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Lime brick, in white and gray WITHERS face, and common brick in white A The Winchester Granite Brick Co t- - BItODlIKAD. HOAGLAND BROS-- ' AND HIPPODROME M L L E R ' Wild West Show . - Fair last knows of Hoaglan Bros, attractions; consisting Everyone attending the Ten Big Free Attractions They may again this Fair i AUGUST ZZZ 19 12 &;'" UXH WE'VE GOT THE BLUES THREE LINES OF BLUE SERGE demand MEN'S BLUE SERGE There has been the known, better CLOTHES that was busy handing them out We to meet this demand, " BLUE SERGES, we this demand and went HABIT getting what we got 'em! We have gets to it We have BLUE SERGE ting it before the talk about our SUITS at $8.50 $20 but this on,y This brick is made from Crops are looking very good Mrs. R. L. Mattingly of Paris,' ,Sano and Lime that ismanuiact- - rinnsSrl.l-- .. .t. ..1 uuuciiuv iut luuit wean n. i was. the guest of her cousin. i urea by me wincnesier uranite cmviA frnm tlliB place attended Jewel Francisco, last week. Dudley Brick Co., and they have a finished church at Piney Branch Sunday. James Frith has returned home, product in twenty-fou- r hours. Mr. and Mrs. George Mullins after spending a week, in RichBy Jtunes Maret. e brick are baked ot Paris are visiting, the tatters mond The and Stanford. J. J. Pain"The Winchesler Granite B.ick with steam and not burned as are mother, Mrs. Mary French. Mrs. ter of Lebanon Junction is with . Co., one of the largest enterprises the clay brick. It took sometime E. Mullins who has been an his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. brick busi- invalid for some time shows but Painter. W. of Rockcastla county is located at to get the J. Owens was in Dudley, Ky.t on the L. & N. R. R. ness established owing to the fact little improvement. W. D. Mull Mt. Vernon, Sunday, the guest in the heart of the beautiful Eastern that there are so many cheap clay ins Jr., of Paris, is visiting his of his sister, Mrs. G. F. Sutton. Kentucky mountains, with princi brick manufactured and ot course mother, Mrs. Dr. George Frith was in Mt. J. O. Mullins, and pal offices at Winchester, Ky. they had to compete with these. other relatives of this place. C. Vernon Sunday. O. O. Howell This company was organized in Now they have a Igood business E. Mullins the hustling salesman was down from Livingston, Sunthrough-ou- t Central was calling on our merchants day. Dave Roberts of Maywood-1904 and the present officers are in brick I Kentucky, Ohio, Tennessee, Geor- Saturday. J. Hood Smith, President;, J. P. was in town Sunday. J. N. Mar-lo- w Conway, Vice President; J. Harry gia, and other Southern States. Several from here attended Berea was up, from Stanford SunAllen, Secretary, Treasurer and They are a very dense brick and Commencement and all report a day. W. C. Turpen ,was down There nice time. Church at Fair View from Mullins Station Saturday General Manager; Rovey 'Mullins, absotb very little water. Superintendent of plant at Dudlc. are no bats in shipping as they every fourth Sunday. Everybody and Sunday. Dollie Owens is This company owns about fifty do not break or chip easily. invited. Mrs Emmett Quiun of visitingher sister, Mrs. Bob RobThe yearly output of the plant Livingston, 'is attending the bed erts in Maywood, acres of land in Rockcastle county this week. and employs from 35 to 50 men is about Soo to iooo cars of sand, side of her sister, Mrs. Emley Elizabeth Tharp is tho guest of daily. The products of this plant one and a halt million to two Mullins, who is in a ATTRACTIONS FOR serious con- her cousin, Elizabeth Vermilirn million brick. They are young in ditio 1. Mrs. Ann Owens who has of Danville, are Sand, Lime and Brick. this week. W. C. The Dudley Sands are .rained the lime business but it is growing been with her brother, W. M. White of Crab Orchard, was in from the top ol the mountain, rapidly and they hope it will soon Mullins, will leave soon tor the town calling Sunday, Til man coming out as Sandstone which is equal that of the sand. They are home ot her daughter, Mrs." Geo. Gilpin ol Louisvile, was with his conueyed by aerial tramway to now putting in a new Sand Griffin, of Cincinnati. Emmett sister. Mrs. R. H. Hatnm last Tramway, along with other im 6 the plant where it is run through provements, and in a short while Mullins and Herbert Anderson week. Billy George Holman of visited White Oak Saturday and Crab Orchard, made his usual a machine that pulverizes it to a sand. This sand is carried to the will be able to double their capacity Sunday. (Some attraction). There trip, to Brodhead, and spent SatU soon to b ; a drive bridge across urday and Sunday. storage bin and is then ready for for sand." Mrs. Annie Brodhead season Following is the report of crush Roundstone, which will be a great Grabecl near Pongo is with the market as a concrete sand. her They also screen this sand for ing and absorption test on samples accomodation to the people of brother, Granville Owens, this of of brick sent to Anderson & Faig this community, Mendell and week. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Smith brickwork, Consulting Engineers Lexington, Everett Mullins, of Mt. Vernon, near Hiatt, was with her parents, of concrete etc., at a slight cost visited their cousin, Cloyd Cum- Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Haggard last above that of the concrete sands. Ky., in June 1905: "The average crushing strength mins, last week. Mr. and Mrs. week, for a few days. Joe The machine used for the pulveriz of the. four specimens was 3496 C. A. Mullins are the proud Carter has returned home, after iug of the sandstone is the be seen season lbs per square inch. parents of a fins boy. This is their spending a week, with relatives American Pulverizer. The average increase in weight sixth rs. Edgar Owens is in Shelbyville. Mrs. N. J. ReyBrodhead The Dudley lime is burned after immersion in water for 24 visiting her sister, Mrs. Sallie nolds of St. Louis, is with her from rock that is quarried at Dud' houis was 10.45 per cent. Mullins, of Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Mrs. J. F. Watson. ley, Ky., and is a very superior To show the rate of absorption G. L. Mullius. visited Mr. and Edd Owens, Henry Anderson lime. Their lime kiln has only of a specimen of your white brick Mrs. T. R. Mullins Sunday. and Orea Frith were in Mt. Vor-nobeen in operation about three as compared with a red clay Mrs. Lucy Young, of Versailles, Tuesday. Mr, and Mrs. years but they have built up a pressed brick ot about tne same is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. A. Larkiu Hicks were in Rowland, good lime trade through out Cencost, a round hole 2 diame Mullins. with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hicks tral Ky. When the lime kiln was deep was chiseled in ter and Sunday. Edd Brown and sister first erected it was their intention LEBANON JUNCTION. to a halt brick of your mauufacture ''1 v, Miss Ora wore in town Tuesday, - lto,only burn lime for theirfiown ? QPff! and a half brick of the red clay. guest of Miss use buf now they "are- - prefpSrlng Piercp .Cottongimisijed. jn. MissOra was the These holes were kept full of Tompest,-jWar- d Marjr Miss it for the market in Lump lime ijt t; fTAUU. Auiao for one half hour; at the Pine Hill, first of u'iif ir Adams of Crab Orchard was with in bulk, Ground lime and Flour water end of that time the red half Angy Hunt of Maretburg, is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Smith of Lime in bulk and barrels. 0 had absorbed 5 ounces her brother here. G. K. Wal Adams last week. Urbin Cass They make a very Beautiful brick was saturated. The lace, an old tiinOjlocomotivo en- and Rals Wilmott are in Pine brick that is known as tUe Sand of water and gineer, died suddenly, at his 0 white brick had absorbed Hill, working this week. Mrs. of an ounce of water and was home, in Corbin, last Monday L. B. Hilton of Stanford, wts He pulled the throttle perfectly dry except for a space morning with her parents Mr. and Mrs. of an inch around the hole. when tho Lebanon branch of the J. R. Cass Wednesday. H. H. of The ratio ot rate of absorption L. & N only ran to Livingston, Hutcheson is in Stanford, this ot the red clay brick to the white in fact he was among the first week. Chief of Police Darity of engineers, on the branch. Some brick was about 24 to 1. Corbin, came down the first of one has his dates badly mixed, A film of water poured on to the last week, and took charge of surface of the white brick disap- about this being the "17 year" Frank Vaughn, who was in cus peared so slowly as to make it locusts or else there are several tody of J. B. Pilte ' difficult to determine how much sets, or divisions of "17 year him to Corbin. returned with had soaked into the brick and how locusts. 1889 was a locust year, Vaughn is charged with forgirg much bad evaporated. A similar also 19o0. The next appearance an order on the firm of Ballard film of water disappeared into the they will make will be in 1928, Bros., of that city, and we are this is correct. The Mammoth red brick almost immediately" informed that he has confessed We have received a leaflet issued Cave, special was very well pat his guilt. When Pike arrested by this company containing ex- ronized from hero. Mr. Tyree the young man he had two or tracts from Bulletin No. 3 of the Gentry and wife chaperoned a three suits of clothes on. It is Agriculture and Experiment Sta- party of twelve including, Misses hard for us to understand how a for greatest tion of the Pennsylvania State Carrie Payne, Eva Arnold, Bessie man could wear so many clothes College bearing on the subject of Roller, Viva Miller, Ella Maud in Juno. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil and we were never prepared ever "The use of Lime on land." Magrudor and Carrie Farley. of Troy. Ky., and Mr. and and so antfeipated This treatise is valuable, simple Messrs Elmer Carpenter, Arthur Mrs. H. B. McClary of Dunmore, and to the point. The company Thompson, P. Smith, W. H. Ham- Ky., attended the funeral of their and of course after will no doubt be glad to mail montree, Pat Jenkins and Clove grandmother Mrs J. J, Smith at of the go after and getMiss Farley came copies to interested parties who Kidwell. es; will address them either at Win- down from the little villago of the Oak Hill burying ground, last '' other fellow Friday. Cecil returned Friday chester or Dudley, Ky. Livingstoq, to bo in the crowd. night, to his homo. H. B. and particular is ; to DEAFNESS CANNOT BE They all report a pleasant time, family will remain with friends ; CURED and give Mr. and Mrs. Gentry by local applications, as they can- much praise for tho interest they and relatives for u week or more. 1 Rev. T. C. Duke tilled his regu- not reach the diseased portion of took in them. Fine, ear. There is only one wav the lar appointment at the Baptist ' Mrs. Douglas Brown and Miss Church Suturday and Sunday. to cure deafness, and tnat is by constitutional remedies. ' Deafness Lola Hayse are visitingin Gum- - Mrs. Duke was here also. E. L. is caused by an inflamed condition sulphur, Brodhead and Maretsecof the Copper-Cree- k oi the mucous lining of the burg, this week. The K of P's Brock tion, while attempting to get on When this tube Eustachian Tube. of a large or off ota freight train, at Livings is inflamed you have u rumbling have begun the erection offering or imperfect bearing, and twostory building on their corner ton Monday, got three of his toes sound are and hen it is entirely closed, Deaf where they recently burnt out. mashed off. It is often that a Blue Serge of Serges are s is the result, and unless the The npper portion will be made ride of this character, is very inflammation can be taken out into a hall and tho lower into s fade, to costly. A ticket would have cost and this tube restored to its apartments. Dr. J. E. normal condition, hearing will be Johnson aged about 65, after a 54 cents from Livingston to Brodhold to destroyed forever; nine cases out lingering illness of heart trouble head, tho doctor bill at Livingston of ten are caused by Catarrh, and other complaints, passed was about $3o.oo, and he is now ui which is nothing but an inflamed away at 6.15 o'clock, last Wednes under treatment by, tho local condition of the mucous surfaces. day evening . He bad been a doctors, which will, add to the Wc will give One Hundred practicing physician hre, for a Dollars sor any case of Deafness long time, was father of the It R. cost, saying nothing of being mincaused by catarrh that cannot be Co's., Surgeon, Dr O. E. Johnson. us three toes. John E. Evans, . cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. He leaves a wife and several was at home from Lexington,' , TO Send for circulars, free. children. Saturday and Sunday. Owen J 00 F. J. Chrnnby&Co., Cass was up from Stanford, Toledo, O. says a policeman to a street crowd Wednesday Mrs. J. J. Smith Sold by Druggists, 759. and whacks beads if it don't. for "Move on now, "says the big, harsh died at her home last Thursday Take Hall's Eamily Pills constipation. mineral pills to bowel congestion at 8 o'clock p. m., and was interago a citizen meeting Cull and suffering follows. Dr. King's red iu tho Oak Hjll Cemetery Years New Life Pills don't bulldoze the Friday, at 8 p. ra. The family has McClure one cold morning They gently persuade our sympathy in this" sadhouf of bowels. "Why are you not wearing your them to right action, and health bereavement. '&, . follows. 25c at Cbas C. Davis'. T!'-- ' ear muffs today?" 1. "Because", says Cull, "I was CHIIflirwn ,CJry wearlne 'em yesterday and Msrlet FOR FLETCHER'S FOR FLETCHER'S asked me in to have a drink hud hear him. I didn't The Plant Sand-Lim- Sand-Lim- e S . BRODHEAD FAIR 14, -- 'M plastering-,-finishin- g at the son.--M- I5& 16 n, " . a & 14-10- 'tVlf.sa. " 2I-10- 1 . & 5-- 8 '4 Mc-Clar- y &muocnh -- ,i FOR BOYS , . SUITS ot $10, $12 We TIONS and $15 BLUE FANCY -- $ the CHOICEST PRODUCWorld. the that guaranteed not guaranteed not to break, their shape. guaranteed fit and SERGE KnICKER SUITS buis-nes- r Pi SHIRTS ARROW BRAND monarch $1.50 Arrow Shirts Collars 15c Two For 25c $3,50 7;50 SUTTON & McBEE THE BUSIEST SPOT IN MT. VERNON j9 .""'. 4 d: ! Cry Children Ai k& !'. p; CASTORIA 0v CAST0R51A &mM mi ri 4. . tiws llSSfti 4 FV,l j MT. VERNON 8IGNALfce7VuPMtVrou . Sat,u,r Friday, June 14, 1912 Publishtd every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTIOK ONK YMAR $1.00 Advertising rates made known on application MKMBKR OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION LIVINGSTON. L. H. Davis and Dr. Cornelius have started their work at Sinks They put a gang of men to work there Monday, so the big roller mill at Sinks will be a go Hiram living near town died Cox He Monday of heart trouble. child a ooy 8 or lo leaves one years old who will bo sent to the Odd Fellows Widows and Mrs. Robert Orphans homo. McClure has returned home after n visit to hor sister, Mrs. Robt. Mattiiigly at Paris Ky. Sheriff T. J. Niceley, of Mt. Vernon, was hero Wednesday. He and some of our Republican friends were engaged in an argument over the outcome of Tody to his new house ou Main Street, John Clark, who has been clerking in A. H. Hnmlins store for some time, is in Knoxville this week. Mrs. J. R. Lemonds and little daughter, Ulizibeth, have returned from Louisville The Livingston Lumbor Co , hae sawed all their logs and have closed down their mill and will return to Winchester, Ky. Mrs Will Ward and little son, Glen, have returned from Richmond, whore she has been visiting her drughter, Miss Alice, who is in school at that place. J. B. Hayse is still on the sick list He has been a section hand for 2o years and this is the longest lay off yet on account of sick ness. j. H. Owens is numbered with thb sick. The cool nights hot days and dry weather is playing navoc wun the crops in this hection. The R. M. K. wholesale aud retail store here has put a traveling salesman on the road and they are making Rome howl. Mrs Oscar Argen bright and children are visiting relatives in Corbin this week. Mrs Moss Mullins, of Piris, has returned home after a fow das visit with her parmits, Mr. and Mrs. A. Mounce. Uncle George Pope who has been sick for some time remains very low. Mrs. J. H. Browning has returned from a pleasant visit to Suuday. Mts. J. F. Vauhook ot Indiana w.ij. called Monday to .see her father, M. M. Brown who is not expected to live. Miss Marv Mae Lathira'isat home for .e summer. Mrs. fl. R T.a,r,.nrv was in Mt. Vernon one day this week. Otto Browu is suffering with a severe caie of malaria fever. We understand that Rev. Joe Brown who lelt Ky., some three or four ears ago and went to Beeville Texas his taken into himself a bride, who used to be Miss Lamina Adam, they were married at the Christian church in that city on June, 5U1. and left that evening for Nashville Ark. where they will reside. -- Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate ed to Hy virtue of execution No. 719 directjuts which issued from the (.'Jerk's office of the Rockcastle Circuit Court in favor of K. J. McKiiiney nyninst S. J. Klnlcy, I will on Monday, iilml tiny of Juno, 1912, IxHwoen tho houra of 11 o'clock n m, ami 4 o'hlocK p 111, nt the court house door, lit Alt Vernon, RocK-cistl- e county. Ky, expose for sale to tho highest bidder the following de- Bcribod property, or so much thereof an may bo ncceaiisry to satisfy tho plaintiff s debt and cost, undivided share In tho following lamia subject to the life estate therein of Kinloy, widow of Sum Kinley deceased, located in RociCcnstlc county, a twit of tho David ltethui'um. Sr. farm. on Dry Valley, of Dry Koric, f SKegcs Creek, and bounded us follows: Ueirln ninjr at a stone corner, near tho top of me uui on mo west sine 01 me larm op poslto tho first cross fence above the John Lewis house, said stouo stands in the outside cast line of Da id Bothur-um- , Sr, survey, thence S 41 W to a t: h (1-- ANNOUNCEMENT N ' purchased the stock of General Merchandise of R. L Largford on Richmond street where I will be found at all times trying to serve and please my cus line tomers. I expect to carry a nice, clean, and propose to sell at a conservative margin. In Dry Goods, Notions and Groceries my customers are asstock to choose from and sured of a clean, to the farmers and consumers want to say that I have up-to-date I TAKE this means of announcing that I have MAN COUGHS AND BREAKS RIBS. After a frightful coughing spell a man in Neenab, Wis , telt terrible pains 'in bis side and his doctor tound two ribs had been broken. What agonv Dr. King's New Discovery would have saved him. A tew tenspoonsful ends a late cough, while persistent use caughi, rout? obstinate expels btubborn colds or heals weak, sore lungs. teel sure its a God send to humanity", writes Mrs. Effie Morton, Columbia, Mo. "for I believe I would have consumption it I had not used this great remedy." Its guaranteed tosatisfy and you can get a free trial bottle or or $1.00 size at Chas. 'I to-da- 5o-ce- stone set by Micheal Pitman and Grant son Jlethuruui, thence S 63 E 88 2 poles to a stake with pointers near by-- Pit man's cole bant said to be In Smith's outside line, thence V 44 E 62 poles to a poplar with pointers near old corner about 60 yarus above and southeast of Smith's old cail bank said to be his corner and corner also to Pitman's U5 acre survey) thence his line which is Smith's, V i4 E 88 poles to a poplar an old corner, thence with Pitman's line M 17 to a stone opposite sattl cioss fenco above John Lewis' old house thence with tho said cross fenco to the beginning containing loo acres be the same more or Jess. The above sale will be made upon a credit of 3 months with approved surety. The amount of debt interest and cost is f39.o3. T. J. NICELEY, S. R. C. well-select- ed the best and largest line of saddlery, harness, etc., to.be "found in the county, and when in need of anything in that line remember me at the R.L Langford stand on Richmond street near the Graded School building Yours for business, C. B. McKENZIE, Suct'cssoi to H. C. Davis. Wife My dear you cold, have you? relatives at Mt Vernon and Husband No. Crab Orchard. Capb. A. N. "And headache?" Bentley who is making his home "None at all." "Rheumatism?" haven't a COMMISSIONER'S SALE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. E. R. Spottwood Son, Plaintiffs Vs L. LANdKOKD. Watch this space each week Richmond Street, Mt Vernon, Ky. at Mt. Vernon and whom we always likod was here Sunday telling us that Teddy was surd of the nomination and then of election. But Mr. A. N. B. just wait until Teddy gets through with Taft and that Steam Roller will be willing to take another lion hunt in tha Jungles of Africa and besides this we look with a political eye away down the line to the Baltimore convention and we see a man arise out of that convention in the person of Champ Clark who will shout to the four points of the compass that tue Kepubhcans destiny is sealed. Boys my sympathy is with you but for the last 2o years you have had a srood time.truts have been organ ized and flourished like Jonah's Gourd. Millionaires have multiplied and the poor is getting poorer so you see you can't fool tlvo people any longer you & "Not a particle." , V, Commissioner's Sale V "You don't think it will rain do W. P. Moore and J. W. Moore you?" Name and stj le of linn, W. I "No danger. Why? Mooi'e & Son, Defendants. "This is Sunday morning, and By virtue of a judgment and lineman and all around good it's most church time"1 order of sale of the Kockenslle fellow was in Louisville Tuesday. Circuit Court, rendered at the A TEXAS WONDER. April Term, I9I2 thereof, I shall George Moxley, of Scaggs The Texas Wonder cures kidney proceed to offer for sale at Puwas hero Saturday creek, and bladder troubles, removing laski Station, in Pulaski County enroute to Richmond where he gravel, cures diabets, weak and Ky., to the highest and best bidis being treated for rheumatism. lame backs, rheumatism and all der, at public auction, on Monday A. H. Hamlin, the Maretburg irregularities oi the kidneys aud the fir.st day of July, lo.i2, the hours of 9:00 a. m. and farmer, was in our city Sunday. in boty men and women. Regu While our town is situated belates bladder troubles in chibren 4:00 p, m.f tliefollowingdecribed If not sold by your druggist, will personal property: tween two hills yet we can One 20 horse power bailor and be sent by mail on receipt of boast of scenery that very fow $1.00. One small bottle in two engine, Russol make, together other towns can. From (own months treatment, and seldom with a No. 2 Saw Mill rig of Rus- you can sea the natural tunnel fails to nerfpot n r..in. snri fnr sell make, witli a'l the attack- testimonidls from his and other ments belonging thereto, consist not more than half mile from states. Dr E. W. Hall. 2026 ing 01 one new i:in:uiar muv of town where at a certain time in Olive street Louis, Mo. , Sold by Adkins make, and nil belting and the year the sun sh'nes through cut off rig and lumber truck and Druggist. this tunnel. One mile from town edger outtit of Russell make. is the rock known as lovers leap Said sale will be made fur the Round trip ticket to Louisville purpose of satisfying n judgment and two miles Jrom town is the for $3 99 June 24 25 aud 26th. noted Wild Cat mountain where are sure for a trip this (all up limited to June 30th. on account in favor of plrintiff for $i4gti.G5, with six percent, interest from a battle was fought in time of Salt river. of Kentucky Educationnl Associa the 1st day of April, lo07, subthe Civil War and through our tion. ject to tin- - following credits: July l'J 1907 S8G.3I; Oct 8, 1907. $87- town runs the beautiful Rock- ENDS HUNT FOR RICH GIRL. The woman of today who has 85; Jan. 9, ly08, $67.00; April castle river on whoso placid Often a bunt for a rich wife ends good health, good temper, good 3O, 1908, 98.04; June 20, 1908. is a pleasure waters boating when the man meets a woman sense, bright eves and a lovely $04.83; July 28, 1908. $38 22: Sept complexion, the result of correct 8, i908. 34 57; March 18. 1909, and in whose bosom all kinds that Uses Electric Bitters. Her of tish abound and on its strong nerves tells in a bright living and good digestion, wins $97.g0; April 17, IHO9, $188.52; the admiration of the world II May 21, lg09, verdant banks cool shades at- bram and even temper. Her your digestion is faulty Chamber- - 72.87: July $20.9C; Juno 8, 1909 10, I9O9, 09 17; tract the traveler and from peach-bloocomplexion and ruby lam's Stomach and Liver Tablets the adjacent hills burst forth lips result from her pure blood; will correct it. For sale by Uhas. April 80, 1912, $300 and the cost in this action oxpeuded. ice cold springs to quench her bright eyes ft om restful sleep; C. Davis. Sale will be made on a credit So you her elastic step from firm, free the travelers thirst. Cull McClure expects to be of three months. see if wo are off in one corner of muscles, all telling of the health For tho purchase price the aud strength Electric Bitters give present at the foot washing service purchaser must execute boud the county yet wo are blessed a womin, and the freedom from at Luke Ford next fourth of July. with approved surety, bearing with advantages that but few indigestion, backache, fainting and Last year day of sale uuil attended cm boast of. Robert Shroader dizzy spells they promote. Every- home with he fine pair ofand came interest from paid and having the force and a socks. who obtained a six mouths leave where they are woman's favorite effect of a judgment. Bidders The uniform success that has must be prepared to comply with of absence to make a crop has remedy. If weak or ailing try attended the use of Cham) erlain's these terms. returned and taken his position them. 50c at Chas. C. Davis. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea G. S. Griffin, again as fireman in the Cozatt Remedy has mads it a favorite Master Commissioner, LEVEL OKEEN. service. everywhere. It can always be Rockcastle Circuit Court. Cam Mullins, of Mt. Vernon, depended upon. It can always Dan Browns, of Skidmore, be depended upon. COMMISSIONERS SALE has been here for the past few For sale by days. Dr. Arayx is repainting Mo , is here with brother who is Chas. C. Divis. ROCKCASTLE CIRCTIT his drug store and J. M. Foure very low. Mrs. H. H. Isaacs aud When Cull McClure was a COURT. has his new house almost painted. children spent from Saturday small boy he,once saw his mother John R. Carter, Plaintiff Marshal Pennington is tieatlng until Monday with her mother making sandwitches from deviled his-.welling to a fresh coat of Mrs. Poynter, at Leroy, Ky. C. ham. He looked a loug time ut Vs y Commissione's Sale. paint. Preston Pennington, of E. Mullins, the drummer was here the imp's picture on the can and London, was with his brother, last week. asked: Defendant. J.W.Sams, A. Pennington, Tuesday. J. E. Willie Todd left Sunday for "Mamma what is that stuff?" By virtue of a judgment and "This? Oh this is deviled bam" order of sale of tho Rockcastle Woodall, of London, was with for Somerset where he has a Cull our merchants Tuesday. W. H. position. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. mixture looked seriously at the Cir uit Court, rendered at tho and in an awed April Term, 1912 thereof, I .shall Ponder after a loug siege of ty- Spivey and children of Covington inquired: "Why mamma, voice proceed to offer for sale at tho have phoid fever is able to be on the are visiting Mrs. Spiveys father, M. they killed him?" front door of the Court House in streets agaiu. Miss Annie Wal- B. Jones, this week. Jud Hatcher There is one medicine that every Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, ton was in Mt. Vernon Mondaj of Middlesborough spent last family should be provided with tCy., to the highest and best at public ouction, on Monday week with his mother here. Miss and especially during the summer having some dental work done June,, 1912, Dahlia Bailey was the guest of months; viz, Chamberlain's Colic, the alth day of of o:U0a Mi8B Lyda Cook after spendm. and the hours Cholera, aud Diarrhoea Romedy. ing a week with hor grandparents her cousin Mrs. G. W. Shell last' is It almost pertain to be needed. 4:00 p. m., being regular County Mr. and Mrs. Gerome Lair, of Sunday. -- Misses Maude aud Jala It costs hut a quarter Can you Court day, on a credit of six Mt. Vornon, has returned home. Thompson are spending the week afford to be without it? For sale months, the following described real estate, located in Rockcastle George Murphy and Miss at Walnut Grove. Mrs. J. M. by (Jlias. C. Davis. County, Ky., in tho town of LivSarah Clark of the Gauley Broykss was up irom Plato last Every married woman is satisfied ingston, (and bounded as follows: section were married Tuesday Friday to see her brother O. J. that she cou Id name On the north by Main Street; the crankiest Oth of this month. Both are Mullins who is very sick. Miss man in the world if called upon on tho east by a lot owned bv young and we hope they will en Ont Brown and ljttle sister, Essie, Egbert Hays; on tho south by a to do so. street, and on the west by a spent last week with their sister, joy a long and happy life. It is worse than useless to take street Marshal Pennington isgoing on Mrs. O. L. Hatcher at Oorbin. For tho purchase price tho medicine internally for on the streets, The singing school which was any with the work muscular or chronic rheumatism. purchaser must execute bond cleaning out ditches, building being couducted by Mr. Andrew All that needed is a free applica- with approved surety, bearing culverts, grading and putting the McWilliam closed last Sunday. tion of Chamberlain's Liniment. interest from day of salo until paid and having tho force and There is some talk of Mr. streets in fine shape. For sale by Chas C. Davis. effect of a judgment. coming to Friendship Mi3s Carrio Graves, of Paris, G. S. Griflln, is visiting relatives here this which we hope he will do. Estil Master Commissioner, I week. Mrs App Taylor lias re- Price and sister, Mtss Katie spent Rockcastle Circuit Crurt. For Infants and Children. turned from Louisvillo after a last Weduesday und Thursday at MOVE ON NOW! Withers, Ky., the guests of Mr The Kind You Have Always Bought pleasant visit with relatives. Mrs, J. P. E. Drummonds is aud Mrs. C. E. Mullius.--D- r. H. Bears the visiting relative! in Knoxville H. Isaacs visited his father at Signature of FOR FLETCHER'S this week. Bill Cummins of this Woodstock Saturday night and be-twe- and Taft. J. P. E. Drummonds was In Lebanon Tuesday attending a Payno the Masonic meeting. go to farming ajd will sell my saw mill with band saw complete, iG It. good line shaft with mtlle'ys 2 with mandrels and will sell 300,000 ft. of timber about 100,000 it cut in the woods aud on the V ill also sell a large null yard. olk of woik oxen weigh 3,000 lbs. Re-saw- s For Salk: I have decided to r One Way to Save $ J, 000 yourself n nofo duo in Plan to four years. ay it oil in monthly of $'.iU. installments Deposit your payments in this hank, on savings account. iN The deposits you "w1 mnke and tho interest tli';y earn will give you a nucleus of a larger iortuno; your will no.vt thousand come more quickly and more easily. Save $1,000 at this hank. Boimi to do (F Give M for $1,000, and two log waeons. Will sell for a bargain to the right man i. sold at once. The timber is on ! what was part of the George Livesay larm 2XA miles from Maretsburg and five m iles from Mt. Vernon. Call on or write me aLWabd, Ky Wm. i-- r Prick. VI fed O S.U3H0131J JLSVO HOd A. li. FURNISH it NOW. CONNnitOWN Brown-Furnish TJiePeople'sBajilc MT. V15RNON', U. . KY. Vice.-I- '. a general Real Kb t ate Ulbu.'ilrioas: handle town and farm Aproparty, do abstracting and 'ft Wo do Realty Co. IUKKR. President. J. IMS. nilL'MMON'l), nnc. rt ,1.1. a IfyouwanttoaollllBtyourprop-ith us; If you want to buy can sfivo you money. l'.I, THOMlVON.Jr., Cashier. CLAUDi: C. C'OX,Ass't. Cash. w wo v&x&pc&x. 3ol aQfcac$joc . $pG$zc$pc &a$juKfi ya?cnizya&cfra$i JONAS McKENZ I EACH WEEK, where you will always find listed the beit'of goods, which are sold for a fair margain of profit Goods bought right and soldi right are the kind of goods that it always pays, to buy. Our Motro has always been to give to our customers a the (very best goods possible for the money. Thanking my customers for the patronage iq the past and asking a continu' ance in the future, I am KB AN EYE ON THIS SPACE bid-do- r, n Yours very truly, CASTOR A JONAS McKENZIE, Mt. Vernon; Ky. cfexjfec SfoieajacgSoo && Children Ory CAS.T.ORIA s. Harry Miller has a position as Pharmacist ab Morristowu Teun. J. Ben Pike and "Catty" Frith and Hfnry Anderson were down trom Brodtiead Tuesday. Louiivmc & Nashvillc Ft n.Co. Rev. George S. Watson and TIME TABLE. Miss Rose McCord will leave Mon1.40 pm day night for Marysville Bible 22 uoitn. 21 uortii 3:53 a in conference. 23 south 11:38011) Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mullins 21 South 12:19 am are hero from London with Mr. JAS. LANDRTJM, Agent. and M;s H. J. Mullins on RichPhone No. 58. mond street. Mrs. Knte Magee, of Grab Enterrti nt the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice mall matter. Orchard and Mrs. J. H. Browning as of Livingston, were puests of Mrs. Solomon Riddle last week. PERSONAL Ben Craig of the Quail, section Hrrun Cox, aged about 67 died was with relatives here, during the nt his home neat tunnel No. 5. past week. Monday nt noon after a few days Mt. Vernon, Ky., June 14, 1512 J, Maurice Brown was here' a illness. Burial took place at Pine few hours Monday from East Hill on Tuesday. T9 "V.Cull UD "No. JO" WlIBll you wnnlto Communl . Bernstadt, Ky. onto wltli HIQNAL, Word reached here Monday that MT. VERNON SIGNAL a 79 1,7 tf XT X'" ' Robert tEwSf Burdette Honk had married one His bride is a Kentucky girl who lived in California where Burdette has a good position with n big lumber company. week belore. second-chu- g The following officers of the Eleventh District Christian Bible! School Association were elected at Pineville, last week for the ensuing ear: Dr. M. L. Scott, felllco, President; Chas. (J. Davis, of Mt. Vernon, Vice President; Miss Ida Moss, Pineville, Statistician and Willie B. Myers of Pineville, Secretary. The next convention will be held at Jellico early in June 1&13. WE KNOW That when we sell Shoes the customer is going to get good value and style for every cent he pays for them, BATES a pair of BATES Knows Just how and makes that the wean J ."? ' LJ LOUAL shoes MissNola Jones is in Winchester. W. C. Kirby returned from Dr. and Mrs. Ftancis were in buy it at Fish's you know Cincinnati, Tuesday morning with If vou fit feet and Brodhend Saturday and Sunday. his head bandaged the result of it is light. r- - .4i blow which Kirby says he reII. L. Smith ol Orlando was at You can airord to Wear ?ood in? .. Kings Mountain during the week. clothes if you buy them at Fish's, ceived when assaulted and robbed At Slanlord in the Queen City. Mrs. T. F. Griffin visited relatives y- Nkw TltLKI'HONMS, Will H. Saturday night, Hiatt Mink had if tried Saturday and near Crab Orchard Brown, residence No, 14 N, Somer- given Kirby $50 in currency and Sunday. of Shoes too canset road near tunnel No. t. his gold .watch worth 45 to keep Miss Elizabeth Van Winkle, ol The money was all be said their The rock plant at Sparda was for him. Berea, is visiting her grandfather closed down for three days on nc gone, which Kirby claims was 'As J. W. Van Winkle. count of a broken line shaft. taken off of him when he was Mrs. G. S. Griffin and children IF YOU DONT KNOW WE HANDLE You can depend ou us because assaulted, and the watch which have been visiting relatives in ft' was turned over to Mink Tuesday we furnish dependable good. Corbin and Jellico. was battered in a way to show , J. Fish. Mrs. J. P. Bordes of near Let this bo an invitation to try a pair next time that it had been in a pretty severe "ft". Mr. J. W. Ping, ol the Level wreck of some kind. was here, with relatives Mink got and last Friday and Saturday. Green, section died Tuesday after pretty nervous about his money D. Anderson, one of all illness of several months of and watch but Kirby assured him Chas. itftiWbMWMMeWMMlWMMW"l Richmonds leading druggists, was Tuberculosis. "WE STAND BY WHAT YOU BUY' that ho would make it good. here Saturday and Sunday. Give the other fellow credit for W. H. Fish, the ever huetlir.g went to. thinking as fast as you talk, even if Mrs. W. M. Poynter visit he does keep his mouth shut and manager of the clothing shoe store Crab Orchard Wednesday to of I. Fish at Masonic Temple her daughtor. Mrs. R. E Thorap looks interested. and "all around the cdmer next sou. ? The man who starts out to make to court house" returned Tuesday Mr. Walter Wallin and children a buisness of killing two birds with after a delightful trip, to Pineville Special Attention to Mail and 'Phone Orders of near Crab Orchard were with one stone generally conies back where he attended the Eleventh relatives here Tuesday and Wed with an empty bug. District Christian Bible School nesday. If better clothes than FISH'S convention which convened there .Miss Eva Moore, of Berea, is GUARANTEED CLOTHES were last Friday. He is loud in his th'i attractive guest of her aunt. made for the prices asked Fish who praises ol the lavish hospitality of Mrs. Hugh Miller, and cousin, Mrs would be selling RHWttWl Pinevillc s good people which them Sadie Moore. enjoyed and appreciated There will not be any services was greatly We are glad to see Victor C. Tate by all the delegates and visitors nt the Presbyterian Church next whojias been confined to his room to the meetinp; in thateuterpri ing I "forfeight weeks with typhoid and Sunday. Rev. Watson will fill his city. They were shown over the appointment at Livingston. inalnrijV fevers, able to be on the town and took in the sights of The W. J. Sparks Co., have tle surrounding country. One of the street again. R. K.'Powell's house and conCharles C Davis has begun the Owing to the demand for ballast 'For Salk: A fine black' jersey Judge L. W. Belhurum will be contract for furnishing ballast for side trips included the famous a night force has been put on at cow, first calf. Price $50. foundation ftir his bungalow on the tents were destroyed by fire yesterv Fish lot on Richmond street. hi Chicago next week to attend the L. & E. extension. A plant Cumberland Gap. day. He lived near Woodstock. As is usual the Sparda crusher and there Gus Stavkrson. June when he makes these trips, South will bo continuous running day the National Republican convent- will be installed near Beatyville. F. L. "How did Henpeck first ion. He is a delegate from the There will be preaching by th e Johnny Griffin Cull McClure says not more meet his wife?'' who has been of us, Mr. Fish stopped over at and night except Sunday. Presby. Eighth District. superintending the big plant of the London, oupposedly to retake tho than two thirds of the yarns the Claude "I t'on't believe he met Pastor, at the Card of Thanks: We desire Signal is telling on him are true ner. I have an idea she overtook '.terian Church Sunday morning aud Co., nt Mullins measurements of the Government S. B. McKenzie has accepted the W. I. Sparks neighevening. and he denies having made a him. position of timekeeper for W. J. Station, is taking his first vacation building with possibly au idea of to express to frieiids and one on the same plan but bors who were so, faithful and getaway a't battle of Bull Run but erecting Sparks Co., at their Mullins in 14 ears. One ol big shafts of the crusher ' The County Sunday School Conprobably of smaller dimensions. kind to us during the illness and claims to have been where the Station plant and is on the grounds All available carpenters are machinery at Sparda broke Monday vention will be held in Mt. Vernon It seems that lie losts the meas death of our dear mother and bullets were thickest; (hidden looking after the business. pressed into service at Pine afternoon, delaying the works on July 5th and 6th. General Secy, companion ouf sincere thanks. quite often. under an ammunition wagon.) P. M. Clark, representing the Hill nnd at Sparks quarry, where uronients Family. until a new one could be made and Geo. A. Joplin will be here, and J. I. Smith and Wolfe Mill Co., of Pennsylvania the W. J. Sparks Co., nre having Coming Home, is every member sent out from Louisville Tuesday. every Sunday School in the' county The reunion of the McFerron was here yesterday tc close the n new crusher set. Rev. T. J. Wa'soh, who bad for of the Christian Church next Sunrepresented. family June 6th to iOth at the old The Rockcastle County Fair should be l with Dr. Cornelius nnd L. the last four years been pastor of day morning June 15th., to answer Millet Seed, Cow Peusand chickhomo on Breezy Hill, near Pine II. Dayis for the machinery for the Maxwell Street Christian to roll call at firsts service of our Ass'n of ,Brodhead Ky., offers a en feed nt Adams and Griffin, Hill, was a very enj yable occasion, the Sisto Hiato's unheard , of and $10 baby jbuggy for the - prettiest big flour mill at Sinks. Ct us on telephone; get prices on bringing together nil the membtrs Church, has resigned in order to two weekn revival, conducted by unknown show, which was organattend Columbia and Union Uni- ilev. Watson, of Maxwell Street girl or boy baby under six months ized at this place a tew days since Willie B. Myers a lormer Rock- flour, meal, corn, liny; wholesale of five families. Inndditiou to the versities in New Yoru City this old. The buggy is on exhibition castle boy is now one of the lead and retail. Phone g(.-3- t Lexington, Ky., initial performance here children and grnndchildren of Mr. fall and complete a special course Church, office at the Citizens gave its x thriving little. ing citizens of the Gho. Tinslhy. at the Sec'y Wednesday. The chief rfnd leading Mrs. McFerron, Mrs. Clara Jo lin u. U. Miller, who was and Bank. of study. His successor at the city of Pinevillc. Mr. Myers took feature of the exhibition was the serving a year sentence in the Lucv, sisterof Mrs. McFerron, nnd Maxwell street church has not yet Baptist Church Sunday June 16 We hear many words ot com- street parade headed by a pony great pleasure in showing the her son H. A, Lucy and family been selected. regular services morning and mendation of the Signal's article delegates from this county to the County Jail for selling liquor, mnde chariot, loaded with fancifully were present. The; , learning of all points his escape Monday night by means Institutional work is the field evening. Sunday School at lo a. in last issue, on the bier crusher dressed membersXdriJven by the Bible School Convention of a skeleton key made of wood. So the reunion happily suprised ,the in which Mr. Watson has decided m. Preaching at 1 1 a m. preachnnd quarry interests of the W. J. daring bareback ri of interest around his '.own. and con- McFerrons and made the occassion to take special training and to ing at 7:4s p. m. Teacher's meetfar he has not been recnptuied. Sparks Co., in Rockcastle. We tortionist Bento spa L. ii. Davis was up from Liv followed home coming of two families Frank Ball who was sent to the the which he will, after graduation ing Tuesday evenings at 7530. will try to have one on tbe build-in- g by the inimitable plowr JMetto ingston yesterday having some instead of one. at the Eastern universities, give all Prayer meeting every Thursday store quarries at Langlord Hiatta; next came ie band''which deeds put to record for more lands State Penitentiary a few jears ago Breezy Hill is only a mile from evening at 7:30. Public cordially and Wildie in next issue. his time. near from Bell County for killing a ma the place where A. his firm has bought located carried peculiar sha d instruments H. McFerron " From Lexington Mr. Watson invited to attend all services. resembline ovster ns from which the proposed flour mill plant at named Bolen, has been paroled by of Pulaski countv, KyMi became ac The construction of the cement T. C. Duks, Will have something the State Prison Commission. He quainted with Miss S.ie Thompson, will go to Mt. Vernon, Ky., on Sinks proceeded much npise and little plant, at Pine Hill, which will Pastor. June 14, where he will hold a two An Indian delegation came music. further to say about this enterprise had a life sentence who came with her parents from cover sotnethiug like ten acres, weeks protracted meeting. After led by big chief Rubiuo which is a sure go, in next issue An improved calendar for the reauires such a vast amount ot next Brevard, N. C. inl8G6. This acThere were tour present that he will go to Middletovv'u, of Signal. Saturday night hotel mooting and quaintance culminated in a happy Va., which will be his headquarters use of the whole world is being work that it will probably be Benjo Mullino and little Eberharto war whoops frightened the nrltmrn tort In nprtnin nnnrtAra ' has returned to the shame of Mt. Vernon, we marriage on Easter Sunday April S. 0 Franklin sometime in the summer of 1913 whose while holding meetings there and a where he and his regret to have to say tnat it looks 9. ib 1, tuey lived in Rockcastle year is to have thirteen before the works are completed cats away. The troop In parade , . The from Lex'ngton . ot (lie blienanuoan Bernard, witnessed aviatiou like the proposition is a failure, county ever since, except for two in ether towns of four weeks each, and or near enough so to start the consisted ot about 25 members months "hon, valley before going to the uni dressed in all kinds of garQs and New Year's day and '.he extra day machinery iu motion. flights by noted airmen ou Satur- although a faithful few still have years which was spent in Laurel versities in New York early in the route included the principal day last. Mrs. Margaret Grimes, hopes. in leap year are t: be made each county, all of the fourteen children, September. Lexington Leader. who is an attendant in Central adjesnou" or no day. Then That the raising of strawberries streets. I he Georgia Minstrels (twelve of whom are still living) Our write up on the Winchester were born hero The Rockcastle County Fair every year would begin with tbe for maeket could be made a paing were eclipsed; thrown in the shade, hospital accompanied Mr. Frankexcept one. Ass'n has again contracted with same day of the week, and so thing ni this vicinity is well illus - j The exhibition took place in the Granite Brick Co., whose plant is Seven boys and seven girls lin, her brother, home for u visit. were trated by the Jeturnsof one small front yaid ot R. A. Sparks. Mr. Franklin says tliat the con located at Dudley, one of Rock- - born to them, of which six of each Hoaglan Bros Hippodrome, as WQUtd everv month George castles big enterprises, was gotten are living. R. L. McFerron, another free attraction for their j patch iu Mt. Vernonthis year., Among the .various members of the dition ol our fellow citien, Oue of our local geologists pre Last year Rev. Geo. S. Watson set aggregation were M a r g e 1 1 a Fair this season. This in itself in the up hurriedly and does not near do lumberman, Baker, who is a patient Mrs. E. B. Cox is a great attraction and deserves dicts that within the next decade out as the Dormitory 500 straw, Soarko the oriole song bird; hospital, does not improve and thesubject the justice that its im- and Miss Georgia , McFerron, e attending Rockcastle county, will not only berry plants, m ilngn patch 43 by, Raymo Ricardo, high tumbler and apprenhensive of portance deserves. his. friends are teacher in Graded School, Mt. the praise of This bie i be on the topmost wave, of pros- - 56 ft. This yea the patch yielded vauher; , Elizabetho Furnisho, last season ,tlfe outcome ol his condition. Mt Vernon Lodge I. O. O. F. Vernon, Mrs. W.J. Childress of the ratr attraction which consists of Chariot perity but will have an immense 104 gallons of strawberries, which. ' soubrette, Rutho Landrunsetto Dr. James F. Pennington, who observed memorial day Tuesday. Huston ville, Ky.. J. D. McFerron, ' graduated from the Mt. Vernon Including visiting members over of the class of 12 Berea College, races, guidless Horse races, Mat amount, 01 capuui investea witiun if sold fo fifty cents a gallon (thej white face commedleuue; Jentietto and relny races, aud various new her borders, in tbe mining and prevailing price here) would havo Crawfordutn black face artist and ' Collegiate Institute in 1902, and one hundred Odd Fellows joined Berea, Ky., Miss Rose McFerron, attractions that was not seen last manufacturing of its vast mineral netted more than $50.00. On this many others wiiose names we from the Medical Department of the iu the march to the cemetery to Principal of High School, Alderson season, together with tbe wild resources. He says further that basis, an acre of strawberries' failed to get. Although it was a University of Louisville, in 1908, decorate the grave of Bro. T. D, Okla., Mrs. J. B. Colemau, Louis- west show furnished in connection theie is an inexhaustable supply of would have yielded about $900.00. big blow out and barrels of fun nnd after three years successful Mullins, the ouly deceased mem- ville, Ky., W. H. and Fred Mc- by Wm. Miller is well worth materials, for the manufacture of Surely tbe strawberry is a plant was 'enjoyed by the youngsters practice, of his prolession took ber of the local lodge burrjed in Ferron, machinists Louisville, Ky., going to see. cement in all the hills of central that the people of Rockcastle Coun- - who took a part, which Included f a year's course in the Jefferson the county. 'The Uebekahs num J. S. McFerron, Christine and Roy The attractions that are to be and Eastern Rockcastle, and other ty should get better y acquainted most of kids of West Mt. Vernon, Medical College of Philadelphia, bering about twenty also joined of Breezy Hill. This same with. seen at Brodhead this season are valuable minerals. The iTotal receipts 13 cents. finishing up with honors on 3rd. of the procession. Returniug to the The others present were Mrs. great aud is far beyond anything geologist predicted, a quarler 'organization disbanded for the the present month from the above court house yard, refreshments Clara Lucy and Mrs. K. Litton and ever given this county. Cleaning, dying, repairing ana seai)0n mlt geeral manager Iliatto century ago that Rockcastle miner institution, the leading medical were served and Rev. T. C Duke, son of East. Bernstadt, Ky Mr. All work guaranteed. niay call them together again before has begun to als especially the stone nnd clays pressing. Tbe excitement The doctor and Mrs. Roy Beasley, Noble and Mrs. H. A. Lucy and family college of the East. when developed, would prove of Our motto, you must be satisfied faii already wax warm will pay a visit to his numerous Grand of the Rebekah's made inter of Rockwood, Tennessee, Mr. aud "" If you have never attended this great wealth to the county. His or your money back. friends in Rockcastle, befoie re- esting talks on the tv 0 orders. All Mrs. Eberhart nnd son H, B. Fair you will wanHo this season. statements are being borne out by C. II. MULLINS, suming practice. Our people feel the other lodges in the county ex Mary Alcorn of Mt. Vernon, Mrs. Over Bakers .store. We all know the ''Air ship" flys facts. Dr. A. G. Lovell is the FOR FLETCHER'S Mary Pencil of Pine Hill. proud of the progress of Dr. Jim. cept Red Hill, were represented. Mt. Veruou, Ky. man. twice each day. YOU KNOW That make not this you have much favor. in Brod-head- BATES SHOES $3.50 $4 00 k 5tf t. - be-in- g d.-a- 11 at-th- I . I -- Jf . v I eve-yon- 'i -- Children Ory f-? hHDBHt 1 J 7 '? CASTORIA i - i v urtar Mc't -?- 32-: J f fT"VO cfi iirf-i-tU1 jr. 11. J' ,j,i;v.jJ.luih" I .11.0,"' ' ti'ijrt, jv fr t .euce N G E GO poles to two white oa C0M.UJSSI0NE11AS SALE N 70 V 18 jkjIOs to a poplar) thence b CIRCUIT COURT. ROCKCAttTtK CIRCUIT COURT. 0 V 105 poles to a stake In I pole of , PlatntliT Bowman & Cockrell, Plaintiffs third corner on a hickory; thence S 10 spn wlo'l I jood omos jo finnom on. oq HI- lbuomis(x V 05 poles to a while oik; thence N 45 Vs I Cotninlflsloner'fi Sile Vs Commissioner's Sale. poo8 aoj tnwj inil no.t iirip Amm tij tioX ecn pop W 30 poles to a dogwood, thence S 27 NOT w Ud0(l Juntos 'Op 'in MM OW SllBApiI hi "" James Robert Ambrose no.C H"B,U I Defendant A. II. Baker, eto., Defendants. W GO poled to a stakes In ouo pole of oawi nox 'ssoupuiJi juoI ju; tpnui Awa By virtue of a judgement and order jwtUjoAi Xpio i oojApuaoj no.t By virtue of a judgment and order beginning: thenco to the beginning, jii 1 of ualo of the Roukoastlc Circuit Court of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, containing 50 acres. MJUlll A"ll 1 HUUitlAV .HOII 1! ItJJH OJUJAl "JU I tl.HAV WU I,HOJVlWMI rendered at the April Tarui, 1012 there- rendered nt tha April Term, 1912 there For tho purcliA-i- price tlw purchaser BSTOblp HlJpCWpm tnAVlMWH0ll,',O a"bs aj liiJiU of I shall proceed to offer for sale nt of 1 shall proceed to offer for sale at must execute fond with approved oMiuAivi, ana jo sooq jiioj 2iipn JJIJti uiojj wnoX xjs aoj the front door of the Court House in tho front door of the Court House In surety, bearing interest from day of sale uio i iiiq 'uouioav o; junnood oqnoij jno.t tojajins cojfl u sbav i out joj ouop vw Foiiapoui Mt. Vernon. Rockcastlo County, Ken- Mt Vernon, Rockcastle County Kv.. until paid and hiving the force and I S.ttJS "A! V PUD (XJIJAV Cn Xllip itlU M 100J I VflUM. tlOA tucky, to tho highest and best bidder, to the highest hnd best bidder, nt nubile I "ect of a judgment. Blddera must be A, nt public auction on Monday, tho 24th auction, on Monday the 2ith day of .031UOM oi juipnosil to comply with theso terms. day of luno, 1012, betweeu tho hours of June. 1912, fotween the hours of 9:oo G. S. Grilliu, iajpamoj umoujj jsoq Xjsa oip Jupq so t)u3!p3jj(u 3M3U!ii3M pun bjuoujiiu jo' Mail 0:00 o'clock a. m. and 1:00 o'clock p.m., o'clock a. in. and 4:oo o'clock p. ui. Master Commissioner, ossqj osjopuo wijljoqiiln pDp3Ui Jioq oqj jo ouios pun tuoi3js.id juaupuojj Rockcastle Circuit Court, .ilMM-opjo- q swJ jcupipaui being regular County Courtday, on a being reguldr County Court day, on a oqj iio juaipojjlu Ajoao sj sjpi oajajj MCJ ''JOO-'slfup Juiuuoj.jiqmt ou pun joqoao ou ttnoiuoo ipjtU uauiOM credit of six months, the following do credit of six months, tho following deOAIJBU uiojj opBj scribed real estate, located In Rock- scribed real estate located in Rockcastle oj Xpauiaj ouo HANSFORD. ojjjoabj B.oajajj Mfl jo aaniou qi s jnq castle County, Kentucky, and founded County, Kentucky, on the waters of and described as follows: Crooked C'reok, and bounded as follows: Rev. George Hnrgts, cf Wood Beginning at a stone in the lane, Beginning at a conditlanal corneiof stock, preached thrte very inter Peters' and Ambrose's corner; 8 20 K 6 popular nnd dogwood above tho whirl esting sermons at this placi Salur poles and. 20 links to a ptone; thenco hoU, on the east sldo of Crooked Creek Mr. and Mrs. N 83 K 20 poles to a cayo spring; thence near theohl Pish Dam, this beln Champ day and Sunday. down cavo spring branch with Its me-- I and Calloway Mulltns' line; thence with A. W. Adams spent Saturday anders; thence S 71i B 16 po!es to a Susan A. Mullins' line up the Laurel uieht and Mrs. Sunday with stake, with buckeye and birch po'jiters; Spur with center of the point to Wo, Adams' mother, Mr.. Sarah Klrbyjj thenco N 82 J E 6 poles to the fork of the Mullins ptako cornor; thence with h s David Pitman and family spent branch, with buckeye and two dogwood line a south direction to the cliff; thence pointers; thenco N 28 B 18 poles to a with the cliff to tho west end of the cliff; Saturday and Sunday with Mr. Btuall hornbeam or Iron wood, with theneo west to tho old fence to crooked and Mrs. P. M. Misses Bullock. sugar tree pointer; thence N 52 E 27 Creek; thence with the center of the Bertaand Bertha Kirby were iLe poles to a birch, Nancy Cook's corner; Creek to the lower end of tho McTitty guests of their cousins, Mis:es Lena thenco up Cook's branch, with Its me Hold to an elm comer on top of the anders, S 84 E ftl poles to a stake, N 4 ridge; thence with the center of the and Roxie McClure Saturday and from near Several E 0 poles to a stake. N Ell W 0 poles to ridge with said Mullins' line to H. Mul Suuday. a stake, N 75 1C 7 poles to a btake, N i lins' gum corner; lhence a northward Pongo attended church at this E 13 poles to u stake, N 03 W 8 poles direction to two small dogwoods, thence place Sunday. to a slake, N 10 poles, E 51 poles, E 3J to a beech and elm, B. Mullins' corner; Mr. and Mrs. James Barron poles S 47, K 5 poles to a stake. N 12 thence up Crooked Creek, with center CORN-FIEL- D spent Sunday , with Mrs. Barrut'j. E 8 poles to a stake, N 82 W 13 poles of Creak, to the beginning, containing mother, Mrs. Sarah Kirby. Rev. to a stake, N 1 poles to a stake, N 21 E loo acres. 5 poles to a stake, N 55 E4 polos, N 22 Kor tho purchase price the purchaser C. K. Carmicol preached near John V 8 poles to a Htako, N 64 W 4 poles must execute bond with approved Graves' at i o'clock p. in. Sunday, to a stake, N 30 10 11 poles to a stako, surety, besring Interest from day of on his way home from Mt. Pleasant N 05 W 8 jles to Richmond's elm corn sale until paid and having the forco and Mrs J. V. Bullock visited htr er; thence b&l V 34 poles to a white effect of a judgment. Hidden? must be daughter, Mrs. Hoxie Doati, last walnut; thenco along tho fence N 40 V prepared to comply with theso terms. 21 poles to a stake In the corner of tho week, M. G. Kirby and famil G. S. Griffin, fence; thence N 43 W 21 poles to Roberts' Master Commissioner, spent last Suuday witn Mr. and line; thenco S 50 VV 49 poles to a black Rockcastle Circuit Court. Mrs. J. S. Rowe. Mrs Maggie oak, corner to JIuiT; thenco Hull's lino Rowe and children visited Mrs. S 48 W 32 poles to a small red oak in COMMISSIONER'S SALE James Barron last week. Neal Huff's line; thence N 80 E 25 poles to a white oak; thence S 31 i E 10 poles to spent McPherron aud family ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT a small sugar tree, corner to Peters 8 uday with Mr. and Mrs. V. Wallace Laswcll, Admr. of thence N 82; E 10 poles to a stone la James Townscnd, , Plaintiff il. Barron. The farmers at this the lano; thenco with tliu lane S 21 E 10 place arc getting along very well poles to the beginutug Vs Commlssloncr'o Salo with their crops. Some have For the purchase jrlce, tho purchaser must execute bond with approved surety, Adelino Hales, etc Defendants their corn uoarly worked out tLe bearing interest from day Of sale until liy virtue of a jubgment and order of first time, paid and having the force and effect of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, a judgment. Didders must bo prepared rendered nt the April Term, 1912 there-Whooping cough u not danger to comply with these terms. of, I shall proceed to offer for sale at G. b. Griffin, ou when the cough is kept loose tho front door of tho Court Houee-Ir- . Mt. Vernon, Rockcastlo County. Ky atil expectoration easy by giving Mnstcr Commissioner, Tc-da- y Cough Remedy Rockcastle Circuit Court. to thchlllhestand best blddrr, at public Cu uiberlain'b auction, on Monday, tho 21th day ol It has been used in many edidemics -June, 1012, fotween the hours of 9:oo of this disease with perfect success. COMMISSIONER'S SALE a, m. and 4:00 p. m., Iwlng regular For sale by Chas. C Davis. ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. County court day, on u credit of six ', 'l"1 Jessio Denny, oujy a vision, Plaintiff mouths, the following described S?8SDAX lived ft real but TO-Ivol makes overy yeslrday a Uremn of estate, located In Rockcastlo County, and every a vision uf hope. Thercfoi Vs Commissioner's Sale y not yesterday nor brlnjf your account to Kentucky, folng two teacts located ou Calloway Kakor, etc Defendants. the waters of Iloundstone Creek and TJIfi BANK OF MT. VERNON lly virtue of a jndgmont and order of bounded as follows: Tract No 1. Bcglniug at a popular Then our liojw is (hat all your moneys will brlnj,' you happl-nessale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, and prosperity, and all your rooollectious of yesterday will rendered at the April Term, 1012 there- In the Held, a corner of two other surWiny you irreat satlsfacticn and all your dealings and relations of, I shall proceed to offer for sale at veys- one In the name of Dailey lirowu with this Bank will briiiK you yreat prosperity. the front door of the Court House In and the ether hi the name of Joshui. Over U. G. Baker's Sloro. Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Ky., Brork; thenco with said Urown's line to the highest and best bidder, at pub- N 12 K a I iKles to two white oaks: MT.VERNON, KENTUCKY Crown and llridge Work a specialty. C. C WIUJMS, President. lic auction on Monday, the 21th day of ihcnce N 21 piles through the gap of a All work guaranteed. W. h. RICHARDS, Cashier. June, 1912, fotween the hours of 0:00 cliff to u white oak und cfoxtuut oak; 13 ociock a. in. nnn i:w o'clock p. in., thence S 05 W an poles to a white oak; being regulnj County Court day, on a thencs S a W .... .to a dogwooj and to "" credit of ix months, the fol.owing de- intersect a line of Brock's survey; scribed real eatite located in Rockcastle thenco with his line S 45 R 30 poles County, Kentucky, on the waters of to a white oak, N lo K 05 to a . , . ., N 0 K 105 poles to tho beginnRockcastle River, and bounded as folMt Vornou, Kyt oi?di 'Uuwoai ajsai- ijaiM noqu stoinb oPO(p ejtp.oitfn p8A3i Aiou Uosjapv 1!?W .K"!cJ Otoq Matuo 'nopi?3 "A3JJOO 'BUTI f ."tniTOtt Suppos WIUJOA SuiojIis 6 iqjno pajiJBiil ao - coahussiotiisii's yt irrrrrrriWf .',ttmmh - .nm nfirnwifiinwuniiiim rriurn sale I CKCASTLR Eliza Ambrose, ffJWffi "t lflI-,- Avon-spt- inod J una IAfcrl'IJ If Ifl lilnil.iiiiiiin.,i.ii,iiii..i. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. ,.,. .- - ALCOHOL 3 PEll OP.vt i,!,,!!,,, The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature AVcgelablcPreparaiionrorAs-slmi!ailii!ilffiFborf.imirfeiJi!i- ling Ute Stomachs andflmrcls of A, yy 4- - Promo(esDigesliontafid-ncssandRest.Contalnsnritk- r Opium.Morphlnc norJliocral. Not Narcotic. JbchttttMt-jtusett- FARMERS Call On Us For ti UilsrhaaltSila miujfiaifvmr. HTurnine: Plows Double Shovel Plows GARDEN & HOES nnn. rtour sin inacii.uidiiiiuu "Worms.Coirvulsions.revcrislf Aperfect Remedy for Ctasflf j m WW 2-- i nessflndLOSSOFSLEEP. Facsimile Signature of tStf?Zttv- - J For Ovs NEW YORK. Thirty Yea lJi I i, Guaranteed under in THC CIHTAUR Exact Copy of Wrapper. COtmNT, IW VONK CITT. Stock Poultry Food Guaranteed & mm Noe & Davis m Yesterday morrow ?Ji to-da- S hap-pltio- to-da- Dentist 1 PRACTICAL 3 I UNDERTAKERS 2 'FTJNERAL, DIRECTORS, 3 2 EMIlALMKItS Mt, Vernon, Ky, g OUCH METALICCASKETS 3 3 g g Coffins apd Robes. will havo charge of line cr s g Licened Embalmurfor tho company, that of " 3 work Hearso sent to all points Orders by wlro promptly rlllod. GEOpCp OWENS, Manager 1 I MBnumpnlal gmmnm!H,inmmni!Hmn!!!innin!n!m!!mni!nmm5 &i'. ffERNDM GASKET CD. 1 ,.!. i A NO - MMKEzsMwBBBMMMwM9mM&MW,' . Hi g Office Mt, Vernon Building PHONE 11a iaiaiiitiiiiiiiiiiuuiiiiiiiiiiliiKiiUiiiiiiiitiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiuai s, THE BANK OF MT. VERNON !!! ;b w W. T. FRANCIS, Are You Nervous? What makes you nervous? It Is the weakness of your womanly constitution, which cannot stand ihe strain of the hard work you do. As a result, you break down, and ruin your entire nervous system. Don't keep this upl Take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui Is made from purely vegetable Ingredients. It acts gently on the womanly organs, and helps them to do their proper work. It relieves pain and restores health, in a natural manner, by going to the source of the trouble and building up the bodily strength. Dentist UNDEKTAKEE is unexcelled Hand-made Our lino of Couch Cnakots ColTmsfurnished Hoarse sent to all parts of tho County All orders by Wire Promptly Filled Phone 94 S W. A. COX, MT. VERNON. l lows: On the North by the Sand Hill county road; ou the South and East by the lands of Mrs. T. A. Gresham, now owned by Walker and James Mullins, and on the West by the lands of Win Owens , and containing 8i acres, more or less. For tho purchase price the purccaser roust execute fond wlthnpproved surety, bearing interest from .lay of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of n Judgment Bidders must fo to comply with these terms. G. S. Griffin. pie-parc- el ing. Homo and olllco In tho lato residence Tract No. 1. Bounded on the north by tho lands sf 1 W. Smith; ou tin Dr. Mycra formerly occupied on Old oast by tho lands of K. W. Smith; ou the Main St., Mt. Vernon. Am at my office at all times. south by tho lands of James Towonseud on the west by the lauds of William Campbell's heirs, and containing 6o acres more or less. iurffCj C.C. Williams, ATTORNEY-AT-LA- For the purchase price the purchaser must execute fond with approved surety, bearing Interest from day of sale until paid and having tho force and effect ol a judgment. Bidders mast fo prepared to comply wiih these terms. G. S. Griilln, Master Commissioner, KY Master Commissioner, Rockraotle Circuit Court LKKA Burns clear vJSKr last For jPsV'r'' J lvvV vvflVB "eadjr to the T. S jf H wME$hjjr I W MllllTliri 1 MMk VI Solite LamP on Pfe VjHHMJ flpjfaMfi f c5vW2i I w2 VSJ JB V? white, and tho drop. tlie sake of cveryona In family, Insist on liavlne lk 1 OC-- Z S VH m ."r Smokeless Sootless Odor- less Costs no more than In- M 1 mimm mriiir innir nrn onn tr inn Bavea eyes; saves money. Your dealer has it In barrels direct trom ?ur works LOU SV LLE. KY. L utautry at Wsrrtn, Tu xiigu.uraue Aiotor uatoiina. w kHH Vwl ESJP i UMAb. U. STOLL O CO.. MAKES GASP The awiul list of injuries on a Fourth of July staggers humanity Set over against it, however, U the wondertnl healing, bj Bucklen's Arnica salve, of thous ands, who suffered from burns, cuts, bruises, bullet wounds or ex plosions. Its the quick healer ol boils, ulcers, sczema, sore lips oi piles. 25CIS at Chns. C. Davis'. CASTORIA THE NATION Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S KY. JOFFICE. On 2cc'.. floor o HieBankoi'Mt. Vernon, on Church given treet. Special attention o collections. Phone No. 8o. MT. VERNON. Cardui WomaifsTomc Mrs. Grace Fortner, of Man, W. Va., took Cardui. The This is what she says about It: "I was so weak and nervous, I could 'riot bear to have anyone near me." I had fainting spells, and I lost flesh every day. The first dose of Cardui helped me. Now, I am entirely cured of the fainting spells, and I cannot say enough for Cardui, for I know it saved my life." It Is the best tonic for women. Do you suffer from any of the pains peculiar to women? Take Cardui. It will help you. Ask your druggist Wrlli to: Ladles' Advisory Dept, Chitttnoon Medicine Co., Chattanooga. Tenn., book, "Horn 'Treatment lor Women," tent tree. J SO for Special Instructions, and Rockcastlo Circuit Court. COMMISSIONER'S SALE I. CMoCLflRY UNDERTAKER ROCKOASTLK CIRCUIT COURT Wnllaco Laswelt, Admr. of and EMBALMER Martha Towiibcnd, , . t Vs Plalntlfi Commissioner's Sale MR. PROPERTY pWNER-St- op! Consider! Why not use the best possible when YOU pay the bill? hWHI S Hanna's Green Seal ml ri Jill Stands for everything that is best in paint. The pigments used are properly proportioned and thoroughly compounded. mm ffiftfffiftjf M iiHI WfVm STUDY THE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE "HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT , 1 is Made to' Wear" mm sJM Wm xim FOR 8ALI BY 1 Vll ICtlI iHi I ffiffllmffl i NOE& DAVIS V i Adeline Bales, etc Defendants. lly virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at its April Term, 1012, I shall proceed to otler for salo at the front doorof tho Court Housq in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastlo County, Ky., to the highest and best bidder, at public auction, on Monday, the 21th.day of June, 1012, between the hours of 9:00 o'clock a. m, aud 4:00 o'clock p. ui., being regiilar County Court day, on a credit of six months, the following described real estate located In Rockcastle County, Kentucky, being two tracts located on ihe witters of Rouudstono Creek, and bounded aud described as follows: Tract No. 1. Beulnnint? at a wbitt jl'ii JP 'oak, black walnut nnd sugar tree on f.liR tmrtli nlrli. n.niiiiflfitnnn CreeW. ahnnl 2 miles above Spencer Mullins' house; thence N 41 E 60 poles to a white oak Mount Vernon Monumental and poplar; thence N 10 E 65 poles to a hickory; thence E 17 poles to a white oak; thence S 10 W 70 poles to a hick;works ory; thonco s 47 E 74 poles to Include nn improvement known as the Kaken- of and gest place, lo an elm on the bank of -- r mi n Marbles and Roundstonc Creek; thenco with said mDEALEl creek to the beginning. Monuments of all Tract No. 2. Beginning at the same Granite Estimates furnished first survey and thence kinds. corner to the with said Mullius' survey N 41 E 60 on application. poles to a white oak and poplar; N 1(j GEO. OWENS Propr. E 05 poles to a hickory, E 17 poles to o white oak; thence, leaving the Mullins' Phone 112 survey. N 0 W 41 poles to a black oak; Stanford, Kv jpSMNxx cms, $3ce&Gc3 C. DAVIS xycjGiPKyafi DJJCrpcCpOCCCi There are lots of Drug Stores in this land of ours that sell Drugs, but the Drug Store for the people is the one that gives the purest drugs obtainable. Try us and let us prove ourselves the one, Yours, 33fc$r)cS MwM ftiamifflr.tiirar Chas l r Phone No. 89 C Davis, Druggist MT. VTRNON, KY. JXXXXJCX 3(t!l($X3lfM ,. .'- tBiHHB!W" A' vj ' .g.. .- t 4.. Jl - A, I K. .., ..LvJ