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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE inco-porate- lipsL COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 7. 1912. d; corn-trac- k - Established 1887 NUMBER 36 A fr VOLUME XXV. comes first so as to put all the cart is driven C03IM1 SSI ONER'S SALE hitched onto a hand operated The officers, managers and etc south of Nashville. The general "screenings" and dust into their system of operating these quarries It requires three men t feed the dynamo or battery which generates are as follows: ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT proper compartment ol the bins; crushet, Asher Cummins, Henry a sufficient charge of electricity to W. J. Sparks, president and are about the same. The quarry COURT. then follows the large sizes in ro- Hellard and Henry Henzman does explode all the charges simultane- general manager of W. J. Sparks, at Mullins Station is a double plant E. R. Spottwood dinky Co., tation. lower scree the track is run ously. The R. A. Sparks, that is there are two crusher outfits Son, .Pl&intiffs THE SPARDA PLANT already The first on holds out all1 on antrick. The tram the crusher, drills have air pressure or putting assistant manager aud complete. Sparks is arranging for elevation above mentioned, eeneral a capacity of pieces of stone that reJu es ta out ot way ot carts ana machinery down holes of any depth up to machinist; A. G. Bartlett, secretary a double plant. Capt. A. N. Vs y Commissioner's Sale GiuratoAr-iiDksokiiikd By pass through the three inches of cars so arranged that they are six feet. They are used principally, also manager at Sparda; R. A. Bentley has charge of the erection meshes and turns them into a "self dumping". When any of for maHug holes for "pop" shoot Welsh, foreman and time keeper, of bins etc., now under construct- W. P. Moore and J. W. Moore By James Maret. conveyor which carries them to the half dozen cars are loaded ing boulders that ire too large Mr. Weish is the original ballast ion assisted by Ernest Thompson Name and style of firm, W. P. Sparda, the storie crushing plant Moore & Son, Defendants. just out of the town limits South-We- the '"little" crusher which breaks and ready for pulling, the rustler for sleding of which there 'are man of Rockcastle, having first (jarhead) and James Anderson. By virtue of a judgment and them up to proper size and puts boy hooks on a cable and signals many after every Lucas Overbay is foreman at famished the L. & N. ballast big blast, of Mt. Vernon, took its order of sale of the Rockcastle name from the firm ot Sparks & them back on the elevator en route the engineer to turn on the steam. Tw0 of these machines are at work broken by napping hand hammers Sparks Quarry; Grover Johnson, Circuit Court, rendered at tl 0 to the, bins. There are two crush-et- One reaching the crusher the uere. They are small and in the year 1886 at Mt. Veinou on timekeeper and manager of quarry April , Davis, the founders of the workj; Term, I9I2 thereof, I shai, the takes a quick elevation of Dact weiebine orobablv 2? lbs. bnd a small scale. Robert Ping is and farm, George Durham clerk proceed to offer for sale at Puand little. The b ? four letters of Sparks and the Blake Taylor laski Station, in Pukuki County first two of Davis.; was established one is probably ten times as large about 65 degrees and that in con can be carried around by hand' by assistant foreman, on first level commfssarv clerk. Ky., to the highest and best bidSome idea of nection with a peculiarly arranged a handle. They are connected to and Luther Cummins fills same engineer. absorbed as the small one. lour years ago and later Mullins Station plant is looked der, at public auction, on Monday Meshack Co., in- its size may be had when it is "tail gate" of the car the load is a pipe by hose, the pipe is run to position in the '"pit". by the W. J. Sparks to weigh 70,000 pounds. dumped into the throat of the ever atr reservoir at; engine robm. Gentry runs the blacksmith shops after by Johnny Griffin foreman; the first day of July, I912, becorporated, and has. since been, in known tween the hours of 9:00 a. m. and other quarry The power to drive the crushers hungry stone eating machine; the One man operates a machine. The keeping the carts and drills in Albert Griffin assistant foreman; 4:00 p. m., the following described connection with machinery consists ot car tuen returns to pit by gravity .machine, cylindrical in shape has order including all other jobs R. L. Payne, time keeper Fred personal property: plants, operated by this company, and attached One 20 horse power boiler and a hundred engine puning tue caDie witn it and ac- a plunger or piston that makes coming to his department. The Mullins manager and partner in li'ilty acres of limestone comprises arid boiler under the charge of companied by the rustler. There something like water boys Eugene Taylor and commissary of Bartlett, Griffin & engine, Russel make, together 2000 strokes"'' or the boundary owned at Sparda 2 with that veteran engiueer and ma- are three forms ol drills being used more per minute. It has a socket Sam Bradley. Co., and Ed Owens clerk, rail- sell a No. Saw Mill rig of Ruswith enough stone fo keep the make, with all the attachat Jthis plant, the steam, gasoline into which a drill bit is introduced and general all ments belonging thereto, consistThe last, but by no means the road agent crusher running constantly for a chinist William Payne who is right there on his job at all times and air. Tue steam drills, of and the play of the piston on the least, to be mentioned in this around man. ing of one new Circular- - saw of centry. The usual force at this Expert fireman William Bradley which three are in use, cut holes head of the drill causes the cutting connection, is that ever good The Cluro sand Plant while Adkins make, and all' belting and point is about 8o men; the output cut off rig and lumber truck and who wields the shovel in putting anywhere up to depth of 18 feet while the exhaust of the air ' at hdmored Fred L. Durham who" so not so extensive a plant as the runs from fifteen to twenty cars of two to two and half inches in lower end of cylinder into the hble acceptably fills the. position and others but well equipped for the edger outfit of Russell make. per flay consisting oi nauasr, black diamonds under the boiler Said sale will be made for the The gasoline or big being drilled blows away the dust discharges the arduous wo.k of work is superintended by R. L. purpose of satisfying a judgment of making more diameter. concrete stone and screenings. has the reputation any man drill cuts a hole of five and halt of the cuttirg. The dinky drill at the office Payne who also has a position at in fuverof plrintiff for $1496.05, The ballast is broken to a size steam with less coal than inches in diameter aud can cut to men are George Farmer and W. and headquarters of the W. J. Mullins Station. in a wide scope of country. with six percent, interest from that will pass through a boiler the dtp:h of 2;o feet though 52 ft A. Rece. They usually fire from Sparks Co., at Mt. Vernon. His The Riversburg. Tennessee the 1st day of April, lg07, sub An air compressor and reservoir plate cylinder screen of three inch ject to the following credits: July is the greatest depth now nccessa so manifold it is plant js under the charge of Ed 1U 1007 SHU.31; Oct. 8, 25 to 35 pop shots at 11:35 a.m. duties are meshes or boles. The concreting is among the machinery to be l'J07. $87-8t limit of and about the same number The ry to go as thai is pre.-eJan. 9. Ig08. $07.00; April stone is crushed to a two inch size found in the engine room. at difficult to enumerate them, How Hardy who makes his reports to face exposed ledge. 6:10 p. m. These shots sound ever we will say that he keeps headquarters at this place. All 3O, 1908, $98.p4; June 20, 1908. and the screenings as that fine stone is brought to ct Usher in two The steam drills, of which like cannons. The darkeys he're track and account of every trans the above mentioned plants are $34.83; July 28, 1908. $88.22: Sept ways, one by horse carts and part of the product up to the size 8. i908. $34.57; March 13, I9u9, of a pea or a small marble and other by tram cars drawn by there are three in use, can also be with the Georgia minstrels last action of the company in sale visited every week or oftener by $97.g0; April 17, l!0a, $138.52; stone dust. This plant has two stationary hoisting steam engine. run oy air pressure; this is especial week received a considerable fright and shipment of all ballast, sand, Pres. W.'J. Sparks to see that May 21, lg09, $26.9C; June 8, 1909 in$72.37: July 10, laOg, $59.17; screens made in form of a The latter comes from the lower ly agreeable to the drill men in when they heard the booming screens etc., trom hve different things are properly done and structions carried out. April 80, 1912, $300. and the cost long and level or pit reached by an incline Summer time as the exhausting over the hills being under the im crusher plants; attends to all cylinder about ten feet With the exception of the Rivers- in this action expended. of goods purchased for the The pression that an attack was to;be In diameter. These railway which has various movable air is cold and pleasant. thirty inches Sale will be made on a credit in made upon them, having been commissaries, makes up pay, rolls, burg plant the company's office drill man steam screens are mounted in an incline switches, sidings and branches oldest of three months . here is in direct telephonic conposition and receive the crushed down in the bottom. The hoisting line of service on the works is told before coming here that in fact he is the auditor for the For the purchase price the. nection with any ot the foremen purchaser must execute boud whole push and a good one too. stone from elevator buckets that engine is in charge of David Tink Owens, the old powder man. negroes were not allowed in Following the ballast after it or employes almost any minute with approved surety, bearing lift the product from where it is Owens who seems proud of his He has been with the company mountain counties and that they interest from day of sale until job from the interest taken in his since its organization and is up in were usually chased out ahead of reaches the bins; cars from the of the day. discharged from lower part of the The employes at the quarries re- paid and having the forco and! work. The carts work on the his line of work. The usual cause guns and 44s. "upper" track are dropped down crusher. The first screen, which effect of a judgment. Bidders The other steam drills are in one at a time to bins and a ceive good treatment at the hands must be prepared to comply with takes in the "Grst level" a large portion of oi proceeding in steam drilling-is kept revolving, of the company and there has these terms. whole product from the big ma which has been cut away by "pit" to get on 18 feet in thickness and charge of Jobnathan Row and bailer iron chute is lowered an G. S. Griffin, working. Each cart has a man to putting down from a dozen to Tom Cliff who know how to do iron sliding door is opened, and never occurred a serious strike on chine sifts out the ballast and Master Commissioner, pn to a second lead or look after the animal assist twenty 18 foot holes from five to the work. The "big"tfrill is run the ballast pours in a stream, any of the works, although a few concrete stone Rockcastle CircuiftCourt. incipient attempts have been made elevator which carries it up 75 and four other men in loading the six lcet back from face of ledge in two shifts, night and day under regulated to run fast or slow as by unreasonable and contrary it and load them with sticks ot COMMISSIONER'S SALE a, ieet to the bins where a second vehicle take up to crasher where dynamite and exploders alt blasts cT urge of Burt Baker days, and desired until car is filled when it persons, and the remarkable thing & is run down to "lower or staring W. L. Cummins night. IscJ'een properly divides the stone tho "feeders" do the dumping of ROCKCASTLE CIRCTIT cocn c ed by copper wires whi(h from platform Gard jmdWjll j Hanswe; the track then follows other gars. about it is that the ring leader olaciue the various sizes in their load into crusher extcm. up over bluff and on to a COURT. wEb 'foments trouble is usually Uf t respective bins. This Screen h"a"s or floor built up on a levpr with cabin or place of protection from car men ind Monroe Francisco At 1:3(5 or thereabout every ; . . Plaintiff R. Carter, week days, foreman of the the man or men who have received John three sections, the finest portion top of the machine, onto which fa 1 ng rock where wires are cable boy. various quarries call the "office at favors at the company's hands by Vs Commissione'8 Sale. Mt. Vernon by telephone and being carried through the winter commissary supplies, rents, give to bookkeeper car numbers on Defendant'. J. W. Sams, of loads ready to move. The doctor bills, when unfortunate or Byvirtuoof a judgment and bookkeeper in turn gives in re there was no work for them to do. order of sale of the Rockcastle These enterprises have been ot Cir uit Court, rendered at the turn billing instructions which vast benefit to our county and its April Term, 1912 thereof I shall may be Covington, Paris, Richproceed to offer for salt) at the " A mond, Lancaster, Lebanon Junct- people and all are glad to see the front door of. the Cauvt House in ion, E'town, Middlesboro, or all splendid success of the under Mt. Vernon, Rockonstlo County, these places and many inter takings. Thousands of dollars are Ky., to the highest and best bidbeing spent for new and improved der, at public ouction, on Monday mediate stations. Pay day is usually on or about machinery, buildings and added the 24th day of June, 1912, between the hours g:00 a. m. and the 20th of month following' the conveniences are being made at the, 4tS0p. m being of various plants thereby increasing Court day, on regular County month in which service is ren a credit of six dered. In case a man , wants the facilities for a greater pro- montlis, the following described real estate, located in Rockcastle payment before regular payday, a duction and output. President and general manager County, Ky., in tho town of Liv"punchout" stating amount due him will be, issued him any day. W. J. Sparks and his able assistants ingston, and bounded as follows: On the north This punch out slip is regular- - are to be congratulated upon their on tho east by by Main Stvefit; a lot owned by numbered in duplicate and signed able and practical management of Egbert Hays; on tho south by a demand f c been r by and is current at Rockcastles greatest and most street, and on the west by a street. any of the stores the same as cash; successful enterprise. and prepared were never ever For tho pi rchaso price the or in case the man desires cash purchaser must execute bond so to he is given a discount check for ENDS HUNT FOR RICH GIRL. with approved surety, bearing of course the amouut due less a small dis after Tt and Often a bunt for .1 rich wife ends interest from, day ofsalo until count if issued in same moath in when the man meets a woman paid and having the' force and of go after get Mwraso effect of a, judgment. which labor is done; if issued any- that uses Electric Bitters. Her G. SGriffln, time in month following the dis- strong nerves tells in a bright to bJbKLrJi tellow betore v" Muster Commissioner, The checks brain aud even temper. count is cut half. Her Rockcastle Circuit CrurL is ; to are cashed by the banks stores peach-bloocomplexion and ruby MOVE ON NOW! Tha lips result from her pure blood; without further discount. wages paid for labor runs from her bright eyes fiom restful sleep; says a policeman o a street crowd, to 19 cents per hour, ac- her elastic step from firm, free and whacks heads if it don't. 13 muscles, all telliug of the health " cording to the class of labor. and strength Electric Bitters give "Move on now, says the big, harsh Eleven hours are worked during a womnn, and the freedom from mineral pills to bowel congestion tlie long days and no friction arises indigestion, backache, fainting and and suffering follows. Dr. King's from the fact all are paid by the dizzy spells they promote. Every- New Life Pills don't bulldoze the They gently persuade where they are woman's favorite bowels. hour. remedy. If weak or ailing try tbem to right action, aud health One of the late enterprises to be are offering follows. 23c at Chas. C. Davis'. them. 50c at Chas. C. Davis'. added to the Sparda qurry is a Blue Serge Serges are A machiue for fertilizer plant. grinding and pulverizing limestone fade, tojdust of almost then consistency hold shape. to Owing to flour or corn meal. WHOMCSALK AND llKTAir, machinery having some of the gone astray in shipment the installation ot the planet has been . The outfit will greatly delayed. be ready to start now within next few days when shipment of this TOj. product, will begin to farmers of uounty Merchants save tfBJfilQUr, TIME and MONEY JO0 in getting their supplies from us the blue grass and other portions i of state where it will be used as a ' LET US CONVINCE YOU land plaster or fertilize which is claimed by experts to be a very BUY veluable addition to the land. The five crusher plants owned and operated by the company are located as follows: near Mt. Vernon Sparda, Sparks Quarry, Mullins Statiou, West Main Street near-Kai- l road Crossing Cluro, sand quarry just South of . W Sinks and Riversburg, Tenn., KY. Ux.l OURi LARGEST ENTERPRISE r' r I st s, horse-pow- er Auditor-Book-keep- er 5; n te s A alter-noo- n, " t?f 1EVEG0T There has 1 V 1 THE BLUES THREE LINES OF BLUE SERGE the greatest t MEN'S BLUE SERGE better known, we CLOTHES that was busy handing them out We anticipated meet this demand, and BLUE SERGES, and we went this demand and getting what we got 'em! We have the HABIT gets the other ting it it We have BLUE about our $20 but this particular talk SUITS at $8.50 time-keepe- clothes; " FOR BOYS Fine? SUITS at $10 $12 and We the CHOICEST 15 BLUE and PRODUC- SERE FANCY SUITS KnICKER TIONS the guaranteed not to guaranteed fit and World that guaranteed not to break, their NEW ENTERPRISE SHIRTS ARROW BRAND monarch $1.50 Collars 15c $3.50 Flour - Meal - Sfripstuff - Hay Corn - Oats and Field Seeds Arrow Shirts Two For 25c $TJ0 WE CROSS TIES SUTTON M & iiii -- McBEE ADAMS & GRIFFIN TftE BUSIEST SPOT IN MT. VERNON WOT I: 1i MT, VERNON, 1 : mw fflt? ." i4fe .lwvv . tt.jn lA ) ' M ! '&v 4 4V '. n,; 'X Tim rifnHiTiiii "--: ""'"V"? ll'lVliit h'tlllMMlif ' 1"A J? wdMffy Wo ,?& - grffi., Sheriff's Sale Estate , inn v1 '' MT. VERNON SIGNAL Friday, June 7, 1912 CHAS- - c "' DAVIS PLEADS FOR llUODJIEAD. PIKES. dl RealKf , Mr. tltld Mrs. A. M. Hiatt, at Pike Rockcastle is our slogan. never saw our people so enthu- tended the commencement exerHy virtue of execution No. 719 directI cises at Mt. Vernon, last week. (Jlerk'n me which issued siastic over any oue thing in all Tilden Frith and family havo ed to of tho Rockcastle from the Court In oftieo Circuit by Published every Ftiday my life as they are on the question moved to Harlan, where they will favor of K. J. McKlnney ojrainst S. J. aat i fciai it uJtnl Klnley, I will of pikes. Every since the three make their future home. Wallace June', '1012, on Monday, hours day of EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. of 11 the lctcen miles of pike has been completed Haggard and Henry Anderson o'clock n m, and 4 o'ulocK p in, ut the were in Mt. Vernon, last wcpIc court house door, in Mt Vernon, I of leading into the timber and coal county, Ky, expose for Bale to Etta Cablo attended the com$I.OO region oi our county, it is constant- mencement ut Mt. Vernon, last thoi highest bidder the following deUBSCRIPTION ONtt YKAR ' of General Merchandise of purchased ly on everybody's tongue, lets do week. Mary Lear of tho Hiatt scribed property, or so much theieof an may bo necesusry to sitisfy the plalntlft 's more cf it. So we most assuredly was the guest of Mattyo Advertising rales made known on can, as this is all our county and section, last week. Mr. and Mrs debt and cost, In the following lands undivided share street where I will be Owens, application H H. Hutcheson are the guests subject to the life cstuto therein of ours to do as wo please. Kiulcy, widow of Sum Kimcy eo cusplease all deceased, located iti Kociccastlc county, Next November is our chance to of Dr. and Mrs Urovuiy.-u- utonL to serve .T!irrttfr. Wna in sMirt Inn a part of tho David liethurum, Sr, farm, . . show our colors; our most worthy w ,., v..,,ftn f on Dry Valley, of Dry ForK, f SlCegu'' line MKMBKROF magistrates have certainly shown to Livingston Sunday. J. T. Cherry Creek, and bounded as follows: r expect carry nice, clean, up-to-dat a stone corner, near tho top of ASSOCIATION our people what they will do, so was up from Crab Orchard, bun KENTUCKY PRESS the hill on the west side of the farm opEdna sell lets fix things so they can do still day .Qiiftfl and Mollie Owens posite the first cross fence above the conservative propose tlir rvnaoiD rf title It tifnfn more. My understanding is that ho use, said stone stands In cousin,' Etta Sowdei Sunday J,'in are asoutside east line of David Bethur- every county official from the thir Groceries Goods, Mrs Harvey Owens Of May lowliest constable in the far awav wood, is visiting relatives here. ,utm br mpT . M'c.heal 1!t"m"'i"di,ra,nl; choose corner of the county to the Judge sured of clean, well-select- ed I. N. Marlow, Earl Shiver and , poles boiineiuuruiii, Hienceoooiloo j wuu sua upuu wie uigu piace uj iuauiu stuu.ru weru up irpm oisu- - to a, stake with pointers near by Pit I our city, are for it, so why not ioru aunaay.uwen uass was up mn.8 cole t0 be In Smith's to strike while the iron is hot. If we from Stanford. Sunday. Brack oulglde Unei thence w 44 K 52 LIVINGSTON. Durham was with home folks wIth near 0ui corner etc., be line of saddlery, should wait till all the enthusiasm Sunday. Bertha Thompson of a poplar yards I)0intersand southeast best and above about 60 of dies down it will he harder to ex- Crawfordsville Ind.. is with hurifeinltn'soiu oat bank said to bo his Mr. R. L. Thomas, of Win-- ' plain need of found in the road proposition to those ,.miain Mntf.im riivono fnn n fom coiner and corner ulso to Pitman's 05 Chester, is in our town this week few who are not entirely educated days. She is on her way to acre survey i thence his lino whicli is K 88 poles to a popiur uii hmith's, V looking after his lumber that is on that line. Notice if you please Level Green, where she will old corner, thence w itli I'itmnu s lino line the He will ship who it is that being cut hero. month with her grand- N 17 to n stone Opposite Mild cioss is constantly calling spend a in fence above John Lewis' old lion.se several cars to Winchoster where tor some way for better roads and mother. Mattyo Aadims was thence, with the said cross fence to the near the Graded School building Mfc. Vernon, last bciiiulut,' containing loo acres be the he will build 11 large planing you will find him to be n man who Mnrefchui'ir and Mrs Ellen Mahaffey and s ante more or less. week. mill. J. W. Baker, of Mt. Ver- stands for the right on nearly all Uncle John Sowder, are spending The above sale will be made upon a for a public affairs. Wnere is non, was herd Monday baring months with appnneil the argu- a few davs in the country, the credit of 3amount of debt interest surety. The and lot of cross ties inspected. ment against piking every mile oi guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. cost Id J39.o8. Blanford, of LaPollette our grand old county? We are Walter T. J. NICELEY, S. R. C. the Owens. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tenu.. is visiting his brother best people on earth and there is McGlenn of Louisville, are the Succossoi to guests of Mr and Mrs. A M. ' A small boy, astride of a donkey, C. A. Olanford, of this place nothing too good for the best. I Hiatt, and Allen Hiatt and family It. L. LANGFOKD. was taking some supplies to an App Taylor was in Williamsburg feel like some of our friends, when Wallace Haggard and James camp and got theie just as a Monday. Tip Singleton has a thev say they don't know whether Frith attended the Commence- nriny space each week. position1 with th Rail Road Co., ment, at Berea. Urban Cass detachment of soldiers, preceded it would be beat to float bonds or .Ky. Mrs. I. B. not, that they wculd not say that and Frank Ward, were in Maret by a band, was marching past. The lad dismounted and held the Hayes tia returned from Paris when they give it the second burg Saturday night, calling on girl. Thomas where she was called on account thought. If the citizens who pay their best MnnrinvMrs Pnwlanrl. bridle of the donkey tightly in his 1&f. Parma fni uan( of one of grandchildren being the high are for it, why is not where she will spend a few days "Why are you holdiugj" onto tery sick. the poor man in favor oi it when It hftforstie returns 'to her h mo your brother so hard?" asked a Miss Lyda Cook is visiting sts him absolutely uothing, but at LebanonJunction. Win. Fran relatives' at Mt. Vernon this Jon the other nana iurinslies him cis,co was at Keavy, near Corbin, group of soldiers who were up a tombStO C Mrs. iffn,,rnnH wntitH n tMw..fi For Salk: I have decided to l 'week. Frank and Harry .'A work, and as to the man that owns Imma Farris of Crab Orchard, is 1 i gd to farming ajd will sell my snw who havo positions in Louisa small poor farm, that he thinks the guest of Mrs. "Henry m he tt"&lit en,lst llke mill with band saw complete, .16 It. this high at two or three dollars per acre, ville are with homefolks Charlie Chandler of Bromo, is week. W. M. Nichols, of Corbin what if the county will his brother Dock. Mr. and his uucle Cull McClurc did" said gocd line shaft with milleys 2 make a good with Thos McGlonn and Mr with mandrels and will sell Mrs. the lad without battiug an eyelash. washdro Monday. Mrs. R. J. pike right by $J,O0O What taen Allen Hiatt and daughter Miss 300.000 ft. of timber about 100,000 Lemonds and daughter, Miss will he say about the land? He DEAFNESS CANNOT BE Minnie spout the day Wednesday, ff Give yourself, n note It. cut in the woods and on the Elizabeth, are in Louisville this will at once think moreof CURED his place, with Mr. and Mrs. Cash Hiatt, S for $1,000, due in W ill also sell a large mill yard. weok. J. B. Hayes is sick this yes ten times more of it Mian ever near Hiatt. Willie Holman and by local applications, as they c.i.-nfour years. Plan to ' 'week. J. W. McHarguo, of Pine reach the diseased portion ot olk of work oxen weigh 3,000 lbs. belore. Now, are we going to let Willis White, of 'Crab Orchard, pay it, off in monthly Hill was visiting his daughter, in town Sunday. There the ear. There'is only one wav and two log wagons. Will sell those golden opportunities pass by were be some installments of $20. must attraction for the to cure deafness, and mat is by Mrs. L Of Falin Monday. J. cr are we going to grasp them like Crab Orchard boys W. 0. Tur- - constitutional remedies Dealne.ss for a bargain to the riglit man i. Doposjt your payments H. Walbon recoived a messago a business people should. Take pen was over from Mullin Station ' is caused by an inflamed onditiou sold at once. in this bank, on savThe timber is on' from Burgin Sunday that his the man who hauls coal, lumber Saturday and Sunday. Hazel ol the mucous lining fo.' the ings account... . ' . -- . what was part of the George .. ?.. brother Rev. Frank Walton was and other material ,for a livelihood Reynolds haS returned hone ' Eustacbian'Tuhe. When tlii tube mm. miles from very low. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. E. over our roads to day and is inflamed you have u rumbling Ltvesay farm 3 irom Mt. vernon, wnere sue ask him been attending school, for th2 l.?...r.4 na !mna.fai.l liun.l.n. make and the inter 11.1 Drummonds. after a weeks visit ui iica.iii, anu Maretsburg and five miles from what he can earn with bis team and last six months Mr, and Mrs. auuuu it istujji.i entirely closed, Deafwhen est they earn will give with relatives in Knoxville have he will at once say, just barely Bordes are attending the ness is the result, and unless the Mt. Vernon. you a nucleus of a returned home. Mr. and Mrs. C. enough to feed my team. Well, Julian Mrs inflammation can be taken out commencement, at Berea Call on or write me at Wabd, Ky larger fortune; your E. Gray have re3. Rice and W. what would be his reply if we had P. A. Shelton is visiting relatives and this tube restored to its Wm. Prick. will next thousand a lo days fishing pikes? Now, this is in Boston. Governor Pike was in turned from not a political Level Green, Wednesday. E. L. normal condition, hearing will be come more quickly' and Rockcastle faprings and issue but something trip at destroyed forever; nine cases out that concerns Hopkins was in Maretburg Sun of more easily. report a nice time. The writer every citizen of our county, so ten are caused by Catarrh, lets day. Jess- - Fish, Burdett Chest which is nothing but an inflamed beSave 1.000 at this S.H3H3131J HO J overheard a conversation oe up anu doing belore is ever nut, Hobart Lear and Jesse liear condition of the mucous surfaces. iP bank. Begiin to do tween W. M. Hicks and a lastingly too late. What it give One Hundred We better in- of the Hiatt section, attended it NOW. friend who informed Mart of a ducements can we offer to the home church here Sunday night. Mrs Dollars willrany case of Deafness sor chance for him to get married. seeker than good roads, good J. J. Smith is very low, and not caused by catarrh that cannot be TJie Bank He explained to Mart that he schools and good churches, all of expected to live but a short time cured by Hall's Catarrh ' Cure. 0ONNBK0WN ArU.FimNISH Mr and Mrs. Chas. Pike, re Send for circulars, free. 'MT. VERNbN, KY. . knew of an old lady who wanted Brown-Furnis- h which we low have, with this one turned to their home, in Corbin, F. J. CHENNKY& Co., a husband and that she bad all ejtception, that of pikes. alter spending several days, with Toledo. O. U, G. BAKER, President. a fine farm. kind of stock and 'We' do a uoneral Real Kstato Sold by Druggists, 75c. Our neighbors all around us are the family of Rev. A. J. Pike. ' ''V J, t'.EvDULM.MOND, Vlce.-P- . Jjltmslnosg; handle town and fnrm man was through r. tho Christian Take Hall's. Eamily Pills for After the makjug great strides, for road im- The revival at P.L.THOMI.'SON.Jr., Cashier. property, do abstracting and Mart put him lo the following provements so sooner or later we Church closed Thursday night, constipation. pass on titles. ..( CLAUDE C. COX.Ass't. Cash. a number of additions. The in rf..n...n....A..ninin. n...... questions: How old is she? are compelled to do something. with Jl JUU HUlIVIiUDUll llOkJUUl ll Ul "Oh ves." witn us; If you want to buy u preaching bj Rev. D. G, Combs, Ans. 72 Has she a clear title Now lets all with one can save you money. "I surmised as much, I was just accord join of Morehead, Ky., was fine. He to the farm? Ans. Yes. Is the m and sing that only hymn of sal- is seventy six years old, but is a wondering if a fellow could talk farm well fenced and improved? vation for Rockcastle, Pike, Pike, very able preacher. Frits Krueger's language on his Ans. It is. Has she and near fingers without twisting them inPike MAN COUGHS AND BREAKS no relatives that could eliect my to all kind ot shapes." Yours for good roads, RIBS. title after her death? Ans. I Ciias. C. Davis. It is nob a good policy to allow After a frightful coughing spell am not certain. Marl said well negroes lo become citizens of pur a man in Neenab, Wis., felt you find out and let me know. It is worse than useless to take terrible pains iu bis side and his county. The' Eagle advises and is the old aiiy It may be that this medicine internally for doctor lound two ribs had been begs our people to have as little gal that I havo been looking for muscular or chronic rheumatism. broken. What agony Dr. King's to do with them as possible So you see jf Mart All that needed is a free applica- New Discovery would hove saved all the time. Whitesburg Eagle. This is in tion of Chamberlain's Liniment. him. A lew tenspoonsful ends a gats married he has got to have For sale by Chas. Letcher county where there are 0. Davis. a farm thrown in. Now I have late cough, while persistent use thirteen D mocrats the remainder been trying to help Mart find a year route obstinate caughi, expels vote straight on tho other side. Hobbs This being leap stubborn colds or heals weak, sore wife for some time but since we I suppose it is proper to say "She lungs. "I teel sure its a God send They don't seem to need the ballot have learned that he has to have led him to the altar" to humanity", writes Mrs. Effie of Rastus up that way. b farm in tho bargain we have Dobbs -- Its proper all the time. Morton, Columbia, Mo. "for I The uniform success that has resigned. It. J. Lemonds is in It is the bride who does the believe I would have consumption it I had not used this great attended the use of Chamberlain's Louisville this weok. Mrs. J. F. steering; the man generally has Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy." Its guaranteed to satisfy Colic, Neighbors has returned fiom blind staggers. will Remedy has made it a favorite and you can get a free trial bottle Louisville where she hus been Pastor I was so sorry for your or t or$i.oosize at Chas. everywhere, It can always be visiting relatives for the past wife during the sermon this morn- C. Davis. always-finlisted ,the depended upon. . It can always t week. be depended upon. For sale by ing, doctor. She bad such a Steve My grandfather lived to Chas. C. Davis. of Goods Mrs. J. W. Browning snd dreadful fit of coughing that the are sold for fair t little son Samie aro visiting rel- eyes of the whole congregation be nearly ninety and never used A big bole' in a little girl's glasses. .of' . atives in Mt, Vernon. Mrs. were fixed upon her. stocking is never noticed. But a Cull yell, lots of people prefer John R. Carter and children little hole in a big girl's stocking Doctor Don't be unduly alarmgoods , after a pleasant visit with friends ed. She was wearing her new hat to drink from the bottle. can assemble a parade. and Cossie: "Is the deal Billie and relatives here havo returned tor the first time. There is one medicine that every always1 been' , and dumb language a distinctive family fbould be provided with to Lebanon Jet. C. E. Rice was language of its own?". A TEXAS WONDER. in Mt. Vernon Monday. Mrs. and especially during the summer (very godds months: viz, Chamberlain's 'Colic, W. H. Cottongim iell a few days The Texas Wonder cures' kidney Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remedy. ago and received a very painfuf and bladder troubles, removing possible for It is almost certain to be needed. I is now confined to her gravel, cures diabets, weak and injury and Can you It costs hut a quarter for the pat- -. , room. Mr. Henry Daugherty lume backs, rheumatism and all Tor Infants and Children. afford to be without it? , For sale irregularities ot the kidneys and and Miss Annie Durham were in boty men and women. Regu- The Kind You Have Always Bought by Chas. C. Davis. contihu- -, . married Tuesday the 4th. Rev. lates bladder troubles in chibren. Bears the officiating. If not sold by your, druggist, will Moberly Richard ) SIgnaturb of I ance May peace and happiness be be sgnt by 4niall on receipt of ' their lot. Marshal Pennington $i.oo. One small bottle in two ," . very A woman, well advanced in years has been working some hands months treatment, and seldom left mo with a frightful cough aud tails to perfect a cure. Seud for entered drugstore and inquired: very weak. I had spells when I could on the streets and greatly im- testimonials from his and hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 other "Have you any creams for , proving them. A. H. Hamlin of states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2026 re minutes. My doctor could not help mo, but I was completely cured by Maretburg was in our town Sun- Olive street Louis, i Mo. Sold by storiug the complexion?" . "Restoring Miss? You mean Annie Walton is druggist. day. Miss sajd preserving!'' Charlie, the clerking in the Krueger .store. druggist, heartily. He then sold Wade Graves the telephone man Mre.J.E.Cox,JolIet,Il. FOR FLETCHER'S the woman $17 worth ofcomplexion putting in new phones is 60c AND $1.00 AT AIL DRUGGISTS. J cream. and xepairiug the lines. ANNOUNCEMENT mm tm R00K-cnst- lc TAKE this means announcing that have io-wl- t: (1-- liegln-nin- ii, i'ii. ""vl i-- a 1 1 the stock R. L. Largford on Richmond my and found at times trying to a tomers I margin, IriDry and to at a Notions and my customers from and stock to a to the farmers and consumers want to say that have to harness, largest the anything in the county,. and when in remember me at that RL. Langford stand on ate IPi V '' IS ptt' Richmond street Yours business, . C. B. McKENZIE, v Watch this d, Richmond Street, Mt. Vernon, Ky. . tx I stand-puttin- g Orn-dol- TharpJcoryrbot Re-saw- s . One Way to Save 'lit ot 1 .) .i...:i ;... . VI id O JLSVO xjo uojpimo Realty Co. People's .! A DocSpc.D!a8 jc$rax&yia$5 JONAS McKENZE KB AN EYE ONTHISSPACE -- j' 1, to-da- y, 5o-cen- d EACH .WEEK, where you bat ogoods, which - V. profit. margain a bought right and soldjrightare the kind that it always pays to buy;. to give. T Our Motro has best "to our customers the . N ' if V CASTOR A S PNEUMONIA themoney. Thanking my customers ronage in the past and asking a in the future, am 1 i V Yours hre Children Ory DR. KING'S New Discovery " JONAS McKENZIE, Mt. Vernon, Ky.' truly, , CAST.ORIA tw v PRINT OF BACK PAGE SHOWING THBOUh ( :'" ri ,. . ' . , . I .. - v . !VITrVE:RNON-"SfeNA- t iJSfWfm;Mirr'0Tm. "'--Ballard v - Is in 'iUtitlUioud .jatki 't. , ? : rv;v. '. mi 1111 Ilr - . fiiimniill rttn - ' iTIgTii ' n TTiiw- - r " ' . y lodny on business. MtVRnon, Ky.i 'June'7, 1912 Victor C. Tate is improving aud will'foon be able) to bo obt. ?7QlCal up "No". 79" wh.tl T?r Miss Rose McCord leaves you i Ito Cnminunl. , J7 L , m. ' 8IQNAI,'i fpr Harlan, fofV short stay,. v r -- treet. TIME TABLE. i MrS'. Jonds McKenz'io who has 22 liotn... '...... :..'.:. 4.40 pm very ;es outo-wlit; 9 wn , . " 'v.': . to-da- y v:f v '. 1 every man, youth and boy wants in his. wardroqe: a: &immB ''; "'V7JyTrTi'.S..mmmma -.- . ,,-- WWWMMiMMIaaM - J n.'iv.. '' A r I &;; . m.. aai'TTilli t ""Tfll "')" ' T '"' . .i:ii, 'k-- ' Joe and John Riddle Jr. were Here yesterday on their way home from Berea. Win.. Meadows and family have moved from Pine Hill to one of Kreuger's houses on West Main BLUE SERGE SUIT ' mifl'A Am. It gTT'!M' W't ''ck .- v J?W UOUItVILLt t NAtMWILLt R.n.CO. AND WE WANT YOU ALL TO KNOW THAT -, 1 ' tA YJ K i 1 M W v II 1 ':!) .' 24nortn south 21 South p been sick, for some time, we 3:53 a in are clcd to .say is on the whv 11:38 a in ''MisdLida Cook", of Livingstcn; Landrum, Agent. was with her grandparents, Judge PhpneNp...s8. and Mrs. J. B.' Lair at Rose Hill TAs. 12:19 am to recovery. t'r.v.::' until Thursday. !i' x '1 I bp'arks and Miss Re I is of tHis becca Watson went as delegates and if. I PERSONAL of the Woraan!s Club to S'tate rec Serge Federation at lammoth Cave last 1 I ,jl. Shirley Tate. is,in Carlisle. and week.- would be enuft a 1 ' .K ' MillerSburg this week.' Misses Lizzie Morris, . Virginia we sell for money;' ,f i MhMnggje Jones has been very and Emma Davis spent Saturday sick' for several days. other house in the. country, and Sunday in the country the 'iMis&Zelma, Iones is visiting her guests of Misses Roberta and Lida 'is so becoming the average chap- - -brother) John, in Corbin, this week. Purcell. other cloth half as satisfactory and serviceable; 'for' .'general nd Misses Clara and Bessie DeBord 'teamLjZL The little twin girl baby of Mr. " ' ) were 'n from Walnut Grove Wed- and Mrs. GUARANTEED GUARANTEED as a ,.,P Ab Sparks has a broken " To be all wool I lOLOCf AfllWOOl nesday. t, -".To tartn arm the result of an over turned To wear to your I ' to be to giviVyou"sa8fctoiTve'ip UM lifaXUi I was, over from wagon which her little brother Jack Laswcll satisfaction. : SfVwSriM"""'tni and we'll replace any Serge that fades, no matter what the cause. That's how'sufo ive' Orlando Monday on'.jhjs vway to was hauling her down street. 1 Stanford. are of their "staying qualitie's." Of course YOU W"" a lye Serge Suit; and naturally1 ; f?j..l.;.!jl..ii;.i,.... ,,..;.,...,, Prof, and Mrs. T. A. Houston .;';;;'jV " l ' ' ,' Mamyc Oldham is here will bid Mt. Vernon, adieu Mrs. you want to come to HEADQUARTERS for it. in the visiting her morning. from Oklahoma We regret very much mother, Mrs. Jones, $ JO. Blue Serge Suit1 is "Town-tal- k' ., . to lose tnem and tn many ways M. C. Miller who is telegraphing their station in Mt. Vernon, is go.;i IUJI!lu)ll(lU'iiiV. II t n n on Quean & Crcsent was here a ing to be hard to fill. '' "WE STAND BY WHAT YOU BUY"5 ' ' few "days this week. Rev. George Watson, bis mother S&J-.. Atty. and Mrs. J. W. Brown and sister, Miss Rebecca, were m . i'wn 'ttl. . Ii! IftOt) fi il lW:!l;ifr."a3!!m,.mUu.BLuuiAul ;left Monday for a month's stay at Danville first of the week to v ''.' r i lllifflilsmTwIfltHtnUtnr 111 fflll liffl lilrw luli .i.,i Aransas i orCaTdwelf I i zzzrzzzr HUiiMTwi(tiniffiwiniim?npiifflitnillllffllllllll ' E.-Pine Hill rail- College; ' His younger sister Miss j,,r IIJIlFRONiNrBACmTm Iff .TtO a'j.1' road agent attended Bcrea Com- Charlotte was one of the graduates. mencement Wednesday. J. T. Adams has beenut inmate H. M. Wood, the Kaypee book of ,Dr. McChord's hospital for ALIj AROUND 'THE CORNER ' AN V W.IIERE ONi 3IA1E'. ORDERS He continues to keeper of the Pine Hill plant was several days. TO COURT HOUSE ' suffer with his feet and his conbore Tuesday on business. dr moi'o'i f' rof THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES dition does not improve as fast as Mjss Annie Todd, of'Paint Lick. Hats for all heads at the price has been with her cousin Miss bis friends would deshe. The, Kaynee will have a locoKENTUCKY BOTTLING CO. Mr.'W. M. ?Mari(nSstate orgVn- Tho wild strawbeiry crop is .you want to piy, at Fish's. - Fanny French .near WildiQa week motive, of their own to. liaUl SUP- - ipr Vtir. KarmorM TTninn wtll ' London. Ky. large this season LOCAL .1 ' . '..AWi ." ' . tmipc tnnnmnprv nrnntiplc trj tip. or, more. . Manufacturer's of soda pops, Hop 5c cents silk1 sox for 25- - cents at " speu,K m lnev-ou- ri ''?' npuse tomorrow i""r. Mrs .f T Rmim a,a nt r nVlnot "."' Fish's special $5 Boys Blue Fish's. .as Ipng f ' ' V f.ttfAn Pitm TTill Hnf. ntirl tti r ! d. ,v ale and vinegar. 'Orders solicited as stock lasts. Frank Catron was home Sunday Serge ;... laernoon, last ni ght,and will be hurried,, at -"r-1- vV;:-,r Suits j,s the biggest value in where-h- e 1 frotu.Lewlsb'urg Tenn., y satisfaction guaranteed. ,, ( L.Fuhl-' is headquarters for Blue town. See It, Q?k. Hjll, n.ts P. ra, For Sm.h:tA fine 'i has a' position with the.W.j. I' ' Chtl McClure who carries a SexgeSuits. Come to headquarters cow, first calf, J?rice $go. , ' Wb are srlling andshow'ingmore .Round trip ticket to 'Louisville '" . Arrow Shirts $1.50 and Arrow Sparks Co. v'19 face says lie' got for.y6urS,v-"- " UuS SVAVRSOrH. aucf a6th! Blue So.-gfor 3 99 "June-jCollars two for a quartervat"Fish'k Jb? 71to. Suits todqy than .any smalhscar on bis ' UV Miss Georgia McFerrpn 'has.re-Bbll; run; it at the" "battle of l Fis'u. The womon( l(of today who has ' turned to her home at' "Iireczy,-Hill- CJot'hing store. Water has been turned on" at limited to June 30th. on occoUnt bouse in. town. ' After' he had run fdurnor' five 'good h&ilth, obd'temper, good of Kentucky Educationnl AssociaLangdorf'-dormitordentist,-- arrived miles he got ''closing cfTMhe from Sparks' Dr. J. P. Green, Elbort Mason, aged '35, died since 'the careless and looked sense-- ' "bright eves 'and a; lovely tion. Tbe pressure is Tuesday of typhoid fever, at waterworks. Monday and is located over U. G back' and caught aTnjiiet glancing complexion, the- - result)-- ' of correct Graded Schb'61.'' ' The town Board has contracted Bakers store. : Read his caid fashion. living,, aicL,good digestion, wins ' Dudley this county. . good even in upper story j Gep. Prodlor has accepted z ...iv '' with E. A. Chilton, for the con- which appers on last page. tho admirations of.ttie: world. It position as' brakeman on the L. The deed transferring to KenS. I. Cummins, ofQUail, A.protracted meeting will bejjin "your digestion is j fauUy Chamber- struction of 1660 feet of turnpike at . 8c N. running from Corbin to purchased a lot Horn Geo. V. tucky Portland Cement and dbal The officers and directors of the Ullv4.J4l.VGI top of school house bill, to close Mt, Vernon. Fair association in- nt flip ' PhrleHnti rllnrrli Snnflnv iIU .7 UIUUJI1V.I1 ''TJn pnln V...XUU1CI Lebanon Junction. .Co., the Cement and Doan in Pine Hill this week. coal lands , "will'cofrec1t it i'ui ouiv; uy IUll jnua ' the connection with the. Skaggs spected and received the track WQCK. VUUUUL1CU UJf ACV. VYUII, T5ll known, as Pine Hill, was placed W. M. Bullock, contractor has The 17 year locust are due this pike1. " on record tedfly.' The property Creek Saturday. It is certaiuly a beauty. 01 Lexington, and tlie pastor. Kev. about finis) "ed the track "at Pair summor, as it was in ' Tinsley., Rev. Watson' he!4 a.two J895 when ' the IratePather I'll teach you to ground and will begin on. Mrs. Annie Hendrlckson, of this weeusjaeettng nere twp., y.ears they were here on a former visit, gppveyed consists of more John Tayldrhfts' moved .his kissinyidaughtei;!r '' buildiugs at once. 3000 acres aud includes the. .Rail blacksmith starjcif, from corner place; and KJ Jefferson McKinney .. I tiv agqi v ry, Mrs. Mollie Miller and Mr. - J. Road trarnjoads, sir; "MS"' coal' tipple Second street and ' Spout Spring of Hansford, were married a't ihe George W. , Proctor j fcastaVen .J W. Rider sent a telegraph from miners bouses and oil rights I have just- learnt.-- ! ' and Alley to a lot near his residence home' of the fTjob of! braking ,3a freight'' trains bride Saturday , .iCry ' . Louisville first of the week an- privileges thereto belonging, giving t I'll t! and John Pearl Landrum as as nouncing tljeir morriage. beyond town limits on Crab evenmg. , ' !! F0RJELBTOHER,l!l,I,t t,ln some portfansiicifiAhe county mi ' tuecomyjinV" J'ull, ownership . and Orchard road ner where it, fork's' sistaut agent ati.depoti ... n.. cherries and peaches a'te plentiful. Price on lots, In Pine Hill, have Everybody interested in tlie'wei possession .01 me entire property. with Somerset road. Mrs! Lee" ChWuVW-Vii' ' risen five hundred per cent, within The company is capitalized at been very tick, for kome time shows fa re of the town is invited to hear Cleanirg, dying, repairing ,and last few months. In one or two but little improvement. Her con- the sermon at Iho Presbyterian $1.290000 common stock and will pressing. All work guaranteed. instances a thousand per cent was church next Sunday evening ou issue $i.2oo.ooo six per cent gold dition is considered serious. the subject "To the shame of Mt. coup )D first mortgage bonds with Our motto, you must be satisfied offered, but refused. , Misses Christine Davis aud Ruth Morning service at principal office 1025 to 30 Munsey or your money back. Vernon". There was a hqtel meeting, at Landrum are spending the week C. H. Mulmns, building Baltimore.and local office 1 o'clock. . he court house, last night. There beautiful country home of at the Over Bakers store. f JS04 to b8 'Lincoln Building Louisorowd piBsentaud a number of good NOTICEJv vvMr.andvMniP. H'. Suutts.' Mt. Vernon, Ky. ville where the engineers are pre. '(, speeches were made, There will . Sealed bids for constructing a paring Norton, Thomas K.rfatcher. of the plans for the buildings The'Graded School closed, Fri- be auothei, mesting tomorrow night of Middles dark fence entirely arouud the and machinery Va., aud Jud Hatcher, undtr the personal it is hoped 'more, of the busiboro have been with their mother FAIR GROUND will be received direction of Mr. John W. Driesback day evening, with a splendid enter when ness men will be present, whdiare at Level Green during the week. at the office of the Secretary, until ihe General Superintendent in tainment. Not withstanding the the disadvantages, on account of certainly theones to be benefited o'clock p. m, June 8th.'' The charge of the Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Cummins works. the fire, trouble with furnace etc, it as much qr , more, than, any one. Pelaney, of Association reserves the right to and Mr' and Mrs. Active preliminary work has has beqn a most successlul school else, by such addithn to .the town. the Quail .section passed through reject a,ny and all ,1bfds.' PUns started. Over fiftj men are ,at Nuw Telb phones. Kentucky SN-'.- . Wednesday ou ilielr way to Piiie and specifications on exhibition at work opening the coal mines, re- year, and nidre each year are the blessing, of a good graded school Portland Cement and, .Coal Go.' C C, DayisVdrug stoie. building railroad and tram ,road "ill. .JJ.' R. GENTRY, ("Kaypee") otlice fine Hill, No. and opening up the limestone and being realized. Charley Southards and family of ' Secresary. ytr-A-; Charles B.. McKen'zie, .store, clay deposits. have Order.s for the Kellys, Christian county The government quaratine Richmond street, No. f jHfl "Economises Butter,, J flqiurl;.(v ANNOIJNCEMF.U'P MrB. Joeiajj 2$; ' S. T. caal mine equipment and the agajnst sheep scabies been with Mr. and )) has beea re- - Proctor residence, 00 rner William m vt Enns; makes-thfood Southards ,PueHill since 'AbI expect' to'leave" Nfr. Vernon, electrical plant have been placed and Poplar street. 'No. 0:. G. M. ff for ray vacation, June 18th. I will and it. less than thirty davs ?f? ' ' wholesbrtic appeUzIna m1 nnmbett alter msWtncoxiutw Monday. Ballard residence Newconjb Aveme -- better be glad to have all those who' ex . actual Work of instal at on of nlant aneep owners 01n. j James V.' ' Thompson', ;. V KocKcasuo' can No. 35-- S; John Taylor, the black' .fly pect to enter Brown Memorial will have begun and with u ninetv known as "Jamie", has the position now move or drive their stok io smith,,. residence, (No. 70-- I) ' rifcar'' The'' only; Baling ,, Powder made School in the tall send their dppli-- ' days shipments of coal will begin tliem'in-spectoof assistant "' bookkeeper iuthe ''frbm,ttbydIGrapeCream,piTattupV-,'- i lorks of Crab Orchard and Sonilrr '?s&L "' in by June 15th. that I may and also the actual work of erect- market without haviug lie cations office of W. J. Sparks Co. The county is now1 said set roads, (klose by'der blacksmr enter tbeill''6n Unaccepted list be- ing the building for the mammoth will make good. to bo free ot tbe disease. The fore I leaver ' cement plant will have also been above information is given by shops once.) .J ' ' Mesdamesw.'"J.,,4Sparks, 'Delia. ... . We have' room for but' 46 girls. started and rushed to completion. .Ordinarily one or two nicknames Dee Cummins late sheep inspector Fishback, Messrs. A number iof- applications 3 are Gentry, Ada The high grade of limestones tor this county. is more than n person cares to be Signed, J. W. VanWinkle and W. it.'' Fish alreadyin. and clays with tbe modern electricburdened with but . we have a will go to Pineville today to attend Rose McCokd. JL ally driven machinery and modern Telephone operators claim that man on West Main street, not tar ! fe the Eleventh' District C.W.-BW M. and Bible. School Conventtpn. The Secretary of the Mt. Vernon kiln sinsuresthe very highest grade piobablv one telephone user in from railroad crossing, that up,t Fair Asaopjation has closed con- of Portland Cement being produced ten knows how to properly only has his share of sph William L. Haworth, secretary tract with, J)?f$ Pkvii. ouver, at Pine Hill and it will be tbe manipulate a telephone to get cognomens bqt carries, enough . in' Kentucky Portland Cement Co., one of the World's greatest High- only Portland Cement"'plant on the service desired, for the reason that timber tq divide with his neigh, . J ("Kay pee' ') was in from Baltimore divers, , This will be jone of the Entire L fc N. R. R. system of most of them ignore of pay v$ bors. EJe will Mi Recognize aud t jl performances over 000 miles. this week Jooking.over the work most' sensational attefltiqn to rujes, regujationg or ans'wpr when addressed by any Ky .Ui'.'i progressing ever given in,, this section' of the The officers pf the conjpany arp pr insJructiRns. at Pine Hill which are They simply grab qf the fpllowing app,ellations; 'in Mr, country. 'Standing at the top of Mr. E. M. Newton, Free. Rpbt. tjiecrank and Heas-ate- o satisfactorily. Jla'rtonberryj just 'Urps then' ex Tinsley Georgej a ladder joo feet bgh, be makes S. Maslin, Vice Pres., Wm. L., pects the qperator ,to d.o the George Idler Vernon while on the trip. Gamerj Gabrill; C0.MRLETE,WNE4-Coffin- s , Steckel, with the Kaypee bis death defying leap into only Haworth Secretary and Harrv J. balance blindfold. It seems to be Lankyj Bug) Mutt and'Loug'utn, A. r Ammmmggmf Gastfetfc a'nd-- ' "Robes. feet below. MatbewsTrehsurer all of Baltimore, a hopeless task and wasted efforts If at anytime you drop into the folks at Pine Hill, requires a tele- four.fcet, of water..ioo dog Md., and John W. Driesback of to attempt to instruct a majority monument works Just try some of "All Mall, Tolegr-aproV Tolof He al6o carries a phone fitted vyith five pointed AHentown, Pa., General Supertax of tbe public ontJdie telephone these namos on the man who does the act. phono orderfy'Proinjt)y double strand barbed wire to 'with that VL1 1 IJWvtv7fe)vIy yv!wis ' The Fair track has been com- tendent. Tbe entire plant will proposition; tboyjr simply wont bandies tbe chisels there. He (and the jarring vibrations.turned J;-.,. -- .Filled. and work is bein g pushed with tbe coal mines employ heed or pay but slight- atten- wont injure- your- He is perfectly pose by bis use ot dutch and pleted overload' iarious other languages which he on the amphitheater. All will be several hundred men and nearly tion. It is discouraging to, the .tame on nccpiinUof..-tJie- . r-.11 vausw 9" ;" long before the time as many dnring construction of operator and a teflection ou the ofr nicknames he-I- obliged-- ; to tote Mn use fluently when the occasion in readiness . for tbe fair, . V intelligence of the user, ., . the,pJinv,' ijs&.. around. Ne : ' wu a ? ' ; Entered at the Mt Vernon, Kjr. Poitollice from Sunday s "' ec?nJ"clui jall mat(er.- Mrs; W. J. JEdL 2) Jtr X IS HEADQUARTERS For ue Serges ".' I M f 11 Y 'j I i f 'I' I fc r , .ft " 1 ' fr II 'Prf r I I I M ' This it had NOTHING ELSE to "The ye Serge House" more, k that mmend it but its 'f than any We show more, we giVe more to '..' country; reputation" the , I .....' l. . No Other color wear No ali-rou- Blue Sfge. We Guarantee Ours ,.'.' R. " && ,'.'.?. 'mjLJ;J' . ,.Our I?asiv--Tex- - -- VJiit'HiH-'!'-- ThA- f' Bright Spot "KiI'K'.'M'-.i-Vi'- r black-jersey .,;., HHHMBtttfc.!!' .m '' JJ, III ilv' m - kvKt-K- '" - 1 i We PayEprjess v next; S5 -' " - "- 1 fr s - L ' j yiiiffre e v " , " , - ,... ';.. , ., ; rr-- 1 V A " '! YoungvMah-l-Not'ivecessa- .,, Cblldronj 1 I s CASTO-RJ- A . .. 'n. 4 v 1 -- I I I 1 f-- .e t ROYAL I BAKING .". POWDER e ,.." .v -- Absolutely Furo and I I m Jr fv ' '' ' more, 1 d. rM i Jt A " . -- 1.. - J 11 GRANVILLE QVyENJSi UiM'DERTAKER - Bro'd.head '. -, V -- ), i , j bigh-divin- g i , -- - - - '.! , s j ,"( :&': L . ' ti; :i ...,s J "- dc:'1; !. 1 s j. JJk- - l -- f v. v ' . .OS iT.t it CM'" .." , --- BraoAtsvfC frequently tuffer Nekvoui P Some o tho tiroo really ill V Catch old cosily and not rid IticU from biliouinc.s or headache ? Tho reason L thrl your system does a stove to rid o( the poisons in the blood; just as Impossible rt iv is for the jjratc of do stove; itself of clinkers. Tho waste does to us cxaUlyhat tho clinkers and to thoprevent make the fires burn low Until enough clinkers hove accumulated eep thendocs not nre dull and heavy-slits burning at n1l Your liver is sluMish-- ou Doctor Pierce lu this condition illness, develops. rest, nor is food appetizing, Golden Medical Discovery eradicates Iho poiions from the body a glyceric alterative extract made from bloodroot, jjotden seal and mandrake root, stono and No matter hbw strong the constitution aueen' -- Out, without the use of alcohol. ant to bo "out of k Iter" at times in conse quence the blood is disordered, for tho stomach is the laboratory for the constant manufacture of blood. "thava Mns. BENJ.Bl.Aicr, of Port Dover, Ont. Box 38. been a crest sufferer for years from throat trouble, catarrh. Indication, nervoune- -i it times I would female troubles, bloatlnir. conttlpatlon end """V.T be in bi.il. Uien able to Do up nrrain. iii- nai uraiirr "?" ul'"" unrnii nru n .. - ...rn.il.. Mrnniii rrt W&Gf; care, ana.woum ttet ucuer lor a .J.V. nineteen years I had For "',". I l chronic Inflammation all tliroueh me. poison In my blood. After trylnff ncarlr e erythlne I got worse, I read of Dr. fierceis Golden In The ,wple,i Common Scnuo Medical Adviser tho Medical Discovery nnd Dr. Saee Catarrh Remedy. I have taken 11VQ Hn.l 1m.ii .u. .. iuii.ii, mmiiiai uiBivivu.jr nun 'HlMaont lAlliti ' nml hava used wmi bottles of Dr. Sago's Catarrh Remedy. I am now able to do myj wort and walk with pleasure I feci llko a new woman. I injoy everything around me and thank Ood for lotting mo llvo long enough to find that m.ido me veil again." Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate liver and bowels. Mra. Blake. Hre Foff Swe sndT Worried ? COMMISSIONER'S RO0KCAST1.R Eliza Ambrose, , . . , SALE Haliitill CIRCUIT COURT V. Commissioner's Sale l,.tn.nliU 1 1 nni Vi-...- somo-thi- ns FARMERS Call On Us For Turning Plows Double Shovel Plows -- GARDEN & CORN-FIEL- D HOES Stock 5 Poultry Food Guaranteed ?Noc & Davis Yesterday Tc.day To-morro- w Jiimcs Robert Amhrodo, , ..Defendant liy virtue of u Judgement .qui order of sale of Uio Kookuasltc Circuit Court rendered ut the April Term, 1912 thereof I shall proceed tp olTer for sale at the front door of the Court House in Mt. Vernon. Rockcastle County, Kentucky, to the highest and best bidder, nt public auction on Monday, the 21th ilny of June, 1012, betweeu the hours of 0:00 o'clock a. m. nud 1.00 oVIock p.m., being regular County Court day, oil a credit of six mouths, the following deo scribed teal estate, located in County, Kentucky, and bounded und described as follows: Beginning at a stono in the lane, PctoiV and Ambrose's corner; S 20 U 0 poles and 20 links to a ptone; thence N 83 E 20 poles to n cave spring; thence down cave spring branch with its meanders; thence S 711 E 15 po'.cs to a stake, with buckeye and birch po ntors; thunco N 82 E 0 poles to the fork of the branch, with buckeye and two dogwood pointers; thence N 28 E 18 poles to a email hornbeam or Iron wood, with sugar tree pointer; thence N 62 K 27 poles to a birch, Nancy Cook's corner; thence up Cook's branch, with its meanders, S 84 E 64 poles to a stake, N 1 E 0 piles to a stake. N 60 WO poles to a stake, N 75 It 7 poles to a stake, N25 V 8 poles K 13 poles to a stake, N 63 to a stake, N 16 poles, E 51 poles, E lit poles S 47, E 5 poles to a stake. N 12 E 8 poles to a stake, N 82 W 13 poles to a stake, N 4 poles to a stake, N 21 E 6 poles to a stake, N 55 E4 poles, N 22 W 8 poles to a stake, N 64 W 4 poles to a stakcN 30 1' 11 poles to a stake, N 65 W 8 poles to Richmond's elm corner; thence S54 V 34 poles to a white walnut; thence along the fence N 40 W 24 poles to a stake in the corner of tho fence; thence N 43 W 21 poles to Roberts' Hue; thence S 50 W 49 poles to a black oak, corner to Hull; thence Hull's line S 48 W 32 jioles to a small red oi'.k in Hull's line; tlicuce N 801 10 25 poles to a white oak; thence S 374 E 10 poles to atHnall sugar tree, corner to Peters thence N 82j E 16 poles to a stone In the lane; thence with the lane S 21 E 10 poles to the beginning. For the purchase price, tho purchaser must execute bond with approved surety, bearing interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Didders must bo prepared to comply with these terms. Rook-custl- O. fc. Griffin, Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court. COMMISSIONER'S SALE u s: ouly a visjon, YESTERDAY is but a dream, well lled makes every yesterday a dream of a vision ut hope. Therefore ahdevery not yesterday nor brinjjyour account to but TO-DAhap-plneto-dato-da- y ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. Plaintiff Jessie Denny, Vs Commissioner's Sale THE BANK OF MT. VERNON Then our hope is that all your moneys will bring you happiness, and prosperity, and all your reoollectious of yesterday wll bring you Kreat satisfaction and all your dealings and relations with this Bank ill bring you great prosperity. vC C. C. WILMMS, President. MT. VERNON THE BANK OF KENTUCKY MT.VERNON, W. h. RICHARDS, Cashier. is mmrm - ISk W ' UNDERTAKER Our line of Couch JC'askets is unexcelled Hand-madCofiinsfurnisbed Hearse sent to all parts of the County e . I j Calloway Haker, etc... ., Defendants. By htueof a judgment and order of sale of the Reckcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the April Term, 1912 thereof, I shall proceed to offer for sale a t the front door of the Court House in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Ky., to the highest and best bidder, at public auction on Monday, the 24th day of June, 1912, betweeu the hours of 9:00 o'clock a. in. and 4:00 o'clock p. in,, beinfj reguUu County Court day, on a credit of six mouths, the following described real estito located in Rod. castle County, Kentucky, on the waters of to a white oak, N 10 10 05 to n , , N 0 K 105 poles to tho Wjrlnu- Rockcastle River, and bounded as fol- E ((0 poles to tw o white oaks! IN70W 18 polo to a poplar, iwm.-ROCKCASTLE ClR UITI'OUIVI. I pole of 0 W 1C0 poes to.n biiuc In , . Plain tl lis Bownmn & Cockrell,, third eornpV on a hickorj ; iheiKe S 10 ' W 05 Dole's lotwuhite oik; thine e N 451 Vs Commissioner's Sale. V 30 poles to ailojjwood, thence S 27 i W (id polel to a wtako ill one pole of A. H. Baksr, etc, .i ...DafeudintH. thence to" the bctnuluf , By virtue of a luuctiieiit and order of hale of the Rookcasllc Ohcult Court, containing 50 acre For tho par jIi ue pricj tin pilrcha r rendered nt ilia April Term. 1912 there ban I with apptov il of I shnll proceed to otler for latent must oxe-'Ii- lj no ntiay oi sai surety, be.fin.f in a.-lh front door of the Court House In TMI VBKiinn. kfirbrncl.1i. Pmintv' Kv.. UtHH tlllil Kill lltlllj tlli foi CO mill Hid lerrf must b- to the highest und best bidder, at publio '""ect.of u judgiiieiit, ) repate.l Ij comply, wit i these terms. auction, on Monday the 21lh day of (5. S. Ori.iui, June, 1012, brtween the hours ofoioo M .sier Cotiiiulssinner, o'clock n. in and 4:oo o'clock p. nt. jUvuc.istL' Circuit Court. Iiefng regit Id r County Court day, on n decredit of six months, tho following WITHERS scribed real estate located in Rockcastle County, Kentucky, on the waters of Crooked Creek, and bounded as follows: Iiegiuning nt n couditlaual uornci of ai d C. E. nnd J. H. Mullins popular and dogwood above tho whlil went to Rockcastle hola, on the cast si do of Crooked Cteck several others They took near thoolil Fish Dam, this bo In Chump river fishing tiiturduy. nnd Calloway Mulllns' line; tlienco with their provisions and cnuped out Susan A. Mulling' line up the Laurel tjat night and report a very Spur with center of the point to Win. time, but I think the fibh Mullins ptako corner; thence with h.s in uuuioer as line a south direction to the cliff; thence caught Were small Misses Sallie and with the clilf to thowestendof the cliff; well as in size theneu west to tho old fence to crooked Ada Mullins and fearl Auderuu Creek; thence with the ccntor of the visited Muss Hullie Durham ol Creek to the lower end of tho McTltty Daugo Suuday. Hold to an elm comer on top of the Mrs. und Mrs. Mose Mullins of ridge; thence with the center of the Cruise, weie' tne guests ot their ridge with said Mullins' line to II. MulMrs. Melvlu Barnett lins' gum comer; lhence a northward daughter direction to two small dogwoods. thonce Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. to a beech and elm, 13. Mullins' corner; and Mr.. Hen Alttlliilh Visited, Mrs. thence up Crooked Creek, with .center of Creok, to the beginning, containing Mullins' parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Parks, of Livingston Sun loo acres. For the purchase price the purchaser day. Estill, Victor and Miss Katie must execute bond with approved Prico. of Level Green were in surely, bearing Interest from day of this part last Sunday. Some of sale until paid and having the forco and uru not effect of a judgment. IlidderR must he the farmers ot this place seems as done planting corn: yet prepared to comply w lib these terms. G. S. Griffin, though it is very late hut some of Miibler Commissioner, them say they would have been Rockcastle Circuit Court. jjlatl to have hntl some com that was planted in Juno, last winter when tiny had to pay the sum COMMISSIONERS SALE of$t per bushel and then was ROCKCASTLK CIRCUIT COURT hard to get at that price. Mr. Wallace Laswell, Adir.r, of James Townsend, ...Plaintiff Holiday and Mr. Simpson of Berea were through here last week callCouimlsBloucr'o Salo V ing on tho merchants. b'red Adeline Ualeji, etc., Defendants Mullins and Win. Anderson arc By virtue of a ju burnetii and order of candidates for matrimony. gale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the April Term, 1912 thereof, I shall proceed to offer for mile at Whooping cough is not dangertho front door of tho Court Iloiibc In ous when the cough is kept loose Mt. Vernon, Rookenstlo County, Ky., and fxpectoration easy by giving to thehitihestuud Iwst liiddrr, ut public Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. day of It Ins been ust'd in many edidemics auction, on Monday, tho Juno, 1012, Iwtweeu the hours of9:oo of this disease with perfect success. n. m. and 4:00 p. til., belli); rcrulur For sale by Chas. C. Davis. County Court day, on o credit of six months, the following described iojI estate, located in Hockcatlj Cmnay, Kentucky, lxilng two tcjctn located on ' the waters of itouudstoue Creek and 1 bounded ax follow: Tract No 1. Biurliiiiitf nt n popular K.ttr3mirdiWJiW38&J In tho llcld, a corner of two other surveys- one In the name of Ilailoy Brown and the ether lu the name of Joshua Drork; thunco with said Brown's line Over U. G. Baker's Store. N 12 1. 31 poles to two Whito oaks; thenco N 21 poles through the gap of a "Crown and Bridge Work n specialty. All work guarantied. cliff ton white oak and chestnut oak; thence S 05 V ill! poles to a whitu oak; thcncsS 3 W .to a dogwood and to intersect a line of Uroclc'd survey; thenco with his line S 45 13 SO poles COMMISSIONEK'S SAMS t .ence N G T f3li?EWfftyWff zlIZ33xXJZaSBIW& , For Infants nnd Children. 11 PASTflftM The n lunn I'll.ll rft Kind You Hav8 'bV mm wm Hi ALCOHOL .1 PP.H npvn Mil III Always Bought a AVcgelablePrcparaHonforAs-slmllaiiiigiheFboiIamJReyul- ttagUicSiomadisandUmvIsoT Bears the y L M Signature Promotes DigestionJChec ifid ness and Rest.Contaliis nslita: Opium.Morpliiae norNioeral. Not NAnc otic. Jhififm Atcpef07dDiiM.mmimi w For mCarconakSiii llimr. NX or Sleep. Hon . Sour Sloraach.DlarrtaJ Worms jtoirvuisions.1 tmiw ness audLoss lie, On; ,' FacS'Lide Signature of NEWJYOJRK Thirty Year. "iH' Guarantccai jn&FFood i GASTOI TM Exact Copy ol Wrapper. CtNTAUR COMPANY, IICW YOBK CITY 1 ,fc;. YERKQN DISKET CD. PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, AND 2 3 5 .... J. P. ' vistjospV. Denttet GRiSEN- 3 2 B OUCH METALICCASKETS 3 CoffinsandRobes. Liconed Embalmer will have charge of that line of 3 ' work for tho company. r3 Hearse sent to all points 3 ErOrders by wire promptly tilled. 1 GEORGE OWENS, Manager Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 3 EMHALMKRS Mt. Vernon, Ky, wauiiiiiiiiiiiiaifiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiaiuuiiiiiiiiimmaiimiiii W. T. FRANCIS, Pains All Over! V Dentist (: r: V ?! (1! I A'll ordfers by Wire Promptly Filled VERNON, KY - lows: On the North by the Sand Hill county road; on the South and East by the lauds of Airs. 1. A. liresuam, now owned by Walker and James Mulllns, and on the West by the lands of Win, Owens , and containing 8f acres, mora or less. For the purchase price the purccascr must execute bond wlthapproed surety, bearing interest from day of sale until paid, and having the force nnd effect pie-pare- Ing- - Mt Vernon, Ky W. A. COX,: Phone 94-S MT Tract No. 1, Hounded on the north Homo nud otllco In tho late residence by the lauds sf 1!. W. Smith; on the Dr. Myers formerly occupied on Old east by the lands of K. VsSmilh; on tho MnlnSl.M-.Mt- . Vernon. south by tho lands of James Towouseud Am at my olllcc at all times. of William on the west by tho lnmls Campbell's heirs, and containing 5o C. C. acres more or less. Fop the purchase price, the purchaser ATTORNEY-AT-LAmust execute bond with nppioveil surety, MT. VERNON. KY. bearlnu Interest from day of salo until On 2cd. floor o ptld and having tho force and elTcct of d of n judgment Bidders must. be a judgment. Bidders mast be prepated The Bank of Mt . Verjion , on Church to comply with these terms. G. S. Griffin. to comply willi these terms. street. Special attention given Master Commissioner, to collections. f. S. Orlllln, Rockcastle Circuit Courts Mnster Conimlssioner, Phone No. So- Rockcastle Circuit Court. 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Try it. tor Special Instructions, and Write to: Ladles' Advisory Dept, Chattanoota, Medicine Co . Chattanooga, Tenn., book, "Home Treatment tor Women," tent tree. 61 nmrr family, Insist on i . i ! Burns r white, clear and steady to tne last drop. 1'or the sake of everyone In the having Sollte Lamp Oil Smokeless Bootless Odorless Costs no more than in. ferlor tank .wagon klnus. It In barrels dlreot from Oiir works Saves eyes; saves money. Your dealer-ha- s LOUISVILLE, Ifr. ltellnerj-.n- t CHAS. C. STOLL" OIL CO., (Motor Oaolln, tVanjen, fu. JHIibOral .'JfotCr" Auto Oll. MAKES GASP. The awful list of injuries on a Fourth of July staggers humanity, Set over arjajtist it, however, is worjdertnl the by healing? Bucklen's Arnica salve, of thousands, who suffered from burns, cuts, bruises, bullet wounds or explosions. Its tho quick healer of 'boils, ulcers, sczeraa, .sore lips or piles. 2.5cts at Chas. C. Davis'. CASTORIA THE NATION Children Ojrv FLETCHER'S FOR ' COMMISSIONER'S SALE 1. C. MeCLARY and EMBALMER ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT UNDERTAKER Wallace Laswell, Admr. of Martha Townsend, . ... I .... Plaintiff Vs 1 Commissioner's Sale ; Hanna's Green Seal "OHIL MAUJi-10-WliA- K PAINT7' Has stood the teit of time and hai been improved in quality with the pawing years. ;fc Many brands of paint are offered for sale and quite often careful scrutiny it not given the subject with reference to the quality of the paint to be used. EXPERIENCE IS A GOOD TEACHER. TEST THE QUALITY. it a difference. It is a good idea to learn thecompotitionof the paint you intend to use. There The printed formula appears on every package of Hanna'g Green Seal Paint. This is in their product. an evidence of good faith and attetts the confidence the makers have '.I IMOE& f.tf DAVIS w. , Defendants, Adeline Bales, etc By virtue of a judgment and order of gale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at its April Term, 1012, I shall proceed to oiler for salo at tho front ddorof tho Court Hous In Mt. Vernon, . K Rockcastle County, Ky., to the highest t and best bidder, nt public auction, on Monday, the 24thplay of June, 1012, be tween the hours of 0:00 o'clock n m. nnd 4:00 o'clock p. m (being regular County Court day, on a credit of six months, the following described real estate located In Rockcastle County, Kentucky, being two tracts located on the waters of Roundstoue Creek, and bounded and described as follows: Tradt No. 1. Beginning at a white black walnut and BUgar tree on 0fiie north side Roundstono Creek, about TW miles above Spencer Mulllns' house; thence N 41 E CO poles to a white oak and poplar; thonce N 10 E 05 poles to a hickory; thence E 17 poles to a white oak; thence S 10 W 70 poles to a hickory; thence s 47 E 74 poles to include an improvement known as the Eaken-ges- t place, to an elm on the bank of of and Roundstone Creek; thence with said DEALER n Marbles nnd creek to the beginning. Tract No. 2. Beginning at the same Granite Monuments of nil corner to the first survey nnd thence Estimates furnished with said Mullius' survey N 41 E GO kinds. poplar; N 10 oil application. poles to ft white oak and 05 poles to a hickory, E 17 pples to a j jjQt 0 Y E N S Propi", white oak; theuco, leaving the Mullins1 ', survey. N 0 W 41 poles to a black oak; 1 llOUO i 'Vw3gnoC$3Ccca: L 7CC$3C ;cccXf& a 1A.' RtariforH cms. C. DAVIS I tf, Manufacturer, m q There are lots of Drug Stores in this land of ours that sell Drugs, but the Drug Store for the people is the one that gives the purest drugs obtainable. Try us and let us prove ourselves the one, "Yours, :x$dc$x Chas l Phono No. 89 C Davis, Druggist MT. VTRNON, KY. XXr-X30dXX; lli . IWfoOG I 1 'K I -- 1. "ftWVila.lBVBMMM'1 'ftl' iw-- - j sfiF.-.- -t & ! .iii frm'ljtjJ, i.i-- 1. -- .iXy tV ,