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VERNPN, RQCKCASTLE COTJKTY, KY., FRIDAY, FEB i I - IiU'Mil 23. 1912. BKODHEAD. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sumner, of Asbville, N. C, are with their daughter Mrs. J. M. Clark. H. H. Hutcl eon late of Augusta, Ga., is with his wife, who is spending the winter with her sWr Mrs. W. E. Gravely. Misses E'ti Moore and Gertude Martin, were iu Mt. Ver-- f non Sundav and Mondaj , the guests of Mrs. Sadie Moore. Prof. T. H. Likens, principal of Brodbead Graded sbool, bought a house and lot on Main street from D. M. Pns S,i9mn -- W atp glad that Mr. Likens and bis estimable wile are to become per- manent citizens rf niir Inwn Tohn Rohine nn,l wifnan,i l.t tion y Established i'j u. VOLUME XXV. NLMBLR are running a butcher shop in Thursday night Well it hs been Preachersvil'.e, Garrard, county. OTTAWA. Pennington Bros., store. Mrs. R. some time Miice we have written They have the heartfelt sympathy The sirk reported in last issue Rev Watson, of Mt. Vernon, J. Lempnds left for Louisville a lette. Vom here we were just of us all. The interment took filled his regular appointment at Friday to visit her mother. 1Mrs. taking a rest. Sin e then we are conveltsccut we are glad to place in the Providence cemetex-say. There' w.lj VVArlnocrl'iV or. i.v. o mi the Presbyterian church Saturday J. P. E.- Drummoud has returned bee the cot respondents fro n all m U. IXJ to await D :.!....!. X.1 ,.'. 0.,1,.41T ' wwwvjuj Union iviiijc. uuuipu oaiiu-- j and Sunday. Cam Mulhus soecial from Kuoxville where she has over the county have commenced summons of the last great day '.Tfc.." Vi5iVagent for L & N. R. R Co., was been visiting relatives for the writing and sine i::y last letter .a?u unua' 'w- 3 "eianey COMMISSIONER'S SALE. at home Sundav from Paris, Ky. past two weetcs. Erl Rice was at great changes na e been wrought nis crop or ronacco vy. r. of S'anford . t 9 cts. per lb. Quite - in the eaitb. & ilitamsburg last SunMrs. M. F. Pike, of the Caloway home from The election has visited Ea-- t Berustadt day. Mirs Annie Wa ton was at passed off and just as we said a 1. umber of the . farmers contemsection, ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT Sanday. Mrs. W. F. Merhnee, or home ir.un Barbonraville Sunday, went Democratic by a big majority plate raising tobacco the com-i- i g year. COURT. Here Is hoping that Paris, is visiting Mrs. George Pope. She is n tending school at that and now if we will conduct our hey will have a financial success. Rev. lames. Barnes, of Scaggs pldce. Airs. L. G Falin visited selves right the Dems vv;ll gain h says ,we are to have two George Taylor, Logan Creek, was Sunday's train enroute relatives at Pine Hill Saturday and another ,vctorv at the poles this . Sunday. home from Altaraont. November. Say Mr. Ed we hear more new stores in our httle town tD. Taylor, Susie Ki-u--A eger, JViilt Taylor.- ps The tie trade at this place Well. W. M. Hicks and the sometallrof putting us in the in the new future. T. L- - Proctor and J. B. Sutton Taylor, Loti Ta?'or, We believe writer are still on the si igle Mde Eleventh District. It' this is liue unchanged. John C. Taylor, Mollie there are more ties brought to tnis of the Matrimonial fence nnd (to we will kick out of the harness, were in Mt. Vjernon Tuesday on Ricketts, Nannie Taytown than an other town ou the all indications will remain so. A, We know there is just as Plaintiffs ood busiuess. Miss Annie Brown who lor, L & N. line. The Holv Rollers wife is oarder'to ge"l now tfun they people iu the eleventh as ever lived has been going to school at M. VS: Commissiouer's Sale. will begin a series of meeting here were in a'olomons d vs. It is but we want to stay where we an . Vcn.on returned home Satnrdiy Eugene Taylor, Louis Sovr'er is in Nicholson, Lee Nichole informed. 'talked here that a rail road w. 11 be j We are batis-fienext Saturday and they should be last Mrs son, Costella Nicholson, While a great many of us can't see constructed up Rockcastle river, Well, weli, wt have had the coldes verv po r bea'ih at this isme. and foe Taylor b,y Rev lames Elder will soon move Committee, - - is as they do .yet if it suits them we j We hope th s is true. We do know winter that we have had lor many v- Ty to hi property recently purchase- lor, have nothing to say, as we don't: that the Thorn is heirs have sold a year. Tbty s: y the ground ho Defendants wish to cross swords with any sect large tract of timber land up the sw his shadow aud we will bavt d ut Lark in Hicks "3q , anrj By virtue of a judgment and dicftions are the latter will order of sale of the Rockcastle or denomination. Everyman has river and thi Co.. will get it out six weeks more cold it this be Gud according: some whv but whether they will to wor-hi- p aright We can sing the words a- mira e to Brodhea! in the near Circuit Court rendered at the poet -- From Gieenland's Icy future. Grider Barnett left Mon- January term I912 thereof, I to the dictates oi his own con- - bring it this way or snie oth..-rtth-e M. Mountains. e ae unsble to sn: the past twelve day, for Sbelbville, to attend to shall proceed to offer for sale science. Dock Jone-- h.s just re The at the front door of the Courturned from the gardeu spot of the Foure has pun.:haied a store house m.nihs there hat. been a great fight some important business, Main street fro n id. Al. Mink made here against Malt Vead and Wheat crop looljfevery favrrrable ia House in M yermn Rqckcastlo world, which in p'ain words is on Level Green This is his first trip and traded Mink a span of niulee." it has bten hirdito conquor but we this locality Wfe;pqqny Ky., to the highest and U14 .&um arinri. nf a .uuuiug mwBir Kcmrp VB- - ' bastblddorat public auction, on Mr. and Airs. Sam Cromer, ot think the present olfueFi ill put a v a nlnnlnnr f Hm Uktug and he gives it a glowing descript ..ion. Dock is about right no place Illinois, are visiting Malison Mink quietus on it. We lupi to see the lished at this place. Robt. Brown Monday the 26th. day of Feb,. on earth is better in our estima- at this place. Born to the wife of "iaie th.it this stuff will be no more aud family visited relatives, in 1912, between the hours o? nine Pulaski a few days since. tion than Old Level Green. F, Mat Mink a fine girl on the 15th. 'and we think the day is not far o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m. and babe both dping well, tant when there will not be a rjrop The death angel v'sited the hoaMieing regular County Court day, L Thompson, the drummer, was Miss Ethel Hays has returned in the county. We now have one ot ivir. and Mrs. Stephen Elder,1 in Livingston Friday. Mrs. C. from from Brodbead where she las been ;0f the quietest little towns in the of Quail, Feb. 19 at n o'ejocte.j following described real estate A. Blanford has returned 'state and we hope it will remain so. m. and took ur its victim .the located in Rqckcastle county, Parksville where she has been for the past week visiting relatives a few days on the account of the J. B. Hays has received a mess- - i be Livingston Lumber Co, will latters companipn, Uncle Step,Tjfcn. Kentucky, and bounded as fol illness of er mother, Mrs. Will age from Cincinnati tbat WUUe start Deir m,us jn a few days, as. Elder. He was a devoiit member lows: He was the the bands have returned froai Ford of the Christian church at ProviPreston was dead. Brown. Ou the north by the lands of Mr. andMrs. John. Clark has son of John Preston who lived in and goje.to work. So the hum, of dence aud will be bajJlv missed (n, Theard PariQps; on, the east by this county until a few years rgo. industry will toon be heard qn a the church and hom. circle, Tlie the lands of. J N. Coffey; on the moved to Norton Va. Mes-- r Dr, Amyx and Joe Cbildress Mdes.-We- li, G. Howell, of A. M. Hiatt and U. as this is my first deceased v. as a spcjable, upiigbf south and westhj the lands of returned Irom Florida and ter for some time aud we dqn't and honorable njaq and Jir4 G. S. Grifftn, containing about Go Brodbead have purchased the Eight B. Sams, they picture that couutry as a wish to tell all we know ot onc we reached his 70th year. Gable restaurant from R He leaves acres more or lesg. and are baying a nice trade. Luck pandise on earth but after they will give you the rest of tr.eneys behind hjwrq.. brothers, and Fqr the purchase price the pur to you boyf J. S. Calnvay has were there a few days they thought nxt Week. one sterfeaLtno. Idr, of chaser must execute bond with from Gjv. of the song that the baid plays, j received near BeeLHfcPavid Elder approved security, bearing inter McCreary and now' it is judge 'My Old Keutu:ky Home" so probably aware that Sr., ot Pulactlmrity and Mrs. est from day of sale nqtil paid, Y)u Caloway with Mr A. Pennington Dock started' for Ijqme at quce,,. - pneumonia always r salts from a Tart Proctor, of u)itawa. a .wife and a,nd having the force and effect pincolQ-- "six - bjIdrenvr'''fcobtder, "qT qf a judgment .as Marshal and Judge Caloway as loe went further down on -4b - :oIdj - but-ypu never-hearBidders must be pneumonia when irodhead. and Qavid E;lder Jr. ot last getting home resulting in Jud e we believe that we will oast out at prepared to comply with these Boys aail and Mesdamesj Jack MqlHns ierms, hive a quiet little town woids -- There s No Place Liko this re!Uedy nny be had for 3 Eugene Brown, Johu Proctor, qf line score deep and hew to the G. S. Griffin, Sidney Hellard and Thomt--s 13Uii tt Home" he started and landed here triffle? For sale by Chas.C. Davis, Q ail and G B. S,q'ttOn, of near Master Commissioner Rock castle County Court. LIY1NGST0N. LEVEL GKEEN. - . re-mai- we-ar- te th-cas- e - . - 5 dls-Moth- er 1 let-ha- ve bisco-nmissio- a-- e " -- -- ""'rTrTMn j a""-'. 38 -- A . jjPPlMB"lf"!l"lf,''P" ""' pi PROM HEAD TO J ALMOST LOST HIS LIFE. S. A. Stid, of Mison, Mich,, will never forget bis terrib'e cixpo sure to a merciless storm. "It gave mea dreadfulcold,"-hwrites, '"that caused severe pains iu my chest, so it was hard for me to breathe. A neighbor gave me several doses of Dr. King's New , Discovery which brought great ' relief. The doctor said I was on the veige of pneumonia, but to con tinue with the Discovery. I did so land two bottles completely cu ed ' me." Use only this quick, safe, I reliable m dlciue for coughs, colds, ' or any th- - oat or lung trouble Price 50c snd $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Chas. C e uis regular appointment at Friendship. M. B.Jones ami Olto Brov. n left last Monday for FtarMa for a fc w months ta-- . . Yr. 9md Mrs. Estiil Price and HtUa son,t Clyde spent Friday iuJvt wth Dr. and Mrs G. C. PrkeAt WafcA. Miss Vicla Dtbord who attending school at Mt. Vernoa peodirg the week with" her mother who fe very sick. MissLi?ie Hursn entertained a, number of her friends last Wedaes- h(K of berbpotbw t reprxiea a VfTT f.c time. Charles let Thursd5 - 't E,reno Ok h.-- Clay TWpacm " tie daughter Mildrnd. wftPo in!v,SUed r,l,ves Mt. Vernon, Sunday and Monduy, Saturday. J. K. ftrmva pnt the guest of Mr and Mvs. F. L. Saturday night vrt.i b lrotbr. W. J. who has been veiy sick Immi TJ, M. Preston and Durham. his son. Leonard, will sell their we are g'av to say is mine betttc household effects at public sale new. Granville Harst watt in the 28th inst, and will move their Hrodh'ead for a few lours feMfc Thursdiy. ir. awi Mr?. Olwfks families to Cincinnati. ,Vo regret Riddle And two Htr'e dattgtaers to give up these gcod people. 'opeutSfttitrday and Sttnd.v witk, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Owens were in Wt. Vernon lust week with Mr Mis. kiddies parents, Vr. aad and Mrs. G. b Sutton Claude Mrs. J. u. Thntpsi. Jtfit. .awl Mrs. Tyree Gentry, of Lebanon Owens is suffering with a severe Junction, ere witit loroe Mk a attack oi rheumatism. J. Thos. few !as last wecK. "Uaete BiU"' Cherry was up from Crab Orwas down on RocicisU r ver e chard, Sunday Misses Etta Sow-dday last week on i u4ass W. and Mattio Owens spent Sun H. Miiiliusand Edd Brown at.ttdMd! day in the country near Spiro Wade Proctor's shK. He wM tev tfc Eld. A. J. Pike preached at Freewest a few years. dom. Saturday and Sur.day. Mr. James Cenh hat a wry Mrs. P. H. Robins returned from Dr. G. a visit to her daughter at Rich- severe cic ot lajripe. Price was ia th.. part & few mondByron Owens wa in Mt. Vernon, Sunday, between trains, hours last Wednesday. W. w. some attraction in the White DeBord sold to oS Cash a milch cow for $33.oo. -- Little WHIl Rock City that day we suppose. J. W.Tate and Allen Hiatt were nod Jack Cat.oa, of Cedr Cre5c, d their .ant Amttada in Mt. Vernon, Monday. Judg a lew days last week. Mr. ing from the number tiat attended Q.i Court, Monday, from the Hiatt Paris? who has been living eta seotion, to hear the trial of Mrs L. Hatchers farm ns ntovoA owei? Chint Lear, and her sou Robert, mi the eastern part, of ihts. cntmmMy charged with burning the cbnrch where he "piirchaiied ai BeteS .house knowjuas "Union Chapel," Misses Viola and Kate DeBowl, Georgia Gentry and Maude there wouldnot have been enough Thomoson aud Clay Tbomp-and men left in that community to Brown vvre tne teu9anc Hobert have stopped a small tire had uetts of Ora Al . Brown last Sun plenty of water been available. day. There will be services at Mr. Steven Elder, age 70 years, Burnetts chapel next Sunday conand a very respected citizen of ducted by Rev. George Thomson, the Quail ootion. died at his home of Euban-s- . Kv. Monday night at 11 o'clock. He wis the father of our fellow BOOKKEEPEnIG' Ba3ines3,Phcnography Elder. Dr. W. townsmen Jacob TYPEWKirnNtjahd .Iv E Gravely bought a farm of v TSLEGRAPHYl nitTii niisiiirnn n.ll I rPCl sixty acres from Lewis McAdauis a tiUui.jtio bCLutut this week; price unknown. h 'ear o( experisnee In irantH ..v; ! y!r rdartiic l.'" pnc.-- . now. ... !Mi,i. is in 1 I cllRf. uueu Sovvard' of Band K- - vg I ru.(d er vii-ite- I)e-Bor- V o 3&S. m.;-5.:,t "0.! .. " Wiilie.JYadon Livingston this week to assist in the Hiatt & Howe'l restaurant. Mr. Larkin Hicks bought the V. E. Evans propertv on Main sireet. consideration 836 00. Weare glad that Mr. Hicks is to make his home i. nftn fr ",RTT-Knt- ir . Davis- - COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT, s.' - WE CAN CLOTHE YOU WE INVITE YOU TO CALL AND SEE .1 -- r - -- " r Our immense line of Me V" "5 and Bpy? Qotjiingi Everything new Nothing carried overt vv M' t. & V, GUARANTEE 1 WiTH EACH SUIT youMl be convinced b,"F - When you see these suits, that the quality, workmanship and price are better than you. could get elsewhere: Plaintiff. Fannie Turner VS : Commissioner's Sale. Spencer Mulins etc Defendant By virture of a judgement and order of sale of the" Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the January term 1912, thereo?. I shall proc6ed to offer for sale at the lront door of theCourtHouse in Mt. Vei non, Rockcastle, Co .. Keutucky, to the highest and on j best bidder at public auction, ; Monday the 20th day oi'eDruary i9i 2 between the hours, of nine o'clock a. m. and four o'clock p. m. being the regular Court A piece of flinuei a.uuicod with a'.d bo nd Chamberlain's Lininit-ion to th e affected p.irs s Wheu truabled to anv plaster. m the with lame back or side or chest give it a trial nd yen with us agaiu. John E. Evans are certain to be more than pleased has accepted a traveling position with the prompt relief wi.nch it with Colgate & Co., of New York affords. Sold by Chas. C. D.v. City, arid left Wednesday for President Tait 1 as deckleti to Kr.oxyille, Tenn., to begin work. the, We are certainly glad thnt John delay until next week wefc appointment 01 a successor to the, is so lucky in landing such a good job Miss Ethel Hayes has re late Justice Harlan of the Uaitedl turned to her home in Livings- States Supreme Court. Clarence 'Alford w.is found ton, after spending several dftys of with relatives. If yon have am guilty at Lebanon Satwra assault upon a small k fit wms news items leave them at the post office and they will fiud theii ientenced to serve twenty year&in way to the sest newspaper ii the penitsntirry. Rockcastle county. Mr: Shcltoa Former Gov. Joseph W. Rilk, ofMonticello was here Wednes f Missonri, announced ftis jet?re-neW. A da3T with his brother from the race for indorsement l'yree lie has been buying tiin n tbat State Saturday, and plged ber in Letcher county for some his support to Speaker Clark for President. iuie and was on his way home prir pa . nt in-la- i i Vhs. Mollie Dprham receivec a telegram lafet week that he) daughter, Mrs Wesley, who Ky.. was dead; but ii. a few hours it was found that i was Dr. Wesley's mother insteac. day, on a credit of six months, of his wife that was dead Suet the following described realestate mistakes are very painful indeed located in Livingston, Rockcastle County. Ky., and bounded as SHOCKING SOUNDS, lives-atXiibert- CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. Xo. The Kind Yru Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of uzf7Y. euc 'jfsjfS w follows: I l0 Prll 2."-- -' -- 'J - tuc l LlMd Our-Stoc- oriDV cunr SJ Lt JLt i--J 1 . V-t- ll-i rrrMD 1 t is Brimming FULL OF SELBY LOW OUT, in Tans, Buck8kipI7olvets,,etc-Ci- Vll xzrviwr VY:VjriTl,l-i- V l ic t 1 THE WOMEN'S -" ,FRIEND IS THE SEfeBY, um W . . ;i' fwi. " - " - JK-- i i 1 "- . t - ' ; iy? - i , . im i , . ' ... -- ( . v . Sutton & -- "On the north by the lot o bofore a terrible earthquake, tha Tommy Jones; on thu east by wj.rn ot the coming peril. Nature'. the lot of Harry Magee; on the "Warning are kind. Tbat dull pal south by the lot of Dr. Joyner or ache in the back warns you th and qn the west by the lauds .of. Kidneys need attention if yo .for tht would escape those dangerons m Samuel Pennington. purchase price the purchase ladies, Dropsey.Dnbstesor Bright' must execute bond withapprover disease. Take Electric Bitters a surety j. bearing interest fron 5nce and see backache fly and al date of sale until paid, an. your best feeling return." Vl.y soi having the. force and effect of i ecewed great beuefit from their use judgment. Bidders must be pre or kidney asd bladder trouble paved to, comply with thes' writes Peter Bondy South Rocl term9. wood; Mich., "It ts certamh G S: Griffin-- . Try . r ircat kidney medicine" Masterj Commissioner, Rock o cenrs at . Cbs. C. Davis. castle Circuit jCoart V e -- in the earth are sometimes heart Sedentary hadits, isce ot ontdoor exercise, insufficient mastication of food, constipation, a torpid liver, worry and anxiety, arc tW most of stomach common cause: Corre:tyonr habits and roubles. ake Chamberlain's Stcmach" and Mver Tablets and von will K"on be veil again. For sale by Chas C. Davis. -- Photo GRAPHS AT Hberhart's STUDIO ' "iTORE Track "5 ." - - V. ?V j- - -- - .;v:-.-.;-3:-jr Ji-- i 1 t .ymw . Oh Iliir n Cry' 4 " . - - - - - i , .V jt 1 v&mr-- .t - ' --:- c ;. - t - jr. a . a.- - :'z'r'4mrm .. - c .... a- - MZ'7J"l c AtTORIA ,&i$iiZ2&ijf . l- KFMLETCItfr.$ .r- . ' r - CASTOR! A sr CMidren OrV FOR FLETCHER'S Located Over 31 ANI-West of ,K R. All work guawuiteii. MUVeraiKy. 4WHHHHI r-- 1 il st -- V- C ' - 8L c'' ML VERNON SIGNAL farm at "Bee Lick. ' r - - tubercu'osis "of the bone continue Fwday, Feb. 23 19 12 about the same. Sam Prot-vs- r is yet a candidate tor uiainiaiit E B. Herrin purchased of Published every Friday by Proctor a good mare at a 1air pice BDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. Mrs. Lucinda Proctor is nnprov ing. Col. Bruce Turner1, of Lincoln county is visiting in $I.OO UB9CRIPTION ONB YEAREL P. Davis will go to Louisville soon. Uucle Stephen Advertising rates made known on Elder, age 69 years 4 months and 3 days departed this life Mondi application Feb. i9, at 11 p. m. and his spiri took its fltght to the God wh gave it. For two weeks he ha MEMBER OF ill with a complication . o KENTUCKYJ'RESS ASSOCIATION been W-id- t KENTU ?KY FOR TAFT. ..initiated, but l'li te - Can t beat him by au The niornine iournal of Albur- "; h'Ak or qieiqie, ' -- thi.-sectio- u. - New Meicoy- - quotes crook as it n Sheriff N'celey ippioves of udge S. D Lewis who accompan ird rlwiff 1 J Niceley there, las-- eveytbirg Jut gt L wis said of ... .,1. T kuuu bao week to bri ig Mose tcVcuia.,L "sol1 wnyui shouldn't itia tnesuerm, o, K."nHic'y a saving Kentucky e keep him on the jot ?" The interview is as or Tift. Messrs Lewis ard Niceiey are . "olio v : f ora eastern Kentucky and from -Kentuokv is solid for Taft. jjjs j a rok ribbed repulicm rounty. ribbed, s fenomtmlion md next JXoclf is named good, since tt'e c unty Rockcastle beNovember is a foregone con er use of Its r cky formation.-t f w tand " - T.. J. - FURNITURE . uion". All that medical aio diseases. Resolved, could do was no avail That this county has lost a gocc citizen and neighbor, and t "V V, 1. Zt.y - - CLOSE t v-- ' .!. J - church a worthy member. The "Thomas' .as got a new attachremains were laid to rest Wednes ment for that car of his". day in the Providence burying '"That so? What kind of an at-- ! The advocacy of the Domination ground to await the calls of tbt tachment isir?" of Gov. Wilson is taken, by the last great day. Peace to his ashes An attachment for debt ". Courier Journal as a personal and glory to h s immortal soul. Rvan up the 'siramon tree. affront to Morse Henri. Tbegreat CEDARVILLE. Watt'son on de groun'; editor has. been a power in his day Harvey say 'You editin' man, has done some great things as At the home of Mr. and Mrs tihake ole Ryan down?" well as making some mighty big Gran Mink, one mile east ol mistakes and errors; the latest was also carry a line of Hardware and Cedarville, ou last Thursday, the to imagine that he was holding FOR FLETCHER'S beauttfu'O nd accomplished daughJs money saved to buy your Hardware from the naming of the Democratic Maggie, and Mr. Elnie1 in the hollow ter Miss nominee for president Tones, of Sand Hill, were unit-.us of his hand but owing to so many in the Holy bonds of matrimoin '; people having streaks of that The bride was very handsome', Missouri leehng and refusing to be YOU do not run your buggy, automobile or in a gown of rich satm satisfied with the "showing'' rmde attired other machinery till it sque ks aud grmds groom wore the co" bv Mr. Watierson who grew hot while the and cuts itself to iees. You clean and oil it many coi often. under the collar packed his doll ventional black. After hied, himself to more con- gratulations those presents; netr You should b as caretul of your watch. It rags and relatives ot the contracting parties , is small a r. light and can not speak loud when genial climes, when he discovered a few very intimates friend , ' it is dry nd needs cleaning and oiling so it how small and insignificant was and to cut and wear and need attention be dining of the im assembled in the inviting his bombardment fore von know it. You may not know it till they ate a most room, wh-r- e pregnable fort of Wilsonisra. the wati h ts.QQmpletely ruined and stops. sumptuous repast. This - the Bring your watch to us .nd let us The Taft machine in the bloody second daughter of Mr. and Mrs it v ith our "strong glass to see its condition Eleventh appears to be running Mink, that has married in thi We will show ou an! explain acci ratelv with a flat wheel. tr-The U S last two months. exact co'nd;tion. . mail rout from Cedarville Kv , to Every watch shrtil be thoroughly cleaned and re oiled ani5 adjusted The Oys'.er Bay ground bog Hansford Ky., was awarded t once, in each year. Pake proper care of your watch and it will last hasn't come out jet. James Miz. Uncle Jim is an oUt . iOu a lifetime Cons till" us on all WATCH DISEASES experienced carrier- and says he c in A WASTE OE MATERIAL. carry the mail cheaper than a?v The Federal Government is to one else. Harrison Nicely, past distribute a few millions of wall through with a drove of ealvt s i! You certainly cannot lose erd pike minnows in the streams which he bought iti Liu re Count The wall' o' Ristern Kentucky. : your hair and keep it, too. ORLANDO was once numerous in e.ea pise Which shall it be ? Lose? CHECKING-ACCOUN- T is some of the Kentucky rivers and VThen do nothing. Keep? Th infant child of Wm Mas-' Then use Ayers Hair Vigor. creeks, but there is no .sort of fish is sick, Mrs. intended a business necessity; and Dora Ball visited r especially numerous just parents at Hazel Patch Saturday that ii That is about all there is to he who tries to get along are going to offer .for the next 10 days one is in those same rivers and it Ayes Hair Vigor is also and Sunday Effie Ballad creeks. great disadvantage. and a splendid and little son. Ko.ccoe, left Sut da? ' lot of hair-ton- ic It will be of little avail to stock lor Kings Mountain It keeps the hair Jack Lovel is required the rivers with wall eyed unless the infant child of George Evans soft and smooth and greatly a person something can be done to curtail is very p. omotes its growth. It does should have a large bulk of business sick. Mr. and Mrs James the activities of the wall-eye- d not color the hair. Consult Tankersley, ct Laurel county d uamiter and in order to open an account the wild-eyeyour doctor freely. Doctors visited relatives at this place seiner Unless the State is willing Miss Lena Hundley are studying these hair and brothei, Professional men, farmers, and even to tafce some steps for the protect- VirgiL questions much more than visited their cousins.'E.bel ion of fish the well meaning efforts in former days. and Tom Chestnut ' Saturday and women, are checking Msdo by the 7.O. ATXB. CO.. Lwell. Xui. of the Government to increase the Sunday. sVe have bought our SpringShoes and must.cJean up to ' If you have never done accounts supply will merely remake room for them. Harper Smith, ol Whites, was s 111 the waste oi masult with his uncle. Henry Smith, a few business in this way, and are familterial. The dynamiting of fish days Rcme-Jib-r whui we say. COST we mean COST Misses last week. Ethel CONN BROWN A. B.FDRNISH iar with the plan, come to should be made a penitentiary and we Hedd. Mary Helton Ada and Effie h Brown-Furnisoffj-isand the state should Belle will get yon Chasteen visited relatives at adopt a modern fash and game law this plsce.-T-JoOwens was in We do a general Real Estate with a State Warden and a Conway Tuesday on business business; handle town and farm number of assistants to en- Rev. White left Monday for hts property, do abstracting and pasa on titles. force them. The mere passage of home, at Corbin, after closing a If you want to sell listyourprop-wit- h laws will not prove effective unless-therus; "if you want to buy we s of meeting at Crooked Cree' . can save you money. is power for their enforceEmory Egon, of near Langfot , ment. There are various provis- has moved in the property f ions already in existauce, but tbev Henry Smith. Mrs. Sarah Ander-fcO- n ca s are practically a nullity in who has been confined tu her -J of the State Except in room for some time with rheuma. isolated instauces thert: is no effort tism is improving. MUs to see that they are respected. Burns 'white, clear and Kizzie Ponder passed through uere ttcady to the last drop. For Some of the Circuit Judges Monday on her way to the sake of everyone in the Richmond XamlTy, Insist on having have been diligent in calling the where she is attending school. attention of their grand juries to Misses Myrtle and Minnie Manes , Solite Lamp Oil Smokeless Sootles3 Odor violations of the law, but it is of Wildie. uisited relatives less Costs no more than m- at thi? Itinlp.w'iffnn lrln1- fArln seldom that an indictment is re- place Saturday ttitil Mo iday. Saves eyes; saves 'iponey. Your dealer has It In barrels direct rrora our watts turned anywhere or that a prose- Bill Anglin and Stanley Payne rUAC r mi inniuuir cution, of any sort takes place visited homefolks at Dispatanta a Beflncry at Warren, Pa, o Aato OH. Motor Gao!too, outside of the larger cities in the few da s. Miss Lela Owens is studying State. Tfiereshould.be uo lack of telegra hy at this phce, Bob Gill wall-eyepike in .Kentucky streams has mo ed to Laurel - Mrs. Nancy and there would be no need of lane Ball is numbered with the restocking if fhe origlual supply sick. Mrs. Lieuverni Hubbard where you wfl had been conserved. In the is very low with consumption. 1 absence ot any effective means ot Mts. Mollie Williams writes from of goods, which always fine! listed the protection it is a shlme, to take Corbin that she is in v ry They Uncle 'Sara's little fishes. Ky are sold for fair margain of profit Goods will merely perish at the bands of This is an epitaph on an iinglis'i vandils as has been the fate of tombstone. The language is Engare the kind of and sold preeeeding generations of the finny lish. You can read it it" you try. COMPLETE LINE Courier-Journa- l, buy goods always pays trihe "WIT HINT Coffins, Caskets and Eobes. Hisgra Vebene at hthis 1 (S gra-Au Mail, Telegraph or Tele Motro has always been to give Slies Mangos Martas Tub QUAIL. r? phone orders Promptly Born. Stnpi dass. Sm irt Twas the very best goods to our customers vEs3Vvu2IHHBh9pv Filled. W R Proctor and fatiilv. an i Hisna mebutnot Fmar Thisna Ture Scar ceeyeeym Oruliid Maurice Proctor leave for Peoria ? possible for the money. III., .soon to make their borne E Seesu chap Reature. Hisdustlie ..B. and O. L. Herrin done some Sherem Ongsto tberper Sonsraix customers for the pat.pla.t. ring for Kennell Smith, ol Edand totbed ayof doo,uhis irt'the and asking continue near- - Hiatt, the paht week. Mlsr. Soulis somew heref i?ed." Slow trains in Arkansas. "An? Docia Reynolds remains in a very HKHEST MARKET PRME PAH FOR RAW FURS AN NIKS cerin the critical condition. Karnie Herrin other time, on a hot day in Ar? "? irtM1 numbered among thesick. Ro' kansas, we were all very much ts v; MCffOvAiwV R'l'S BV f very truly, rt Parsons who left this, county annoyed on the Cannonball Flyer v' WHITE & COi LWJ!SVlLtE,KT. several years ago tor O'ilahoHi t by a. oaeleuged beggar who kept &.. 1 w doing- a snlendid bus' r bace with the train from Seatcv aud who is ernon, Ky.,; '" RSt? ' .es6 in farming and roerckaatjl to Lonoke, going ?frora one open '3? ,h&3&t .. yisdow aud pestering witb business is reported very-lofCu. tuberculosis of the Iusrs. J. W. i us toeatkwitfihw.vdb'lefdi.solici- JWFUTplEf$ ? ove soon to hisUftions. gtringervwHl Thus spoke judge S. D. Lewis. Itstrict .attorney of Rockcastle Keitucky. to a Morning juunty. lournal reporter, following his irrival early t day from Mt. Ver-101Ky. Accompanying Judge ',ew:swts Sheriff T J. Niceley Iso from Mt. Vernon, the two coming to New Mexico after Moses N Gatliff the fugative mnrderer who is in the city jaiK VVe're both republicans, elected o offices by republicans and we tre strong for Taft," said Judga Lewis in tae course of conversation with the newspaper man. 'Back in ot;r section you don't near anything about Roosevelt, LaFoilette or anyone else It's all Taft. Do I think he will be renominated? Wei', you can say for me, that be won't only be re- 1, tr 6 Cochran, Ga. T had a bad s re on my instep that nothing s emed to help till T used Bncklen's Arnica Salve." he w ites 'nut this wonderful healer soon cured me ' Feils old, ruuning sores, ulcers, 'oils, burns, cut-;- , bruis s, eczema piles. Try it O tly 25 . cents at Chas. C. Davis. HE WON'T LIMP NOW. No morelitnpirg for Tom Mooie -- description ? Is it Furniture you want ? How aboat a nice Rug? Do you need a Table of any kind or Remember we have the nicest and best rockers in the town HARDWARE We it ChUoron Cry CASTORIA DON'T ABUSE YOUR WATCH . s B. iVlcKenzie ill ex-mi- ne e 1 - Hair -- FRANK MOORE , Fallh o Business Luxury without 1 h-- nv SHOES We a & at hair-dressi- ng It not that Women's and Children's Shoes - d AT COST many running al first-clas- not us e, hn Realty Co. star'c:. se-ie- NOE & DAVIS PEOPLE'S BANK Mt Vernon, Ky nine-tenth- 54x3po ya&x&& Px RHlfiy '''' o mTT'TmT nn 1 I JONAS Mckenzie Ctm IIIsh-Grad- "No-Ca- rb Ai d I 1 s I EACH WEEK, beit a right bought right to that it Our KE AN EYE ON THIS SPACE &&X$&&$& GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER Brodhead 1MJ Thanking my past ronage future, I am Yours t t-- c$3ic3i $&; a FURS dtildren AND HIDES jtFJkMi v- Y Gpy Ohildrea, Qxj y i i,'. eA8t6MlA CATOpt!A 7 r-- . .t' . -- -i- w '. ;. - -' , - v V .t ' -- js. ' r3': rir itt.'w bw f.y;' fv V ., i si'- - " o- - m :. i M J--W .- fl be organ A Rebekah lodge Sheriff T". J Nicely and County ized in the Odd Fellows ban tu i a'torney S' D. Lewis; returned from Albuquerque New Mexico. Ky. Fnn. 23, 1912 evening- Sunday with Mo Gatliff, who was av c aa) am aa Arthur Daily bad a gm d mule a a lav awaaa "aaaaaaaa asi aY .aaaaaBaaaaaaaaaaaa aV ibi BMW UHt aY! wj Bv H aw. w Mm r aWal HI all 11 wanted in this couhtv for the i AM mv waWar aVL aWaW.wB. wl raa tttauMVMw wa H Sal aWa aa vaw aa "H Q Call up ''No. 79' when "70 to kili himself this morning ti killing of Bob Risgby nea Wildie, y you wan tto Communl- SJ striking nis bead against a box car oate wirta SIGNAL about eight veais ago. Since rbat 01 me side tr.ck. 'time Gatliff has been a fnirative A Missionary S c 1 'will be from Justice and has ,.traveled in given by the Young People's M most 0f the states of the union, sionary League o: Mi. Vernon,. Gatliff talks freely of his wander- the Dormitory on friday evening iugSj tfae hardships and the reraorsej LOUISVILLC ft. NASHVIU.C R. R. Co. . r n tn All v .. u, lu,s wC:k. au mcucio -- uu Qf conscience of bei-- g a fugative all live of of guests are asked to come represent- - and deciding not to stand under TIME TABLE. -ing ome.oreign country or town. such strain longQr luntarUy went will once 4.46 pm '22 north tbe'Dsad Now?" to the Chief of Police of Albuquer.- ""Where Are 24 nortn. 3:53 a m himself, will be the subject of' the Pastor's que and surrendered 93 south 11:38 a m sermon next Sund iy morning at Gatlifl says it was never his desire 2L South. 12:19 am the Presbyterian Church. This is to leave but on the other hand the. f is of Jas. Landrum, Agent. the second sermon in the series wanted to surrender at the time No. 58. Fhw$e Jl fte line "Beyond the Grave." Why not and bad started to the magistrate am ' rHMM jto surrender, when he met an V1 Entered at tfoe Mt Vernon; Ky. Postoffice hear the whole series? bios- FfflHERKNOWS mail matter. uncle who advised him to leave. as secifi4-clas- s Eveuing subject "Sanctimonious and he did so. Yet be added that excuses. PERSONAL The.Woman'.s. Cmb, en ertained- - he had regretted it ever day sin.ee ) I KA) Sheriff Nicelv, speaking of circum Tate is visiting rela ln honor of Prof, and Mrs. HousMrs. Alice surrounding the sur ton, at the Dormitory last Friday stances BM?!alJ'1 tivefi Crab Orchard. render as told to the Albuqueiq W -I evening It wis a mora delightful Little M iss Leila Davis has beeu it was a very pathetir and'enjoyabje evening. We depeid-e- d very sick this week. upon tne press reporter for the scene and the story told to officers, Miss Marie Brock, is with her a very touching one. Woman's Club to make the Mrs. E. S. Albright. .sister We copy the following as given b until too late an hour for us to give . Morning Jonrnal of Albuquuque. Sylvan Bordes was in Brod a complete account. ilrs. when sheriff Nicely ' heal Monday and Tuesday. and Judgr Is an good shoe. Thuy are snappy, look well Eher Mullins, who was wanted Liwis, fjrst met with the accus d and wear even better than they look, and there is really Mr. and Mrs. Will Krueger were a London to answer a charge of man. It is BB follows; from Livingston Tuesdav. up more than 8 50 or 4.00 worth of style, fit and service obtaining money under false pre"Is my mother still alive? Mr. and Mtg R. W. Schroder tense, went before the courtTues in these Shoes. We show them in Tans, Gnn Metal are the proud parents of a fine bo dfyvand on motion of his attorney Thank God for that..'.' and Patent Colts, both in Button and Lace. These words were spoken at one Jack McMullin bought a fine C G. Williams the cae was. dis o'clock this morning by Moses N. caw from Gus Staversou, Monday, missed. The rcors sjjowed that Gatlilr, fugative . murderer, who' at a fancy price. the check which was for 3 qq had voluntarily surrendered to the Fish is showiug the biggest line been redeemed by MulUns father Albuquerqqe pqljrje a. week ago. really line of tell of low cut shoes fa the couniry wbc held a receipt against same when informed that his mother Young Mullins boarded the fast Have you seen them? still line was still living, by Sheriff Thomas train at London Tuesday afternoon .F. L. Thompson, the popular J. JNiceley and District Attorneyi young; Danker, was in louisvine for his camo head quarters in S. D. Lewis, of Mt. Vernon Ky.. Rhode Island, yesterday on business. vyhqjjad arrived a short time be lu "Hosiery for Men Women and Children in all colors and I, Dr M. Pennington remitting: for fore, to take Gatliff back home to Pr. Dyebe, will move to Judge weights from the 10c Cotton to the $1 Silk. Buthu rum's residence and have his his paper, closes his communicn stand trial for the killing of Robert UA:yy v office over Baker's store. tion thus? "With kindest regard.. Rigsby, a farmer. tJ :iOOK FOR THE OF SIGtf THE FISH I am yours in the 'Bloody' ElevGatliff was aroused from a sound Earnest Thompson and family, i have returned to Mt. Vernon. Mr. enth; what are you in?" We think sleep in bis cell in the' city jail and Thompson will go to work for the the Doctor should have more re- brought him into the police court gard for his Rockcastle Democratic chamber for identification ,by the W. J. Sparks Co. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lefew, of friends than to say much about this sheriff and district attorneys 'Bot:b Highland Park, are with Mis. most touching ubj'ct, no niattef men greeted him with; "Hello. Juetews motner, Mrs. onater on what be thinks, while as the matter Mose, do ou know me?"--: "Gatliff. stands, it is still, somewhat like his arms folded and the muscles the Brodhead road. Cull McClure's religion "bright ano iwu'cmng nervously, looked Ufat, ig&gUP Mr and Mrs. John Robirs and gloomy,'-- ' yet it is not so gloomy at one man and then in tbeotber little daughter, Mildred, were up as it has beeu. the eye. r 'No;" he. said "J don't THE STORK FOR LEATHER SROES from Brodhead Sunday and Mon . j Corn Growing': Corn growing know as;i?do' F. day the guests of Mr and Mrs. Thereupon JudgeJkewitfHecited, contests are noti bad. lTheyaf e'ex L" Durbara: t w. happetfings;oi' Ibneaeo on "tht For SALEt-Tgood'mules six cellent and Kentupky js'fa con J. T. Gentry and wife, were here & the first ot the week, to see M r growing State, .though n it so great farm'of,Gatliff fathery recalling an years old t apply to. atwWwa'vavwvwwvwwvvwwvwwvvvwwwvvwvwvvvwwwwwvvwvwvwvvawwa'aTV',VVaiai9a)aB) D. L. Bryant, Gentry's parents, before leaving for as Illinois, but great enough, to incident ofajatd ou some bee 5 : trt'.t ! t : s s :: ? t t ,!: tf ' a six weeks, visit to California, keep up the practice of corn coir gums. Theo Gatliff s ees flasbtd Jan. 5 8t. Mt. Vernon. inn. aud other western points. tests.Through the efforts' of and he recollected, but he could TOr SAL'fa: A fine bred bull of i::i!: following boys have entered Commissioner Newman and th not call Tudge; Lswis by name. The the short horn stock, also a fine Welch-Morroschool since the Kentucky delegation,' the House Lewis then introduced himself, a borsecolt. back, coach first of the year: Jatne? Bradley, and saddle did Sheriff Nicelv, and in a few McKinley Perciful, Richard Ram' ot Representatives has agreed to' an stock. J. F. Lewis. sey, Hester Parson, Jesse Fish and appropriation of $10,000 id suppie minutes,Gatliff had recounted inciMatetburg, Ky. . Sherman Owens. ment the amount Kentucky stpa dents of lonjg, ago that proved Lost:- - A;.black tan hound, pup, that was Mose appropriate for the organization of :. LOCAL Gatliff the slayer of Robert Rigsby 8 months old, left home the first coin clubs among the boys and Will pay liberal 1 was piain mat Ljarnit was day of January. David Elder was appointed adD pt ultfv clubs among the girls, of laboring under a severe nervous reward .for his return or information ministrator yesterday of bis father, Kentucky stain, and the reason for this was leading to his recovery. Stephen Elder, deceased's estate. Fire: Fire 4estroy'ed ibe-Mipred Hays, made plain when he asued, iu.a of only bar" Mt't- Two farms for sale. For further hotel the general store.of M. J Mil.' faltering voice rfiatr showed 'rie Feb -- 2 41 1. Vernon ," Ky . ler and the residence;of Dr. R. ;W feared sell all information apply to, what the answer might be, For Sale: 150 acres of laud Dyche at an early hour esterday C. H. Frith, "Mr. Nicel-imy mother still about! mile North of Livingston sold See before Brodhead, Ky. morning. The lire started in Mil- alive?" ,Feb. 23 4t. . mile North West ! 50 acres about ler hotel and on account of the high v "Yes, Mose,"- your "mother" is of Livingston.' 150 ncres about 1 lll?. :v Round trip Lexington Ky., wind rapidly spread to the adjoin fc ill living": broke in Judge mileSiuth of Livingston. for $2 49. Feb. 28 and 29 limited ing 100 ouildings None of the con- - Lewis, acres aboutja miles South East of ZlllY. to Mch. 3rd. Account of Merrick tentfjexcept a few articles fromone . . i "'Thank God frr'thaf exclaimed Livingston. - $ u Lodge I. O.-- O. F. Feb. 29. auuui ! room were saved. M. Vj. Miller,. Ifeile. South 'East of L'iyi.ngslonr rfSSM' Arb You Looking for a Farm? saved all of his goods and Dr. Dyche taatiin- ia;a;A voice ;'ob.in-.wit.h1 emotion and with" with Was able to get out all his houseconvenient to a thriving-toweyes. "Thank God", he replied. John MaGee. best educational advantages? The hold goods, yet iu each case, ' 83 "That's all I care, I ni ready to go Feb. Danville, Ky. price is right. Must be sold' now: the goods are badly damaged. It back rjght away. I. would have The. method of .' 'cure' ot con- Address Box 54 Stanford, Ky. seemed that the office cf Dr. A- G. given myself up and gone back firmed 'laziness1' 'in r Denmark is Notice: As I have closed mv Lovell, and the residence and with any man. . You two didjr.t somewhat Spartan. Either the grocery of Miss-KatMoore, must business in Mt. Vernon, all ac- need to have come, after inefIt men down to regular counts are placed tor collection in go but by the level headed woik won't take two men to take me habitsofwork, chiefiv of a rural of Frank Longraire, A. G. Bartlelt "- the hands of Lloyd .Chestnut. back." character, or the "rest cure" is Walter Miller. 5. B. McKinzie. O. P. Wallin. we wanted . "Well. Mose, Robert Ping and others, the office aure it was you, and so" to be pushed home to its logical result . Joe McKenzie and W. A. B Judge they are forced to lie abed for a of Dr. LoveU was quickly torn Lewis came along to identify you. Davisliave started a poultry house term varying from a day to three away and the property of Miss ',tI will look different from what or fourlda-ys.?Byin Mt. Vernou. Such an iuter- ' that time the Moore, saved who was the only one do now,' Gatliff 'said to the - prise is badly needed and we cerI ennui becomes simply unbearable in" the row who had no insurance tainly wish them much success in The origin of'lhe fire is unknown officers by way of apologizing for .andthe men are glad to escape their new undertaking. and is somewhat ofa mystery bow his unkept appearance, he having frpm the torture of sheer inactivity. ADMINSTRATOR'S NOTICE. it could nave started at that early a several days' growth of beard and We needsppiething, of that kind or hour, unless some of the b)ozers, being clad only in a flannel shirt, doing right here in Mt. Vernon, All persons having claims against ' pants and shoes. for there are some whtf are badiy the estate of Daniel Wood, de who as we understand were numer' "All right, Mose", Sheriff afflicted with tHe disease of ous around the hotel that night, ceased, requested to prove their Nicely replied. "That's all right, "laziness":" claims as required under the and some had to be carried out Statutes and filed with us, at once. a'ter. the fiie started, dropped a iuu tan gu uAeq up? Delore we Mrs. Mattie Redmon.dt Death ' lT''l-llll-PBiP'M----'--- -l- MT. VERNON SIGNAL ivIt-Verno-n. , SHI Al rttJXrJ I I I I 1 M I iUff 1 La I ar Once more 'tis "Oxford Time' The season when Nature smiles and "we want to out doors again is almost at hand. The pleasure .watqhing things "grow " soon be ours more, and the low cut shoe a sign ot Uxtords ever shown or ever will be shown in Handsomest Rockcastle County this season now soms in our windows -- 3 OF COURSE YOU WILL WANT OXFORDS Like the opening buds and first wild lowers, spring gv 'S-Jiu'- l The Bates Shoe FOR MEN $3 50 and $4.00 qll-aroun- twiHwy n-po- it d moreso when you inspect our $200, $225r$250, $300 and $350 and Everything New From Everywhere YOU'LL BEhandsome SURPRISED When we LADIES you we have a or 91 OXFORDS at mmmm Tl ,WEWANTTOSHOWYOJ fjl HJ V J ( WW 1 . .- - wo !t: lit! ::!! !::::!::!:!!!!: :::!::::: - COME w be-yp- "a'-dou- bt h. j I BIG STORE of Goods cheaper than ever a few prices below TO. LIVINGSTON'S ?:::::::: o 09 ( C 9 a a Hei -- We are getting nearly every department in our Big Store Complete the many mention a few We can kinds gains that await the public. We are going to in Livingston :! -- Gt ecl " 99 s ' ": 1 "it 9 s ' a ,.. jo fc- - tear-dimme- d n 17 lbs. Standard Granulated Sugar $1.00: Pure Leaf Lard per Can of 50 lbs. $5.25 2-4- t. - . Compound Lard - - - per lb. c. Best First Patent Flour - per bbl. $5.00 e . mustttle . We want every man, woman and child to visit our -- B I " 9 OB . G for themselves STORE 00 m . came to the relief of Mrs. Mattie . ! Rfd.mond . Feb. the nth. of askVd the sheriff.' ' ;' 1 :Post-offic- e address All the buildings wre frame at her home in Cin SS.2LSSSaSaaSSSSS18SSSSS No, I'm not, Mx. Nicely", cin'&aU-ne'waMt. Vernon," Ky. and very old aud with the high replied Before her marGatiiff, "I couldn't do that JS I riflCUGH wind, the bucket brigade were Her We are certainly glad to here of science has been able to cure in while I was a hunted man. Onck riage Miss Mattie Joplin Carp of Thanks: We wish to all it t ages, and that is Catarrh, powerless. The loss will reach tired spTfitook its flight to '.he the good fortune of Jake Williams j down in Mississippi, I met a home not made with hands eternal express our thanks to those who Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only .v wbo-upoexamination was de $7ooo or $8000 with $4250 insurdaughter of the high.; sheriff of so faithfully to help us positive cure now known to the clared the valedictorian of his class, ance as follows. Mrs Miller, the county, , whom I liked mighty in the heavens and while we worked could .notjwish her .back in this save our hpue hold effects from medical fraturnity. Catarrh being of the Somerset iosj about $4000, insurance $2250; j wejt Sue-likeof thirtv-fiv- e NKy. C mei too. .fcnt-I a constitutional disease, requires a High School. He also won the m. j. Miner loss and damaged, ! could not do her the injustice to suffering 'world, we grieve to know V. t.ii' MBS- - R' W: Dvche. v constUntio-fla- l annual oratorical contest, last week $120 with $8:0 insurance and Dr. ouany ucr, wniie was unr er this that wa wilj never; T"again bear her hkA.. . MR' treatinent. i OV. .. A -a.iuutjr ry " um.igeu iaoo cloud. It wouldn't have hppn Vltidlti nmno one was :n years ' PSSf 10 the prize lor which js a handsome ";"-"- VU.W.A3, ..tu iuic4uanj, j viauu Whether .right. I have met several o'th'er hold'jL'tmehsber of the-- vjnnsiian J given each year bv Mr. '5bteold.ed-i; 1200 insurance. acting directly upon tne blood and , .. l 'any .v. .u iue . - .Uavi.4MB -"w '1 "J? j ur uafnntr people ;buildorweare .uariies exnecr us rr--- tnrls in m. nandornoc . .mill.MII JE'It Church. Mav the and rct i;t.ti 5 lW&IUS. "k jtaugons surfaces of. the system,; "U t ah f liked b.StI; fever, thought': 'oftoWrher loving breast. The" $106 REARDJSioo, but.it 4 kka a t .).... ai Til rfl j m T l. '"? re auu aic is very eviaentfht a Jibtel build- thereby, destroying th foundation lucua awt.uMiu a marrian. certainly proud to hear -- of bis lngsw; ill go upright away by somerG;atliffVw,as:tere'asedtMdnday on a mains were, taken to Hamilton "The readers of tiis "paper will be Lofihe disease, and giving the 4 circumstances an'p conditions $2,000 bond, and is now with his Qhio for burial. .aero showing. ai nieasea insi '" . c"ea r ' disease is.tfcat patient 'strengjh. by building up l Awilldemand it?' , mother'. Written. b,verHvnt, Mrs. J8mes las. ireidv and asfiistiBg Ad. , the coBStitutioa Wr , Kickete. V & rv' . ? &. ft-.2 sKL. 5ox.f':, '?? i, f. ::tJte4" :; . . F. L. Thompson, y"' Administra'tbV, " Iheltirid. inatcb cigarette or somethine of start." " - . "Are you married, Mose?; '14'-- -- LIVINGSTON, KENTUCKY .. ... . !L:!!:....kUiiiiii'''!!'!!!!!!:::!:!:i:;?;!M ZZr.ZAKZM&AAftA --v A. H. HAMLIN I .....?. .j ZZ .. .iiiiii.,:'.::;: SS:"!- - M.BAAA A . I s i ; -- n "A " 4UK-0- jc , m nature iu doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers thai they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case mat it tails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENNEY & CO. Toledo. O. Sold by all druggist, 75. Take Hall's Pills for constipation la-iear-v - . -- - . if li -- Chiidre.11 Cry -i si & J -- Sjf V. TLXS; 3& - ?TOR ECU FLETCHER'S J. 3-' - "i f sv . Jg V- ,." ', 1 j.' .' JT'-- J. -- ' ffr t-- -- 'X&f&j Ji i: T - T $ i "' .r 'J1 'J tiIAi- - mif&?---- - ?'s&mr ",r iV a vi .- -, . nn-- - ,tiiTci?S - 1 g ? jV, And ."' . hichet.t bidder, on a credit of six1. .,,. WIW1 p011?,, 7"11i'. months the i..llowh.K d scribed DU,,"inf l' AteI 111 S'... 9 Rockcastle -real estate 'located rre tti t hit "S ' Ci""so. -county Kentucky and on the purcnasea " Oj mis. l'liui ps, waters of Round Stone creek, and Also the following Anne peisonal. I rtartcc to tc:.e ibis rrrnc-dother dropped the bottles , I had bounded on the Nortu by the land A doctor takeniooke i r. rr. I "coaU i"rel myself gaininje. so I TV n ?, ' am rr.T.; ., H Hays, deceased; on the , "i'"1?" V1 , , dcad- -I rcaUy believe it &aved inyliiO.' 1 . -, i miLi i.inow than in twenty ilE3.Scorr. East by the lands of A. M. Sex high, black and gray in color, and ton and John Marical; o"h the namedPete and Mike, one mule South b lands o: W. B. Sigmon colt, one year old, bey in col r, v. ' and on the West by the lands ol, named Bill; one 13 sslf contained u W. B. Sigmon. John Davis a n, boiler, 12195. m nuiac- ano is tne same iann tured K number ko u. The Kussel co .also one '- owned by Matilda Hays deceased j, Qne f fa at the time of her death Bou6 g i'jsiitution, Our loans are made right hero at m L fle 'This hank is a horn? with approved securely beaung iolf ,,Q .,.,. UM(. fQ Wll.., n. 'Mhomu to our farrars sind business men. It is a home institti-ioUCU UUIOC LitJV.Ci OUlllIU IXIXIly six percent interest from date till Altham & Taylo engine, ( j.oj)le. We will pay you rood interest on your idle uur paid and having the force and effect one Sox44 Svfim.lb SI.ikj .. deposit and then pay your bills with your, personal Altha u & Taylor 5'of of a judgment will be required ol erator, allot' said j roperty loca ed 2c1i-h:Ic- . is wry simple, eoirvenient and suw. Call and we gladly ex-Il the purchaser, and payable to me in Rockcastle County, Ky of a checking account. You will always nlam the many as; as Commissioner. h iav a i ...it'i-t!. whi.-'- i i naot b j disi) .in. 1 lu endorsed cheek, wm. i I will lir&t sell the personal Bidders will coma prepared to '(i(...:n i. .... .t ..... l in.jiniwHlilfk ntMinf if h nn.MTi.mt. nf t,?it l)?H ? t x'rtt property abo e described, and if comrl, wi,h ,l,ese re,,uiremen,S -- .. U ,n-t .v same is not sfticiei.t to pay the v ,-- ,;. U . ,- ,re;,U. I, ,o . , it m.'iv ho lost or stolt debt, interest and cost in full I i. m ill ry it ui v'ir p'.;k-- t or Injure U at it e .ra't-er!i will then sell the real estaie. with y:u. over in aih! lei us l.tlk will be sold to COMMISSIONER'S SALE. property Ci-ci-2-- fJ, i'-r- s , - spnsuiinn nt irrjtnh.licv or flashes, dizzy spells, or msiiy ether symptoms of female "cskaefj. ttPhJnd. hot rr, f .J......!.... rtnrl inflaTYimnf lOR should Jbe treated vrnn ur. rje.oe-- lienor. corrected and if ,i . :rrarfl.rirv and weakness of the female systemupon young tr.c Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prcscr.pUcn. The strain strengthened with age-u- pon the nen;c and blood forming structurcs-na?- be or the woman of middle time to taKe this restorative tomo too great for her strength. This Is the over forty years sold by drugls 'nd nervine and regulator. For distressing ailments. The ore remedy so perfect , fdr womb's peculfar weaknesses and : . - .... ... .. u. "- - ITfc ok tn warrant in composition biu b printing its every ingredient on its outsioe its makers in remedy which absolutely contains neither wrapper. The g drugs. alcohol nor injurious or Following icier selected at random from a large number of similar ones and cited merely to illustrate these remarks : "In the winfr of 1993. 1 became weatly run down and irregular, ! J. vrritc. Kus. Hemey Scott, of Swan nut- Mich.. Route J. Bo t!to noc- 1 at - resoivcc to apply to 'oKly but are! rrew .vorte. Thodccto saU I haJ rfiamniation. cnlarjrcmcnt and laccr- lor help in 1k,1 clcvon v,erks and Rot no better, ihe doctor said . atio'i. I wai. not listen. wouM isave w hava an opera ioo. but to tat I would Prescription.Kyhuthen Favorite ifc ' band imrcfcas i two bottles of IDr. Pierce'swalk across tho floor, but after cov.!d net . T nM-cm- difference in most ." thev sutler irom DacKocne, ncuMuiu.,, clar M mnixy,E?!TlTTarwomen. They are troubled with :2iSaJ8SSS3S ,. c.y, -- COMMISSIONERS ''ptf.-ek"- -, ........ - !: - - - - -- - - .. if, s .. '? ..,J bu :,, habit-formin- ing regular County Courl day. ou a credit of six iiiunths, the I'ollow- ing deicribed real a an ie.Mnil property . located in Wildie, Rockoidei ol tale of .the Rockcastle castle (Jounty, A certain tract cf land located Circuit Cturt 'rendered at its last iu tneTown of Wildie, Rockcastle Jdtiujry term, I will, on the 26th County, Cy , and bounded as fol .iay of Febu-arbetween 1012, nVlnpl" A W lows: Ou the east by William Ho fit on ind three oVock P. M. at thei Sandige, on the west by Mr. bum Phillips, the north by the iuio, in Mt. loor of the on the s.outh the bounty Road, Vernon. Rockcastle county Ken-- ' containing one half (fc) acres, tucky, sell at tublic outcry to lhe; A. Hays, Plaintiff. vs. In Equity Defendants James Hays Et al iiy virtue, of a judgement, and B. ; y SALE. r , .... . A.'M.ttnci lour o oiuuicf. M., -. i - J ..... -- - him i.i - ' KMHkiMti be- - vvli'iiCJKa j T Court-Hors- e, ",f - V '"o. 1.1-k-i Fred Mullins is at the beduide of his father. E. Mullins, whoi remains very sick. The merchants of this plae seem to be doing a very good business. Tom Bowl?, of Dauo, passed through enroute to Livingston Saturday. John Lear, ol Carico, was wtth the merchants ol this place last Week. Aliss Dora Mullins visited Miss mill Edith Morris last week. Sarah A. tQf" Mullins and children spent Sun , I Chiidrarc Cry for 7 -- ySSS & s?i Fletcher's mz&P-- f 'St v:-- i; C"&FszV-&- r U,f arsa W& yio ife3 t. KS ts i? - im t VS.- k . --k r tK-e- - !. ". ( . I ,- day wiih Mrs. Mattie Mullins. Mrs. Letilia Drew and daughter, Miss Awa, of Robinet, visited Mrs E. Muhius. of this place, last week. Misses Ada Mullins and PearL ! The Kind Y"-.- Havo Alwayj Bought, and wMcn Las been in use for over 30 yeara, lias borno the signature of has hecn made under his per-P conal supervision since Its infancy. uzSPj; 4tri;s.ite Aliowno one to deceive you In this. are hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-goo32xpcrisac?:ff that triHo with and endanger the health of Infants anci Children Experience against Experiment. i :CSvKS ad rt&rr-5S3E issssmss d" a1 n w r1 w.m rs j?m iht m. I snmismm 'mnnimnin ' I " 9m Ins6itufeifi I ..',. fr l:o-ut- . T 4 , 1 1 honu-Cou- ti ,, 3 ,t fi , :.--3 s TrlE SANK OF BAT. I.VCOKPOKATKU.) VEROs, MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. Walter L. Adams, i Guardian of Ksraer Sigmon, Earnest Sigmon and hio Plaintiff Sigmon. oner's . j pSfcKrmKaS3Bi ffTVTrwrrrr ' 'iT 'i"'T f lrBSMfJip-'MBr'ite- EiiggyiKsaBagraaBasBgs?!, mjrsiZtt I " 12 GAUGE, MODEL 11 1 4.1. ." A.. H m...Jl TIT xnis new vvincnesier iias an uic yuuu puuiio ,4T of other recoil operated shotguns andA many distinct- ji .iiiung man ty lve tearures ana improvements uebiues. WiCKel steel construction, wnicn gives surpassing strengtn ana jr.je safety; and a reloading system that will readjustment. handle all safe loads without T a. A. f Loading fin rt t "x- t.-r- c r. a1J Loci one ever at your dealer V or sen J to the IVtnehetler Repeat-tn- e Arms Co tiea Haven. Conn , (or a descriptive eirtular. IT VORKS VIilrL VITITALL elASsv . . LOADS. zW'W zsrr&Si. "Jones,' tells me that his wooden leg pained him terribly last nigbf. Nonsense!" ''How could leg pain him?" UI ROCKCASTLE CIRf ''His wife, hit hiai over the COURT. head with it.' " r dj Qv Plaintiff "I'm rather glad vou dropped F flt.k nvalii-rill c?iv t n rv 1 c Sale. Commissioner's in, old man; when a fellow feels fnllnwina npsp.vihprl i.wn t.rnrhs. rl ' Iue and lonesome he's ready n land, located in Rockcastle Count v ' Annie Hopper, Mary . Ky.. on tlie waters of Scaffold Susan Watson, Ben velcjuie almost anybody, even a 'Cane, and bounded as follows: Mobley, Mu'ie M. yellow dog beats nothing." First tract: "The first tractu-,,- , j : Sale. Esmer Sigmon etc, Defendants By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the 'January term i9i2, thereof, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the Court House in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County Ky.. to the highest and best bid-- ; at public auction on Mondav. the 26th. day of February ;19l 2. between the hours of nine o'clock A.M. and four o'clock P.M.,! being , egular Comity Court day VS:-Commissi( i Anderson spent Saturday night and Sunday with their cousins, Miss Edith Mt rris. Mr. Cook and also M. Johnson, of Berea, were through here the first part oi the week calling ou our merchants. Thomas Dorgherty, of Robinet, spent Sat.irdaj uight with relatives Durham Rev. Thomas here. preached nt Cave Ridge Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Bob Mul- lins visit, d his cousin Herbert Anderson Saturday night.Wonder what has heiome of your corressatisfy the above named plaintiffs. pondent from Griffins Mill? He, The Russel Co., in the sum of must appear more often in the debt $568. 12, interest 99 27, and future than he has in tte past. cost and probabl-cos- t $3o.oo, Total amount $744 79 GOOD "WORKER por the purchase pries the BLAMMIV: A my heart lor severe "I blammed purchaser must execute bond with distiess in my lelt side for two smnrnwrl surntv. hoarincr intf-.os- t years," wi! .s W. Evans, Danville, from day of sale until paid and Va., "but I fcnaw now it was having the force and eittct of a as Dr. King's New Life judgeme: t. Bidders must be Pills completely cured me." Best for prepared to comply with the stomach, liver and kidney troubles. n.'rmc constipation, headache or debility. G. S Griilin. 25c. at Unas. . uavis. 9-; i J wd 35; goric, Drop and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains licit iiei Opium, Hlorphino nor other Narcotic suhslnnec. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and alias's faverishness. Ifc euros Diarrhoea and "Wind Co3Ic. It relieves TeetLing Troubles, cures Constipatiou and Flatulency. It assimilates tbo Food, regulates the SLnm.ich and 35oAveLs, giving healthy and natural sleep. TJ10 Cliildi-cu'Panacea The Iklother's Friend. s Cagtorui is CASTORIA What Is substitute for Castor Oil, Parea hnrmless GENUINE ' CASTORIA jft Bears the Signature of ALWAYS Tin-abov- The KM You Have Always Bought tn Use For Over 30 Years maj&f&sas'rtG THE CrHTAUR COMPANY. TT HUHRAr STREET. NEW YORK CITY. indi-qestio- Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court SALE. mm.s '?" mmmmmmmmmmmmY.mYj$ is Mx. VdKKUN CASKET CD. , I COMMISSIONER PRACTICAL -- dr en UMDERTAKlRSg . 3 2 A"gy' .' nrLt. ieZjaau;BnTiif7jr Lejr . . 7 'iJlMtaJilliyi-- jg.. iv I .. --K'y Bisrji . fK -- S.- r. ittt vri niL. f JX.T. A 11 - TT?rrr Aix. yj AX A AND L31.IAL11KRS Mt. Vernon, Ky. COASKETS COUCH RET-Coffins and Robss. Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of work for the company. ir Orders by wire promptly tilled. Hearse sent to all points ! ! m W&s I W& w k 1 r--U They need no introdactioti to the man who 3hoots. These old, reliable "yellow" shells have been in use more than 50 years. record is equalled only by their Their "sure-fire- " record for infallible accuracy. Clean, black powder loads. rrompt a.id snappy ignition. fe5 No. 2 famous . nlamrL-UM"i,?fLrw mer is me reason. -j. . Sa jTi 'M'W . lhe - C pri- - h?ir , V .i" t 2S9 Brcadwtj, New York Gty fK!?5SS5Jtr!'-',!i??j- f iSi25JSSsai?.J.S&c? Tt5 a 9 WINTER TOURIST TICKETS - I Jr1 1- - KJf ALL EQUIPMENT ELECTRICALLY pc I -V- AND ALL, SOyTHSRI1! RSS0?!T IA: iJ A-L- n . DINING CARS SERVING ALL MEALS A CARTE LIGHTED GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1912. FQH FULL PARTICULARS, H. C KINO, Passenter G. S. Griffin, 'Ionian will risk her life to protect Master Commissioner Rockit. No great act of heroism or risk CJUX OH AHY TICKET AGENT, QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE, ' of life is necessary to protect a child castle Circuit Court. . OR VB1TE from croup. Give Chamberlain's and TicbH A&at, 101 E. Main St, LEXINGTON, KY. jp Cough Remedy and all danger if How to cure a cbid is a question aoided. For sale ,by Chas. C in which many are inteiested" just aessasK-Davis. uow. Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy has won its great reputation and inpnense sale by its remarkable COMMISSIONER'S SALE cure for colds. It can always be depended, upon. For sale by ROCKCASTLE CIRC UI T C. 0. Davis. COURT. j les aud 0n(is Flsh Uufrndants the Scaffold Cane and Reid's course! By virtue of a and yard road; thence South with said Gad's line to a stake in order of sale of th Rockcastle Lutz's line; thence with his line a tjircuit court, rendered at the west course ton stone in Blazer's v term 1 jli. tnereor, 1 line; thence a north course with said line to an old buckeye corner: ha11 P'ceod to oner for sale at ihenco with said line a wet the front door of the Court course to a stake in center ol Housf- in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle branch; thence with the rueaiders Counrv Ky. to the highest and C I, of the branch and line of public auction, on Viars. a north course to",, forks best bidder at Monday the 2bthday of February of a branch below the bridge; hence up the left hand fork ol 1912 between the hours of nine said branch 10 a stake 111 th: cen o'clock a. m. and four o'clock d. ' ter or raid; thence with center m. being regular County Court ' of road and line ot W. C. Vt.rs to tliebuginning, containing4o teres, day, on a credit of six months, more or less. A road is reserved the following described "real along the line between J, S. Gari estate, located in Rockcastle and this boundary. county, Kent; cky, on the Second tract: The secon tract waters of Little Clear creek, and 's thus bounded: LJ giu ing at at a stone in the line of blazer bounded as follows: Beginning on two white oak nnd the corner of Owens' survey; to'u stumps and a black oak bush; thence S 44 W 16 p les stone, fo .'owing tie old original hence a straight line to line of tl t former survey; thenc. stone corner at county road; stone; S57E24 12 po.esa to arunning ibence the old line east to a white S 6r w poles to stone with a fence; thence S 81 y2,i 80 oak stump on a ridge near the 'poles and 12 links to a stone, road; thence a southern direction runn ng with a fence thenre N to a white oak corner of S. D j&7 fi 49 poles to a stone in the Saylor and Owens; thence S W ine of J. S. Gud-ithe center of to th6 beginning, containing 00 he old road; thence N6j4V8l poles with Gad's line which is the acres, more or less. center of the old road to the cor- - Sarah J.. Mobley purchased jiier of Oweus' survey in Gad's this tract of land from J. J. Wren line; thence N 89 W 57 pole? to a Jan. 4th. 1898, and deed to same stone; thence N 68 W 23 poles t to the ou tside line to the beginning. is of record in Deed Book No containing twenty acres, more 01" I5 page 249, in the Rockcastle County Clerk's office. less. 'Only the interest of Adkins For. the purchase price the pur chaser must execute bond wit Knuckles in the above described approved security, bearing inter nnrl will hn sold. Tir th day of B. est fromthe forcesale until paid of a purchase price the purchaser having and effect judgment. Bidders must be pre must execute bond will approve pared to comply with these terms surety bearing interest from day G. S. GRIFFIN. of sale until paid and having,, the Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court force and effect of a judgment. Bidders must be prepared to comply with these terms. 5 When her child is in dancer a I ! begmsat John Gad's corner . 111 1. j 'un.:,,6,,...' ' -- rs 5 S tan- - jitd-jineu- t W. T. FRANCSS, j , j j ;.,,. - gNv .??aK2!9&i Dentist ' Home and office in the late residence Dr. Myers formerly occupied on Old Main St., Mt. Vernon. H : nffi..o f Vornnn Ar.miTr.ininl Hnildino- - CaEUHUt uwe.ro&, mana.'er PHONE llyS r , ; .iuiiiiuiuiuiui!iiiiuiiiiiiimiiiuiiiiiuiimiUiU!iimiimiiK ' j j t i 1 C. C. MT. Williams, VERNON. " ATTORNFY-AT-LA- i& I 1 KY. On ard. floor o The Bank ot Mt. Vernon , on Church street. Speci il attention given to collections. v Phone No. So. JS-OFFI- Card &2.A 1 tfTTraiprt SV577 ?b!L2. WtLd. itag --1 a m. i7i 3".C.MeCLARY UNDERTAKER For nearly ten years, at different ! 3. Alary Jinks of Treadway, Tenn., suffered witii .wmai:... uoubles. She says; "At last, I took down and thought I wpuld die, J could not sleep. I couldn't eat. I had pains all over. The doctors save iocs ip. I 1. .1 th. Circi-- i :.ad helped so many, and ! bejsn- - to t:. it, z...d li cured me. Cardui 1 can do anything." saved my Lie! Now, i'-r.z- s, N.-E- . and EMBALMER 1 Th r&i 'xii& If you are weak, tired, c-: foman'sTonic wom-ou- t, j ; n Stanford, Ky. ffJagS&. ! or suffer from any of the pains peculiar to weak women, such as headache, backache, dragging-dow- n feelings, pains in arm, side, hip or limbs, and other symptoms of womanly trouble, you should try Cardui, the woman's tonic. Prepared from perfectly harmless, vegetable ingredients, Cardui is the best remedy for you to use, as it can do you nothing but good. It contains no dangerous drugs. It has no bad after-effecAsk your druggist He sells and recommends Cardui. ts. i Writs to: Ladies Advisory Dept, Chattanooga Aleditine Co.. Chattanooca. Teoa. for Special Instructions, and book, "Home Treatment for Woaea." sent Ires. J 54 ge R. W. DYCHi, 2 a-i- I MT. VERSON, KY. Office at residence on Main S' Crown and Bridge "VVorK Work guaranteed.-Specialty. DENTIST 1 .V$pL. .$?&' 4 C C 33C f-to- Sfcee&jct cswc i L Chas c :x&&jcxptc$&& 3cc ' ' L 3,V S I ucpsec ' - lfc ji Miiirr luw r4 Lf'X WL Stqt.es in tbis land of ours 1 F haro o ra nv.lv. aix. & iTAriEIS i; w (Hi) Our line of Couch (.ahkets 1 : Mount Vernon 1 - Al! orders Wi Phone 94 iS Commissioner's Sale. J. C. Rimell andL. Samantha (Joiiinsfurnislied Rimell his wife, Defendants. " Dr. Whitehall's N Byv virtue ofaoudgment jjj fjearse seufc to all parts of and or4er o' sale xtW& y juj Cirppit Crurt ripped Rockcastle RHEUMATIC REMEDY the County at the Fan- For 15 years a Standard Remedy for Kuary erpa. 1912, thereof, I rt shall . . w proceed to pffer for sale by Wire Promptly Filled all forms of Kheunutusm, lumDazo, Granite at the musclas, stiff or swollen front door of the Court Houka in ffon'"sore quickly relieves the severe Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, i paint: reduces the fever, arid eliminates tixmuo. Mi the system, ou cents Himd-maxl- G iguwxcll'Hi iE RUSSELtO. VS Plaintiff. Monument) RHEUMATISM I a, 1 -- Manufacturer Monuments Vtsfimono jjoumtt,a t . . of n and o all t fnttnioha.1 I aiaaaiiciam : i that sell Drugs, but the Drug Store for the people is the one that gives the purest drugs obtainable. Try us end let us pro.v ourselves the one. Yours, has j i j A ? : A'V " ' MT.' VERNON, KY - i ;- y ., w ioh, xuRpest ana best bidder 2Z ' A ' , - J' T at.P.RblicauiBtlon.' on Monday .the 26tb. .day of February, 1912, be- ween the hours of nine o'clock. yiepoisorMrgm a oox at druggists. tWrMm Frmm irtml Umx 1 on application C Pavts, Druggist .. IK Dr. fdla T WKWianrf-fMtrlwt- i IM iiiwytin 9 -r .111 HW t: IRS Phone 112 fr Jh,-- r- . jij. S -- " f v - :' M f h V . -- f-- ' -. . "", 'ifr - if 1tfctSTHal A .:? ?..