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Mount Vernon signal: February 9, 1912 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 mou1912020901_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: February 9, 1912 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. . it V -- T -- T5 "O. " cm Ha :!&zt Published Evfery Friday VOLUME XXV--. 311 mm I MT; VERNON, &Mf? Established ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY,' FEB i r - fni V X. Z- -' SI S 111 K VA. " 17 I - - 1887 HBHiaMHSli, ilBMIBa-- r Mfc 9. .1912. DUMBER 20 T r enroute to Florida, where they will SPI RO. Brodhead, Kv., LEVEL GREEN. spend the remainder of the winter, CAUTION . Feb. 7, 1912, Dr. Sowder is a son of Daniel It was eight degrees below zero it nas come to the attention nf v.v. t,-- ; c !t- t. - ...-..Sowder. of this place. The doctor ur c...,j,t !., ui wejcn-Morro- ,r : r. .v.uuuaj, uiu.uing. .o.n, nav, uureau ot Exolosives, American Dear Editor: school spent from Fridav until is sufferiug with a broken ariu, the ,. . . and stock lodder is vru crarro ;. t?o;i..,.. s . :.: asutiauuu, mai many oi ; un last Thursday afternoon, the Sunday with his mother here. urday. A small child of D. B. the Christian Church Cemetry result of an Automobile accident, this part. Sam Saersis runnine ue users 01 explosives, ana espec- writer received ' a message Irora a George the drummer was in this pneumonia. Mrs. Wednesday. The tereaved ones his father accompanied them to several teams .s!edwg logs while the ially miners who are foreigners not Chandler, has Jfiss Lucy Jones, unknown at that pan last week. J. H. Bloomer Livingston Mrs. Joe Evans of snow is on. Misses Linda Benton, was in town Thurs-an- d have the sympathy of the entire Flonnie Goff, conversant with the English langu- - time, requesting me :o come to who recently purchased a farm Friday making a settlement community The Church house Berea, is with her daughter, Mrs. Lola and Dorothy Owens spent age or the requirements of the fed Mitchelsburg, Kv., and preach the from J. L. Hasty is erecting a store D. B. Chandler. Forest, tbo Jast Saturday night adjuster. C. W. near Chi nt Lear's was destroy ad with the-fi- re with Loci? eral law, are in the habit oi includ- funeral of her deceased mother. j house and will soon put in a full by fire early Saturday,' probably invalid son of Lee Coffey, who has Wells. Wright, tendered his resignation ing packages of explosives in their Not withstanding A. the cold lfe of goods. Georgia Gentry, M , it seems to be of been veiy sick foV some time is no L. S. Doan bought 13 hog from havgage checked in the usua' way as principal of Brodhead Graded about weather I felt like I could not af- of Quail, Is spending the winter School last week, and the school a incendiary origin. Dont forget better. T. B. Chandler, ofBromo, G. W. Brown at 4 cts. Albert on a passenger train and xn pack- - ford to refuse, so I took the morn with her grand mother, Mrs. J. N. ,TJncle Rube" tomorrow was with his son.- - D B. Chandiei, Owens Jr. says he swaps horses 'ages of household furniture shipp d board has secured the service to see ing train and on Teaching my B.own. B mlt, Tuesday. S E Chandler, of Maret-th- e tor the DOOt.r-- W. of Prof. 1. H Likens, of Bowling nght at hall over Citizens H. Owers snent in the usual way by freight. destinatiqn in the midst o! a snowi Clay Thompson was In Mt. Vcr- proceeds are fop the benefit burg, has purchased half interest in .1 pkasant day "We dont like to agree Green. i with his friend The federal law strictly forbids a storm and weather close to ?.ero. I non last Friday on hustness T)r. with the Interior Journal, that of D. B, Albright, whose )QUi the 4- - B. Farris farm on Negio Sain Sawyers Sunday. Dave concealed shipnient of explosives found quite a number of good G. C. Price, of Wabd. was caltal Rockcastle County can not sip and its entire contents werif de Creek rptn J. J. McCall, and wil Owens sasie still has that fine or the tra.nspprtatjpn of explosives peopiet here Snnc'ay had port two fairs, but they are in stroyed by tire a lew weeks ago move to. jt i?i the near fu;ure.-- A horse he houghs ef J- M: t?PJg. on passenger trajps even when de- parts of whocountry come lrotn all who is very to see W. J. Brown the sick. W. F. DcBord' to sympathize very worthy cause indeed. i&?ra Shivel, of White wood, Ky.f The four a. better position to know, for the oldest brothers living in clared. Package., of explosives with the bereaved daughter, she and son, Jack were in Mt. Vernon 3- Shivel Wednesday Allen Hiatt, father of cashier A. was w'h R, good County of Lincoln ha had Rockcastle C'JMnty ore uncle Mo'rt must be packed in their regular being the only surviving child Tuesday. Jack was having some one, two and three fairs, and from M. Hiatt, will move his famijy to Owens, ae ALMOST LOST HIS LIFE. uncle Rjley age 8r, shipping containers properly left with the widowed mother. dental work done. Mrs. James S. A. Stid, of Mason, Mich,, uncle Dock, age 79 and uncle Al marked what we can learn neither was a tbeOberry property on Main treet and accompanied by shippI began o investigate and found French is with her daughter Mi- -. very great success, especially we are certainly glad that Mr. will never forget his terrible ocpo bert, a.je 73 all seem to enjoy ing orders of the usual form. The that the deceased Mrs. Jones was Sam Childress at Plato this week. sure to from a financial stand point but Hiatt 2nd hU efttioiahie daughter, gave roe a a merciless storm. "It verv good health tor their age. penalty provided lor violations oj the widowed wile of Isaac Thomas " he writes, Smith spent last week with dreadful cold we are thoroughly convinced that Miss Minnie, have decided to make '"that caused severe pains in my A. J. Blanton and James Noe the federal law are severe his cousin Edd Lathin. ad, may jfonea, a Baptist Miuister, a fair ttt Mt. Vernon, one week, their home in our town. Mrs. chest, so It wag' hard lor tne to shippel their tobacco to the ecjqql a fne nq to exceed $2,000. twenty years ago, and who died quite a bit of talk of There i there being that they and at Brodhead the next is to .' Daisy Bunt was up from Crab breathe. A neighbor gave me Danville Market last week.U'he wifrh or witho.ut imprisonment no had barn to them eleven children, a few months school here this much fair for Eockcastle, .espec- Orchard Sunday. John Robins several doses of Dr. King's New subscription school at Freedom So exceed 28 months. ten, qf whom, are still living and winter and we hope that it will U; Discovery which brought great will not begin till Monday Feb. ially for the same people, aud too who has bad an attack of rbguma-tis- i'eijef, Many viQltjqns qf th,e kind de- scattered in a. number of states. a go, Lvel Green once conid boit he doctor said I was on for three weeks is out again. 12 on account of CQldvealLer. divide the crowd, there would not the verge of pneumonia, but t,q eon scribed above have been reported All h two had been permitted of having one of the best schools IVJlJard Hilton, of Stanford, was tinue with the Discovery. be enough for a fair, and from M''ngham was at home and in all such case- - where the to. assemble once again into the in the county but atter "Buck I did so w- t CTS r ' OM uuiuK.i thafcpoiotof view we thing that with his aunt, Vrs. J- Thos Cherry auu iw.i Ivnt 1st. uuinuieieiy irum cured i.....- nerea ounaay. evidence was suffient to warrant h.ome andsteiJd by and witness Varnon" dropped out of the rin Mr. and me, first of the week ije only this" quick, safe, the Stanford Journal is About the We conviction prosecutions ha.ve been the death of their mother, this our schools have been dull. reliable laedjcjue tpr pojigj, colds, l'UREASB W RAJES p,F right. We feel that as the Mt. Mrs. J. Thos. Cherry has moved to or any throat started Gujhv- parties even when beiug the first time sinoe the death trust that the people will help lung' trouble. or MODERN WOODMEN-Chicago- . . Vernon, Fair is a new institution, Crab oraaarn, we regret very : Mr 10 enn ..nr4 Trial bottle their actions was due to ignorance ot tter Father they had all been to have a good school if it does .Jau "The propp, that they ought to be satisfied much to give up tfaesp by Chas. C- begin, for Mr. Ping, the principal uiiauin,u have heen fjned, and, itn.pris,onent together. ition tor the revisiqn tiRward of with a later date the first year at people, but are glad that they will Davis. is well qualified tor the place I found that sister Jones was ignorance is no, excuse for- a violathe insurance rates, on the Modern. least. Frouj what we can Jearn be as near us as Crab Orchaxd known and recognized in Mitchels- Mrs. Flossie Riddle and Maud tion of this kind. there is a effort to have their fair John Pike, of Lebanon Junction tp 4 dvnatnite bomb was delivered Woodmen qf Anjertpa was adopted As examples, it may he stated burg as a trne and faithful christian Thompson were with Mrs. Estill Mrsr Helen Tayjfjr at her at the convention by a the week before ours, wbfch te is with home folks this week A vote of 460 an.d was enabled to say in her fare- Price oue day last week. Jim home in New York City in a box for higher rates against 307 oppos- miners aud other parties have taken well address to those seven u we think, aud others to say little child of Ed Farris that had stalwart Denny and John Kendiiek, of last night. She opened the pack- ing the proposition, Kegs uj uiRsung powder and even "That they are trying to get the whooping cough for sonie time has age and sous lelt hehind, "all is well with Woodstock, spent a few dny.s with it explofjed killing her The meagre, vyuch received packages of loose sticks of dynamite mother". advantage". The datejs should developed a case o; pneumonia Mrs. Jones was the their cousin Henry Todd. There almost instantly. th,e fuppp.it of the delegates, was mixed with blasting caps all wraphave been ft mutual affair.- -. Miss Beu'.ah Wallin and little sisttr mother of Mr. Frank Jones, of will be services at Poplar Grove A uniform Sunday-schoo- l stand- - proposed by ihe Rate Committee, ped in loose paper packages into Brack Durham, who has been ofLrob Orchard, vjsited relatives next Saturday aud Suud-iconcars of passenger Berea, a traveling man who makes 3rd is favored by tje genera) and is that whiuh is being urgtd for Ihg smoking very low with pneumonia, is here this week. ducted by Rev. A. J. Pike, ot traius. In other cases wash tubs Mt. Vernon and Brodhead. Mr. better. Homer Wallin as in. Attorney E. R Gentry, Secretary, secretaries and, fjeld workers of the adaption by all fraternal insurance and barrels supposed to contain Jacob Jones who lives at Scaffold Brodlu ad. As- - socities bv the insurance derwrt. town for a few days the first of of The Mt. Vernon Fair was here Jnternarpnal Sunday-schoCasper W. Owens who is Qply household goods have been Cane this county and a Mr. Tones thd'wcek. D M. Pieston, spent Tuesday. Mrs. gllen MafiaflFey ' sociatin in session at In4ianapolis. jmentsof many States. "wrs found to contain loose powder and who lives in Lexington, Ky. She tending school at Mt a few days lust week, in the was fhpgijept oWr lister; rMrs. BLamMED A GOOD WftRirwol TP ?Un inPreases lhe rte oi was also the mother of the wife with his parents Mr. and Mrs. A. sticks q dynamite. country iiear Quail. Rev B. M. Galen liogers. of Crab Orchard, oi W. T. Evans, recently of Bred-hea- d J. Owens Saturday andunday. This.JfiJ tuatterthataffects safetv Armitage Pastor of the Methodist last week. Qussel Farris. of East in my left gje for two. and Prviies ftir twelve assessment less. James VahTiooITo'f London, has but now of Chicago, 111. and this information should he Church, held services at the Bap Bernstadt; waa in towti Wednesday, years," writes W- - Eans, panville, e3c" year. Members have here-tThe trip with many others that been visiting his hrother Cbis. at used VaM bUt know now tore was tst Church Sunday. F. L. Dur MatMe Adams has entered Brown Beiou, asI Dr. King's it New indi - elevencontributed from nine to their not odly by parties to' prevent I have been called upon to make this place and while here purchased own practice from being in Life assessments yearly. ham, of Mt. Vernon, was with Memorial School at Mt. Vernon. . in this and surrounding counties a farm from Mrs. M. E. Price. Pills coranleteiv ciitaH ttip " Best for violations of the law, but each per4. IV.W vvoa .AW.lW f HW nnrriA his brother Brack from Saturday ..n r H.rharf Tiro ntoa nnth uwue stomach, liver Jand kirinpv tmnhw was to make but I do thank Misses Fannie and Laura McKin- son should do all in his power vo until Monday. Little Zela Miller folks last week. Dr. and Mrs. constipation, headache or debility! God that He has enabled me to ney were the guests of theirfcousin FOR FLETCHEB'l spread this information in the interjunction, is with Charles Sowder passed throngh 25c. at Chas. C. Davis. Lebanon t go into so many homes, where Miss Lizzie Hurst from Saturday ests of public safety and to prevent the death angel has gone and done until Monday. "Uncle Bill" and violations b,V all parties. bis awful work and left so many little daughter. Essie Mae were Public spirited citizens willing to children without a Father or in Walnut Grove last Saturday assist in promoting lhe safetv of the Mother and to tell them that their F. E. Gentry made a flying trip public in this resepct and possessing and Mother's God has left to Quail one day last week. Grant information or suggestion that father's them a friend in Jesus Christ that Thompson purchased a fine horse would be valuable are requested to has promised to take them up, from W. J4 Brown price paid correspoud with or call on Colonel where their mother left them off $2ao,oo. Tom Lawrence is visiting B XW, Dunn, Chief Inspector, 30 and that He has sent His spirit homefolks during this cold weather. Vesey St., New York City. into the world and that our body ' Very respectfully, A piece of fluinel dampened with can be the temples in which He Chamberlain's Liniment and Jjound B. W. Dunn, delights, to dwell and that He on to the affected puts is superior Chief Inspector. can and will go with those 'who to anv plaster. When troubled SHOCKING SOUNDS. and stay with those who stay. with lame back or pains in the ciM'cff y j (&&' sr -sSr-s-sin the earth are sometimes heard 3o He can remain with Lucy in side or chest give it a trial and you " eixs&gsswBff (&zpmp jsxgym bofore a terrible earthquake, that Michebburg and go with all those are certain to be more than pleised w.rn ol the coming peril. Nature's in other parts of this world and be with the prompt relijf whi:h it 73ir affords. So'd bv Chi. C Div-- . warning are kind. That dull pain t. a comforter to them sll. or ache in the back warns yqu the vr BOOKKEEPING Thank God lor such a friend as Kidneys need attention if you Busines3,PhoRography would escape those dangerous ma- we can have in Jesus Christ our TYPEWK1 1 ING and Y I Walk-Ove- r ladies, Dropsey, Diabetes or Bright's Lord. Respectfully, w &y --1J TELEGRAPHY "v. disease. Tke Electric Bitters a.t iLBUR R.SrfilTH BUSINESS COLLEGE A. I. Fike. once and gee backache fv and ,311 n Tfr or esjwrimce in mercantile where others fails. If a hunStns ImsmfM, !i 32 jrrars rrtafatine IO.WO your best (eeling return." My son M0mm m" iini" rrnm-- f r pnrcw. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. now. lWil.3tm It. smTH. lrfxInffon. Ky. received great benefit fromtheir use Walk-Ov- er Shoes fie for kidney asd bladder trouble." An effort to indorse Roosevelt ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT writes Peter Bondy, South Rock-wooagain. Mich., "It was defeated, while President Taft ts certainly a COURT. Try it. Kfeat kidney medicine." was. indorsed in the Cook County for the Business i Here is the .so cents at Chas. C. Davis. . a Republican Convention in Chicago. .Plaintiff. Fannie Turner . last is right, the heel is The Graham Couaty Bill was VS : Commissioner's Sale Saturday. The Roosevelt reolu-io- n was defeated 864 to 1 passed by tne senate on Jast Snencer Mullins etc. Defendant x Assessments of oropeztv in Louisinursaay by a vote ot 24 to 12 By virtureof a judgement, and county for The billys identical with the Lisle order of sale of the Rockcastle ville and Jefferson Dy tne house and protaxation in 1812 amounts to mil passed 7 Circuit Court rendered at the vides that 25 per cent, of the an increase of S3,57.925. the best line of January term I912, thereof. I as compared with the assessments qualified voters of the county may shall proceed to offer for sale at preceeding year. ever shown in this petition the county judge for an the front door of the Court House of the election on the sale of intoxicating in Mt. Yornon, Rockcastle, Co The United States Circuit Court have marked these, skirts down regardless liquor in the county, a majority of , Kentucky, the highest to and of Appeals decided Saturdiv in a of cost value, in order to move best bidder at public auction, on case in New York that railroads votes cast to decide. ' Monday the 26th day of February the election may be accustomed quick to make, room for our immense at Thatinterval of three years. held .Miii between me nours 01 nine must signal atthough they crossing an are not r.tr,'r.nr m n nA frmi rVlnVIr places even i That the words "cities of the first p m beng the regular Court public highways. which is now second, third and fourth class" be day, on a credit of six months, .right ; everything to afford cort.fort and satisfaction, and .beginhfeg to arrive. Sedentary hadits, Isck ot outdoor stricken from ths present statute, the following described realestate made of leather that will stand the daily grind. . Try a in Livingston Rockcastle exercise, insufficient mastication of cated That is the largest KyM aud bounded as food, constipation, a .torpid liver, Shoes and pair and see the difference in Walk-Ove- r county votes "wet", smaller units County. worry and anxiety, are the mo.t the ordinary kind. voting "dry stall remain "diV . All-Wo- ol causes of stomach the. north by the lot of common 0n and inspect the Serges PanaPRICES ine measures aoes not carry an .Tommy Jones; on thu east by roubles. Correct your habits and v2Z emergency clause and tor that rea the lot of Harry Magee; on the take Chamberlain's Stimach and Some are in the hobson, when the law finally passes, south by the lot of Dr. Joyner Liver Tablets and you will soon be ble effecf arid some are "tne uas r well again. For sale by Chas. C. it will not become effective for na on inJ? ' For the Davis. .'Samuel Pennington. ninety days after the adjournment pl,rchqae price the purchaser of the Legislature. must execute bond withapproved Senator Joe E. Bpsworth and surety, bearing interest from three other Republicans voted date of sale until paid, and AT against the bjU, 'as did1 also" eight having the force and effect of a ' judgment. Bidders must be pre n Democrats. -UK ieu it tummy vviiu uiese Eberhart's BKODHEAD. 3-- Grand mother "Mrs. M. E. Wrllmott The 10 months old child of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Shivel, died at Mrs. Susie B. Cherry was the guest of Mrs. J. W. Brown, of 30 A. M. Tuesday, and was Mt. Vernon, last Friday and Sat buried besides its little sister in ... - ---j .- . - 1 aar ... v?wr c.r. .. "-- "' 1 -- , tTr-.-- w '..... ! 3-- , - - 8-- j, ob ! m -- - ft . 1 T - il-- tr: ?h. - -- ol on jeoy o ...-- ... Children Cry h-r- d CAgTQ Rl A Ladies Skirts gmM'dp r-' irjr sJn jmmnc mw g$2mfm acosggMm "ezaa Shoe them y j. The -- ai- 1 BNif9 - 1 STANDS The - fStj-fin- tfr d, SHOE k . Man j. X TTE HAVE ly PLACED ON SALE LADIES SKIRTS town. We $202-975.S- 5. ISlsNIi 6t them out SPRING STOCK , We Invite You to Call unit-lhe.lo- jr.. J I $3t5G and $4;00 "5 mas Vqils. n. male S 2?--2 THE Hcdqtiajrtcfs For Good Shoes v a?. NEtMPORftM & MGBEE I... ! ' Photo GRAPHS . Children Cry' rtETQHErs CAS TO Rl A " terms. STUDIO FOR G. S. Griffin. Master 'Commissioner; Rockcastle Circuit Court. ( Located Ovzr M ANISE'S STORE West of R R. Track All work guaranteed. Mt.VertKy. i, Jpai1 Mt VERNON 3 FM)DJ-- , w signal 12 1 - ., t I. . tE. freCTSgZSreSKSgB .- - . r fcjAtBf.ff '"- ' with the feBbwie'dgl that, fail, Lad UlffiWtl .fokSltfftiAi SCH'dOk ' '. :. bten released, two iiavitig been c -.. " "- ,- -- 'g - A-- r - 1. -- t-- - r Fg?-f- b.. ii - J. r. - iff. niiii A'fc'ri.lvh last terriis1 work Kas' it .t... BHiriisisaiihiacu.ryj i10 lencners hi u AK ,! civ h?c vi tVi lattpr hptno Mrs .VtHrh(ili . tude U alUe. both in quality and ........ . to ... jPublished every Friday by ofCorbin: Will. lohn. Mikr. Bi uu.iiuiiy o worn none, mis leriu of much better worl' ... EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. and Faulkner Kennedy ijiii- - true earnest vhri-tma- -. were held ? riftote ville Times. Kennedy's trial on the porclie. hi the halK and the killing of his uncle was hehi $I.QO licdt- UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR lnl now .vi'lv class in Mt. Vernon in 1878 o '79 on even a nt ol bl.ick boaid ouni-change of venue from Gruud pact', the facilities are adq!iate Advt'thing rales ?nade known on county. Friday, Feb 9 19 paroled and ode dving months apo. Mr. fCennt-dn v . . n few iHancliciritt iprd ' lliC . BSBata H lp - 1 is :ur .iUWAn hri'uk 1 T --- .'.. - -- " W u fl' 1 bwauee Kuer til.. l"K . Lionceiicu .Scliaiutiii-' a - 1 I Klizinelh Adams Butttrflv Matcean . ela--e- ! Spiudler, AalUuLaupl Be FT r description i I 1 f-r- Cecil K:ein , Kit tiJCLnnli'-.Tje girls lot fi -t cl is . w t . application Cull McClure says w.ien legisla j ljmy s a, & ,Jo:.en byextra Diink to Ale U... Wuii fume S tor E. B. Thompson was canvassing housework attend mt upon moving Sweet Rlltv G.over t a stopp.d-a- t Giee Club for the nomination he and all deferences of last term will ! Scherzo MEMBER OF farm- - house, one day, and uiu, urea Jadassohn be made up in this one and we exKENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION of the lady at the gate ii hei Chopin Waltz ? pect to complete the full years .. Leila Mae Lovell husband was at horn-vvork by .June. Song of the Brook Lack "Yes" responded the woman. j Miss Mattie Adams. of Brodhead, Blanche Ciawford "Might I have the pleasure, ot enrolled as a new student this seeing hum?" jveek. A Special from London, Ky. , "He's down in the pasture says: Her Uncle's Boots was presented the dog," was the repWj When theGuveinuiesitaniiouncid' from the individual at ihe pate. toa full house on Friday evening! lD- e"d oi ils evidence in ci.itl The curtain And be said, Young man, I say j ..r am verv sorr ;ndeed. to in the new ctapel. a Topsy Turvv song, by ten noon today the chirge.t against j unto thee, Aiise. Luke 7.14 learn of the death of your dog-,- " three of thi men indie ed lor peon in tne progress 01 me KiDguo.u ,vnlDalhvzinr tone- - from Junior girls, preceeded the play. -- ourl " of God there is nothing more sig-- 1 thQ candidate .. What kined him? ' Thev resPondd to an encorfc wita '' age wele ais,,,,ise u 'notion by the defense. They are ,'5. .r .... ,. activity nificiini than the increa.-e-d . c ne wore uis;seii oui a .Darning'. a little miliiarv sri?. In the Dlav Pitney Phi.Ups, Edwaid bm.th M ,rroW Miller took ; The flt the of young men in the ch- - rch mW the woraan. itself. Jennie candlddr Vjdruucr t.m niv TufTic latiiicr at i.li. . Ihcmrt i:i w ilfhi' mrl in lrvalinur '1U All-- n M. Cook, the chief defenr"-an- t, the doors of our churches, and a j Of more than a hundred once her identity and working her way also was placed on the stand in bis church which todiyis not reach-- j familiar family names known in through college. lu the atie.npfc ing the oursg men and holding Rockcastle the following have all1 o giveaway something of real ovv" defense. He denied the charges Js them within its fellowship may v ell or rearly all, disappeared from' the j alue 10 hersel'". she phced her generall and specincally. The Government introduced a Dysart.j uncle's in d b.)X 10 be sent question the spirit and methods ol j list of our citizenship: its work. Everywhere is coming ; Dazy, Bragg, Severance, Joplin, to an Old Folks' Home. The prin-t- dozen negro laborers, who swore oy tuat they had been held prisoners ipal of the soluol, reore-?entethe fro it th work of ycuug j Pickens, Eastham, Hazelwood. If 'there are Purdom, Redd, Bower, Preston, t1 idys Kirbv, discovered th2 boots in Cook's construction camp. men. In the ihey attempted to leave without students; Ashley, Weber, Cruse, Slavin, n the b jx rejo i.z:d tnetu as the laymen's movenieats, they testified, t.iev weie missionary movements, charitable Stanley, Barton, Brewer, Gresham pjssession of her lover of pa-:- t days projects, and at Forsythe.'Mcrriman. White. Black. uid the nnstery of her sileiict- - iS pnrueil and beaten. Ttiey testified and philanthropic thev were iniormed Tile other girls ot the in it m pay th- - head ol most of these move- - Green, Rowell, Hickev, Conriff. mravel'el. Stigall, Earl, PearlT ast did their fud pirt in bringing tna tley had uken up it! thac wis ments thtre re earnest and ener- - Crook, D. Byers, Kemper. Frazer, Coyle. ut the humorous side of the plot. i(le them at t'le commissary. getic young men. Grit. Hartz, Spradlin, Spivey, Living- - After the play, thu guests were . A Special from Glasgow. Ky. ston, Newcomb. Colyer, Swain, .hown over the dormitory. SCRAPS. Ray, Brook, Brownlie, Sambrook, O Tuesd iy evening the ' esbv- What small boys can accomp'ish j Bruce. Henderson, Huff, Beutly, :erian church was Bile heu Homeseekers m great numbers w-demonstrated here today W. e , shu h Hae Conway) f vihl Djl ,, n re. We.st. are going to Florida from the Gardne- 14 son of S. M p Rjpp,rt . matej Mershan The GIee C(ul) . a ,ooked yet Nesbitr. Carter. Middleton. Bolton. Men of science have not rwialU- 9ltHnticP i hnr who.! Gardner. andYmcy B urd, y son are Hoodj Vowels. Dillion, Gover, decided whether microbes lreses, and respo ljed to encores ot Kneie Maird, sold their crops loha-ct- ) on the Ioo-j- leaf plants or animals. Otter, Terrill, Stewart, Kiucaid. fter each appearance. At the of F7 In Yokohama the insurance com- - Hironemus, Davidson, Kirtle'v, ":lrse oJ the printed program, the ' here,, the latter receiving 71.05 1 3 panics own the fiie. engines and Croucher, Christopher, Lawless, udience clled lor Miss Dodson anu aru"e- - ce.vmg frfloth bos raised their crops of pay the firemen. The latter get Ltffew, Quiun, Wallace, E'.kiu. vho graciously responded, p'.aving Griffith, Snodgrass, Bales, Soward, 4umoresque anoul $8 a month. Dvorak tobacco during spare homs iromilYou certainly cannot lose school, and when they were not your hair and keep it, too. Deuny.'Mc-Grove- r Iungarian Dance No. 6. Red Tip, once the home of Linton, Welch, Cress, ; wanted to do chores the Which shall it be? Lose? Clrveland. in Washington, Guire, Vanhook, Sweeney, Cooper, .Brahms home.. .Gardner ,culiiva:ci'l an acre Then do nothing. Keep? Paris,! The pupil; are a ere lit to fheih was .old the other day to Herbert Conn, Limerick, Curtis, while Baird cultivated only a small Then use Ayer's Hair Vigor. Brinkley, .elves and and Tumlin. Wolf, Lunsford, Knox Smith foi $2.5.joo,- teacher.' piece of ground. That is about all there is tc was The following program A peculiar kind of nut, with a Wadale, Pallard. Huckins, Ricketts it. Ayer's Hair Vigor is also shelf as thin as paper, the Ingians oIden and others. Many of these endered. Lost:- - A blai i.m ound pup, a splendid and Regis, is being imported into this- moved toother localities and states Sonata, first movement Mozart Snnniii.--. old, lelt home tne first hair-toni- c keeps the hair It country trom China in increasing A ,arBe number have gone over day, of J mil iry. Will pay liberal Leila Mae Lovell soft and smooth and greatly be river. The tune ot the passing quantities. Peasant Dance Hannah Smith reward for his return or information p omotes its growth. It does of a majority of these names from Dance and Play The world's largest telephone ex Lichner leading to his recovery.. not color the hair. Consult years, .Viwi.. It tinV . our county is less tnan 25 ic ot Horn mror Davis Christine Pred Hays, your doctor freely. Doctors IcwTTr ot? far Knrlr r t? nr-rnivL. "Ul ,t4Y 0:5 ,at la,"n- - wi"0r J"- -Mt. Vernon, Ky, Paderewski Feh 7. lit. lakes care ot 4 3,ooj lines, K.,f or '""u remarkable the many changes Minuet are studying these hair It is Adams rangements are being made to El'Zibfth questions much more than that can take place in fess than,; The Land of Nod douule that number. Swift in former days. half a century. Nearly all of fnej Sa'He Stewart Made by the 3. C. AYKB. CO.. Lowell. Kus. Pergamus first The Greeks of families mentioned above have left .made j.arcumeut for writing pur no descendents whatever in thi All Through the Night u -Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep poses iruiu .i. s.us u.f ..,.tc r ,countVt beariK their Dairies. iuc .i.;Glos-Clu. sheep. Called pergamermm from THE GUARANTEED OCXN BROWN A.B.EURN1SH n limdo " Mozir'. material SALE; COMMISSIONER'S the cny of itsongtu, the Brown-Furnis- h i Bernice Lndrum became parcheniiu in old French ? ( Rustic Dance Howell! in the Euglish and p.rchment" d&iw ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT We dn a general Real Estate La Fontaine Reynold Um.'5BPtL mps . tongue. business; handle town and farm &'f,l'r COURT. Jennie M rro.v Miller Japanese army officers are testing pass on titles. j VI zurka St. Sm a new buhet ?roat coat just in-- 1 THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TPNIC. If you wantto sell list your prop-witl- i Margaret Lovell us; if you want to buy we It is said George Taylor, Logan BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. vented bv a native. can save you inoney. THE GENUINE PREPARED ONLY BV O en hn l' Duet-Dan- ce D. Taylor, Susie Kru- Bohr.i that bullets fiied fiom a revolver Ballard-Sno- w Co Liniment eger, Milt Taylor. Aps Jennie Morrow Milier feet at- - a distance ot twenty fave ST. LOUIS, MO. iTaylor. Lou Tailor, jvaouaaaHHHHiiiBonn only a slight dent xn the John C Taylor, Mollie make Vi i d,l R.tdly R ell.lUla IyHchtaubcIieu ' URk ? - .r ltt " j Eei . Is it Furniture you want How about a nice Rug?- Do you need a Table of any kind or I Remember we have the nicest and best rockers in the town . ui-riser- . , ...,,.... u-,e -- U-- . i '. HAR1 J WA K E , -. .. . nf1 ; ! 1 j s it .us carry a line of Hardware and money saved to buy your Hardware from 1 We I o ( ' . I : iiis J S. B McKenzie A ' - ' -- sa-v-s:- 1 " 1 1 . ! I .sl 1 - - . m-irk- Hair i. 'a ng Business Luxury TCHECKING-ACCOUNT a4''-u- j ." QJ I 1 hair-dressi- ng - intended a business necessity: and he who tries to get along without one is at great disadvantage. is 1 It is not required that a person should have a large bulk of business in order to open an account. Professional men,f aimers, and eten many women, are running checking If vou have ne r done accounts business in this way, and are not familiar with the plan, come to us and we will get ycu " ; i ' B, ' ream 03th ermifuge WORM -- J . ! m& , m .rieaixjf uo. uarteJ j j j -- 'If r REMEDY (,' PEOPLE'S BANK Mt Vernon, Ky 1 . - 1 j coat. j Ricketts, Nannie Tay . bottle, corked and hung up in a SQn Costeila Nicholson, cool place. Wneu a caild ran a and foe Taylof by his rusty nail into us foot a cloth ' Committee, . U. Tay- defendants was saturated with the gall and ap lor, By virtueof a judgment and plied to the wound. . In country doctors are not order of sale of the Rockcastle districts, where haudv, it would be well to revive! Circuit Court rendered 'at thei the ancient remedy. It is good for (January term I9I2 thereof,' II shall proceed to offer for sale ' all sores. 'at the front door of the Court - Elouse in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle Grover C Kenney, aged seventytwo years, died at his home near county Ky., to the highest and Crab Orchard, last Saturday uioin- - bestbiddmat public auction, on ing after a short illness of double Monday the 26th. day of Feb.. Mr. Kennedy was 1912, between the hours of nine pneumonia. u meu in this o'clock a m. and 4 o'click p. m. one of the pert of the State. He had seen a being regular County Court day, world ot "trouble, but held r host on a credit of six months, the ot friends throughout his life and following described real estate - accumulated a co s.derable oompe- - located in Ro"!c?.astle county,, tence; notwithstanding he was at Kentucky, and bounded as fol- - j y I Cell CAUCUSC uu av.v.uuiii ui ui any On the nprOi by the lands of'! i.,oi ninniements. ' Kcui.cd shot his uncle, E. B. Theard Par'ons: on the east by TPtinedv to death at Lancaster the lands of J.N.Coffey; on thei years ago and south and west bj the lands of about thirty-Bv- e a hrd legal 6ght was Een - jO. S. Griffin, containing about 60 lenced to twenty one year.On the acres more or less ' penintentiary. He was pardoned 'For the purchase price the pur by Gov., Luke 'Blackburn after chaser must execute bond Tvith ' approved security, bearing inter ? irving" three years. Tn his latter lie attracted considerable at est from day of sale nntil paid, 3 ears of and having the force and effect iention at Fraukfort Bidders must be f th hard fi'ebt he made to secure' of a judgment prepare to comply vith these thereleasee of bis three sons from ft, rvpnitentiarv. where they hadrterms. G. S, Griffin, been sent on various murdef and Master Commissioner Rockmanslaughtet charges v . castle County Court. had" the satisfaction of dying He a j j j j lieel gall is the old time remedy lor VS: for lockjaw. When the beef was CV.,.-.r.the gall was poured into; but-hered Plaintiffs jocapoq3ec. apcc&aesxg i-- - pcggxsg i A 7 -- - Commissioner's 'l. ,.!,... I r,.,io Sale C S rLwqgiiafln MW i Ht1 W- ir;u u wl &5g m WP 1) e Ni'lid l JONAS Mckenzie $1 I ' I- SvBIBSS yhW lvv, V Si ii H-jlllfl.- rfa vi H lArW W ' i I Smokeless Sootless Odor- - zSzK-WM5m less Costs no more than in- Hr r M f erlor tank - waon kinds. LCiJKJBBiBMLa3 Saves eyes; saves money. Your dealer has it In barrels direct trom our works n. inaisviiip. ifY. i f H Rrfcry r.t Trarrca, Pa. 0 Auto Oil. Motor Caso'Ine, iP-ie'- JlaiH Jlia vHVQB MkB 'M & 3 Burns 'white, clear and l o sake of everyone in the -- amUy' iaslst oa bavins BB NfflY gSvTfrgv! gApxCf7 Solite Lamp Oil Ej4kV "N'o-Car- b" nMAQ .ii ctoi rtu Ilish-GmJ- ro IB . i irt""f-B-;'- ' , ' ; ANjEYE ON THIS SPACE EACH WEEK, where -vou will always find listed the belt of goods, which' Goods bought right and sold right are the kind oR ; goods that it always pays to buy Our Motro has always been to giye are sold for a fair mar-gain KE tiixx7f3ayy$3cSex l ; -- &&&& n GRANVILLE OWENS 1 UNDERTAKER best-snow- of profit Brodhead Ky I COMPJLETE LINE Cofrlns, Caskets and Robes. All Mail, Telegraph or TcleS ! -- w- "" ; -- v. to our customers the very best goods possible for the money. Thanking my customers, for the pat-rpnage in the past arid asking, a continue : ance in the future, I am ' phone ordersPromptly JFnied. r Vfrrtfrc&VrflSoirV g$3$X&C rr- - S- ut ;,- . j ., - - fc,- - . ; m rr w . . - - smr-- :-- ;. v.- - ,;-;- . . 7. -- yt .mi. rir - "Vais xrr7 H'Ir luuia vwy wwj JONAS McKENZIE, ; JEVltt y ernon, fvytj ji " " :? v .r" - FURS yfyyT'""HI m.mL mil-- Jl HIGHEST MARKET PR!CE PAW FOR RAW FURS AN HIDES WMt on Ceorileii. Write for price- tv RMtlvAMv AND HliJl LismLE Sateblied 1887 Rtl r8 JOHN WHITE & CO. BViy - c - . w iT . . jf i r Cliildreii 0ry FOR FLETCHER'S ' JO A S TP"R ! A V CASTORlA Oliildrei p?y Fi FLETC!Err r fi -- - - "" - '. isM-ii:-- .., Ar--i-c- t (r , - - jgrv;..,.rj r?. .? u . .l o. .A - v. - vm&&l'i 3. . Z. . t- -' ' ' " . ?" ..- ? T- -: .?; --- r- wwST-r- i v nVtt - '3Sn&2x' I,.- r.ri,,,..r.-.,.itttt'...iimw-mti1i- -- it fr j-. ... . --- ff jt ...... i ML VERNON SIGNAL Mt Vernon. Ky. Furi. 9 1912 LOCAL -,,.. . -. ...'.vr-ir.,-...1- -... .- - :,.-..-- . ,. - - ..., - .tstgA-.Vj- y. . -- - -- ..ct ,,,, . tmm . ibjiui , Mainr-ii 1 h-hii acaggaaa-i'ifii- a 1 .-I i - - ; p t mtmrrimrrft'yit iirr-i- 3ag5sgaBgaraiBBaaMgaB5i Overcoats at almost nait Price at Fisji's. A big line of Valentine 79 Call tip "No. 79" when you won tto Communis cate with SIGNAL, 79 Post , Cards at Fish's. Saturday night Feb 10", at Bank Hall Brodhead, wi'l be vour last chance to see Uncle Rube". Come and brinji the chiUuen. ' ' BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Crape Cream of Tartar mfJn t:' ?-L- ROYAL I r f b'V. Seven members of ihe Shiveli NO ALUM.JUO LIME PHOSPHATE " lamily, of near Brndhesd, have died i since September last. The hand TIME TABLE. of sorrow is laid heavily upon i4.46 p m 22 north.. good mules six For Sale:-Tw- o At the Presbjter an Church next them. 24 nortn 3:53 a years old apply to Sunday morning, the pastor begins ci s south 11:38 a m. . It has been n ted that on an I a new D. L. BryanT; series of sermons 'dealing average the thimomeiers hate 2i South 12:19 a m Mt Vernon. with questions Beyond the Grave. Jan. usual.y registeted 5 degrees higher Jas. Landrum, Agent. in Mt. Vernon than in Louisville Subject of the first sermon: ''Is! The Brodhead Str-nBand has'the Soul Immortal?" Phone No. 58. Evenii e since winter set in. been engaged to furnish the music service at 7 o'clock. RvorvhnHv Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice County Clerk S. F. Bowman for the entertainment at Bank Hall, welcome. mail matter. as second-clas- s gives the total asssed valuation Brodhead, Saturday night Feb. to.' The Woman's Mi sionary Society of Rockcastle property for taxation Ppn't fail to hear tnem. PERSONAL of the Presbyterian church will be for 1912 as being $i,753,55 being The Yoyng People's Missionary held at .the home of Mrs. R. W. Miss Nola Jones is visiting in an increase ot $66,892 over thi League of Mt. Vernpn wni mee$ pv,p Thursday afternoon Feb. Winchester. assessment for I910, at the Presbjterian Manse, Suur- - , afc half past three P'clOek, ThG John Fish has entered school J H. TiiiSl'ey, aged "3. late U day evening at 7530 o'clock, following program! at Richmond. S. district attorney for Eastern lesson assignment. Chanter 4. ' firir,tnr w tuuill(L UUU pro,.cl. I' ltlll.1 ul u. Antr Mrs. 0. V. Jarrett was up from district died in Covington last Sat- "The Uplift of China". Business .Brodhead Tuesday. urday and was buried at Barbours Indians, The recital at the Presbyterian- Horae ToP,c A. H. Albright was up from ville Tuesday Mr. Tinsley was church Tuc?dav Present condition of Indians, ..o hv ihJ Brodhead vesterdsy. Commonwealth's Attorney in this music pupils of Miss Claudia J Dod Miss Clarkson district Judge W. H. Randall son, was greatly enjoyed by Born to the wife of G. K. rercey omen, men ana now, the was circuit judge from 1876 to large a fine girl baby. iVUSajaruru audience which attended. !88o. Mrs. Franklin Indian Traditions Frank McCIellau, ot Louisville, Those who were piesent one year was here during the week. Hardin count claims to have ago and" heaid the same young Story of MarcLS Whitman Miss DodsoT Master Bill McFerron has been eighty-fiv- e tax pnyeis belonging ladies and then beard thpm again Solo "Gently Lord, oh. gently very sick tor several days. to the Miller family. Rocktasile last 1 uesfiay evening were im lead us" Mis3 Oskamp Shirley Tate was at home from has mote than 150 Owenftx U&y" pressed with the wonderful progress Foreign Topic Korea ers and about as many u'ainl wlitcjttfsch one Ha made under Louisville first of the week. How a beginning was made in the Born to he wife of Edgar Mullins; then follows the GriffinTI the'instruction of Miss Dodson, Hermite Nation Browns and Jones families, each who fs very profinept hermit and Mullins a flue bov Monday. Mrs. Brown requires thoroughness on the part ', P. L Durham was in Brodhead almoKt equaling in number Har Home life in Korea of her pupils din county's Millers, from Saturday until Monday. Mrs. Watson S. T. Proctor, authorizes us to Young Mose Gatliff, who killed Mrs. G. M. Ballard, visited Conditions today in Korea this week. noo KigsDv, near wildie, some sey that the proposed plan ng mill Miss Rowlee four-o- r five years, ago and has been and electric light plant for Mt. Mrs. W. H Krueger. was up Theieisnovv no question about We are a fugitive irom justice since tl at Vernon will be a go. irom Livingston during the week. time has surrendered himself to the certainly glad to hear this good t,le ralIr,ad being built out of Liv J.S. Craig and Green Sutton, in New Mexico, and Sheriff news, and those who know Mr.inSst0" back ihrougb t0 Jackson were in town on busines Wednesdav officers T. J. Nicely and County Attorney Proctor, will appreciate the im- - c:mn,y An Eastern pyndicate Paris Sowder, is in Cincinnati; of such a statement. ThejCUased the lar?e boULtlary of S. D Lewis, will leave today or w'.ll likely sell hi; shop at this He will start with something .ber belongiug to the Thomas estate tomorrow for New Mexico, to get place. to IU0V& tnis timber it is like $7500 and most of the stock ,a0 Gatliff. and brine back to Rnr.k. necessary tQ build ? railroad to it, is already subscribed. Louis Miller, spent Saturday and castle for trial Outside Sunday, with Jake Williams, at parties are interested in the light L ue iau3Sl anQ rename information The stock holders of the Mt. planl, but bome people are the - tnat work will be bejjun at ouce. Somerset. Miss Eva Fish has returned from Vernon Fair Association met Tues principal stock holders in the Civil engineers are now at Livings The only busine g planing mill. The two will be run ton and will soon begin the survey a two week vis.it in Williamsburg day night. transacted was to authorize the in connection, of the route- - The fact that the and Bertha. -: officers to proceed at ditectors and is the bet route is to be surve-eCbas. J. Rice and J. P E. The graded school has beeu closed evidence that there is something on e and purchase ground, which Drummonds were up from Livingn,prp 1c in all proBability will be the land this week, in order to have the 'dm ston Monday. beating plant put in proper con- except for the building of the ro d of T. N. Noe, just west of towu F. L. Durham was in Brodhead and a most desirable place. By a dition. During this cold weather, as proposed, that such a route unday to see his brother Brack a vote of it simply was not equal to the should be surveyed. f Mr. R. L. 35 to 3, Aug. 7, 8 and 9 who has fever. was named as the dates for holding emergency and during the past Thomas, who was in Mt. Vernon a month, it has hppn miHf.r odiwrco tew days-agA. T. Traylor was bere.vesterday the fair. said that his company circumstances, that the school has' expected to do more work at Liv to see Roy Bradley on some in.- E- - C. Walton former owner tried to run. T .e plant was instul p rtant business matters. ingston than ever before. This and editor of the Stanford Interior led by Mr. J. D. Rads, of Stanford, Mrs." J. C. West, after, a months certainly looks like a brighter day Journal, and who has been engaged and was not properly put in. Mr. is coming for Livingston and the with h.r parents, has returned in newspaper work at Orlando, Clark of Lexington, the man who to her home in Louisville east side or the countv. Fla., tor some time has purchased installed the heating plant at the Mrs J. Thos. Cherrv, was the the Somerset Times, of Cecil WilFor Sale: 150 acres of land guest ot Mrs J. W. Brown, the liams who now has a positon in Brown Memorial, and a man who about i mile North of Livingston. knows his business, is now at latter part of the week. State auditors office at Frankfort. work on the plant and says he will 5oa-re- s about t mile North West T. S. Branuaman, of the Wildie The Times is the leading Demo- soon of Livingston. 150. acres about i have it going sict.ion, is a member of tie Federal cratic paper in the eleventh dismileSjuth of Livingston. 100 Rev. Geo. S. Watson returned on Jury at London, this week. trict. Mr. Walton will probably acres about 2 miles South East of 9 aov.ti Tuesday of this week from a trip Livingston. Frank Miller, who is salesman change the paper to a 1 25,. a res about to Harlan county where he visited for one ot Indianapolis, largest shoe at an early date. mile South East of Livingston. and preached for, last Sunday, Rev houses was in towa this week- Address, At the regular meeting of Town C T. Michel who is well known in Mr. and Mrs. Everett John MaGee, : Friday last the- - question Mt. Vernon. of Berea, htve been with Trustees s:::; Feb. Danville, Ky. of tax collecting was discussed and The occasion for Mr. Watson's Van Winkle. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. it was decided best not to collect visit was that Mr. Michel was havHE WON'T LIMP NOW. Mrs. Linda Benton and son John. the taxes for two years at one and ing Rally Day in his Sunday No morelimpirg for Tom Moore ' lett Monday for Mt Sterling, and the same time. Town taxes are School and was celebrating the of Cochran, Ga. "I had a bad 09 and other points to spend some due on and after 1st day of March getting into the assembly room of sore on my instep that nothing time. but owing to present conditions ol the manse for church services seemed to help till I used Bucklens eArnica Salve." he writes, 'but tHis (90 of Coal the Board will probably not have while Miss Edith Hightower, the new church is being wonaerful healer soon cured me." Creek Tenn.. is the attractive guest the collection begun until a little built. Hepls old, rrnning sores, ulcers, of her sister, Mrs. Frank Long-mire- . later ou. The clerk was directed Mr. Watson not only reports a boils, burns, cuts, bruises, eczema to have notices posted, calling at- delightful visit but says that Mr. or piles. Try it Only 25 cents at eC. Davis. Cloyd Harmon is tention of property holders es- aud Mrs. Shodgrass Miss Sallie who were Chas. herefrom "Dublin, Va., the guest pecially in business part town, to here last spring at the meeting D Little Willie had been telling a of her schoolmate Mrs. R. W. Article xi Section 43 of Book of Presbytery also a number of the ax visitor that his father had a new ::;; dirDyche. of town ordinance which Harlan county girls that were in set of false teeth. Indeed." said Mrs. Flinchum, was dawn from ect-; that owners keep sidewalks. schooljherelast year were inquiring the visitor. "'And. what will he do London, Saturday and Sunday the abutting their property-- , free of all about their Mt. Vernon, friends. with the old set? s guest of Dr. and Mrs. R. W. obstructions, including snow, etc. Mr. Watson spent Monday nighl "Oh, Is'pose," said little Willie, Dyche. with Rev. R.L. Brown, of Barbours-vill- e they'll take tbem to Dr. Dyche, Boys send in your names to Deputy Sheriff G. .S Griffin and and visited Union College on cut them down an' make nte wear from couniy school superintendent and Tuesday mtrning. Johnny Griffin have returned them. a weeks visit with relatives in have them entered in Rockcastle Com Club contest. For a farmer Missouri. The two months old baby of Jack boy this contest will prove bojh -Hysinger, died Monday. Its mother instructive and munerative, besides being provided with seed corn died three weeks, ago of acute free of charge, each one will be indigestion. Ctae furnished with free literature from S. C. Franklin, watch inspector, time to time, which will be both leaves last ot nexLweek for Knox-vill- interesting fjand instructive, and Atlanta and. Jacksonville everyone who succeeds in producing Fla., for a short stay. a certain number of bushels to the Prof, and Mrt. Houston are in acre, will be given a nice diploma' Lexington for a few days, as the signed by the Governor, the Secre 1 Graded School will be closed jntil. tarv of State, Commissiocer ot the middle of iext w ek on accoun- - Agriculture and other state officers, the heating plant. of repairs to will be a nice IT Hon, E. B Thompson was home and which preserve, and thing to . frame and something FrankTort, returning with which you can point to. with l4- Sunday fiom -P via Louisville where he joined the pride in the years' to come. members.of Ky. Legislature Come oh bovs, send in your name s ' Otaer 1 all of whom were gqests of the this is an enort to. help you and LoufcYiUCptf ventioo and Publicity one in which you should be .willing j to lend our ' . assistance. " LOUISVILLE & N ASHVILLC ! R. R. CO. t. I . .' g ft'' m J 'z4s.ywh': fit-- , v - Mr'v Wv2a I 1 I . a ,j 4- - evf-tiin- ti Fur-guso- n, A. - . -- J It's OP m 3 any other game, only in this case W6 when playing Jit The Clothes G arne is iust ike it. both win 0 SATISFACTION &, CONFIDENCE we pur-portan- Are at stake. You p!ay for satisfaction in our mike and your confidence in us jis the makers. play for tim-compa- SPRING e liave a Winnim A :T D s rmM S S 11 v ABiuea "- z jM v i- OVER 600 Ready for your inspection. many satisfied customers. Come in and pla-a-han- d O f-- ff I The only tluim; Itft from last venr is a "oodl in our little game. d J ...... - !,, LOOK FOR THE SK3N OF THE FISH Ln-W- ZT o, The Place Where the Styles Come From aKaat:?iSKSij -- " irgygq.4ggu a. .. O semi-weekl- y tliotllltlllltlll9l9ll9(igiitvaieieBiiegci)3g3934;aaaitugtgsaiiaiQ evvvovacvBvu99vvucc?vvoooa9vtf .v wtvovw.'v 99' Van-Winkl- e, COME 2-4- t. yy I -W W mk TO -- ; I" rmmmn m I 1 M ui.i I r m-- " SI ""-- IVINGSTON'S Q I J? -- 1 . J ; ' - -- " J. j- - j - -, - .. - .- rJ.gsT - . r -- , es.. We are getting nearly every department in our Big Store Complete We can only mention a few of the many bar- gains that await the public. We are going to sell all kinds See of Goods cheaper than ever, sold in Livingston before a few prices below: -- fl ' OOf5 - " ' e; 1 A ' 7 lbs Standard Grarulated Sugar $L00. Pure Leaf Lard per Can of 50 lbs $5.25 -- v:Compound Lard - 1 - - per lb JS c Best First Patent Flour - per bbl $500 -, ..- ' " r , a ! & NO ao3 oU 33 -- " '' o0 O ea a ( 9 KEEP WATCH .:::tj::t:::::;::j::!:.:. - e, .;......::: THIS SPACE BELONGS TO We want every man, woman .? and child to visit our "3S SO - "!3 d 6 OB0 S3 39 () B I G S TO RE - 44 9 for-themselv- a o 99 .. 3 3 es . ) 9 a - Noc & Da V s THE WEST MAIN : & H. HAMLIN LIVINGSTON, . .; . 49 99 99 ? -- M r er chants ," 2 : J s ;,, J - 4 .' . W lirXJ i S 'r'3L..?&! Ci 'A V Jtr , g??'ib&tf WS "'t- ,4 :-- c 5 r fe. 4Zj"i&& , .'"""'" S, . KENTUCKY - eii(ittttatk mMtMWttWtmMtt9MMM . .! 'S -- ' a 9a ?' mjMitf !4;t ... .. WHHBiBnKfc .Ssrf i J . Ilf Ul . . -- i. . M. 1.1. ..I " liM&vtfB$Gm9MmMmWmWMmMmmtiBMmtttMmjmmUmm . M J1 MiJaglriff-IMI-nl- II T I --- . -- ! - JT A-- MTI . I 'iTM M J "1 TIMnfn-BgTlim- '- J. Tr I . JT .- TH Tt ahy - -- " '"' Mill y iii.hiiik; jmiujj jajjjmwu .''"' 1.,'w -- TigH Sak"-- "4 ; & For Tlae Nervous WoUiiitit te v .. - fcgMtolfi&ibNfeka v. igssgatt SALfe. v. M.unarbu? o'clock Pi si:, gLJC-- iRocK-castle'Luutuy, & HpVMMOIHHI .J'- - :vs items t. arrange A fcHnfere'lce vays the. past fort ich has been sold by dntfbf. S3 ma Ii favorably known as Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription. women suffer from dizziness, or fainting spells, hystemj head1cehre.Cbearing-dow- n All feelings and pain. Prescription $ female disturbance are relieved oy uij uc in u and . of Doctor Pierce. prrrmtlon ' imnarts ftrenftfi ierT - MBS. - .r. 21 --This bank i a home institution, Our loan3 are made right here at institution "m to out- - jioo.1 f inner and business men. It is a home 4h x pay you goou lnieresu uu j We will til I .. ,,r limn iinti!. f ff --pay jour u:n., nfitli jTrn rkAraihn uui " funds. Make a deposit anu men ex- ST -- heck. It is verv simple, convenient and safe. .Call and we gladly always 5 c . FpIainth-Mnanva-lvah-a.nW- at the time of hr death. with approv d securety beating six percent interest trom date ti paid and having the force and effect ofajudgm t will be required purchaser, and piya' le to me checking amount. You will e.vnnot b j disputed. The endorsed check, whuh J$ is Commissioner mi have a pnselpt which Bidders w 11 www --"- - --. ;- comply with, thescome prepired to will bo returned ti you is incontestioiei prooi onuu uKulit. Tf vDn nn.r- - ;;.. i i. m jwU1 .... ..,i.i.. requirements . ii uut if.i iieiosueu in .i.i. u.uiiv LUIU i.iiwi.v G S Griffin', M. C. R C U. your pojkot or leave it at home it may be lost or stolen. r it in you 1 A a Defendants. James Havs Hi ai JStoSXhE by vltiUeof a judgement and oicur ul ale ut , the Rdekafetje ireuit Com t lendered at Its last Januriry term, I "will, on the 26'hj yai ot feoruary iqi2, oetwten sH..rs tie hours of ten o'clock A. M. and three o'c ock P. M. at the teachers, milliners, aressmaKcra, 6ouuiitMM, ..h "- in Mt. women generally, door of the Conrt-Horsnursing mothers, and feeble s, appetizing cordial and restorative topic. Vernon. R ccastle county Ken it is an excellent Mrs. Ltdia McDot-.- .. "My disease was called retroversion." writes chills and numb spells tucky, sell at public outcry to tht MSi Mich.. Scute 1. "- I had nervous inflnTnTTYfttlOIl BDQ IHQ highest hidrii r nnt:rdtt of si TKA HoH Hclaid I would have to h? an operation Then I months tlie lollowiu lEUletau taking his medicine After taking " "" " " V" real eta" located in Rockcastle rnedlcincI huv " 'uii any nervous chills or weak spells. f am Detter county Kent ckv and on th tnan i or years. tekine the ' Prescript' and Br. TPicrcc's Medial u!Uery. also tre 'WHett ' for nervousness and weak.. wattrsofRo .d Stone ireek, an,ri Golden ... - ; tier remedies "".'" by the tai.d tired feehwr. iura"5." S'TI have helped....-. ever bo rnuca bounded on lieNi-t.Si..o. . . fr.1 tmuhles. time. We nave great iaiui m mu ..u. i Ha , deceased; on tht l movement Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets Induce mild natural bowel McDONAtD. East by the .ands of A. M. Sex on and Jo in Marical; on the ...... Miit-fMMt tfssas WlfflK cuth by lands of W. B. Sigmon UUiHMlSSSlUUf tfW5S im'wsciimi Vrft i' d on the West by the lands'ol W. B StJ.mn, John Davis anri Roht. Nixcn, an1 is the same land .,-.- t,." T '-- e, house-keeper- S -l- dj-cribe- a !un iasf dtcuotMTii t anu rwpejt" . located i i v ldie, ry . Acerlaiti ifuC cf land locatt- I i t the Tow a of WiloievRockcastla County, C--y , an uouudtd as Hn lows: On theeavi by Viihai i irandijie, i.n ilie west bv Mr. bau 1 hiliips, qti the north by the sauiy; ou the south by th County Koac, conta-ninoiie half more or lessAnd onemi,! bitjldt Tjr with corn mill, "m; i 1 n i - Stt!!? Home Institution i-- owned bv Matilda Hays, deceased o-h- e IB v.. ? - WBcome in and lei u talkthe? matters over with (INCORPORATED.) THE BANK OF WIT. VERNCW, S 3 COMMISSIONER'S S LE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT 8L MT. VERNON," KENTUCKY ;aiii ( ( Self-Loadin- g Shotgun MODEL 1911 This new 'Winchester has all the good points of other recoil operated shotguns and many distinct ive features and improvements besides. Among them are Nickel steel construction, which gives surpassing strength and safety; aria" a reloading system that will handle all safe loads without readjustment. Looi cr.e over at your dealer' or send to the Winchester a dcscripttit ctrtular. Arms Co. New Haven. Conn Repeat-m- s 12 GAUGE, ,or IT WORKS WJileL WITH ALL LOADS. w ( er G By virtue of a judgment anc order of sale of the Rocftcastk Circuit Court rendered at th January term i9i2, th- reof, i shall pi. ceed to offer for sale a the front door of the ourt Housi in Mt Vernon. R ickcdstu Cou ty Ky.,tot'' highest an! best b:d der at p blic auction, on Monday, he 26th. dav of Feoriia UM2 betw en the hours of nii e o'cloch A. vi and four o'clock P v., nemg regular County .ourt. day (ii a ci edit 01 six limn us, the following described two tracts 01 iand, located iu Ro kcastle County Ky.. on the waters of ScalToU ane, and bounded as follows: First trac : The first tract jeginsatjohn Gad's corner in he Scaffold ane and Reid's tan vard road: thence South course f Aith said Gad's line to a stake in Lntz's line; thence with his line a west course to a stone in Blazer' line; thence a no th course with said line to an eld buekeyr corner: . I J Walter L. Aiams, Guardian of Ksmer Sigmon, Eal'n sfc Sigmon and Fl . S ginon, Plaintiff VS: -- Ooinmi sioner's Sale. Esiner Sigmon etc, Defendants i j - and'tlledns td defeat fie NeWComb automobile bill pea ling in the I11VBI111111SsI11SII111VI1I1111111111111111111VsHsIbs11111iBI111V llllls dt L.egilatdti eTe held at Lex ngtoti Saturday. Atiorney Clarence Darrow, when presented on the charge of bribery entered a plei or "not guilty" Sat urday in Uiimiiial Court at Los The Kind You Have Alwayj Bought, and which lias been Angeles. in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of The. hobo dele Jition at their t and has been made Tinder bis per-coutrtut i in Cincinnati TyfyJ7!, sonal -supervision since its infancy. crusher, shTngle mill, snatiingaml A 11rTCr lnpotvornn It tills. nl beltings, and be ng the same lani called in a body Siturday on Mayor All Counterfeits, Imitations and "iTust-as-gooare but Hunt and urged bim to neip idle purchased by M s. A-nPhillip Experiments that triflo with anci endanger the health of Also the fql. owing other pe son.il men. Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. pepperty: One team of mules. The fear of riots and fatalities at eight years old, abuut lahttids high, black and gray in color and Belfast at tit h nr Rule meeting t, named Pete ani Milce, one mulj has passed ai rarently, as the Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor OU, Pareone year old, bey in col r. poMtion meeung will not be held, goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It named Bill; one contained. Tfae 0 IO delegation Saturday contains iieithei Opium, Morphine nor other ifarcotic boiler, number 12JJo, mitiuac-. substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms V ashing-cor- n tured by The R Jsel Co .uUo u e Pe,,ed "ea.'q.ia .tra m and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind mill, o-- e crasier Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation oftluon for tU-- prutnotion ot Gov. Spout Wa'den mnke; one Lnne Harmon's presidntal camoaign. and Flatulencj. If assimilates the Food, regulates the e Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. ,JC ttiU "rS Preside t M iderj relies on moral Altliam & lav I " eigne, The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. one 3ox44 Alt' lain & Ta.lor Set- - suabIon rai:ivr u,dn n,lhtdrv foce eca'or, all of said i roperty loca ed to bring the mutinous rurales into GENUINE ALWAYS subj-ctio- n. in Rockcastle Co un y, Ky. I will tir.sj; sail the person il Col V. P. W.ilton has resig-e- d ?Bears the Signature of property abo e described, and if as a member ot the Lxiugtou City same is not sffieient to pay the Council. debt, interest and co-t- , iu fud will then sell the real estate. Th-Emmet G. Logan, of Kentucky above property will be sold to tendered Maiatnoih Cave to Presisatisfy the above named plaiatiffi. The Kussel Co., in the sum of dent Talt as a manioleum for Presidents when he called at 12, interest 99 27, and the White H n se in the interest of cost $47. 4o, and probabl-co- st :j3o.oo, Total uttotint $744 79 the Mam mo . ..ave park bill.- In Use For Over Years For the purchase pr c? the Governmcnt officials in charge THE CENTAUR COMPANY. 7T MURRAY STRICT. NIW YORK CITY. -m puichas r mu-- t execute bond with of the dyuam c de tmammmmmLmmLmmmm approved surety, bearu g interest elates that tfie id an I indicted will not 'tii divulged whe from day of s lo until l havin :he force an effect ( a the report rff therand jury i judgeme.it. Bidder.--, must be fi'ed with the court atlndianapoll rep'ared iO comply wi h the.--e i ins You aie probably aware that giiimmmiHrnffltmniiimnwiifflmiiifflfflfflfflniinminK Griffin pneumonia aiwavs results irom . GS cold, but ou never beard of a col J ' " Master Commissioner, CD. YERHOH ckca-jtlR. pneumonia when Lircuii I ourt resulting in S1 Children Cry for Fletcher - ()acre, d" e op-cul- What is CASTOR1A -- 3s.f U-- Ua: ! CASTORIA J 7 le-tir- ed The KM You Have Always Bought 30 t-- -- e aw. DMET .OMMISsloNirS SALE RO KCASTLE ! ! CIRCriT vJiiamncrMin s L.ougn Kemeo.3' was ued. Why lake the risk when ihi lemedy may be bad for tnfflt-For sale by Chas C. Davis. PRACTICAL V2r' rssjR&lS!;- ! UNDERTAKE & RSs 5 j 3 i LOURT. y i.i Owens VS: FUNERAL DIRECTORS, , Plaintiff commissioner's Sale Tor Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of CASTORIA and :rs T U E3IKAL3IERS Mt. Vernon, Ky, f v. Annie Hopper, Marv Susan Watson, Ben MobU'.y, Maggie M. ims, Adkin Kuuclr- les and .'ones Fish Defendants By virtue of a' jidraenfc and order of sale of the Rcckcastle -- &&W gCOUCH MET4L1 CCAGKETS g Coffins and Robes. Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of "work for the company. Hearse sent to all points Orders by wire promptly rilled. rs 3 3 s W. T. FRANCIS, 3 3 S4gNHfWK 'EW clu: SHOT SHELLS y-- ji r They need no introduction to the man who shoots. These old, reliable "yellow" shells have been in use more than 50 years. record i3 equalled only by their Their "sure-fire- " record for infallible accuracy. Clean, black powder loads. The Prompt and snappy ignition. famous i&mg&CL'UMS JNo. I pn-mis the reason. "For Remington and all other ihot- the guns. Xg.mlngtQii-l!Mperfect shooting combination. REMINGTON METALLIC ARMS-UNIO- N CARTRIDGE CO. UniAyttj, New York City Ft .rajagwra.:sftw - X ; is of reoord in Deed Book No I5 page 249, in the Rockcastle TO County Clerk's office. ll'SS. Only tli9 interest of Adkins For the purolv se price the pur chaser must execute bond witl Knuckles in the above described approved security, bearing inter- land' will be sold. For the AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS est from day of sale until paid and purchase price the purchaser ON SALE DAILY hating the force and effect of a -V- IAjudgment. Bidders must be pre- must execute bond will approve pared to comply with these terms urety bearing interest from day DINING CARS ALL G S GRIFFIN. of sale until paid and having the EQUIPMENT SERVING Master Commissioner, force' and effect of a judgment. . Rockcastle Circuit Court ELECTRICALLY ALL MEALS Bidders must be prepared to A LA CARTE LIGHTED comply with these terms. When her child is in danger a G. S. Griffin, woman will risk her life to protect GOOD RETURNING UNTIL" MAY 31, 1CV2. Master Commissioner Rock. No great act of heroism or risE OR FULL FARTICIMRS; CALL ON ANY TICKET ACEMT, QUEEN ft CRESCENT ROUTE, of life is necessary to protecv a child castle" Circuit Court. f on WHITE frotn'crouD. Give Chamberlain'. i ft H. C. KINO, Passeneer and Ticket Ajent, 101 E. Mln St., LEXINGTON, K. Cough Remedy and all danger is How to, cure a coldjs a question -g L- jM, noided. For sale by Chas. C in which many are. inteiebted just now. Chamberlain's Cough Rem- Davis. edyhas won its great- - reputation, and" immense safe b"y its remarkable COMMISSIONER'S SALE cure for colds. It can always be f depended upon. For sale by ROCKCASTLE CIRC UlT ' C. C. Davis. COURT. v tV.O'f js-- t- ..J SSEL CO. Plaintiff! v Our line of Couch Caskets ymr i, .Commissioner's Sale. is unexcelled y. C. Riniell and L Samantha Defendants: Hanchnade C5ffin8 furnished m Rimell his wife, By virtue of a judgment and Henrse sent to all parts of order oc sale of fhe Rockcastle Circuit C.rurt rendered at the Jan-- J For W .yean a Standing JttaMdr fjr the County uary term. 1912, thereof,. I shall all:rai3of Rlett!4mjr IgpMm v. on.i.mutcMar proceed to offer for sale at th64 AU orders by Wire Promptly Filled ointi. It aulcklr relievts the front door of the Court House in palm; reducer the ferer, Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, from tmrttn''. 69 cents Ky., to the bighestand bestbidder a box tHMSBf. , t, i on Monday the Phone 94-f f. Ww4hrfMHHftlmli.C., February, 1912, be? , w. im m. veeyei mi. we - the hours of nine o'clock .tween- WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ( i P LORIDA j below the bridgt: hence up the left hand fork o id branch to a stakain the cen terof road; thence with centei f road nnrl lineol VV. C. Vi rs lle beginning, containing 4o acres, more or less A road is reserved along the line between J. S Gii.J and this boundary Second trac: The second trc is thus bounded: B ginning- - at at a stone in"the line of Blaze and the corner f Owens' survey; thence S 44' WIG poles tos.tone, following the old original ine of the former survey; thei c S57.E24 12 poles to a stone; S 8i W poles to astone runniifjj with a ience; thence S 81 K 36 )olfs .and I2 links to a stone, running with a fence then e Bf. &74 E 49'i poles to a stone in tin ine of J S. Gad in the center of he old road;thence N 6 W 31 poles with Gad's line which is th center of the old road to the cor- er of Owens' survey in Gad's, line; thence N 89 W 57 pole? to a stone; thence N 68 W 23 poles t to the outsice line to the beginning, containing twenty acres, more or te1 Home and office in the late residence House in ., t. Vernon. Rockcastle Dr. Myers formerly occupied on Old course po a branch jthence with the meander.--? i.unty Ky. to the highest and Main St., Mt. Vernon. of the brunch and line of W. L oes bi lder at public auction, on Vias. a north course to the forks .lond y tiies'V.hday of Febpuavy a henco with said line a we-- t scarce in center o ircnit court, rendered at the anuary term 1;1! t lereof, I hall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of ihe Court Dentis Mt Vernon, H I S ic Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building GEORGE OWENS, Manager 112 PHONE iiuauiuiiiuaimuiiiiiiiuiiuiiiuiiiiuiiiuiiiiiimiiiiiiiUii of branch - the hours of nine ATTORNFY-AT-LAj'clock a. in. and four o'cljck p. MT. VERNON. KY. ai. being regular County Court tlay, onacieditof six months, On 2cd. floor o he followi'jr described real TheBank of Mt. Vernon, on Church Rnr..kcat,le! street. Special attention given ast- te. located in i. ouuty, Kenticky, on the to collections. aters of Little Clear creek, and Phone No. So oounded as follows: . Beginning on two wlite oak stumps a id a black oak bush; hence N E a stra'ght line to UNDERTAKER and EMBALfiO 1 stone corner at county road; the old line east to a white thence oak stump on a ridge near the road; thence a southern direction o a white oak corner of S. D Say lor and Owens: thence S W. to the beginning, containing 00 acres, more qr less. Kv Sarah J. MphJey pu.rdjas.ed i this tract qf land frQnj J - Wren Jan. 4th. 1898, and deed, to sarnp - 112 betien C. C. Williams, Be Happy! Happy the girl, or woman, vho has nevt :ffered from any of the diseases of womanhood! 0 . if I:zs been a sufferer, happy is she if she has learned of the wonderful benefits of Cardui, the woman's tonid Cardui is a gentle, tonic remedy, ror women's ailments. It is a natural giuixine safe, harmless, purely vegetable. It has been in successful use for more than 50 years. It has cured thousands. It should do the same for you. 3.C.McCLARY TAKE The I Woman'sTonic StRnford. T- BKylof Mrs. Mary Neely, of Denver, Tenn., says, "I think there is no tonic on earth, as good as Cardui. I used it with the very best results. I had backache and nearly everything a woman could suffer with, until I took Cardui. Now, I feel better than I have for two years. I shall always jrecommend Carduj to other suffering women. I can't praise it too highly. As a medicine for weak, tired, worn-o- ut women? jGardui )s safe and feliable.' Try it, today. Write to: Ladies' Adyisoiy Dpt.. Chattaaoosa ledicine Co.. Chattanpoga. Teaa. toTSptfialliKlracHqns, and MTpage fcQO:Home Treatment lorWoaea." seat free. J5S R. W DYCHL SDENT1ST MT. VERNON, KY. Office at residence on M?in "St Crown and Bridge "VYprU Work guaranteed. Specialty -- x&x&jcetyc&cb fxr (X Davis Chas. ol ptxi "xcxxc' There are lots Drug UfHDEKTAKBK urn ' MuunrVerJTorT . . -- ivHBarai S fRBEi'.KR'ErtYi Mandfafcturer of FVlDEALER. n Marbles .Granite iiiikirnifi i iwiii hti the-Boko- ;woi.ks and and . . Stores in this land of ours that sell Drugs, but the Drug Store for the people is the one that gives the purest drugs obtainable. Try us z.ua let us prove ourselves the one, Yours, W. A. COX, Monuments of v&ll j? r. j Estimates iurnisueu kinds. on application. GEO. 0WNS Propr Chas C Ccvs, Druggist Phono No. 39 MT. VTRNQN, K Y. i a&h-.dayco- Phone"ll2" M t,j i K. I . 1- ? s