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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY, FRIDAY, JUNE 4 HOAGLAND BROS-- ' HIPPODROME 1 AND M I L L E R ' Wild West Show ATTRACTIONS FOB BRADHEAD FAIR s N M 4V T.1 Everyone attending the Brodhead Fair last season knows of Hoaglan Bros attractions; consisting of Ten i Bis: Free Attractions They may be seen again this season at th Brodhead Fair AUGUST V ZZ v . 14, 15 & 16 1912 zzzzzzz: . ' Ifwr'-- 3sV f - jH.V-- r. . . " .M V'l? Men s P We are showing an immense line of Pants made for small men, medium size and big men. It doesn't matter what shape you are or size, we have a. pants for you. These pants are fancy and young men and old men just the price to suit any and purse. Call make your selection from the choicest line of pants to-d- ay creations: in just Pi ain patterns, to s u to show the newest latest it ever gathered together $3 $4 (M? and $5 SUTTON DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING HOUSE & 1VJ cjBtt While it is the MtOUHEAD. United States. To the people of Mt. Vernon intention of this mill to look and Rockcastle county: To Bit Ekkctkd. more particularly to the mountains We beg of the Editor of Mt. Mrs. J. W. Mink, returned to ANOTHER ROCKCASTLE the owners propose to iuvade the VllRNON SlONAL space in its her homo in Richmond, after ENTERPRISE. bluegrass regions, with their out- columns .o speak to them in the spending a few days with her Cornellis is one'of t.e appellat- put as well. A record of the interest of all our people regardless parents Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Robions suggested for the name of water flow has been kept for two of political or reliious affiliation. ins. Mrs. Ellen Mahaffoy suf btation, post ottice, etc., lor me years or more and it has been It gives pleasure to our good fered a slight stroke of paralysis proposed big roller mill plant at shown that there is plenty and citizens to hear of the prosperity last week, but wo are glad to ro- The under- to spare even during dry seasons of any and all of our people. port that she is much improved Sinks, tins county. taking is backed by Dr. Cornelius to lurnish all necessary power When one is successful in any at this writing, and it is hoped of Berea, and L. H. Davis, a to diive all needed machinery legitimate and useful enterprise that she will fully recover. Her merchant and business man of about the plant. The siding all share in some degree in his brother "Uncle" John Sowdor, Preliminary grading will be a spur and will start prosperity. Livingston. What is true in this who is affected with .the same for foundation of buildings and offi,.fromrmain Hue of rodd respect is true also in a large trouble, is able to be out on tho dam is already going on. A con about feet measure when our people meet streets, but Is very feoblo. Mrs. hundred three crete duui will be constructed north of Sinks telegraph office, with adversity. In short we are MontevDunn, and daughter Miss its, on. "east side adross Round , Stone Creek; The all individually a part of the com Ella, of Danville, are visiting of track. dimensions wilLJpe ten feet wide mill building will be something munity in which we live and are friends and relatives here this at bottom and four feet at top and like four hundred feel from the in a measure individually respon week. Attorney E. R. Gentry 20c feet long; at a point some telegraph office. sible for the weal or woe of our was in town last Friday and Sat thing like eight hundred feet is propose to have all modern citizens. It urday. Chas. S.Lyons, tho Junc telegraph conveniences iu way of railroad "Sinks" north ot We are pleased to note the ma- tion City lumle:man, was in town. hundred station, post office, expiess, tele- terial prosperity of our mountain on business Saturday. Mr. and station and probably up the creek from "Sinks of graph and telephone offices. feet counties. To see the development Mrs. Thos. Baker of Wiltor, Ky., Roundstone" "where the water of We are tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. One of the best millers to be of our natural resources. the creek, at low tide, disappears tound in the State has been em; are sure our people will be ma Wm. Francisco this week. We into tho ground, and under a ployed by this firm. terially benefitted whether we own understand that Mrs. Baker and mountain to reappear at the "Boils One of this mills proposed the lands or invest iu the numerous children will remain here for a. at Livingston, three miles below. special drives will be in the meal industrial enterprises springiug month or xnoto. Miss Clyde The mill buildfng and elevator trade in Rockcastle and the upln our midst. Watson uoturned home from will also be made of concrete re- Southern counties, the product Now what is the first considera Richmond last Friday, where she inforced by iron and steel the to always be ot first class quality. tion, in any well ordered com- hasbeen attending the State Normain building will be four stones mal. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest It is proposed to buy all of munity to enjoy our prosperity The foundation of Rockcastles surplus wheat or any in heiehth. What shall we' do to promote a Thompson and family of Mt. Verdam will be entirely on bed of rock corn that she has tq sell but of due regard for law and order? non, were the guests of Mr. and across the stream and juts against course the larger portion of the Can we reasonably expect to reap Mrs. T. K Francisco Saturday rising solid stonej: cliffs on both mills grist will have to be im a full measure of our prosperity and Sunday. Miss Mary Proctor The reservoir or back ported until our county buckles if we fail to look after our social was in Mt. Vernon, last Sunday sides. water will extend up the creek down to more wheat raising and moral welfare? and Monday on account of tho three nud half or four miles. The It is said Rockcastles wheat crop What are we to expect in any of serious illness of her niece Miss mill company has purchased all this year is larger in acreage than these essentials to prosperity if Amy Proctor. George Owens the lands on each side ot stream, e"er sown heretofore and is infine we neglect the religous phase of the Mt. Vernon Monumental that will be submerged by the condition. education. man, was in town Saturday. erection of the dam. A flume or It might bo said in passing that We that are grown, we who have Willie Yadonwas down from. race, constructed of concrete will this mill will not use a piece established a character good or Livingston Saturday and Sunday. conduct the flow from reservoir of second hand machinery but bad, are presumably what we J. Thos. Cherry was here from down to the mill where it will put in everything new Jroin shall bo to the end. Some of us Crab Orchard, Sunday. Miss be used to run aujOversbot steel foundation to roof which will be may mend our ways, and 'become Mary Adams returned to her wheel size eight by twenty-fou- r installed by a responsible mill better citizens, may be better home in Crab Orchard, after feet, weighing 25,000 pounds de- machinery manucacturer and fully christians, but the chances are spending two weeks with her veloping probably twice the horse- guaranteed to be second to no doubtful to ray the least. If we parents Mr. and Mrs. Smith . power needed in the operation mill ever erected. The contract are to have a more enlightened Adams. Dr. George M. Frith of the mill. citizenship, was in Mt. 'Vornon has been let and when completed intelligent christian Thursday The plant will be fitted with and in operation and giving satis what are our resources? night of last week. Mrs. J. F. the latest and best modern ma- faction to the mill owners tnon the What are the forces to be em Carter returned from a weeks chinery that money can buy; builders gets his money otherwise ployed, to achieve, this uplitt from visit in Shelbyvillo and other evervthinir to be first' claJb nH if anything doesn't show up firsjt the dead level of mere material points. C. H. Frith, and littles every respect and the product class in every respect then no prosperity?. daughter Elnora, was in tha,4citjr will be second to none in the pay until its made satisfactory. Can it be expected that this of Pine Hill betweon trains Saturwill cost the firm can be achieved in our schools? day. A number of young folks. This machinery with Mr. and Mrs. C A. Whool- almost double the price they could Nay, verily my fellow citizens. got same from some othor If the home has lost its power don, Evan Wheeldon and Prof. have makers; the difference being on to save tho voting people from 'P U T ilnnc iPniif fi fttr fnnmna their worldly mindednes, and Buck Crook en a fishing trip, and account of quality. The proposed name, Cornellis, is fail to train them in the way of they claim thoy caught plenty of made up of a combination of names virtuous citizenship alas! for our fish, but it is an undeniable fact boasted civilization. of Cornelius and Davis, the that the majority 'of the crowd What are our alms in life? What returned home as hungry as tho and builders of the enter prise, taking six leuers 01 vvornei-iu- s is vour and my ideal oi citizen Prodigal Son, and wo are of the had less than and the two last lotters of ship? What are the standards by opinion that thoy Dav-is- . five loaves aud two small fishes. It is euphonious and which we mtasure ourselves? My fellow citizens, no,t all tbe -- Mrs. P. A Shelton and'phildron there is not a place by that appellation within any of the Ameri- coal and iron, all the mineral returned home after spending can States or on the globe as for wealth, all the manufactured pro- two weeks with relatives in Bosduct from the raw material, in all ton and Shephordsville, Ky. as can be learned. of Eastern Kentucky can furnish Homer Wallin is in town this DEAFNESS CANNOT BE week. Mrs. Ed Sprowl arid child-rothe ransome" of one human CURED South of Paris, are, with her father" by local applications, as they can- Not all the wealth of India, nay all the and sister F. Francisco and Miss 1 not reach the diseased portion of Africa, The Klondyke vlriMlPF iff MKKKFiKt the ear. There is only one wav wealth of the, world is sufficient. to Jowol. Mrs. Sprowl will visit her to cure deafness, and tnat is by redeem a human soul, from the uncle Jack McCall in Franklin, constitutional remedies. Deafness thralldom of sin and prediction. Tenn., boforo returning to'hor, is caused by an inflamed condition Miss Louiso and Bardie What shall I, newest ol the mucous lining ot the give in exchange or you or anyone home. of Indianapolis, Ind., are for one soul? Wilson Eustachian Tube. When this tube ti rumbling all new is inflamed you have hearing, and What shall it profit us my with their'sistor Mrs. T. II. Lik-insound or imperfect we gain the whole world Tildon Frithhas moved his I when it is entirely closed, Deaf- friends if our own soul? all colors are shapes family from Harlan, whore they and lose ness is the result, and unless the article In tbe preparation future inspection inflammation can bo taken out there is no prsPect of fthisworldly had taken up their Wo aro abpdo, ready for back to Brohhcad. always this tube restored to its and first normal condition, hearing will be gain, there is no purpose of glad to seo wauderors returning: are destroyed forever; nine cases out pecuniary reward but for the love homo, but it is a little hard on and of '.en are caused by Catarrh, of oui .neighbor and our neighbors house-holfurniture to bo moved which is nothing but an inflamed children to tho uttermost part of twlco in two weeks. Claudt Owcondition of the mucous surfaces. the earth this appeal is made to ens and Uttlo sister Margie styles were We will give One Hundred In Mt. Vornon Sunday, tho guest, Dollars sor any case of Deafness fathers and mothers. See to it now this day, this year, of their sister Mrs. Frank Sutton. caused by catarth that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. see to it that all safe guards of a Joe Carter delightfully ontor.-tainSend for circulars, free. twenty five of his friends' 'Christian home aro thrown around F. J. CHMNNBY& Co., your sons and daughters. last Thursday evening- R. H. Toledo. O. See to it we beseech you that Hicks was at homo Sunday Sold by Druggists, 75c. Martin and Everett WatTake Hall's Earaily Pills for our children are protected from constipation. son woro in Crab Orchard Sunthe eraisjaries of the evil one. If we desire wealth, fame, fortune day. Miss Lizzie Tharp returnYautscy, Friends of Henry serving a life sentence for the "Sec-- vo first the Kingdom of ed homo from a weeks visio with and other assassination of Governor Goebel God and his righteousness and all friends in Danvillo Kentucky, are again seeking these shall be added unto us In points. Miss Elizabeth Gentry of measure for all our was tho guest of Miss Sue Cable sufficient his release on parole. into buis- - needs. Mav the God and father Saturday. Brack Durham is into a, halla.nd tho lower to see head' or !ies apartments. ur. o. ii. of us all helpofus eternity our selves taking a few days vacation and,-it,.VV and fit us. Ead T Jobnsonajrod about 05, after a the light is holdinir i face lingoring illness of heart trouble for a heaven by home prepared 'third trick1' in Crab Orchard, in nasscd for all of the faithful in Christ. nnri mlinr rnmnlaints. his stead Miss Carrie Frith $1. $3- J away at 0.15 o'clock, last Wednes A Citizen. was up from Gum Sulphur Sat-day evening. ie uau oeen physician here, for a practicing The uniform success that has' urday. Mr. ana Mrs. H. B. Mc- long time, was father of tho R R. attended the use of Chamberlain's f Clary wore tho guests of Cashier Go's., Surgeon, Dr O E. Johnson Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea nnd Mrs A M- - Hifttt fmn Satur. . Ho leaves a wife and severu. Remedy has mqde it a favorite ,, linM1 mnoa,1nlT ,f r.. J' T,, Orch- X everywhere. It' Can al.ways be children. Tuesday afternoon for Crab depended upon" It can always h Hpnended UDOU. For sale by aru"i wh0 they will spend a few FOR FLETCHER'S (uonnuuca on next page.) iChas. C. Davis. BIG ROLLER MILL. . 11 -- T fif 'sVr 1912. Established 1887 NUMBER 38 MSIMM. up-li- lt pro-moto- Mv mm n Hats for Yoqng in the the MEN s. now your As usunl we d National Hats $1.50 to ed -- $3.00 - 5 STRAW NATS $2. and to fit any any suit n ?l Children Cry ' C ASTORIM V 1 $$ MT. VERNON SIGNAL Uncle Dan Sonder of Iudlanuj olis, lud., is with his brother and sister, Uncle John Sowder and Friday, June 21, 1912 Mrs. Ellen Mahaffey this week. was in M'. Mrs. f. W. Proctor Vernon, the guest of her bon Published every Friday by Steve Proctor this week. EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. Our Railroad Agent J. R. Cass accotnnanied by his daughters, place, and $I.OO Miss Annie, of this DESCRIPTION ONB YKAR Mrs. L. B Hilton, of Stanford, attended the wedding of Mr. Advertising rales made known on Cass' sister, Mrs. Jennie C. Welter to Mr. E. J. Ashcraft, application at the residence of the bride, on last. Baxter Ave., Louisville, Saturday. Tlio wedding which MKMBKROF affair, was KENTUCKY PRKSS ASSOCIATION was a quiet home solemnized at 4:30 p m , and WITHERS Ctops and gardens are looking very much better after the re- freshing showers. A large crowd of the young iolks attended church at Cave Ridge Sunday. W G, Muilins, of Disputnnta visited his motuet, Mrs. E. Mullms from Friday until Sunday and then she accompanied him home for a few days stay. Messrs Smith and Asbill. of Berea, were through tnis part last week calling on the u:ercuants. Dr. Uornelius was called to the home of Thad Drew 10 see his mother who is very sick. Mrs. Dillard Cotton is very sick at this writing. Euimit Muilins still makes his Sunday trips to the 4ome of Thos. Anderson there is some surely. attraction The Whortleberry crop is going 10 be plentiful thisearin this part. I. M. Roberts was in Livingston today on business. Thomas Daugherty visited his daughter Mrs. Chas. Durham Saturday and Sunday.--Mis- s Mary Durham, of New York City, is spending the summer with her father, Rev. Thos Durham, at this place. Green Carpenter, of Dango, was in this part Sunday. He says he is contemplating on going into the goods business soon. Mrs. Edd Owens has returned from a visit with ber sister, Mrs. Muilins, in Teiin. We understand that Miss Katie Price, of Level Green, will teach our school this year. Sunday School at Cave Ridge every Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Rev. Hughey Ponder filled his regular appointment at River Hill Saturday and Sunday. Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate By virtue of execution No. 719 directed to me which issued from the Clerk's office of tlio Rockcastlo Circuit Court iu favor of K. J. McIClnney against S. J. Klnley, I will on Monday, 24nd day of Juno. 1912. between tho hours of 11 o'clock a m, and 1 o'blocK n m, at the court house door, iu Mt Vernon, RocK castle county. Ky, expose tor Bale to tho highest bidder the following de scribed property, or so much thereof as may be necesasry to satisfy the plaintiff's debt and cost, undivided .sharo In the following lands subject to the life estate therein of Kinley, widow of Sam Klnley deceased, located in Kociccastle county, n pari of tho David Ilctluiruin, Sr. farm, on Dry Valley, of Dry ForK, f SKeggs Creek, and bounded as follows: Begin iiinj at sx stone corner, near the top of the liill on thu west side of the farm opposite the first cross fence above the John Lewis house, said stone stands in tho outside east line of David Betliur-um- , Sr, survey, thence S 41 V to a stone set by Micheal Pitman and Grant-so- u Bethurum, thence S 03 88 2 poles to a stake with pointers near by Pitman's cole bank said to be in Smith's outsido line, thence V 44 E 62 poles to a poplar with jjolnters near old corner about 60 yards above and south east of Smith's old coal bank said to be his corner and cornar also to Pitmans 05 acre survey) thence his line which is Smith's, w i4 E 83 poles to a poplar an old corner, thence with Pitman's line N 17 to a stone opposite said cross fence abovo John Lewis' old house thence with the said cross fence to the beginning containing loo acres be the same more or less. The above sale will be made upon a credit of 3 months with approved sure ty.- The amount of debt interest and cost is J39.o8. T. J. NICELEY, S. R. C to-wl- t: one-secn(1-- Si ANNOUNCEMENT TAIjCE this means of announcing that I have purchased the stock of General Merchandise of R. L. Langford on Richmond street where I will be found at all times trying to serve and please my cusline 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 I up-to-d- ate well-select- ed the contracting parties left for WLXm & The national Republican conven tion met in Chicago on Tuesday last etc., and largest line of saddlery, and there has been stormy times in the windy city every minute since. in need of in The national committee had prev iously given to Talt nearly all the L'angf ord the line contested delegations which natut ally caused the Roosveelt people to Graded School building. street near put on their war paint. The convention was started off by the elec for tion of Elibu Root, a Taft man, for tempomry chairman after a hot old time in the hall. Col. Roosevelt Suecessoi to concluded at the last moment to go COMMISSIONER'S SALE is theieon hands in to Chicago and K. L. LANG FORD. command of his forces. On ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT Wednesday after running the tem COURT. space each week. perature of convention up to some' E. R. Spottwood & Son, thing over 101 in the shade a ere Plaintiffs Street, dential's committee was appointed Vs Commissioner's Sale consisting of 34 Taft men and 19 followers of Roosevelt. This com Gravely are visiting their parents W. F. Moore and J. W. Moore snittee met Wednesday night and and grand parents Mr. and Mrs. Name and style of iirm, W. F. after failing to agree on a set of D. W. Parker in Sago, Va. Moore & Son, Defendants. rules in trjing the 72 submitted A TEXAS WONDER. By virtue of a judgment and ENDS HUNT FOR RICH GIRL. contest cases the Teddy Bear men CHILDRENS DAY. The Texas Wonder cures kidney order of sale of the Rockcastle Often a hunt, for a rich wife ends "flew the coop" and refused to and bladder troubles, removing Circuit Court, rendered at the To be held in the grove at gravel, cures diabets, weak when the man meets a woman Col. Roosevelt says the play. and April Term, I9I2 thereof, I shall Her national committee simply made a Union School house, June 30 1912. lame backs, rheumatism and all proceed to offer lor sale at Pu- - tuat uses Electric Bitters. I irregularities of the kidneys and laski Station, in Pulaski County strong nerves tells in a bright naked steal and robbed him of dele- Opening at 10 o'ciock A. M. in boty men and women. Regu- Ky., to the Mgnest and Destbul-- l brain and even Program. temper. Her gates in their decision in contested lates bladder troubles in chibren. der, at public auction, on Monday peach.bloom complexion and ruby cases and be doesn't propose for Opening address, by pastor If not sold by your druggist, will "c; "PS result from her pure blood; J. M. Cummins be sect by mail the credentials committee to do on receipt of tweenthe hours of 9:00 a. m. and her bri ht fl0ln restf , s, Union choir $1.00. One small bottle in two 4:00 p.m., thefollowmgdescribed'w elastic stetJ from Grn, r likewise. Teddy is a master of Song. MAKE mi earnest months treatment, and seldom personal property: English and he is giving the sub Welcome address, muscles, all telling of the health fails to perfect a cure. One 20 horse power boiler and and strength Electric Bitters give Send for effort to accomodate all Four girls and boys ject the best be has in the shop and testimonials from his and engine, Russel make, together Freedom choir states. Dr. E. W. Hall, other with a No. 2 Saw Mill rig of Rus- a wonnn, and the freedom from classes. Olir aim lb to make its mighty warm stuff when he Song, 2926 Hays Olive street Louis, Mo. Sold by sell make, with all the attach- indigestion, backache, fainting and Greetings Casper makes reference ispecially to mem this in every respect the dizzv spells they promote. Everyments bolongiug thereto, consist where they are woman's favorite Six girls Druggist. bers of national committee whom Con. Rec. The Bible, Pkoplk'b bunk; a bank wliero ing of one new Circular yaw of remedy. If weak or ailing try Brodkecd choir calls thieves, highway robbers, and Song, all may feel at home a place Adkins make, and all belting and them. 50c at Chas. C. Davis'. COVE various other pet names. The Con. Rec. A garland of roses. cut off rig and lumber truck and . 3 where those of moderate means Three girls Colonel declares he will not stand edger outfit of Russell make. Three slumbering volcanoes in Miss Winnie Falin, who has may expects the same treatJJdd Gentry for robbery and at the present writ- Address, Said sale will be made for the the Alention Mountains of Alaska Freedom choir been attending the State Normal purpose of satisfying a judgment have come to life are throwing ment as those more favorably ing (Thursday) all indications point Song, school at Pichmond, has returned in faver of plrintiff for $1496.63, toa holt by t be bear hunter and his Con. ttec A Bible Alphabet situated. percent, interest from out great quantities of smoke and Twenty-sichildren home Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Live-sa- with mx delegates and will go to (he armory Bank with us. the istdayof April, loO, sub- - hot asaes. of the Buckeye section, were and hold a seperate convention Con. Rec. Voices of the Children, ject to the following credits: July guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. 19 1907' where the Colonel will be nominat- Under our Flag Oct 8, 1907. $87-8; FOR FLETCHER'S Jan. 9, I9O8, $67.66; April Fourteen girls and boys Riddle Sunday. The people of ed. In all probability the U. G. BAKER, President. this vicinity are being blessed with 3O, 1908, 98.04; Juno 26, 1908. will make the race under the J.P.E. pRIJMMOND, Vltr.-P- . Noon. some fine rains now. Miss Minnie 64.3&; July 28, 1908. $38 22: Sept F.L.THOMPSONJr., Cashier. emblem of a newly named political Song. Union choir 8. i908. $34. 57; March 13. 1909, CONNBROwN A. U.FURNISI1 CLAUDK C. COX.Ass't. Cash. party. This being democratic year, Address, The Duty of Parents to Parrett is numbered among the $97.g0; April 17, IS1O9, $138.52; sick this week. Mrs. E. J. Shep- May 21, I9O9, $26.9C; Brown-Furnis- h however, we can put up Champ June 8, 1909 their Children. herd is visiting relatives near Mt. $753.37: July 10, I9O9, $59.17; Clark, Willson or any other good Marion Marshbanks April 30, 1912, $300. and the cost Vernon. We do a generul Real Estate man from our side of the bouse and Recitation, Children's Day lllbuslness; handle town and farm Mesdanies J. Boreing and John in this action expended. beat any republican at November Ivey Roberts property, uo abstract ing and Sale will be made on a credit THE PEOPLES' BANK pass on titles. election. (Yes could even beat both A Little Sermon Lewis Armstrong Treadway were the guests of Mrs. of three months. If you want to soil list your Pal Moore, of Mt. Vernon last Ky. Mt. Vkrnon, Taft and Teddy or eyen a half Recitation For the purchase price the Elizabeth Gentry Wednesday. us; if you wantito buy we S. T. Bryant who purchaser must execute boud can save you money. dozen of them.) Quartette his been telegraphing at Falmouth with approved surety, bearing Con. Rec. Serving to Save, is with homefolks. Misses Docia interest from day of sale until W. J. Bryan is in the convention Fourteen girls having the paid and Nora Shepherd, were the effectand a judgment.force and as a press representative and is Song, of Bidders Brodhead choir guests of Miss Edith Adams Sun- must be prepared to comply with making some mighty good reports Recitation, Live for something, day. Little Miss Bertha Boreing these terms. of the proceedings to Cincinnati Three boys G. S. Griffin, news- Relation of the Sunday School is with her aunt, Mrs. Pal Moore, Enquirer and other noted Master Commissioner, Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs, at papers. and Church or is Sunday Henry Rockcastle Circuit Court. Treadway, visited relatives School worth while near Orlando Saturday and SunCOMMISSIONER'S SALE Evkn the amiable Bradley got E. R. Gentry day. Miss Helen and Master Jack excited on floor of convention hall Recitation, A Stranger at the ROCKCASTLE CIRCTIT Hackney spent Saturday night liar, to a and started, liar, liar, Birdie Chandler Door, COURT. witn their grandmother, Mrs. W. Roosevelt delegate who bad prodded Song, Union choir Plaintiff John R. Carter A. Falin Matt Tuttle and little him for voting to whitewash Lari- The Message of the Flowers sister, Mettle, of Boreing, Ky.. mer. Vs Commissione's Sale. Five girls are with their sister, Mrs. J. F. Best Way Recitation The Treadway near Burr- .- Mr. and J. W. Sams Chicago has been the hottest Defendant. Charley Hendrickson Mrs. Flim Parrett spent Sunday spot in the country siuce Tuesday Song, By virtue of a judgment and Freedom choir wbtn thr publicans and sinners Con. Reo. A Garland for Child-ren- with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Proctor. order of sale of the Rockcastle Jonah Bryant is telegraphing at Cir uit Court, .rendered at the where opened up the mud batteries. will Day Seven girls Uma, Ky. Several of the people April Term, 1912 thereof, I shall by All. Song, IHtODHKAI). of this vicinity attended the bury- proceed to offer for sale at the best of goods, find listed front door of the Court House in Everyone is invited to come ing of Mr. Sam Allen at Flat Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, bring full baskets and spend a (Continued from 1st page, of profit. Goods Rock Sunday. Willie Shepherd Ky., to the highest and best bidare sold for fair with Mr. and Mrs. John pleasant day together. davs is working at Mt. Vernon. Miss der, at public ouction, on Monday Cress, before returning to their of are Maude Adams spent Saturday Che 24th day of Tune, 1912, The woman of today who has night the hours of 9:00 a. m. and Home in Dunmore. Miss Ger Sunday with her grandand good health, good temper, good m., buy". goods trude Martin was the guost of sense, bright eyes and a lovely mother Mrs. John Grider. Mr. 4:00 p. day, being regular County on a credit of six Court Mrs. Isaac tew complexion, the result of correct and Gross, of her brother Virgil Martin a months, the following described been days last week. Victor Tato is living and good digestion, wins Tennessee, have been visiting Mr. real estate, located in Rockcastle and Mrs. James Vinstaed. his the admiratiou of the world. If snendine a few days with County, Ky., in the town of Livvery goods uncle J. W. Tate this week. We your digestion is faully ChamberThere is one medicine that every ingston, and bounded as follows: lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets family should be provided with On the north by Main Street; see Vic out again. are glad to possible for money. will correct it. For sale by Chas. and especially miring tile summer on tho east by a lot owned by Jas. Maret, the Telephone man C. Davis. viz, Chamberlain's Cilic, Egbert Hays; on the south by a months; from Mt. Vernon, was in town for patCholera, and Diarrhoea Remedy. street, and on the west by a Monday on buisness. Mrs. Waluseless to take It is almost certain to be needed. street It is worse than For the ptrchase price the ter Wallin and children were the any medicine internally for It costs but a quarter continuCan you guests of Mr. and Mrs J. E. Wal- muscular or chronic rheumatism. afford to be without it? For sale purchaser must execute bond needed is a with approved surety, bearing ance lin the first of the week. R. S. All that Chamberlain'sfree applica by Chas. C. Davis. Liniment interest from day of sale until tion of Snivel was in Crab Orchard on For sale by Chas. 0. Davis. Jack Tighe, manager of the paid and having the force and very buisness Saturday. Byron OwLouisville baseball club since the effect of a judgment. G, S. Griffin, ens wa the guest of his sister beginning of the season, has reMaster Commissioner, Mrs. Virgil Martin last week. I signed and he is succeeded by Rockcastle Circuit Crurt. Danville, is visit Edgar Dunuof For' Infants and Children. Jack Hayden a member of the MOVE ON NOW! this week. Miss ing in town club. Elizabefco Storm, who has been The Kind You Have Always Bought Peop le who give their busiues teaching schoolin DunEdln, Pla., Bears the FOR FLETCHER'S to outsiders should not ask their for QTral months, returned to Signature of foCJtodfoiCDCar favors of the home people. home at this place Wednesday her Chicago at 6:80 p. m. Mr. Ashcraft will attend the Chicat o Convention while on his brL 1 tour. Tiie Secretary of tht Fair Association informs us he will have ready for distribution on or about July the first an eighty four page catalog of the coming exhibition, judging from the immosity of the catalog, it hould bo very imeresting to the patrons of the association, as it will contain much more than is usually seen in a country Fuir catalog. It seems that every thing is working together for good, tnis year and we are all expecting a great good Pair. W. C. Black, of Barboursvillei and Right Worshipful Grand King of The Grand Chapter of Kentucky was here Monday and inspected the Chapter of Royal Arch Masons. Mrs. H. H. Hutcheson accompanied by Miss Elizabeth to be harness, the best anything in found the county, and when stand on R. L. remember me at that the Richmond business, Yours C. B. McKENZIE, Watch this Richmond Mt. Vernon, Ky. e o p The e uo""7"1 J,Jin' Bank AE ' , x y, $80-31- 5; Children Cry CASTORI Realty Co. A 7 prop-wit- h $px&3&yL3i yaDt&&adex28jl JONAS McKENZIE KB AN EYE ON THIS SPACE s EACH WEEK, n the margain a the kind bought right and soldjright that it always pays to Our Motro has always to give best to our customers ithe the Thanking my customers the ronage in the past and asking a in the future, I am truly, Yours always you which CASTOR A JONAS McKENZIE, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Children Cry CASXORIA J . I, y MT. VERNON SJGNAl MT.VKRNON, KY., June 21, 1912 40 7Q" when Call up Uo 79 you wiin"No.Communis 79 aato wlthaiQNAL, toUltVILLt 4 NMHVULt R. R. CO. ' TIME TABLE. ,4.40 p m 3:53 a m 11:38 a in 22 ncrtn 24 north 23 south 21 .South ....12:19 am JAS. LANDRUM, Agent. Phone No. 8. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Kjr. Foatoffice mall matter. ai iccond-clai- i PERSONAL Miss Blanche Crawford Is visiting in Richmond. Grant Mullins is at home from London for a few days. Theo Mori, the London fertilizer inun, was here Tuesday. W. H. Miller and "Dr. S. L. Tate were in London Sunday. Attys. S. D. Lewis and E. B. Thompson were in Climax Mon day. J. Ben Fishback has a position at Livingston and is making good. Atty. C C. Williams made a business trip to Mavsyille during the week. W. W. Anderson, Atty., was here from Uorbin yesterday on business. Mrs. Fannie Sowder, of Lebanon 'Junction, was visiting telatives here last week. Miss Eila Carson accompanied Miss Rose McCord on her trip to MaysvWe Tenn. Mrs. Sallie Weber of Chatta-noog- a Tenn., is with her daughter Mrs. S. D. Lo'wis. William White a prominent citizen of the climax section was in town vesterday. H. V. Bastin, of Lancaster is in convention whooping Chicago things up for Teddy. . Mr. and' Mrs. H.iB. McClary, of Dunmore, Ky., were with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hiatt. . She Bachelors love to hear themselves talk. Ho So do married men but they have a poor chance. Our fine track at fair ground is one quarter of a mile around and is Miss Daisy Fish has been at in splendid conditicu. It describes Morehead since Monday atten a circle as near as does a wagon ing the Summer Scho'ol of Methods wheel. conducted by Kentucky the The man outside and the uuh Christian Bible School Association. inside both know that a Fish suit Mrs. Sarah Maret and little is right. The one can see the Celia Wade Hiatt style and the other can leel the and Annie T. French of the Wildie comfort. vicinity were with Mr. and Mrs. For $1.35 we will send the Mt. Henry" Catron near Crab orchard Vernon Signal and the Cincinlast week. The condition of James T. nati Enquirer for one year. The Adams, who is in Lebanon hospital Weekly Enquirer is worth fivo continues to grow worse and much times the price alone. apprehension is felt over the re Contractor Bullock will soon suit of his illness. His wife, who hsve the fair ground stand or amhas been with him, was at home phitheater ready to turn over to first of week but returned to his the association. It is unnecessary bedside Tuesday. to add that the work is strictly up T. W. Brown w'io is having a to specifications. month's hot time in his outing Engine of freight train No. 43 down in the Loue Star State on K. C. division left rails at among the centipedes, tarantulas, tunnel No. 6. near Hazel Patch sketters, aligators, thunder and yesterday morning killing firemen coyotes, gophers, rattlesnakes, Clemonds, of Paris, and injuring' prarie fleas and ticks imagines he engineer Bliss. Cause of wreck is as young as he used to bo by not Jearned. riding the bucking broncho or fpseph Noe has purchased the mustang ponies on wild hog chases in the wilds of San Patricio eountv. interest of his father T. N. Noe in the firm of Noe & Davis whose LOCAL store is located at corner of Main Good Overalls for at Fish's. and Williams street West Mt Vernon. The firm name will re June 29th to July 4th. Eberhard, main Noe and Davis. the picture man in Ml. Vernon. 1 grand-daughter- Claude Owens ot Brodhead', was' with his cousin Wiley Owens here Suuday. Dr. George Frith was down from Brodhead Sunday. Dr. Frith will locate at Tellico Plains, Tonn. Dr. W. D. Laswell was here from Kings Mountain Monday on his way to see his mother at Orlando. Mrs. W. J. Childress and children, of Hustonville, were with relatives here from Saturday until vesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown on their Texas trip stopped over at Houston and visited the family of: Dr. S. W. Brown who moved from this place some thirty years ago. How about the'babfes pictures. Nevir play a man tor a f joI ,on hearsay. Arrow collars for all men and boys at Fish's. The County Board of Education will meet next Tuesday. Cut prices on all kh,dsof Patent Leather shoes Saturday at Fish's. Bring your head to Fish's and get it under a new Swann Hats today. v t ST'",, V n ws IF YOU ARE .GOING to the FAI R, to the Lake, to the Hills, to the' City, anywhere, you'll need a trunk, or Suit Cases $1 up a suit case, or Traveling Bag of some sort. We have the right sort for you. TRUNKS V" v -- $375 up BAGS $4,75 up t Perfect CLOTHES Satisfaction We will .guarantee you ii i have not found tho right kind. satisfaction " We Stand By What You Buy." garments, Co me 8 from to wearing the right be sure, but some - ., ..1. 1 -- U7 . ,1'f i .V-- if $ 7 ,C. A. Davis is in' from Arizona for a short visit. He has a good position on the Santa Fe. John D. Miller and Wheeler Meadows were here from Lebanon Junction during the week. Miss Mar Elizabeth Davis, of Lancaster is with the family of her grandfather, W. A. B. Davis Miss Amy Proctor has been suffering severely for several days with an abcess, caused from a tooth. Master Bently and Miss Margaret Sparks are spending a week with the Satterfield children in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Will Branaman and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Branaman of the Wildie section, were in town Saturday shopping. County Clerk S. F. Bowman, Mrs. Bowman and little son, Dwight left yesterday for a weeks visit with relatives in Jackson county." Brack Graves Mr. and Mrs. stopped off for a day with relatives hereon their return home to Corbin from a several days stay at Berua. In National Republican convention at Chicago Judge L. W. was appointed on comto notify vice president of mittee nomination. Henry Catron and Dave Noland prominent farmers of the Cedar Creek neighborhood, in eountv were here Satur day. Mr. Catron was busy most all day shaking hands with old friends. Dr. M. Pennington was here trom Btrtha Suuday last greeting his numerous friends, and remained over until Monday afternoon. This is the doctors first visit He has here for quite a time. by a large been closely confined practice, in which he has been wonderfully successful. The doctor of study has made a .special and is today one of tuberculosis the best authorities on that dlsoase His Kentucky. in Eastean and diagnosis of hookworm cases m Ex-Sheri- Jones HarH Whence those Fish's slickers and ratn coats cries of agony? turn water like a duck's back. Will F. They come from the Suit cases, trunks and traveling office of the dentist. Last week bags at reasonable prices at Fish's. the chiropodist operated on the The revival service at the dentist, agreeing to take his bill Christian Church is being well at- out in trade and; now the dentist tended,, is taking it out. ' !. I am selling lots of particular James Madden, working in clothes to lots of particular men Sparks Quarry, narrowlv escaped nowadays. J. Fisu. being crushed when a large stone The new line shaft placed a few fell. He lost three toes and a days ince at Sparda broke Tues- portion of front part of foot. day delaying works two days Drs. Webb and Amyx. of Living Frank Sutton is at work on fair ston were called to attend the grounds fence and says it wont patient. The Mt. Vernon doctors were out of town. take him mativ davs to finish. ( II All Around the Busy Corner Next to the Court House t Ladies and childrens White Some men who boss their wives Canvass slippers sorts a pair at in public are meek as lambs at Fish's. home. Judge Lewis says ther Republicans are holding an old time Democratic convention n Chicago. Thomas UeborG, 01 ivwi Green, and Miss Maggie Owens, of the same vicinity eloped to Jellico last week and were married. Eberhart, the picture man will be in Mt. Vernon Saturday June 29 to July 4th. prepared to make all grades of first class pictures from a post card to a lo by 12. A message from Pulaski Station yesterday stated that L. C. Pike His brothers from was dying. Livingston and Brodhead left last evening for his bedside. U. G. Baker is converting the building on corner of Second St. and Spout Spring Alloy 'into a splendid ro miv furniture house where he can better display his stock. Mr. Payne Smith and Miss Fannie Butner eloped to Jellico The Sunday and were married. bride is a daughter of Mrs. Sue Butner and is an exceptional young lady while the groom, is one of our most trust worthy and inWe wish dustrious young men. splendid young couple much this ,, happiness. i.iln Hunting Licbnsk. all Hereafter hunters will be required to secure a license from county clerk paying one dollar for the aime, provided tho hunter is a native of the State which protects him in all othe counties of the A commonwealth. or alien must pay $15 for the The license hunting privilege. fees go to a fund which is to be used for the protection of game and fish. There has been some delay in printing these licenses and the county clerks have not yet received a supply of them but will within a short time. From one to two game wardens pnenom- their treatment Has oeen Ken will be appointed in each'co mtv inal. He is today one ol will look out ior the protection tuckys leading physicians and who of both game and fish. profession stands high in the non-reside- nt fine black jersey Item from Signal June 10th. Price '$50. 1804: Cull McClure got full of Gus Stavkrson. booze yesterday and tried to milk June his old cow on the left side. J. Fish the clothier has added When Cull woke up it was time very much to the convenience and to milk again. beauty of his clothing If telephone subscribers would store bv 'nstalling a modern office go Some verv interesting photonotify cent-when they in the rear. graphs were taken of the members visiting for the day leaving no Round trip ticket to Louisville one to"answer telephone it would of the McFerson family reunion for $3.99 June 24 25 and 26th. save lots of unnecessary ringing at Breezy Hill last week. The family group shows fourteen limited to June 30th. on account and annoyance to callers and members. Other groups showed of Kentucky Educationnl Associa- operators. the girls and boys taken separately tion. "Cull McClure is back on his old and another one gives a view of Sparks Quarry is located 24 job, which is pulling a rocking whole family including miles south east of Mt, Vernon and chair into the shade of the house dauchters in law and grand- Sparda, the Mt. Vernon quarry is and dropping off comfortably to children. But few large families 11 miles west. Telephone users sleep between meals. His greatest are so fortunate as to secure such should keep this in mind and not trouble is to keep the chair out group pictures, which iuclude all call each place Sparks Quarry of the hot sunshine. The sun the members thereof. The Library at Brown Memorial moves the shade while he sleeps. "Run children run. Run out The Contest Board of Marion School will be open from 3 to 5 Mondays during the into the yard and play". county, composed of County p. m. ou "What's the matter mother?" Judge J. A. Smith and Magis- summer months. Any one desir"Your father (Cull) has lost his trates Geo. Mattingly and W. A. ing to take out or return book will collar button." Fowler last week gave out a de- please call on those days. cision in favor of she "wets" in the Cleaning, dying, repairing Some of our friends have asked AH work guaranteed. contest case of Lebanon May 2, us the meaning of "Kaypee" used and which was won by the ''wets ' Our motto, you must be satisfied in connection with the cement by a majority of forty-fouThe or your money back. plant at Pine Hill. It is K. P. board was in session three days C. H. MULLINS, It's a spelled out, used locally. Over Bakers store. and examined a large number of short cut to saying out in full Attorneys for the Mt. Vernon, Ky. "Kentucky Portland Cement & witnesses. 'drys" will at once appeal to the Work, yes there's plenty to do Coal Co." Its too big a mouth full Circuit Coutt, and say if necessary county. Never in to use the full name of the comin this will take the 'case to the Court the history of Rockcastle were pany especially where its used of Appeals. there so many alls for laborers in some fifty to a hundred times or The "Big Show" pulled off a all lines of work. The farms, more per day over telephone. performance here Wednesday after- quarries, cement plant, mills etc. (.Kentucky Portland K. P. noon. It was the get up of the There is no need to go further to younger boys of town. T be per- hunt work. No excuse now for ' Cull McClure has been expelled formance took place in the T. D. talking hard times. Wages $1.50 from the lodge known as the Sons Mullins store house. Among the to $i.C5 for labor of Rest, or the tired man's heaven actors were Dwight Bowman, of dues, one Judge B. J. Bethurum, of Somer- for Aubrey Martin, Mitchel Owens, set, who was unseated as a delegate cent a week. He will organize an Clarence and Teddy Bear Thomp- from the Eleventh district to the opposition lodge and place the dues son, Clarence and Clyde Rickets, Republican National Convention, at a half a cent a month and be Virgel, Earl and Tennyson Mullins. is in Chicago and will carry bis ready for business by time Uncle The parade before the performance fight to the floor of the con- Sam get to coining half cent pieces was fine. In the big tent (store- vention. He wired Senator Dixon Cull says he will bust the trust had gymnastic, he would not allow the people of tho lazy mens clubs and give thev house) tumbling, slight of hand,' black who elected him to be robbed every one a show to loaf without artists antics, songs and dances without a protest on his part. the big expense in dues, it has along with a funny clown, Mrs. Judge Bethurum was one of the cost in the past, Though the new up in the Virginia McKenzie and Miss Ruth first to advocate the candidacy of enterprises starting Mullins rendered assistance to the Theodore Roosevelt in the Eleventh county may interfere, for a time boys by some well delivered songs, disttict. He was joined in Louis- with his deep laid schemes and Admission 5 cents and it was ville by his brother, Judge L. W. plans for a universal Brotherhood worth the money and then some. Bethurum, of Mt. Vernon, who is of seekers of tho shade, he proTheir next performance will bring a strong Taftmiin and a delegate poses to fight it out on this line out a houseful to witness the boys Ifrom the Fighth .district.-Interi- or even if it takes all summer and efforts, then some. Journal. For Salk: A t. cow, first calf. ANNOUNCEMENT I take this means of announcing to the public that I have just returned from the city where I purchased a car load of high grade FURNITURE which is now on exhibition in my large ware room for inspection, I am showing the most and best line of furniture ever bfdught to town, , Bed room suits, Davenports, Couches, Dining tables, Center tables, rChairs, Rockers Wardrobes, Safes, in fact everything in the furniture line, needed to furnish and beautify your homei up-to-d- ate al sons-in-la- r. Remember we have Carpets, Mattings and Rugs; a large and well selected assortment Watch this space each week for prices. They will interest you. . N E. L. LIVINGSTON,- - KY. COCKRELL, Kay-pee- .) nor-payme- I There will not be any services The harder a woman is to please at the Presbyterian church Sunday the less u sensible man will try. on account of revival at Christian Cbur "Do vou think we will ever have universal peace?" "Yes sir" said Cull, "and I MAN COUGHS AND BREAKS RIBS. can whip the man says who we After a frightful coughing spell won't." Wis., felt a man in Neenah, wedding?" terrible pains in his side and his "Going to Wombat's doctor found two ribs had been "Not I. I was engaged to that broken. What agony Dr. King's girl Wombat cut me out". New Discovery would have saved "Well, come to the wedding. A few teaspoonsful ends a him. You may get a chance to biff him lato cough, while persistent use in the jaw with an old shoe". routs obstinate caughi, expels stubborn colds or heals weak, sore says a policeman to a street crowd lungs. "I teel sure, its a God send and whacks heads if it don't. to humanity", writes Mrs.- Effie "Move on now, " says the big, harsh Morton, Columbia, Mo. "for I mineral pills to bowel congestion believe I would have consumption if I bad not used this great and suffering follows. Dr. King's Life Pills don't bulldozo the remedy." Its guaranteed to satisfy New They .gently persuade and vou can get a free trial bottle bowels. t or $1.00 size at Chas, tbem to right action, and health or C- - Davis. ' 25c at Chas. C, Davis'. follows. to-da50-cen- r:r-- i. tir i; ijr. -- ' t V F ' w!GSiJSi: ii V, -- '' ford Plate thi ? NATURE'S ESSENCE N . N 76 W 1& poles to a 'poplar; tllence 8 CIRCUIT COUUT 0 W 105 poles to n slake In I pole Of follo-w..Plaintiff Bowman & Cockrell, .... i latfD nrd not Obcyctf. 1.,,Plalutiirs third conlO'r on a hiokory; thence S 10 if Nature's laws arc perfect, Out dlscn?0 ..W to tMfnrMtt iiicru oro mvfcterlcs hero that w for to nature 71 the ctiro, On W 05 poles to a white oak; thenco N 4J y tree, thd root o pwndnke, j Commissioner's Sile Vs Ys Commissioner's Sale. for Wi. Take the llhrk ol thO rnn V 30 poles to a(loyood; thoncc S .nnn'a root, Bloodroot nnU tfoldcn.iieal.miiko nhave , nOnfen nni vnu wiffl tollKT.Il,t I Defendants, W 60 poles to a stake in one pole of A'. II. Baker, eto., lly virtue of a jmlgcmunt ami order By virtue of a juugment an order bjghiiiing: thenco to the beginning, Doctor XUcrcc's oldiln Mcdicnl Discovery. years CE two learned chemists, efoht It took Dr. Pierce, with ths assistant oftfyecrio extract and .Iterative of flu. of salo of the Roekuastle Clreult Court of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Courf, containing 50 acres. this pure rendered at the April Term, 1012 there-- I rendered nt tha April Term, 1012 there For tha purjhu? pries tin purchaser hard work cxperimentlnrt to make uso of a particle of ulcohol. greatest efficiency and without tho ,.medv vou need to mnko rich, red of I shall proceed to oiler for sale nt of 1 ahull proceed to offer for sale at must oxceut'j bonl with approved blood, and cute that lassiludo ana icenng 01 nerve cuuusuuu. the front door of the Court House In tho front door of the Court House in surety, bearing interest from day of Bale the stamp of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery bears tho past forty j Mt. Vernon. Roclceastlo County, Ken Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County' Ky., uuiil paid nnd hivln;' tlu force and Puouc ArrnoVAi. and has sold more largely in tonic. tucky, to tho highest nnd bet bidder, to the highest uul best bidder, nt public effect of a judgment, llidders must be years than any other blood purifier and stomach nt public uuctFon on Monday, the 24th miction, on Monday the 24th day of prepared to comply with these terms. stomieh srcmul to hn tho hoMth-"Sotno timo aaa I rot out of . G. S.Grilllit, day of June, 11)12, lietwcuu tho hours of dune, 1012, between the hours offlioo Wiixiaih. cf cf tho .ratcom.'ncnccJtrouble." writes Mn. Hsiadoctor at homo llcllov lie. Kan od well n with to doctor with all tl. "1 0:00 o'clock a. in. nnd 1.00 o'clock p.m., o'clock a. in and 4:oo o'clock p. in. Master Commissioner, being regular County Courtday, on a Iwlng roguldr County Court day, on a Rockcastle Circuit Court. credit of six monthb, tho following de- credit of six months, the following plaint wun IndUcstloiu '""VV.riV... THfiSK GIRLS OF OURS nnd I'loa'ant MoJIoit T o scribed real estate, located in real estate located in Rockcastle and l'dlct.' Iiavo mit mo on my feet nemtn'' "Thn 'Dlicovery 1 just what needed. 1 could not hnvo recovered YIUioutthcnl County, Kentucky, nnd bounded Countv, Kentucky,, on the waters of Dallas News: seemed and described as follows: Crooked Creek, nnd bounded as follows: .These ho ble skirts amaze us stil', Pierce's Pleasant Pellcla aro for Ilzsr l"3. Or. E. WOUAM3, Esq. Ileginuingat a stono In the lane, Iicgluuiug at a eouditlnual cornet of not that they're something new Peters' and Ambrose's corner; S 20 15 0 popular and (logwood above the whltl But just because we wonder how P ttiZMagBEtfi ' poles and 20 links to a Kom ; thence holo, on the ens sh!u of Crooked Ctculc ' WW W n they put their tootsies through. N SU 15 20 poles to a ciivu spring; thence near thoohl Fish Dam, this bulu Cham) down eavo spring branch with Its me nnd Calloway Mulllus' line; thenco with Galveston news: When a long-armeanders; tlicttcc b 71i E lfi poles to n Susan A. Mullins' line up the Laurel woman wears short sleeves stake, with buckeye and birch pouters; Spur with center of the point to Wm. her elboy looks likesome sort cf thence N 82J 15 0 poles to the fork of the Mullins' ptako corner; thoncc with his branch, with buckeye nnd two dogwood line a south direction to the cliff; thence a half way station. pointers; thence N 23 K 18 poles to a with the olilV to thu west end of the cliff; Philadelphia Bulletin: He-T- in small liornlwam or Iron wood, with thenco wcs,t to tho old fence to cooked seriously of getting sugar tree pointer; thence N 6: Creek; thence with the center of the thinking poles tan birch, Nancy Cook's corner; Creek to the lower end of tho McTitty married." SLe-'T- ve thenco up Cook's branch, with its me- - Hold to nu elm comer on top of the often thought about nudeis, S 81 15 01 poles to a stake, N ridge; thence with the centir of the if, but not ns anything serious." h 0 poles to a sUike. N (50 W 0 poles to ridge with said Mullins' line to 11. MulNew York Press: When a man a stake, N7o It 7 poles to a stake, N 2"j lins' gum comer; llicucc n northward B I'J poles to n sLike, N 03 W 8 loles direction to two smiill dogwoods. thence surprises a girl with a proposal to a stake, N 10 poles, 15 51 poles, E Uj to a beech and elm, B. Mullins' corndi; it's a sign she kuew it first. poles S 47, EC poles to a stake. N 12 thence up Crooked Creek, with center Chicago News: Many a good CORN-FIEL- D E 8 poles to a stake, M 82 V 13 iles of Creek, to the beginning, containing woman prajs for her husbinri, to a sUike, N I poles to a stake, N 21 E loo acres. T poles to a stake, N 55 154 poles, N 22 Ftrrtho purchase prico the purchaser Hit she keeps an eye on him just V 8 poles to a stake, N 51 W 1 poles' must execute bond with uppnncd ihc same. to a stake, N 30 B 11 poles to a stakt surety, besring Interest fromday of Baltimore American: "I gave N 05 W 8 ixles to Richmond's elm corn- - sale until paid nnd having the forco nnd the girl I admire something er; thence S 51 W 34 poles to a white effect of a judgment. Bidders must I c Inst night, niu), I am glad to sa wahuit; thenco along tl o fence N 40 V prepared to comply with theso terms. 21 poles to a stake In thu edrner of tho G. S. Griffin, she immediately returned it."2. fence; thence N 13 V 21 iwlcsfo Roberts' Master Commissioner, "Why were you glad to have line; thence S 50 V 40 poles to a black Rockcastle Circuit. Court. her give it back to you?" G oak, corner to Hun; thenco Hull's lino "Because it was a kiss." 48 W 32 poles to a small reif oak in S COMMISSIONER'S SALE Hull's line; thence N 80j B 25 poles to The State Board ol Valuations a white oak; thence S 37i E 10 poles to i expected to pass finally this ROCKCASTLB CIRCUIT COURT a small sugar tree, corner to Peters Wallace Lnswcll, Admr. of week oil all franchise assessment thence N 82,4 B 10 poles to a stone In James Townscud Plaintiff of railroads and public utility the lanu; thenco with the lone S 21 E 10 pales to the beginning. corporations. Vs CommlsHloncr'o Sale Porthe purchase price, tho purchaser It's easy for a man to admire n must execute bond with approved surety, Adeline Bales, etc., Defendants itrong miuded woman-- if he isn t bearing inteiest from day of sale until lly virtue of a judgment and order ol paid nnd having the force and effect of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Coutt, narried toher. a judgment, llidders must lw prepared rendered at the April Term, 1012 there : Whooping cough is not danger of, I shall proceed to offer for sale n. to comply with lhe!e terms, O, b. Griffin, tho front door of tho Court Hotiee It ous when the cough is kept loose an 1 expectoration easy by giving Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, K, Tc-da- y Master Commissioner, Cough Remedy h .inberlain'.i Rockcastle Circuit Court. tothehillliestnud lcst bidder, ntp.,bll It has been used in many edidemics auction, on Monday, the 24th day o' To-morro- w with perfect success. C0M.VIISSIONK1TS SALE , June, 1Q2, between the hours nfi):ix if this disease For sale by Chas. C. Davis. a. m. and 4:00 n. in., bjlug rcgulai . ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. County court ilny, on u credit ofsU fa liut a draam, ouly a vision, Denny, ., YESTERDAY Jessie Plaintiff mouths, the following described rca well lived makes every yesterday n dream of hapbut estate, located in Rockcastle Couuly. piness andevery a vision uf li(ie. Therefore Vs Commissioner's Sale Kentucky, being tcacts located ot brinyour account to not yesterday nor Calloway llaker, eto Defendants. the waters of Kouudstoue Creek ant! THE BANK OF MT. VERNON Uy virtue of a judgment and order of bomidcd as follown: Tract No I. Iiegiuiug at a iwpulai bale of th j Reckcastle Circuit Court, Then our hope is that all your moneys will brinjj you happiness, and prosperity, ami all your reoollectious of yusturclay will rendcied at the April Term, 1012 there- In the Hold, a.corncr of two other sui' brintf you crcat satlsfaeticn and nil your dealings ami relations of, I shall proceed to offer for sale at voys- - one In the name of Ilailey Browi with this Bank will bring you great prosperity. the front door of the Court House in ami the ether lu the name of Joslui. Over U. G. Baiter's Store.' Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Ky., Brork: thence with said llrown's lim to the highest nnd best bidder, at pub- N 12 B 31 poles to two White oakt; Crown nnd Ilrldge Work a specialty. MT.VERNON. KENTUCKY All work guaranteed. V. h. RICHARDS, Cashier. C. C. WIMJMS, President. lic auction on Monday, tjic 21th day of thence N 21 pjles through the gap of n June, 1012, letwcen the hours ofC:00 cllIT to a white oak and ch iitnut oal ; oVloek a. in, nnd 4:00 o'clock p. m., thence S 05 W 30 poles to a white oal ; to a dogwood and to being regulaj County Court day, on a thencs S 3 W survey; of ) mouths, 'the fol.owfng de- intersect a line of Brock's d& credit scribed real cstlto located ju KopVcastie thsuce wl.li hu line S 43 15 30 pole: Kumr irBM. . . County, Kentucky, on the waters of to a white oak, N lo B 05 to a. . . , ., N 0 B 105 poles t Mt Vernon, Ky j the bogiun Rockcastle River, and bounded as foU ing. lows: Homo and ofllco In tho Into resldeneo Tract Xo. 1. Uoundjd on the north On the North by the Sand Hill county by the lands sf Ii W. Smith; on tin Dr. Myers formerly occupied on Old road; on the South and HnU by the Our lino of Coucli 'Caskets lalnSt.,VMt. Vernon. 4 lands of Mrs. T. A. Gresliam, now east by tlri lands of B. W. Smith; on tin Am nt my olllce at all timey. mill by the lands of James Towonscnc is unexcelled owned by walker and James Mullins, Ilnnd-inad- o Coflinsfurnislied fit nnd on the West by the lands of Win on the west by tho lands of William Owens', and containing 8i acres, more Campbell's heirs, and containing 5o J C. C. acres more or less. Hearse sent to all parts of i or less. , ATTORNEY-AT-LAWFor the purchase price the purceaser For the purchase price the purchaset l.ii' I tho County ,JLjw must execute bond with approved surety, must execute bond with approved surety, MT. VERNON. ICY. bearing Inteiest sale until -by Wire All mi paid, nnd having from day of nnd etTect bearing Interest from day of sale until Filled the foreo OFFICE. On 2cd. floor ol paid and having tho force and etlcct o of a judgment d Bidders must be TheBank;ot"Mt. Vernon, on Church u jud'inSnt. to comply Bidders mast be prepared W G. S. Griflin. with these terms. . itreet. Special attention givey to comply wiih these terms. o collections. Master Commissioner, G."S. Grlllln, MT. VERNON, K Phono 94-Rockcastle Circuit Court. CI Phone No. 8o. Master Commissioner, (IU Rockcastle Circuit Court. i&: , Elt7il Ambi'Ui nOCKUASTLlS . Extracted From wlld-chcrr- cojtjnfeiO'NJJlt's hale HookcABtu? ctrtctHr coUrt 'iaTf ic . '"" COMMISSIONER'S SALE -- V lV. ' -G "ivvr, , "P" mn ""J SBt'imim limiiiwn njffiriitswiE thence N E 50 poles to two white USks: 'H w?rllKwmiffr tmfflwmw'tfTMlZ I a .i SMTttei . ,,..!.. ' For Infants and Children. !i IfM!illffl m ALCOHOL 3 PEIl niiHT ihcFboaaiuIReduIa AVcgelablcPrcparalionrorAs-sfmllairn- The Kind You Havg Always Bought Bears the 'Signature "of W 3 my SnTln ling (lie Stomachs ardflcwlis of Rook-cnstl- -- Promo(csDcclionIifri ncss and ltestContakisneite Opittm.Morphirtc Not Narcotic. .... Plrny norWiacral. , FAR MERS Call On Us For - d JLi.Sanrt la Seed" W Tf AW l n. ' A VlfiZV mm Jl'iiariomikSjiIa IfrmSftd- -' CtaiM '.Bbw IMtoficn ttmr. n X. i"' Turning Plows Double Shovel Plows GARDEN & HOES ffesS XfUti W8ft m -- Apcrfect Remedy for Consllpa-tlo, Sour StoiuacIi,Dlantai Worms.Coimilstons.Fcvcrisu Sleep. ncss awl Loss , or FacSiirolc Signature of u 11V t or , NEW YORK. Thirty Yea;. A H M"S"fflr m ji'. - i JurfLittlllM rantcedundertlictocJdfl fc!ijnitfi"i&iiii L 'm r Ti' Exact Copy of Wrapper. uno i mi THE CCNTAU COMPANT, HCWfOM CITY. Stock Poultry Food Guaranteed & VERNDN DJIMBT CD. Noe & Davis I g B- JR. MftwJL PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL, DIRECTORS, iAND 2 2 3 S 2 E31BAL3IKJRS Mt. 'Vernon, Ky, Yesterday TO-DAto-dn- y OUCH METAL1CCASKETS Coffins and Robes. - Liconcd Embalmur will have charge of that lino of ETs work for tho company. 3 Hearse sent to all points Orders by wire promptly tilled. 2 to-ila- to J. P. pentlst I3S3N jj S Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 GEORGE OWENS, Managers lH?23BtiSB) iiiuiiauiiiiiiaiiuiiuaimmuiiuiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiuiiimiiiu Bagfmiii m S THE BANK OF MT. VERNON a 3 W. T. FRANCIS, Gave Up Hope "I suffered five years, with awful pains, due to womanly troubles," writes Mrs. M. D. McPherson, from n, N. C. "They grew worse, till I would often faint I could not walk at all, and i had an awful hurling in my side ; also a headache and a backache. I gave up and thought I would die, but my husband urged me to try Cardui, so, I began, and the first bottle helped me. By the time the third bottle was used, I could do all my work. All the people around here said I would die, but Cardui relieved me." Chad-bour- UNDSBTAKS& ffwnrJwfV orders Promptly , mrlEjcf Dentist Williams, TAKE Q W. A. COX. !2S pie-pare- WomatfsTonic For more than 50 years, Cardui has been relieving woman's sufferings, and making weak women strong and well. During this time, thousands of women have written, like Mrs. McPherson, to tell of the really surprising results they obtained by the use of this purely vegetable, tonic remedy for women. Cardui strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or pre vents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly troubles. If you are a woman, begin taking Cardui, today. Wriltta! Ladies' Attvlsnrr Den.. rhaMinnnn M.HMn. fn Chattanooga. Tenn.. tor Special Inttractiom. and book, "Home TreatoVcut lor Wiomen, jenuree, ) assggsgL Children Cry IB?l'i9PfffB,ffPlfWS'PW9nSP:nillBiB L A m steady to tho last drop. For the sako of everyone In tlio family, insist on bavlaff Burns white. Clear nnd Solite Lamp Oil Smokeless Sootless Odor less Costs no more than inferior tnnlr - Tvnirnn kinds. Saves eyes; saves money. Your dealer has it In barrels direct Iron cur work CHAS. U. blULL UIL UU., lUUIOVit-bS- , Kenaery at Warren, Tu. Stotor Omo'lne, IIIEU-Uro- em. Aniy Oil. zzzzx MAKUSTHK NATION GASP. The awiul list of injuries on a Fourth of July staggers humanity. 8ft over against it, however, is he wonderful by healing, Bucklen's Arnica salve, of thousnids, who suffered from burns, nts, bruists, bullet wounds or explosions. Its tho quick healer of i iK ulcers, 8czma. wire lins or piles. 25CIS at Chns C. Datis'. - CASTORIA J. COMMISSIONERS SALE RQCKOASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Wullaco Laswell, Admr. of CMoOLftRY and EMBALMER JHDERTAKER l'laintif. Martha Townscud, I Vs Commissioner's Sale Adpllne Hales, etc. Defendants. Ilv virtue of a judgment and order oj eale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered nt its April Term, 1012, I shnl proceed to olTer for sale nt tho front iloorof tho Court Housi in Mt. Vernon Rockcastle County, Ky., to the highobt nnd best bidder, nt public miction, on Monday, the 24th day of June, 1012, between the hours of 0:00 o'clock a. in. and 4:00 o'clock p. in., being regulai County Court day, on a credit of six mouths, the following described real estate located In Rockcastle County, Kentucky, beJng two tracts located on the waters of Roundstone Creek, and ,,.,... " 'ii' Stanford. Kv it m ii1ii" l 7iWi I CMA5.C.DAVT5 There are lot oi 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, Hahna's Greeii Seal "THE puing ytvn. MADE-T0-WEA- I $ R PAINT" in quality with the H'j itood the teit of lint? and has been improved Many brands of paiat ate for sale and quite often careful scrutiny is not given the subject with reference Jo jhe quah'ty of ihc paint to be used. EXPERIENCE IS A GOOD TEACHER, A ffc TEST THE QUALITY. difference. It is a good idea to learn the composition of the paint you intend (o 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 attests the confidence the makers have FOR OALE BY NOE W- 6c DAVIS bounded and described as follows: Tract No. 1. Beginning at a white oak, black walnut nnd sugar tree on the north Bide Roundstone Creek, about miles above Spencer Mullins house; 2 thence N 41 E 00 poles to a white oak and poplar; thence N 10 15 05 poles to a hickory; thence E 17 poles to a white oak; thence S 10 W 70 poles to a hickory; thenco s 47 E 74 poles to include an improvement known as the Haken-ges- t place, to an elm on the bank of Roundstone Creek; thence with said creek to the beginning. Tract No. 2. Heglnning nt the same corner, to the first survey nnd thence with said Mulllus' survey N 41 15 60 poles to a white oak and rop.'ar; N 10 F 65 poles to a hickory, E 17 poles to n while oak; thence, leaving the Mullins' suney. N 0 W 4,1 poles to a black oak; Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS Manufacturer 'VlDEALElt nMnrblos and . of and Granite Monuments of all Estimates furnished kinds. J application. on -GEO. O WENS Propr. Phono 112 Chas . Davis, Druggist MT. VTIINON, KY. l Phono No. 39 (DC39C&30C3Cse35C X&3C& XCX