn church preached at to the dear old blue grass country. under a $350 bond which he faihd LOOK FOR THE Advocate. Buckeyo last Sunday, to.gjve. He had the watches on S1G.N OF THE Miss Susie Thompson is visiting him, He with, oralQlier uthe family, of her ."uncle "J. J. && hoys, including Walter RicivPbbe Thompson near Stanford. Trade at Hish's'ahtl Have the McCl.tre and James Delph are charged with breaking into Buck Miss Helen Keys, of Cincinnati, difference Cockrell, J. A. Oliver and the R. My splendid Jersey bull will came down Thursday to be present Get thatAVHRV cultivator from Clothing from $2 50 a suit up wedding, M. K. Flour Co's store. Delph J Pisb. left and its make the season at my place at Si. O.ilv one at the Sutton V McBjWs and McClure were sent to the priced way down low, Money due when cow is turned in. Prof. John D. McFerron and Today and tomorrow la. souuty school of Reform. Rich was may-2tf. Gus Stavbkson. sister, Miss Gco'hii. of Breezy examinations for teachers. Jtound trip ticket to Lebanon discharged. Hill were here during the wtelc. for 2 5o June. 27th to July ;8th DEAFNESS CANNOT BE You can get 5c calico 5c ging- , night June nth' limited to July-9t'On on aQcouut of '. CURED Mrs. A H. McFerron. of Pine hams $t work shoes at, The. T'r , Order United American Proctor Knot "Chautauqua. by local applications, as the) canHill, wis visiting bur yon, R. L. ' FUTTON & McBtiit'ft Mechanics, gave an intertaintnent not reach the diseased portion of McFerron, and daughter, Mrs. E. The welfare 'tot the Graded, the ear. There is only one way to Mrs Willi.im Sowder, ol the to the. meipheifi, their families and ' B. Cox. school demands that the people vote cure derfntss and that is by con Skepgs, Creek section died Mondn.v frlenfjs, .which was well attended are you going, stitutional remedies. Deafness is George R, F.irgcson was at of consumption. ;e hid- special .music ' furnished the bond issue. What to do? Are you, going to deprive-you- caused bv kn inflamed cond.tion of Danville where home Sunday d Langford and the by Messrs children of the advautages, the mucous linitig of the EustachMr J H. Jarrett has sold his he has a position firing on the f Brother J'rfiiu Mt,. inCnrfintr or are you going to pay the little ian Tube. When this tube is farm near Brodhead nnd on towhich was enjojed by nil. , a rumbling sound will place flamed vou have pitauce of a tnx'. that it morrow will have a public sale of or imperfect hearing, aid when it One of the special features of. the Mr. and Mrs. Jo'in Robins and . upon you, which no one will ever is entirely closed, Deafness is the Mr. occasion all his person il was u talk mjde by Rev. F Miss Mildred, J daughter, Come .out, east your vote result and unless the inflamation has no fullv decided jusl H L 'Ponder, o'fGauley Ky., on leel? W&Yson and son. Everett, were Jarrett for the bond issue, and let. us can be takeu out and this tube whit he will do.the Subject of Secret Orders and with Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Durham make the Graded school what it restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever: last week. Wadijkll Duaduicic: On last Their'Ot)ject and lad but not least ought to be. nine cases out of ten are caused ice cream and cake were served to !Miss Clarksou who has been in Wednesday morning nt Langdon "I nm. something of an Indian by Catarrh, which is nothing but Ihe satisfaction of allt On Sunday,-thcharge of the Intermediate grade Dormitory was solemnized ono When an iufi lined condition of the in my mental make up. next dav the members met at of the Brrjsr Memorial since Janu- of tho prettiest weddings It lias some one does me a wrongI do niucous surfaces, the.hall, marched to the cemetery ary leftfednesday for her home over boen our ptTvilogo to wit not often forget it," remarked a We will uive One Hundred when Mr Olms. Doadorick and decorated the graves of their ness, in tennessee. complacently. Dollars for any caSe of Deafness man somewhat deceased Brothers. Judge Betlururo was in Louis of Alabama, and Miss Lena Wad We wish to think, all who were "Then I hope you have the other (caused by catarrh) that cannot be ' ville Tuesday and Wednesday dell, of Tennessee, were united present on Saturday night for iheu side of the trait, and are as faithful cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure, working the wires for uis political in tho holy bond.1? of matrimony-- kindness and good hehayior. in remembering kindness ss the Send for circulars, free. . the aspiration. The Judge says he is At the appointed hour to F. I. Chunky & Co , was, the j Indians are ,satd Tho Council. straius of tho Lohongrtn wedding Toledo, O. going to be a winnerr. was,. a '.wise hint, forj roply. Jt inarch, played by Miss Dodson, Woik .on the neW building qf many persons whajake a strange Sold by Druggists, 75c. Misses Jennie Hendrickson and groom was mot ut the altar the DfuwiK Memorial school will Iiride in olieerlsliiniri'iiifiirlcs have Take Hall's Family. Pills for Lizzie Hall, of Pineville, stopped the by tho bride, who was given away soon begin and the people of Mt, exceedingly poor memories in re-- , constipation. off here to spend a few days with by Miss Mcpord. The. peroniony Vernon are rejoicing that the board One gard to favors xeceved. s. Hepflripkson, on their return notick: All parties holding' wbjch uas porfopmod by $qv, have decided to make the school a grudge will be nourished and kept claims against the estate of W. M from a visit to relatives a.t LaKcasf Peg g. Vun". was yer-- lni; peruianent institution. It is hard olive as if it were something Mink deceased will present same to preQive, and espocinUy beftuti to estimate the benefit this school precious, bile a hundred kind- me properly proven on or before Miss Marcpleno Kefau ver, the ful was the prayer just .following has been to our town and what the 17. nesses go unre wardej jiud forgotten. Saturday June A. "9"tpopular and proficient high school the ring ceremony. Under a benefits of the future will he. J. HAGGARD. Forward. $'$' ' Administrator June-2'iteacher," of the Brown Memorial canopy ,hung with wild roses, Here the opportunity is offered faculty left yesterday for her home with a back ground of ferns and" for girls who would otherwise be. For Sai.r or Exchangk for Makes Home Baking Easy at Middletown, Md. Miss Kefau-ve- r palms tho murriago was solemn doprived the advnatage of a PropRRTy: One pair of Computi..,i.-.- i is a most estimable lady, a fine ized. Thebrido svoro a travel 60 i.. t j . .ijjicuuiu u:..t. suuuvJl .UUCUIIUI1 ing Scales. Compute from 2 to 'JIKU gaiued much favor ing suit of pale gray and carri under the very best Christian j... Llilia na. r....rl teacher and has aa..0 f-- I'VU.IU. JWVU Slinl. with the people of Mt. Vernon. ed Marshall Niol 'rosos. Miss fluences and the advantages of a nnd acurcte- Draws 100, pounds. She will probably return next McCord 's gowh was of gray chiff- good high school course cau not n interested call year, yet it has not been fully on over pink. Immediately af- - be more forcibly presented, than T. M. DEES, decided Livingston, Kv. tor the ceremony followed an In- - jn the C0Unty teachers examina June-2-treception when light re tions when ,mt t0 a rigid testi , Takhi; Miss Mary Maxwell, the Kinder- formal black bore garten teacher, will leave this after freshmonts wure served. After they areinthis C0UntV( under our1 weiBbt about 20O poUnds came to splendid Superintendent of schools. 'uiy ptane about ten days ago. noon for her home in Indianapolis. The Kindergarten has been a very lightful wedding breakfas was The only two to make first clafS party, in certificates at the last county exto great success from a standpoint served ..... tho bridal m,.o b.ngham SnnvnnL . . - o,i "financially ...i.ii. nuia iuwut.u 0. nM,i aminauon ot the thirty one ap- - u"bv. it wihuh of the children if not Tune 17 Cove Schpol house. .. pucants were nign scnool pupils, iiiaa ,.n.v,w.v., and the people are very anxious can be made son, Miss Maxwell, Miss Kefau- - 0f the Brown Memorial chool. ' Tue woman of today who has that arrangements vuhlfh will insure that branch of ver, Miss uouson, Mrs. uieo The importance of hfeh school Koou ',ealin. Roa temper, good school for next year and to see Brown and Miss Keys. Tho hap- work js too often underestimated. seuse' bright eyes- and a lovely by Miss but with our two splendid schools complexion,, the result of correct Miss Maxwell back at the head ,py couple, accompanied wins the of it. Her work has been most Clarkson, a relative of tho groom, Mt, Vernon will in the future be iMng and. the 11:4 train for Knox- - prepared to give to boys and $? left .y?U.r Tho only baking powder a.,thech.drenareexLdinB.yfond!ville,whorathey wHlspendafev, girls, who desire ifc a ,horough made front Royal Gvapo, Oreant of Tartar days, after which they will bo at amj complete high school education correct it." For salel by Chas .C. out of the o: her both in and WALWH.HQ LIME PHOSPHATE accouu 10 uune in me siaie. nuuw nt uinuut hm"U6i . uMi not room. UaVlS. . cide lo B Mt- - Verno' Mrs-Fishba- ck. . than the so called cut prices you hear about elsewhere. Sutton & McBeb Mrs. Kqtie Catron, aged 83 year of thp Level Greeu section, died Monday night alter an illness ol three months of the Infirmities ot old ago. The deceased was the widow of tho late William Catron and was the mother, of Henrv, James and. Ben Catron, and Mrs Amanda Debord, of Level Green, Mrs. Viola Woodward, of London, and Mrs Lizzie Young of High land, Lincoln county. The burial burying tookpluce at ground near the old home, after impressive funeral services con ducted by Rev. George S. Watson. the-famil- y Luk down thes rows ov figurs, better still, cum and see the klose themselves 'em on You'lknoin a minit thaar hotbargins MEN'S. WD Try SSL BOY'S $10 & $850 Sutes $650 750 and $6 sutes at 500 500 sutes at 400 350 suits at 2.75 ) $20&$'J8 Sutes at 650 1500 " $ 500 1250 : " H75 13.50 $1250 Suits at $1000 For ND men S 50 & $4 275 " " 2.25 V A - ft I SELEKT FROM THIS COMPLETE STOCK ANYTHING YOU NEED TO WEAR CUM EARLY FISH LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE FISH a . - ' Waddell-Doderic- k 6 - - r fr-- Ver-not- - eff.-cts- -- The States which have demanded Venezuela's centennial is causing the adoption of a constitutional much comment in Caraccs. amendment providing for the "Say, pa, are all talking ma .,; , chines called pbouograpbs?1' . , "Some of them V;. l v "No, ray son. Minnesota, utani Kansas, rexas, "are called women''. . Illinois, Indiana, South Dakota, . f Idaho, Washington, worth Carolina wiiooolnc- couch is not HaiiBer. Tenuessee, Monfana, Wyoming, wheu the coueh'i's kept loose Michigan, Wiscousin, Missouri, and expectoration easy by giving Iowa, Oregon, Louisiana, Nebraska Bhamberlain's Cough, remedy. It Oklahoma, Alabama, atid New has been used in many epidemics of Jersey, making a total of 29. rnisaisease wun pertecc success. For sale by Chas. C. Davis. The number "of States necessary "V. for a constitutional amendment "What I say to my wife goes!" s 3t, "Does it really?" The failure of the United States 'Yes, and in about two days It's and Great Britain to respond to all over the. neighborhood. -"-- 3 r y vl ...... '". . DsccDCjc3icx ?ocse33c9e3G96ac e ti 1 . BARGAINS IN READY MADES I am going to' quit handling Menrs Ready Made Suits, and if you want I . r , to;-bj?- j" , " a Suit at a real bargain, call on - t. Cl.v r?.-n- .l .l-.n- n .r c& LL. SAUNDERS,, c3 $x$px. pyycyc CRAB ORCHARD, KY. yft, h - ortite l mm A f, I Up:4 SZ1. This bank Is a homo institution, Our loans arc made right herc'at homo to our good farmers and business man. It Is a homo institution fop our homo ikjo)1o. Wo will pay you good interest on your Idlo ex-Z- Hmo Institution f- ". J ...... - - POWDER V, 11 funds. Make a deposit and then pay your bills with your personal W check. It is very simple), convenient and safe. Call and wo gladly of a checking aooount. You will uhva'ys plain tho many ghave a receipt which cannot bo disputed. Tho endorsed cheek, which be returned to you Is ineontestlblo proof of tho payment of the bill money Is safe deposited in this bank to your credit. If you It may bo lost or stolen 1 y it In your pocket or leave ii at home X-- Come inland lot us talk thoso matters over with you. . A. ; ) I good-digestio- 1 !?Tt. JT&S I V' Absolutely Pure THE BANK OF MT. VERNON, (iNCOKPOnATKD.) , I J 3 T - MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY. 7i aiuiiiaiiuui iUiuauuauu 3. ?J&ij ttAn. 4 Poor Weak Woman As she Is termed, tUl endure bravely hfid putienny agonies which o sirens, man ttouu: givu way unucw Tlte foot Is women n.c more patient than tliey outflit CommtesionSr's Sale &OC1U W. AST-M- LiRCUlf to be under such troubles. Every woman ought to kno.v tliat sho may ohtnin the most experienced medical udvico free of cUaicc ond in absolute confidence end privacy by writing to m-jJthe World's Dispensary Medici Attociatiou, II. V. ffi Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pisrco ! physician of the Invalids' lias been chief consult:-)Hotel and Surgical Institute of HuITalo, N. Y., for many years and luu had a wider practical experience In the treatment of women'o diseases than any other physician in this country s far their astonishing efficacy. His medicines arc world-famou- Tho most perfect remedy ever devised for weak and dell cute women Ji Dr. l'icrco's Favorite Prescription. IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG, SICK WOMEN WELL. The many and varied symptoms of woman's peculiar ailments ore fully set lorth in Plain BntfLli li the People's Medical Advi-e- r (100S pages), a newly revised and receipt of 31 one-ce- will be mailed free on Rdition of which, ttamps tJ pay cot of mailing only. Address as above. cloth-boun- Stubborn Case "I was under the treatment of two doctors," writes Mrs. R. L Phillips, of Indian Valley, Va., "and they pronounced my case a very stubborn one, of womanly weakness. I was not able to sit up, when I commenced to take Cardui.- I used it about one week, before I saw much change. Now, the severe pain, that had been in my side for years, has gone, and don't suffer at all. I am feeling better than in a long time, and cannot speak too highly of Cardui." 1 TAKE T!. Woman'sTonfc if you are one of those ailing women who suffer from any i'ljinltfl'. b.ilc. Vi W. J iJowmuu UeluiU.int. b vliiuu ol u judgment un order ol sale oi the KocKdntle Circuit coutl Mtideial ui the April term Itjtt, uieitot, 1 snail prociCd to oli'u lor buie ut the hunt uooi ol tne Uonri House tu Mt. Veruou, Rockcastle County, Ky., lo the uigbct ii Mi best binder ut public rttictiou on Monday, ttie 26th. nay ot June, lyil, between the hours it y:oo o'clock A. M, and 4:00 l vl, tnii-tegular County court ui 611 u cituil'ol mjI months, tin. real estate allowing dev.:ibt-County in Kuckca&tle ocaieu rUntucky, beit.g two tracts loen el on the waters ot Crooked Crec'k, und bounded as lollow.-.-: 'I tact No. Beginning on a 1. ulack oak and dogwood thsnee an east course to a pine; thence outhast couibe 10 u white oak; thence otith course lo W. 11. Coffey's .me and with his line tu a chestuut pointer at the cliff; thence running vilh the cliff batk to a big rock; Hence with a cross fence nortn .ait to a plum tret; thence with tie north east to the beginning. ontaiu 40 acres, more or less Tiacl iNo 2. Hounded on the lorth by the laniKof .1. W. Clins teen, 011 the cast by the lands of .V J. Bowman, on the south by he lands ol W M. Alcorn and ou II lie wsl b the lai d" ol W 60 acres, nmre 01 Hale. rontainliiK OU KT. li llujs, - f'dhfc Uoor df the Court Uollsd in Mt VsTnon, Rockcastle County Kentucky, to the highest rind bmt I on Monday bidder "nt public-auctiothe 26th dnv of Jm e Mill, between the hours ol ytoo A. M. and 4:00 P. M. beiuy rexulur county Court dav, 011 a credit ol six months, the following described real "state located in l.iv mgston, Ky., in said county 011 the hill opposite what is known us the Dillon Hotil, and on the south side of Smith's Creek and between the lots of Mrs. Milry Pemt, on the west and Joseph Coffev 011 the east, and hounded as follows: Beginning nt n stake in the soUth side of Smith's Cieek or k alley running around the hill, a corner Joseph between Coffey and T. D, 'Mnllin's lot; thence running so feet with south side of said street to a stake corner between T. I). Mullins and Miley 1'ettit, and joining the lands of Mrs. Margaret Sambrook; thence running 32 feet with the said Margaret Sambrook s line nearly east to a stake cottier between T. D. Mullins and Joseph Coffey's lots thence running down the hill with Coffey'tt line - nearly' north 2oo feet to the beginning coiner in south side of street mining below the house, this lot being ol equal width 50 feet Irout, 200 lect deep and 32 leet in the back he-iii1 House in Mtt Venloii) Uocktfastlts County, Ky,, to the hitfuoat ttud berWdder. at .public, lldOtlUft on Morida ne 20th div of June, tgi 1 betwetn the tViursof q o'clock n 111. and 4 o'clock p. m being a regular County Court day, on u credit ol six months, the following described real estate located 01? Ptney Branch, in Rockcastle County, K)., and hounded as the lands of Samuel Sams and Junius Ccllius; on the cast, south and west by the lands of Charlie Mullins, and containing 75 acres, ulore or less . For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond, with approved .surely, hearing Interest from date of sale until paid anil having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders must be prepared to comply with these terms. G, S. Griffin, M. C. 11. C. C. follows: On the north by hi IMMlf jPig, OASTQRA j For Infanta and Children. i " ""ll h III 'i'l The Kind You Have Always Bought a ALCOHOL 3 PEH LTNT Aege(ablePrcparailonfcrAs-slrailailngilieFoodandRcdul- ling liic Stomachs andljawjis of Bears the Signature of A Proraolcs D igeslionhecrfut" mlfkt Opium.Morphinc norMiucraL ncss und I&st.Contalns m In NOT NARCOTIC. jitrerouitsiMmmim JLtStwn JMtBtLmkSiila Jhiyla Sred I If 1 ItamStti- - NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that nu election will be held at the school house of the Mt. Vernon Graded School District No. 2 June 24th, 1O1 1. between the hours ot one and six o'clock P. M. for the purpose of taking the sense of tlH legal voters of the said Graded Coilinjon school District upon the question of whether or not the trustees thereof shall issue and sell bonds of said Graded Common School for the purpose of paving the indebtedness incurred by said district iu the purchase of the said school building and grounds and to make necessary additions and repairs on said buildings in order that the school may fully accomodate all the pupils The amount of bonds to be issued tiot to exceed the constitutional limit of ?6oio.-d.xro- f O0 to be paid in twenty ears bearmg- interest at a per cent, per annum, pajable annually. A levy of fifteen cents on eaci $toooo worth ol property in said district to be made for the purpose of pajing the interest on said bonds nml to create a fund to pay them at maturity. The levy to be made ou the assessment of 1911 and payment of taxes to begin in 1012. . J Sparks, President, Board ol Trustees, D. B. Soutuaid, Trustee. " C. C. Davis U. G. Baker " A. G. Lovell . vtoiftatttinr. Use : Aperfect Remedy for Consflpa Hon , Sour Stonuch.Dlarrtaa omlloss of Sleep. IlMSinrilc For Over of the troubles so common to women. Cardui is a builder of womanly strength. Composed purely vegetable ingredients, it acts quickly on the of womanly system, building up womanly strength, toning up the womanly nerves, and regulating the womanly system. Cardui has been in successful use for more than 50 years. Thousands of ladies have written to tell of the benefit they received from it. Try it for your troubles. Begin today. for Special Instructions, and Write less. G S GRIFFIN, A sale only of the two third-uuie- st Master Commissioner, Rockcasile of h) deleiHlmit is orde"ed Circuit Court. 11 line. For the purchase price the purchiser must execute bond with Mssiiiei surety, bearing interest ft out dav of sale until paid, and aving the force and effect of a judgement. Hidders mu-- t he prepared to comply with these terms. I Signature of NEW YORK. J Thirty Years , rtuaranteed. under tl i I oca or TQRIA Till OMTun Exact Copy of Wrapper. CONT, HCW YO CITV. to' Lid cs' Advisory D;pl. Chatianoora nHsan i Wl v Medicine Co , Chattanoocs. Tcnn., book. "Home Treatment lor Women," sent tree. J 52 V 'WE USE11 tract uuiuler 2. Ior the purchnse pr'ce the Sale purchase must execute bond with Ueaiing inteie.--t , pu.vtu paid and 10111 dnj of sale until ROCKCASTUi CIRCUIT COURT Hvinn the the loict and tlTecl ol Elizabeth jT'lalntifss Evans et hi, Hidders must be judgment. s, Commissioner's Sale. rtpand to coinjly with tluse Iteujamin Chib crs et al . . .Defendants G S. Gkh'I'IN. terms. By virtue of a jmlecmtnt nml cnler of .laMer Ccmmissiouer, Rockcastle cili rf llt lrfL'ffit.tlr I triMiir rvmrt mil, ireuit Court. dered at the April term 191 1, thereof, I Commissioner's 1 1WE HAVE 1 J DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE ' Commissioner's Sale " T NW-. a 4 ROORCASTLH CIRCUIT COURT And don't As small os n dollar, as large ns thousands W. S. Robins and Margaret lilizabeth of dollars. have to grease Plaintiffs Robins VS Commissioner's Sale And no mutter an account may be, but once a Defendant Grant Cromer wo realize that it is made up of a certain numBy virlut of a judgment and week. ber of single dollars. order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the JanThis fact ought to encourngo those who earn moduary term. 181 1, thereof, I shall Made in Lowsv-- . by CUAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. ' erate incomes. at the proceed to ofler for sale front door of the Court House in . .,....- i It ought lo induce thorn to do something toward county Mt. Vernon. accumulating a worth while provision for the fuwi Kentucky to the hlubest bidder at ture. public auction on Monday, the 'bth. dav of June, 1D11. between We maintain that a savings account at this bank tie hours of 9:00 A M. and 4:00 (an account in which the owner js REALLY INCounty Com t '. M., being regular TERESTED) is an investment hard to boat. nv rtn n ithcIiI nl' S'lV III! tltllS the ' Yours truly, Our lino of Couch Caskets nllnwincr uescriueu rcalestato lo- is unexcelled. ited iu Rockcastle County, ken- - 46;$ n rorlccl maple especially Ix,ic8 lo during the summer ucky, on the waters of the cast t'tencc N 79 tt m2 poles to two chest- - months; yiz, Chamberlain's Colic, Hand-madCoilinsfurnislied nuts on the west hide of the Kincaid ork of Skegg's Creek, only i Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. 'i ) interest owned ruuu ne seventh II eaife sent to nil parts of . wiiii It is almost certain to be needed. .1 u,e illumed us u punui:ri iiii;iiv.c W sou-y the deteiioatu win ne meanders of said road S 23 25 It costs but n quarter. Can you tho County. aid laud is described as follows: poles to black oak pointers 011 the west it? For iale PHONE 46 oak on sale of said road: thruce S7 15 18 poles afford to be without Beginning at a spotted All orders by Wire Promptly Filled. CS zSm thence S 11 W 36 poles; thenco S 43 E by Chas. C. Davis. .vhat is called the open Hue of on on the east side ot Survey); 30 poles ton stake pointers thence the lllUilMMIMiU!tllillMUUU iiUlimiiliiililiiiiiUllillill survey (Woolall aid Harry W. Mitchell was burned lain road with pine thence 3 9 W 43 poles to a ponlar dividing line between Jessie Childre.ss to death under his automobile, ' 131 poies and the Meeoe line N 84 w old polesS 66 W 93 it B; thence collided with an electric car . MT. VERNON, KY. dwelliiuissini; a few feet ahove the . Phono 94-S- . mmnimninwmiHmunmmnmmmmmfe! rrisHiijj therwke o a white oak at Fort Myer. Va. Four persons lulling, containing 149 it D; thence N 14X w 5" Pe'ncresmoreor less?. on the trolley were injured. N 04 ) U 50 DO. VERNDN o a stake; Tortlie purcliab price the pureliacr ooles to a stake; thence N o 54 must execute bond with npproed surety FOR FLETCHER'S o!cs lo n stake; thence S 63 W 78 lieirinj; interest from day of wile- iinl'l PRACTICAL r A ooles to the beginning containing piid nml having the force mil effect of 2 UMDERTAKERS, )o acres more or less. a judgement. Bidders must lie prep ired For the purchase ptice the to comply with these ternie. Court nnd Lodgo Directory 'FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 2 O. S GRIPX'IN must execute bond with COURTS ANU J surety hearing interest from MnsterCom. K. C. C. Circuit Court, 1st Monday In January, 5 EMUALMKR8 lay of sale until paid, nud having weekn), UIi Momlay In April (two wn'ks), :Ji he force nnd eflect of a judgment. ROCKCASTLE CIRC IT Inl Monday iu August (tliree weeks). Mt. Vernon, Ky. 'Udders must be prepared to com Quarterly Court, 1st Monday in each COURT. ply with these terms. SV3ETALIC month. PlfT. The Bank of. Mt. Vernon, PRESENT JUNE 17 TO SOME CUSTOMER OF G. S. GRIFFIN County Court, 4th Monday In each month. VS OUR STORE. Mas'er Commissioner, Rockcastle Mt. Vtmon Police Court, 3rd Monday in gLicened Embalnfi'r will have charge of that lino of Circuit Court. Defendants. each mouth. Eliza Mullins, &c, Just to keep you thinking of tho livolisst store in this section and j; HS work for tho company . AND toshowour appreciation of your patronage we are now offering LODGES Sale J, W. Brown and . Hearso sent to all points. K. & A. M., meets 5:0rders by wiro promptly filled. Lodge June 17 free, choice of a Plaiutiffs. onAshland aniHtliNo.CIo, In each month nt C. C. Williams, Monday the Und ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT Maingor VS 7:30 p. M. how-large 6 ... . . mv Ror-Kcastl- e UNDERTAKES e -- shall proceed to offer forsalc at the front the courthouse, in m. Vernon, I Rockcastle county. Ky., to the lii"liest on I best hddcr at public auction on Monday the 26th. day June lgt 1, between tne hours of 9 o'clock n. 111 nnl4 o'clock p 111. being rv regutnr county court day on a credit of tix mouths the following (lrscrilied iral estate located iu Kockcastlo county. Ky. on the waters of Hitiih Creek in Sinking Valley and bounded as follows: Beginning at a hulplnir spring alxiut sexenty lite yards nearly west of the old building; fhehec S ?3 15 166-- poles to a t.iuke in the WicklHi line, gifiu nml ma ple ami souruoou pointers; thence .bi lomilute oak on a small W32-- 6 pole nomt nenr the head of dram .southeast of a double poplar; thence N 43i W J5-poles to two chestnut o.il:s on a hillside corner lo tl-- William l'oynter So ace tract, also a comer to Susie K. Gihiiore's land: thence with Pointer's line N 13 W ;4 poles ton nhitcoak pas.slng a vhile There is one medicine tli.it every oik and hickory marked as pointers to a in p golte.8 Hnc. thellce u new ,illc familv should be provided with and I ACCOUNTS :;- - I f$ 3 ..." (i-7- .... , ( l?!,0?""1.,!!?.1!! PEOPLES BANK. . W. A. COX, S wh-'c- simnnm th-nc- e Free, Free! Children Ciy 1 B XL. CISKET - CASTOR pur-'has- er AS?.L 4SsSSSt &$Q COUCH d ABSOLUTELY FREE! frraf?til Kt f?L 1 3 3 I g - Coffinsja ndJRobes. CASKET Commissioner's " HANDSOME 43 P1BGB BlPmBPS gBT M Plnintiff TJIE COST VOU NO'TINNO f. W. BikerComuiiss'oners Sale. TIIEy'RJfl'WORTIIO.OO; VS V Defendant C, M. Griffin Bv virtue of 0 judgment and you have tho opportunity to secure such valuIt's not often that order of sale of the Rockcastle able, beautiful and useful articles free of cost. Circuit vouri reuueruu ui mc April term 1911, thereof, I shall Pay nothing' for tho'Sbovo beautiful presents All you proceed lo offer for sale nt the You have to do is to write your name on a card and guess at n number hidden under a gold seal on the card. ulli,,s' :VcDefendants. virtue of 41 judgment and u' order of sale bf the Rockcastle Circuit Court. 'jVeudered at the janary Terra, 1911 thereot l shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door ."of the Court Kliza - Mt Vernon Hoynl Arch Chapter ineetR at 2 . ui. on tho 1st Monday Iu each iiinnlh. Landruni Council No. 69, meets 3rd Mou. day In each mouth at 7:30 p. in. 1 GEORGE OWENS, g Ollico Mt, Vernon Mnnmueulal Building PHONE w T 3 3 3 g 3 2 3 lla 3 liiiiuuiiaiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiaiaiiiKiUiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaM Franklin Chiter( Order Eastern Slar, meets 2nd and 1th Thursday's nt7:3 i p, m. Mt Vernon I.odso No. 310, I. O. O. V. meets every Saturday evening at 7 o'ul ek. f. lr J j Evei'y time you buy $1.00 worth from us for cash YOU GET A GUESS FREE tho more you buy tho moro guesses you get and "' you pay nothing for them. Even our small customers will bo given the same show, ior wo appreciate all trade, small or large, and if you do not need a dol lar's worth come any how, and wo will give you tickets showing amount of your purchase and when you have bought a dollar's worrh, bring in tho tickets and got your guess free. .'REMEMBER, wo givo HANNAS GREEN SEAL "THE MADE TO WEAR PAINT ii NOTHING IN IT but what should be there. NOTHING LACKING that will improve it. wr "1 W W ATCH? .' DOES IT KEEP CORRECT TIME? IF NOT, WHY NOT? If yon urn having any such trouble about your watch oi clock. just turn it over to ns and if it does not run all O. K. it will Wo guarantee- our work. Givo us a tnajf cost you nothing X' We do till kinds of soldering and rotmir work. ; away ono of the above usoful presents possesses JUNE 17 nVr Every Essential Quality so don't miss any opportunity of coming to our store when in need of goods In our line for wo always guarantee our price and quality tobo equal or bettor than anybody else, and these nice presents arojust that much extra gained by OUR customers. Pigments scientifically combined, and finely ground in Puro Linseed Oil. Nut a Liltle Lead and a Lot of Zinc, but a LOT OF LEAD and a LITTLE ZINC. FRANK MOORE, AT Dtt. S C. f r " Your friends, v Cosls more to make, but the people want it. FOR AUE BY , DAVIS''1)RUG STORE, r HIONE ROBT. & E. B. COX, VERNON, KY. 17. " RfJT. VERSION, KY. MT. T. M.,NQE, Mt Vernon, Ky. CASTORIA Ohiiaven Ory FLETCHER'S FQS? Children Ory FLETCHER'S CASTORI A FOR , ti ( t