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VERNON, I fratii CW v v , ' xza W"1MM""'M'"'M"MIM""M"'M'MaiMMMw""""MMgWHWMWl 14. 1913 JPIIIlIIIiL Ji fm. w Established . , . 1887 NUMBER 20 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY WE PAY PARCEL EOST ON ALL MAIL ORDERS ANYWHERE IN THE UNITED STATES We carry a complete line of Men's and Boys' SUITS, HATS, SHIRTS, TIES, SHOES, also the biggest and best line of DRY GOODS and NOTIONS of any store in Rockcastle County. Spring and Summer Shoe for Men The Selby Shoe for Women Walk-Over fT I HATS As usual we are showing the New Uiiw m '" '' IJ. fe3) $4.00 Tan Bootee for V;- 54.00 w ;$ p. 'A Tan Bootee SPRING and SUMMER HATS first. Don't fail to drop in and see what the boys will be wearing this year. SEE OUR LINE OP ESSES for $2.98 Su-tton- . $2.98 Leading John B. Stetson - HAT S .. ! 1- - DEAFNESS CANMOT BE CURED. Essential Oil C, of Louisville, space in your pape- - I will injin this nick of the woods would by local applicatipQs as they canBUOOUEAD. They exoect to have their machiu behalf of a number of Progressives' like to see occupy the County not reach, be diseased portion of th,e ear. There is only one way ery here this week. New? reached of this place make public reply to Judge's bench of this county a to cure deafness, and that is by Bane Carson, Assistant Cashier us Wednesday that Mj$s Willie a letter in your paper a short time he is a saje constitutional remedies. IJea.fn.ess m$n. of the TellicoGBank & Trust Co , Benton, formerly of this place, an d ago addretged o the Progressives is. caused by an inamed condition For fear of getting my letter-sTellico Plains, Tenaeaeee, is with Shirley Tate, formerly of Mt. of Rockcastle county by p. H. long thqt it wil reach p.f tbe mucpus liniAg of the the waste When this his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Vernon, were marrjed at the home Shutts, of Bromo, asking all Pro- basket instead of the press I will Eustachian, Tubf. you have a tuhe is inflame week. Misses Lena. of the bride in Millersburgonthat gressives to let him know their close by Carson, this asking a.11 voters to come runibling sound or imperfect hear McCall, Jewel Francisco, B. R day. The contracting parties are feelings or the proposition of over an,d be progressives, in politics ipg, and when it is entirely closed Wilni'ott and Frank Ward were ir f well and favorably known in these Greating a permanent county as wejl as other oth.ing that you Deafness is thereault. and unless Maretburg last Sunday. Attor parts, and have a host of frjends organisation of th,e new e inflammation can be taken rriay bqth live a.nd die with a clear party. ney E. R. Gentry, of Mt. Vernon, who wish them much success in out and this tube restored to its AU the Progressives of thjs part conscience. uormal condition, hearing will be was in town Monday and Tuesday , their married life. J. H. Bar- - of the county, which is several in Yours a Progressive, destroyed forever; nine oases out -- Mrs. J. W. Proctor, who has f fc. Ottawa section. is in number heartily endorse the W D. CrawiNs,. of ten caused by Catarrh, which been sick for the past several Tjnusv:ilG this Wrtk. me under- - organisation is nothing but an inflamed condiQuail, Iy. of our party in Rock- - Advertisement. weeks, was much worse the firtStaa that a CoipmercW Cub will tion of the mucous surfaces. w castle for this part must live l We will give One Hundred of the week, but is some better at be organized bere in the near fu ' Wildwood Fla the common neoDle of our nntinn Dollars for any case of Deafness present. Miss Jimma Sutton is ture, the boosting of the Boone ever have any voice In their own Editor of Sionai.: (caused by Catarrh) that cannot be visiting her sister, Mrs. Walter Way being the chief object that Having lived in Rockcastle cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure government. It was once a gov-- ! Boyd, in Corbin this week. Jesse will hurry the organization. We ernment by the whole people and COUntv over 4 years with the Send for circnlars, free. Fish was in town Saturday and want it understood that Brodhead for the T. F. Cheney & Co., people but, alas no more, exCePtJon of two years in Laurel Sunday. Mrs. 0. A. Frith is with people are strictly in favor of the Toleco, O. it is a government by the Bosses c0110. KY-- i inah thee years have her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Pen plan,, and will do all in their power for liad to P'od over the rouSh r0ads Sold by all Druggists, 75c. their servants. Our only hope ninjjton, in Livingston, this week. to help secure national aid to build Take Hall's Family filJS; foj is through the new party as it is WDenever 1 went tobunday bchool constipatiou. S. T. Proctor, of Mt .Vernon, the ninety-eigh- t miles of pike be- the only party that advocates and church or to see a sick neigh was here to see his mother Sun- tween Crab Orchard and Cumberprinciples that will ever return Dor or to tlje Rail Road station; and day, who is very ill. Mrs. L. B. land Gap, W. P. Rigsb and VA,nft W.h.en Jklilah cut Sam-s- o John freedom to the whole American ,havin2 raised a large family "1jh Hilton, of Stanford, is visiting her Robins were in Lincoln the latter baiv be became mild as a people and we are sure to gain' inconvenience of trying 'to educate aunt, Mrs. E. G. Ashcraft in part of last week on business. my children, because of the fcmb, Can you understand it?" that victory in the near future. Louisville, this week. R. E. Al Born to the wives of Arch Albright teachej, It is high time that we organize miserable 1roads was a gre&t foard- ask the Sunday SchoolTomsftv, bright, J. B. Ward and C. H. Frith p 'Weli", said little .Brack "."V1 ' a girl enou8h to T vm were in Mt Vernon, Monday on Durham has . accepted a position There are three distinct classess T,p it does mae you feel Board-nand enter i). 0. A. Frith was in with the Queen & Crescent as' tele- - of officers to be voted, for by the tave m business. Xo jshalmed wheri. a woman cuts your b people County, State a'ndNation-- ! PrePa.re Livingston, Saturday and Sunday. in Mftwhere-na- r hair." graph operator af McKihney, and al. r' Qw'the1 ouer nearest" and:-A. J. and W. b. Haggard sold a Teffthursday to take charge. Tr!. i.i. ,. . be they could earn a liviner. Ona r; . r-: 11 acres, to tit smajl farm of thirtv-pnre- e ge elected this coming Nov. only I tyon.eW lhe? ai11 enA Kjncer foj; (jjOfidg. flM J. MBTH9DS"Tc MINISTER aw left at home y0n want our organization perfected vir t0Q RECOM MENDS CHAM- ung to go yet awhile. and a full ticket nut in the MA IfjU mpve hjs family tq t. D,r. COUGH BERLAIN'S and Hving in this falltomaks W. E. Gravely began moving the wf REMEDY. of their own, others are jmes schools Reactionaries or stand-nattercorner rubbjsh from the norfh-eas- t teaching and the gteatest ?ilacax'. eY- - XW-A-: "N,ow in conclusion I have a sugof tftg ruins Wenesav iu orcjer Minn , writes; "Cbarncerlain's difficulty they have in coming back fohj-yfhfoundjon. fop ajjotlje'f: Coueh' Rernedy has been a deeded gestion. yVehavea man on this ome ijo see vs, the bad roads. sftore frouse wftepe tfye old p,ng ancj 'wejeqine. guests in otjr home side of the county that would, Weeks and, even, months go bv s$oq& fbat was yecent y deoye4 fqr fflany years'. highly racom make an idealeader tor oir ticket wUhou,1j their coming, can't get by gre. Tbe optor wil jjave mena 11 iq my rejiows as nemg a afhe net ile'cta.' I' ' itiM4m 4 t If on account of the roads in Jhtre bui4inr meaicine wtqf thy'qrrial'io cSes rented a njc tvo-stor-y us compeeno hold , ot golds, cough m$ cfoup'f place as an. tnan I know in the winter. as pf ahput (be same injensio the Is there ;no remedv& Yes these M' Notliinr is more lmpqa m W give 0 pmb.pflain! pouf em Wfi ftndef-tan- d edy and w are je one gestFoye. very progress- - ijoads cn M mao;e good but the W the' home than, lear teadjr. IfziiL cqndqtyou will county Instire thiby.t&z. the'oll Uva( I tjat B.. G. 4ndbfsjri n'l nd jt very eectual and continue e farmer bs been a leading question isJbo wiVinake- them. ac. and 'clean viUtoat I ttnv fclce dowa "to y dqubl.e stgre pu.ee tas occasion requires or I Penniylrania crude'the last drop a Jye a of thq county s a flesg Ecb. year tells the story oil refined to tocher twiner m feujldjng erected where hi store yfarstqeome." as mn others cJP SraYe-an understands that some method oiv means ha- - I perfection. I Costa no tnore than the tank- haxe ong. Fo.r ae by 11 IJgl- - Uwh.ar Wg burpgd, wjeb. Uisfqr ppcu; reople to, to be used other than has been in I wasroa kind aavea MONBY saves I AR ! avea eyes. to that part of town. -- dfomer ers. mae anything above a common the. Rast. Some of the best people I WORK dealer has SOT4TB OH. ia I III Tour IW L R barrels direct from, our works. Quail, Ky., Cbcfitmrt u assisting A. . Hiatt Hying in this county under our ia tbe county are really interested " Feb. ir, i9i3 present condition. at tbe Citiaen Bank at present. And he no in having good loads but as was IBbivli is building a room lr. Editor Mt.Vkenon Signal:- -. other'-'tba- n LoumvUI, Ky. B, li. Mr. p. H. Shutts. demonstrated last' Oct. the maRefinery at Warren, fa. M, Sir:-r- townr The .man that not only the Pro- - jority- was like tttrtjA-.- t J&Ti fact, witk . w'J? tJ Dear br r We scU Uw celebrated "N the old Proverb -. v"' g Carb" Aate Ofl. . ' .w "vwm-" wos 'Ifyoa wttl,Ai55fcSii'i mm tihMMiNanr u t handled of "jec" spjody'who carried the rock in ' V4r in -- McBee Clothing Store y one end of the sack and I'll cat ry it too. My children are no better than I am and I have made out w th these roads aud so can they. But listen your children are not going to make out with such roads They will have goods roads and if you live long enough you may get to travel over them. I'm glad to see any article on good roads. I know peopl- - are still becoming interested more and Rockcastle will in the near future not be ashamed to have strangers pass I am spending over her roads. the winter in Florida where they One horse can have fine roads. more than do the work of two on bad roads. The climate here is fine and the people are lovely. The country level, people have a good easy time in general. Plenty of oranges cheap, winter gardens all green with mustard, lettuce, onions, beets, turnips, cabbages and kale. Farmers are plowing and getting ready to plant vegeWe tables for early marketing. have no mud at any time, all sand. You would say and lots ot negroes. Yes there are a good many but are the real ones. No mulatoe and they certainlv do know their place. They are like I use to know' them when I was a child. A 'servant in a servants place. They are a real necessity here. They are honest. People tell me I need never lock a door at night or on leaving home. They all work and earn their living and they know they must do the right thing, otherwise they know the cor se quence. I like Florida and especially the people I have mot. We live within two miles of the largest orange grove in the world. The lumber and turpentine businesses are good here and truck gardening s carried on extensively aU over he. state, giving is pretty high- - Board from 18 to 25 and 30 dollars per month. Strange to say no one Ukes to 'keep boarders. Every thing is higher here than at home. Any one can do their own work and live as cheap here Very truly, as anywhere. S. M. yf. 'MJty.jffi.ftf! More Bargains More Business Weeks more f o rake in the Mosf Wonderful Bargrainsfhaf have been offered in Mf . Vernon We Sell It for Less We are getting ready for the greatest Spring business in our history, andt as a result of these preparations, we must clean out all winter goods It is our rule not to permit goods to remain from season to season. At the. close of the season the goods must go. . Prices we are making now will quickly reduce our stock. You cannot afford to miss this sale TO THE MEN: It you don't know Bargains when you see them, send your wife. She is smarter than you are anyway. If you don't believe it, ask her. 3 weeks of daring Wftpksnfflrnchin! Prices fc -- 1 SENSATIONAL BARGAINS EVERYTHING AT A CUT PRICE 300 - MS Pairs of Of ! Ootid 1 Sale S 1 V ii"IV r 1$ "H tPV W HALF PRICE SHOES 2,500 V VM the'W"." A? fefr GRANULATED SUGAR 5c - Pound e es M. W you eat or wear anything- - come, to this. SmvmsEym nisw. 5 f - two-.stoj- Bargain TP I Pic-N- fc wjddgely I f I Vmji: ; - - i" i w I I ? 1 s 7 Wmyzwuut9''&Mmt ...'. J t ( .' 4 x -i A-'.- T, , ", yVA; MT. VERNON SIGNAL , - The preacher who takes the Tennessee. Beard of Trade Mr a few months stay. Miss Bertha p.rize in raising needful sums for Maret, our delegate to the Ash- - Litton, of Mt. Vernon, was thr church work so far is an old Friday, Feb. 14, 1913 ville. N. C. roads myelin?, I charming guest of Miss Viola De- colored man down South. ord last Saturday and bunday. ' We have a collection to take will probably return via Bristol Publishcd every Friday by in school at to confer with the members of Swannir Price who is up dis mawnin'," he said, "a EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. jpent from Friday Vay and Mt, Vernon the Board on the Boone for a mos' important highway until Sunday with his mother cause, an we neds as much money $I.OO movements. ONE YEAR UBSCRIPTICIN here. as we can get. But for de sakes Mrs. H. H Jsaacs and children of your reputations, whichever of "BOONE WAY." visited her mother at Leroy a part Advertising rates made known on you stole Mr. Jones' turkey don't Plan to Revive the "Old Wil- of last week. Harve Brown and application put nothin' in de plate." derness Road" Meets with Clay Thompson were in Mt. That was how he got money out Encouragement. Vernon last Saturday. J. F. Constitution, Atlanta, ol every member of bis OF MEMBER KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Special. Bristol, Tenn., Feb. it. Bloomer has about closed out his Ga. stock of merchandise and he and Jackson Morris, of Pineville, DON'T YOU BELIEVE IT. Aunt Eliza came up the walk W. F. Cress will have a general and James Maret, secretary of the say that chronic consti- and said to her small r.ephew: Some sale the 15th. and will start about Commercial Club of Mt Vernon, "Good morning, "Willie. Is the 20th for Kansas. Miss Essie pation cannot be cured. Don't Ky., sent interesting information, Chamberlaiu's your mother in?" you believe it. Brown spent Inst Thursday night here as to progress toward the cured others why "Sure she s in," replied "Willie with her little niece Vella Hatcher. Tablets have no; you? Give them a trial. They building of roads in Kentucky truculently. "D' you suppose I'd Miss Liz?ie Todd alt r spend- cost onlv a quarter. For sale by ANNOUNCEMENTS. which are to be the connecting be wo. kin' in the garden on Sating two months with her sister All Dealers. links for the proposed highway urday morning, if JAIXFB. wasn't. at Livingston has returned to Wc Are Authorized to Announce between this city and Lexington. FRANK BAKEH her home here. There will be FOR FLETCHER'S The Fiscal court met this week As a candidate for Jailer of Bockcastle subject to Mr. Morris is chairman of the Republican party. August services at Fliendship next Satur the action of the Primary. 1013. committee that is making thD I to make settlement with the sheriff day and Sunday conducted by Rev. We Are Authorized to Announce fight for a $5oo,ooo good roads HAKEY JONES Miss Maybelle Soward. As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to bond issue for Bell Lounty, Ky John the action o! the Repdblican party. August PriCummins was the guest of her mary, 1913, The vote will be taken March 4, Miss Isabelle Ping last SHERIFF. and M r. Morris believes that the cousin We Are Authorized to Announce Friday night. Some of the farmCAM MUXLINS proposition will win. Mr. Maret As a candidate for Shcritt of Rockcastle subject to ers have begun plowing but it the action of the;Uopublicau party, August Pri- has sent a map, showing the mary. 1913. that they get but very little Boone Way" from Cumberland Seems done on account of so much rain . The Louisville Post is agin' any Gap via Middlesboro, Borbourville St ! W9S9 You government appropriation for the Loudon and Mt. Vernon to Crab You v7ho are suffering the torturss of Eczema. Itch. Salt Rheum or other construction of Boone Way. Mr Orchard, the distance being only skin diseases you whose days are miserable, whoe nights are made sleepless by the terrible itching, burning pains, let me send you a trial ot a sooth-iur-r, J. C HuUcU. R. r FOR FLETCHER'S Sherley the Fifth district represen ninety-eigh- t healing treatment which has cured hundreds, which I believe will cure miles. Mr. Maret will send it free, nostaee natd. without any obligation on your Dart. unii. in Congress irom Louisville, states tative Just All the coupon below and mail it to ice. or write me. giving roar name, age and address movethat a will send the treatment free of cost to you. I however, is for Boone Way so let ment is on foot to build this road Manumaw amta tm Mma n n kCOT AND MAIL TO DAY" the Post offer it- - opposition. It At Crab Orchard the "Boone Way" J. C. HUTZELL, 123 West Main St., Fort Wayne, Ind. will have no effect on the result of Picas e send without cost or obligation to me your Free Proof Treatment. will connect with the pike system Co u erthe movement for this important Age. Name of Kentucky, leading to iichmond highway. It appears that the Danville, Louisville and Lexington. Post OQce editor of this sheet in question is The situation in Virginia under the belief that he carries CtrceSanaNo. State counties with reference to this Yon can uot keep posted on curmore brains than the following rent events unless you read tho road is encouraging. Many promi-n;n- l statemen who heartily favor COURIER-JOURNAVirginians are back of the governmental aid in the work: movement, and there is every indi- (Louisviixn, Ky. HENRY Champ Clark, Ollie Janie?, the cation that Washington, Scott and Keutucky delegation in Congress Lee counties will issue bonds to A Democratic President Governor MeCreary and mauy build their part ot the road. The case presents a others. Has been elected and an era of peculiar appearance when the Miller went to the Prosperity has set in. You can get Hugh .Post and Courier Journal are to- counties of Hardin and Larue a rmiDicD miidmjii Just ay on a Postal Card: "Send me a copy of Stark Year Book for 1913." gether on an v question. Peculiar few days ago to purchase a lew iiotiv L When writing, also tell us how many trees, shrubs, vines, etc., you will probably ..'indeed. Both will probably claim pure bred Duroc Jersey sows. plant this season. AND This Year Book is more than a mere catalogue of Stark nursery products, it is to be the originators of "nothin for He has now on his Hillsdale farm, practical, easy to understand text book for the guidance of the man who plants trees. the Mountains nohow" and sows sired by the great boar Our own experience of nearly 100 years, the reports of experiment stations and the opinions of planters from all sections are condensed and reproduced for the benefit of Mirse Henri, he (the C. T.) jes' am Good Enough Again 35781" busy people. An encyclopedia of orchard information, containing full size color Both One Year for $1.50 set back and laff" and say nothin' which sold in J. O. Kerfoot's illustrations of gloriously tinted fruits and many photographic reproductions in black more, at the articles of the little Regular price of Weekly Courier-Journa- l and white; also information on many subjects in which the orchardist is interested. Iuroc Jersey sale a short time Hundreds of varieties of apples, pears, peach, plum, cherry, apricot, quince, 1.00 a one hoss mountain editor's efforts We can each variety are all small ao for $410.00. He has another make a specialyear. on Dailyalt,o grape and points arefruits are described; weaknesses ofshould know both. pointed out explained. We feel that planters to secure aid in the building of Gilt sired by the great breeder or and good rate Those interested in growing fruits or flowers' or shrub or shade trees will find this the proposed national highway "Orine Chief". These sows are Sunday Courier Journal in combi book of inestimable value; totally different from the average nurseryman's publifr im Cumberland Gan 10 Crab now mated to a son of Volunteer nation with this paper. cations. It is a book you will keep for reference, and one on which you can depend being absolutely accurate. Write today for your copy. Orchard. He who laughs last etc. Advance 43667, a winner at the To Get Advantage of This Cut .'T lere is a good day coming when StPte Fair and grand champion at Rate, Orders Must Be SenI Us, Marse Henri's Daper and tht run Chicago International, which sold Not to Gourier-Journ- a. b Col. Dick Knott will wish they a few weeks ago for $1500.00. He had dialled out a different lcind says he has purchased another fine LOUISIANA, MO. of treatment to South Eastern sow mated to "Ccl. King' taid H. R. Kentucky and East Tennessee by many Duroc breeders to be the and Virginia. The Mt. Vernon best boar south of the Ohio River. MT. VERNON, KY. Commercial Club is at work in Hugh, in our opinion is certainly Baker Building, Up Stairs. the matter to ascertain it" the on the right road in buying Rooms recently oceupied by Drs. Hatbusiness and professional men of thoroughbred stock. It pays to field & Harris. .Louisville endorse the position keep good stock of any kind on taken by these papers in reference vour farm. If you will notice to the above proposed highway. the papers, you will see that the POUNDS Fair treatment will be demanded farmers in our blue grass counties FOUND, the place to buy Spectacles or. we will take up our doll rags are at all times looking after and Eyeglasses for $1.50 and up. Gold, Silver and Aluminum Frames. Larand play elsewhere. pure bred stock. Why can t our gest selection in town. Eyes tested do There is It is not worth while to hate farmersway this. keep themnothing Free. Years of experience. to in the troui anyone. Life is too shortto cherish C. "Father, looking after this end of the farm ll What 01 haid thoughts. JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. business. Well bred stock ot any COX DBOS. STORE I'm Glad if that man has cheated you or kind means less trouble, less feed, that woman has played you false You Smoke some friend forsaken vou? Let and more money for the farmers. or Duke's Mixture" it all pass. What difference will DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY it maKe to you in a few years, Smoothes irritated throat and Before we tell yon about the boy and his air rifle, we Mixture Myers when you go hence to that un- lungs, stops chronic and hacki g m want yon to hear about Liggett men mm Duke'swm. for juai tne totweco mat tnousanas uj All who cough, relieves tickling throa., discovered country. a pipe the tobacco that makes "rolling" popular, treat you wrong will be more tastes nice. Take no other; once Buy it at FIND QUICK RELIEF sorry for it than you in your used, always used. Chas. C. Davis'. deepest grief. A few more smiles By the use of SWANSON'S a few more tears, some pleasure, LEVEL GREEN it 5-DR- OPS much pain, a little longer hurrying and worrying in the world, some C. E. Mullins the drummer was The Great Remedy for hasty greetings and abrupt farehere last week calling on the Rheumatism, Lumbago, wells and life will be over, and inmerchants. Mrs. Hattie McQuary Sciatica, Gout, Neuralgia, M juier and injured will be laid and son, Willie, of Plato, and a LaGrippe, KidneyTrouble fine old Virginia and North away and forgotten. This favorite tobacco is It is not Mr. and Mrs It la a for both Inabrit. of Montana, nal use preparationquick internal and exterCarolina bright leaf that has been thoroughly aged, worth while to hate each other that eives relief to the sufferer. It has the true tobacco spent last Sunday with Mrs. J. Applied externally, it steps all actes and palm. stemmed and then granulated. Taken internally, it dissolves the poisonous This is our advice and like salva- - N. Brown. taste, for the very simple reason that it is pure tobacco. of substanco and assists nature in restoring the Luther Burein. system to a healthy condition. Sold by Ontgglsts. tion it's free. Try it during 1913. Ray what you will it is impossible to get a purer or more Woodstock, was the guest of Dr. One Dollar per bottle, or sent prepaid upon reI Jikeablesmoke than Duke's Mixture. It is now a LiggettfJfym ceipt of price if .not obtainable in your locality. leader, and is unsurpassed in quality. SWAN90N Governor Lee Cruce, of the H, H. Isaacs a part of last week. 188 Lake Street, RHEUMATIC CURE COMPANY In every 5c sack there is one and a half ounces of splendid Mrs. G. B. Lawrence visited her Cbteaflt State ot Oklahoma, in a letter to tobacco and with each sack you get a book of cigarette papers FREE. Secretary of oar Commercial Club sisters at Mt. Vefnon the latter SWANSON'S PILLS part of the week. How the Boy Got His Air Rifle states: "I have your favor of Bast Remedy Miss Kate DeBord, of jthe Brown neaoacne, sour for Constipation, Sick In every sack of the Liggett Mym Duke's Mixtnre wa bow sxemacn. Belching; and February 4th. calling attention to Jyer.Jroubles. 35c Per Box at Druggists pack a Free Present Coupon. These Coupons are good far all Jrom kinds of useful articles something to please every member of the Boone Highway. Not only as Memorial School, spen home-folk- s Friday until Sundav with the family. There are skates, sleds, balls ana Dots, cameras, i interested inaJlJ an brellas, watches, fountain pens, pipes, O J. Mqlli is here. Mrs. opera glasses, etc.. etc things that have Kentucky- - tinge son, Woodrow, Lave re- Etsily gpel Quickly Healod As a special offer, during Jan and spirit, but as a citizen of a and little uary and February only, we Xy&JrBBBBBBfgnFV from a few days visit with turned Tboso who suffer great country, interested in every front Eczema, pirn- toiW send you our new illus-tratOcala. Several atpies or oiner exm f .v jLrsafssssssaBaifcSrBBB catalogue of presents, eruptions Knoir movement that will tend to its relatives at Us miseries. the birthday dinner given REE. Just send lis your name There is no need development, I will be glad to tended id address' on a postal. ofsuffcrincYou last Sunday at the home of J. J. can . BsansssSBssssssssr rid easily get any influence I can in the BsVBaBassBBZBI V Jend Cbuoni frot'2vks Mixture may MST of lFby a TsTsTsTsTsTsTsTsTsV V?CorUd with, tags rem HORSESHOE, UflHav slmplo and fw-- "" Tlt you DeBord in honor of his 53 year. promotion of the project prepf .TIUIIVVIC M1TIW11. IF.AF. R NRF.ir .TWIST.voevftmi. trm The four months old baby ol' Mr. ePmL aration known, ihay in hand". niNt fcrviFSCTVAvfc'ft douth toufrnlt v,v. 9 v wLmmw Salve. FivoDropa 8 tho sBBBBr' Is and Mrs. Chas. Cheek, of Mt. VerV It com. WmwW carefully ! J3 ponndod ointtnd cthtrtoxt eftftPoitf ipUei $y ufi1 Judge Richard G. Williams, of non, which died Friday was ment that for. fifteen .years has Pjwf di non- brought to Mt. Pleasant Saturdiy 41 Covington was the first proven its valneas MflTl sLHIalaaF resident to pin the Boone Way and .buried. Miss Zelma Brown ls retpedr for eczsma, simples, runnteK sores, BTTllfU sbbbHbbbbI wounds, burns, selt rneum, pKs bHvbbLbHb' Bnlvill UM acne. A single application will usually Klvo Booster Band No. 1, of Mt. Ver- who has been at home for two Immediate relief. The burning, irritating lnflam ratm St 1.tI. Un . .SS" Bi&tlon quickly SHtsldes and the sores dry and with, mumps has re- disappear. : non. CoLyBennett H. Young, the weeks sick The Salve Js new Dirt ho in 25 Com'mander of U. C. V., railroad covered saientlvtoreturn to packages and sold by nearly akU r;Tfc4peou spent and ap cent n ins noiouiainaoio in your locality o school. niHUM, and bridge buildei and noted can .order direst from..Siranson H. a Co, ) Chicago, be the "second. Saturday flight with" his brother, SnLate SUreceipt ofIUJ and It will an sent post, Louisville, was paid upon prise, it is eamohont I BBHBtBBBBBBBBBBaBBt here. George iwwur zor acrsiOMHMi J. L. ThOMfiaa I bats of totkasm. Tri-Weekl- On the invitation ot the Bristol, .Lawrence has gone to Indiana for Bristol-to-Lexing- ton WANTED Agents wanted to take subscriptions for the Atlanta, Ga., ValuConstitution. able premiums for subscribers, lioeral commissions and ca;h prizes for agents. You can make money fast in any small town or Some along any Rural Route. living. Others agents make a good make 15.00 or $20.00 a month on the side, soliciting subscriptions Address for particulars: y Tri-Wbeic- AGENTS BEU !ri i co'-lecti- on GASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought fcs .1 ly : ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. AYcgetatlelVeparalionrorAs-slrailating tteFootf Bears the Signature of i ot y.v?fc fcRwrTfTT-- fromotesDtecsttonhetfiJOpiuntlorphine iwrMiacraL ness and ResLContains ncito NOT NARCOTIC. J&c$ecfG7dIk34XLnnE3 AW lV In flzpta Sttdm Jbzu$ttd JtiCtriwiSiit Jt'ymStfJ' Children Ory C ASTO R A ft M Mm tton , Sour StonariuDlanim Aperfect Remedy for Ccnsfya W Use For Over ncss oiulLoss or Sleep. TSurSinak VYorras.ConvdsicnsIevmslr Signature cf QMZ BE CURED Prove to Free ,wil The Centauk Compaxj; NEW YOHK. ' well-organize- d Children Cry CASTOR! A ri 2Sc fiSSS Thirty Years mm BBj m K4xiill2a&ij3iMH 1 1 rjWUjyu UlBjyLftMaBJIB T S.bnHrantcedunkrthe-ooJExact Copy of Wrapper. 1 - II H sflBBBjBJaBV m I I lllllI II K WLm Hbi Bj 11 H mm "" tmc ecNTAun coaniiT, new to city. Journal For 1913 L Stark Bro's Nurseries & Orchards YEAR BOOK of Co. AILED TO YOU FREEll Birdsell 911 ! WAGONS 'I SIGNAL Il SOL D. B Y STARK BRO'S Nurseries & Orchards Co. Joe North Main No e Street Dentist COOVER KmmWrZs iBH C 1131 Banking iil-xvi- J. MOORE MLi9nHs9tncrHL g deals "Just in proportion to its progressiveness, its prudence, its enterprise, its liberality within conservative bounds, is the bank a blessing to the people it serves. li3iBiiH RHEUMATIC m SUFFERERS This bank constantly deavors to meet .these en- 0i2t4 Tff re?, quirements. THE PEOPLES D. G. BAKER, President. BANK s. imxiWL V J.P.E. DRCMMOND, Vice.-Pre. F.L.THOMPSONJr., Cashier. CLAUDE C COX, Ass't. Cash ... JONAS McKENZIE SKIN SORES PETERS SHOES THE ed "ROYAL BLUE'? t you need is to you 1 --.- ..- - K.Sg$c5ftgS?S - good pair of shoes it W KB jr3Kijt KsK1 inieresFbJcxailMe : ". the Peters runr-wor- igre T gj Li X; K .0m Five-Dr- op law-yer- Grt 0r r iaiffill .) JONAS . z- cKENM - r j. A :'? iwll a- -' .- """' MT, TSJRSpN, KY; Jg f.r - ,r? ', H .: $ 1 . V. - 'X t'?"Ck"EIftt ? fJ'rr r l3aaSii3Mr ' ilf fc3j3S3E3MKK.awffK3.r , xss ? Mi I'l m tm I2l COMMISSIONER'S o ttMMtfaafa J &a V BIABUJUGED HAPPY THO lives, but a large percentage there are unhappy married good-lookin- "3 these nd"?? feehng. of daughter. Co the illness o the wife, mother or homes are due face, hollow ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT the pale and the the befogged mind, For to UOURT "ddrcled eyes, result most often from those disorders pecu harhavewomen health. good g she must naturally to feeling; and rcturnmg p ams end hysteria, hofflashes or constantly J. McMuiiins and Alfred Owens; IJr. rierce s Earnie Hopper, Plaiutilf on the bOutln by the lands of Ben a drain upon u woman's rh regu-la- S Prescription restoresweak and sick women to sound health by VS) Commissioner's Bale. Riddle, John Shutts, and the heirs the local disorders which are generally responsible for the A. J.Gilbert, Carrie and of Dr Price; and on the west by above distressing symptoms. and for the oast the lands of Joseph Brown, and for a "t t,.t- trreatlvlife was number of years writes MRS. a. a. threert Gilbert, and W. H. a misery to me." Defendants containing i25 acres. would have to Clark, ilticaVOhio. Route 4. "The doctors told me I year By virtue of a judgment and a hc?p SbTfo I would ever be better. A PeriodaKo.svrinter For the purchase price the purI suffered Sd spring 1 was worse than ever before. At so rem ior order of sale of the Rockcastle chaser must execute bond, with I cm the mother of sis children. 1 was cne in torment. SALE. JJe of Buck Creek, and bounded as lollows: Ou the north by the landi of John H. Brown and Joseph Brown; on the east by the lands ot A. Dra7do coK-ectin- uich.-?L- Ie done, so I wrote to Dr. R. V. t Ues. PicaovER. took two couraTof treatment which I -followed to the letter. Iuiewworv poiuea . a nnn u. wi.Ani ?uch .ince. l--n -wr.iriercc.-urfortnrinir with anything else or any one else. Buffalo, The Medical Adviser by R.V. Pierce, M. D., N Y answers hosts of delicate questions about which fret every woman, single or merricd ought to know. Sentonly. mniling on receipt of 31 stamps to pay for wrapping and JlJrlr: "" ii.i. . Circuit Court, lendered at the January Term, lgi3, thereof, I snan preeeea to otter tor sale at ihe front door of ihe court house : i i vciuuu, xs.uuKCU5i.it: mi. tt County, Kentucky, to the highest snd best bidder, at public auction on Monday, the 24th dav ol February, i9i3, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and '4 . ii approved surety, bearing interest from date of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a judgement. Bidders must be pre. pared to comply with these terms G. S -- ?' UHO& 5TAKSR Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Coffinsfurnished Hearse sent to all parts of the County Hand-mad- e All Phone orders by Wire Promptly Filled W. A. 94-S COX, . o'clock p. m., being regular "county court day, on a credit. ot six months, the following described real estate located in Rockcastle County, Kentucky, on the waters of Clear Creek, and bounded as follows: Beginning at the State road near the lands of A. J. Richard Baxter and Moody, Whitfield deceased ; thence with the State Road to the beginning, being the same tract of land conveyed to A. J. Gilbert by James Lawrence and wife and containing seventy-fiv- e acres, more or less. Mc-Guir- e, Master Commissioner, R. U. C MOTHERS CAN SAFELY BUY Dr. King's New Discovery and give it to the little ones when ailing and suffering with colds, coughs, throat or lung troubles, taste uice, harmless, once nsed always used. Mrs Bruce Crawford, Mo. writes: "Dr. King's New Discovery changed our boy from ' a pale weak sick bov to the picture of health". Always helps Buy it at Chas. C. Davis'. Ni-agra, Griffin, COMMISSIONER'S ROCKCASTLE COURT. SALE CIRCUIT MT. VERNON, KY a Yesterday To-morro- w TO-DAY to-da- must execute bond with approved surety, bearing interest from date of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders must be prepared to comply with these terms. Master Commissioner, R. C. C. NO NEED TO STOP WORK. When the doctor orders you to stop work it staggers you. 1 can't you say. You know vou are weak, run down and failing iu health day by day, bul you must work as long as you can stand. What you need is Electric Bitters to give tone, strength and vigor to your system, to prevent break down and to build you up. Don't be weak, sickly or ailing when Electric Bitters will benefit you from the first dose. Thousands bless them for their glorious Try them. health and strength. Every bottle is guaranteed to satisfy. Only 50c. at Chas. C. Davis'. purchaser For the purchase price the Tc-da- y G. S. Griffin, YESTERDAY is but a dream, oulyja vision, well lived makes every yesterday a dream of hapbut a vision uf hope. Therefore piness and every y bring your account to not yesterday nor to-da- THE BA..TK OF MT. VERNON Then our hope is that all your moneys will bring you happiness, and prosperity, and all your reaollectious of yesterday will bring you great satisfaction and all your dealings and relations with this Bank will bring you great prosperity. C nthia McDowell and Wm. McDowell, Plaintiffs VS) Commissioner's Sale Thomas Elliott and Rachel Dees, Defendants By virtue of a judgement and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the Jonuary Term, 1913 thereof, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court house, in Mt Vernon, Rockcastle County Kentucky, to the highest and best bidder, nt public auction, on Monday, the 24th. day of February iqi3 between the houss of 9 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock, p. m. being regular county court uay. en a credit of six months, the following described real estate located in Rockcastle County. Kentucky, on the waters of Gauley Creek, and bounded as and Rash; thence with Prewitt's line on top of the ridge to a black oad and black spotted oak VERNON DO. on top of the ridge; thence across a seutheastern m the branch, PRACTICAL to the place of begindirection UNDERTAKERS ning. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, S Said teact of land to be sold AND subject to the life estate of the E3IBALMJCES Zl defendant, Elizabeth, Rash. For the purchase price the Mt. Vernon, Ky. s purchaser must execute boud, with approved surety, bearing interest from date of sale until paid, and having the force and CT Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of 5 effect of a judgment. Bidders ZZZ , for the company. 2Zwork must be prepared t j comply with SpOrders by wire promptly tilled. Hearse sent to all points these terms. i G. S. Griffin, Manager Master Commissioner. R. C. C. Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHOXE 112 3 A TEXAS WONDER. liiuuuiiiiiiuiiiiuiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuuuimiiimiuii The Texas wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel. cres diabetes, weak and ame backs, rheumatism and all regularities of the kidneys and Reguin both men and women. All women, who suffer from the aches and pains, due lates bladder troubles in children, to female ailments, are urged to try Cardui, the reliable, tf not sold by your druggist, will scientific, tonic remedy, for women. Cardui acts promptly, be sent by mail on receipt of Si. yet gently, and without bad effects, on the womanly system, One small bottle is two months' relieving pain, building up strength, regulating the system, reatraent, and seldom fails to and toning up the nerves. During the past half century, Send for testiperfect a cure. thousands of ladies have written to tell of the quick curative monials from this and other states. results they obtained, from the use of this well-knomedicine. Dr. E. W. Hail, 2926 Olive strert St. Louis Mo., Sold b druggist. 1 a,. .. CpKET 1 i g COUCH METAL1C CASKETS Coffins and Robes. 2 3 GEORGE OWENS, Blood Was Wrong wn COM MISSIONER'S SALE. follows: MT. VERNON THE BANK OF KENTUCKY MT.VERNON, C. C. WIILIMS, President. W. h. RICHARDS, Cashier' B" J. P. ! HOPEWELL ' -- 1 E s -- 4nSd Died, Miss Ellen Baker aged forty-fiv- e died at the home of her sifter, Mrs. Nancy Baker near Cove January the 28th. She had been an invalid foi fifteen years. Over U. G. Baker's Store. Mrs. Martha Kinley, of Mt. Ver.Crown and Bridge Work a specialty. non spent Thursday with Mrs AH woik guaranteed. Lizzie Sowder at this place. Miss Allie Moore, ofWabd, is confined to her room with fever. Mrs. T- Harrison Pitman is suffering with lagrippe. Mr. George Logston spent Sat .r"?zDTfSzy : urday and Sundaywith her sister, 1&Z33 Mt Vernon, Ky Mrs. Milt Rash. johnny Harmon Home and office in the late residence happened to a very serious accident i3r. Myers formerly occupied on Old a few days ago, while working at Main St., j Mt. Vernon. & Pine Hill, stuck a nail in his foo't and is in a serious condition. Mrs. Joe Hines who has been sick for two months is better at this writing. The small child of Mr. 2TTORNEY-AT-I,AJacob Payne of near this place MT. VERNON. KY. has croup. Mr, and Mrs. Riley On 2nd. floor p Rash spent Saturday with Mrs. The Bank ot'Mt. Vernon, on Churc Robert Harmon. Mr. McCajah street. Special attention given tfowder is very sick with lagrippe to collections.? There was preaching at Mt. Phone No. 8o. Pisgah Saturday and Sunday. JMitcbel and Detroit Cummins spent Snnday with their cousin Grant Thompson. Willie and Turner Sowder with their families spent Saturday with their brother UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Robert at this place.-AmbrMoris who has been in poor health for some time, is reported worse and his recovery is doubtful. There was preaching ,at Hopewell Sunday conducted by Rev. James Barnes. Little Willie and Silvester Rash spent Saturday and Sunday with their uncle, Milt Rash. Misses fennie and Addie Burk spent Sunday with Mrs. Mary Arnold. John Holcomb spent Saturday and Su nday with bis uncle Wm. Nicely. Josiah Cummins of near Walnut Grove spent Thursday and Friday with his sister. Mrs. Grant, Thompson, of near this place. Mis. Syntha Niceley spent Sunday with Mrs. Siuney McClure. Mr. Thompson of this place has moved to Maretburg. Dentist COMMISSIONER'S SALE, ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. J. O. Bullen, W. FRANCIS, Dentis k -- 'C. E. Williams, SC-OFFIC- J. C. McCLARYl o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., being regular county court day, on a credit of six months, the following described real estate located in Rockcastle County Kentucky, on the watess of Clear Creek, near Reed's old tan yard, and bounded as follows: On the north by the lands of W. H. Linville; on the east by the lands of H. C. Rowlett and Samuel Croucher; on the south by the lands of Bud Anglin, and containing 75 acres, more or less. For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with approved surety, bearing: interest from date ot sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders must be prepared to comply with these terms. G. S- Radie Spires, Defendant By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the January Term, i913, thereof I shall proceed to offer for sale at front dcor of the court house, in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky, to the highest and best bidder, at public auction, on Monday 24th day of February 19i3, between the hours of 9 VSJ Plaintiff Jr., Commissioner's Sale. Beginning on a dead white oak on the side of the county road; thence N up a spur about 2oo yds to T. J. Chewning's line; thence with his line back to center ol ridge to a stake; thence south with center of sidge about 24o yds. to a stake, corner m de by Sturgill and Loving-- ; thence south, west nearly n direct course down the hill to W. D Grifiln's lins to a saone; thence with the said Griffin's line about ao yds.. with the side of the hill to a pauing fence and corner; thenct straight down the hill with the fence, and corner on a rock in County road sign X; thence running up with the count road about 60 yds., thence across said road and being with James Hall's corner; thence up the hill with Hall's line southwest and on the southeast by Sam Ward, and on the uortheast by a lot.owned by Mrs. Sallie Jones; thence a triangler shape across the road to beginning corner. For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond, with approved surety, bearing interest from date o sale until paid, aud having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders must be prepared to comply with these .terms. G. 3. Griffin, Master Commissioner, R. C. C. SURPRISE YOUR FRIENDS. For four weeks regularly use Dr. ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. Charles Helton, Plaintiff VS) Commissioner's Sale. Mary Helton. Defendant. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the January Term, i9i3 thereof, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court house in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky, to the highest and best bidder, at public auction on Monday, the 24th. day of February i9i3, between the hours of nine o'clock p. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., be.ng regular county court day, on a credit of six months, the followingdrscribed real estate located in Rockcastle County, Kentucky, and bounded as follows: Beginning at a small black oak near Het Mason's fence, by the side of the road; thence running with center of knob a marked iiuu Co ririgc ruuU urounil 10 where Pine Hill road intersects; hence with rdad down the valley containing to tbe beginning, fory acres, more or less. For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with approved surety, bearing interest from date of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders must be prepared to comply with Cardui The WomansTonic Mrs. Jane Callehan suffered from womanly IroubJe for nearly ten years. In a letter from Whiteville, N. C, the says : " I was not able to do my own housework. My stomach was weak, and my blood was wrong. I had backache, and was very weak. I tried several doctors, but they did me no good. I used Cardui for 3 or 4 months, and now I am in the best health I have ever been. I can never praise Cardui enough." It is the best tonic, for women. Whether seriously sick, or simply weak, try Cardui. Writt to: Ladlet' Adviory Dtpt. Ouitanoota Mediriw Co.. ChatUaoosa. Tu for Special Instructions, and book. "Horn Treatment lor Woraen," scat iraa. 5t NOTICE MilFer & Beazfey 1 First Annual Horse Sale At the Mt Vernon Fair Grounds will hold the these terms. MARCH 6 & 7, 1913 MT. VERNON, KY. Send for Entry Blanks, G. S. Master Commissioner, R. C Griffin, C. THE BEST COUGH MEDICINE. Miller & Beazley Mt. Vernon, Ky a "I have used ' Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ever since I havn been keeping 'house'", says L. C. ;:: . Hatnes, of Marbury, Ala. "1 consider it one of the best remeMy children ZlllZ dies I ever used. have all t .ken it and it works like a charm. For sale bv All Deal- eis. FOR SALE. Eight farms, containing about 600 acres. Reasonably good buildings. From 3 to ; ft. of good coal on each tract. Timber sufficient This to supply all farm needs. well and can all be easland yields ily cultivated. Also one 20-P. Russell boiler and engine and saw rig, and 36-iband saw outfit. All same as new. About one mil-lio- n feet of good saw timber on .otljer land and 75000 ft. of board lumber. Alsq iny interest in 10 good work mules and ? yoke of goqd work oxen. Will make terms Owens., easv. t Walker Eongo, Ky. "prom your apgearance:', he sa$, "J. reckqn you corpp from n. We Make Your Dollars Have More Cents :IZZ - liiH LADING DRUGGIST MT. VERNON, KY. They King's New Life Pills. stimulate the liver, improve digestion, remove blood impurities pimples and eruptions disappear from your face and you feel better. Buy at Chas. C Begin at once Davis'. COMMISSIONER'S ROCKCASTLE COURT." i':: K Our Motto: Quality Not aS Quantity :: SALE. ose Master poinmissiQner, R 0. C. Griffin, CIRCUIT . ARE YOU A CQLD SUFFERER? Take pr. King's New Discovery J. L Rash, Plaintiff Tjjk BgsT Coupif, C0L9, Throat VS ) Commissioner's Sale. and Ldjjq medicine made; Money Rash, Vira refunded if it fails tp cure vou. Do not hesitate take it at pur risk First dose helps, J. R, Wells, Floydale, Texas, writes; Dr. King's New discovery cured my terrible cough and cold. I gained 1 5 pounds." Buy it at Chas. C Davis'. COMMISSIONER'S Elizabeth We carry a full line of fine drugs, toilet articles and stationery. If you doubt our word come in and see for yourself. Our customers' wants looked after with pleasure . If we haven't what you want, kindly let us know and we will do our tjest to. get it for ypu . mm m E St;agaJI, Qarah J. Carpenter, an4 F. L. Thompson, Admr., of Wm.' Rash, HA. 6. QAVI Ehone No. 39 e 1 Stanford, Ky. SALE. Jfat Vernon 4 - HimmM . fMamrfaeJiirers of an r VI DEALER 19. Marbles and "Monumeats of all t Granite Estimates furnished "inds. on application. GO. OWEN S Pjcjr Pone 112 :S( I ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT, Alice G. Hiatt, Allen Hiatt, Maud C, Brown John H, Brown and Plaintiffs LolaS. Rlddelll, VS Commissioner's Sale. Oma Brown, Defendant By virtue of a judgement and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit vCprt, rendered at the January Jfrrm i9i3 thereof, I shall proceed to offer for sale at front hoor of the court house left 6 ith a frightful cough Mid theMt. Vernon, Rockcastle County in very wmuc itaU Epells when I could Kentucky, to the highest and best, hardly fcwtttieoYltoeak for 10 to 20 miamtM. My doctor &M not help bidder, at public auction, 01 Monbw, bat I wm completely cw vby day, the 24th day of Feb. '1913, "betw.eeti the hours of 9 a: n. and: '4 o'clock p. m. being regular county court day, on a credit of ' six months, the followingdecribed krt. J. i. Cox, Joltet, HI. . real estate, IrmmtaA in l?1rnal S&eANiltJtATALL DlUMrtTI. County, Kentucky, on the Defendants By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the Janpafy Term, i9i3, thereof, I shall proceed to ofier for sale at the front door df the corirt house inMt. Vernon, Rockcaatle county Kentucky, to the highes and best bidder, at pubie auction, on Monday,' the 24tb day of 'February, Indiany.-- ' atfP : 1111 "No, by. gosh" said the Ken- - 5r " tuclfian, "J come from Kentucky. I' ye been sick;, that s what makes me look like Jf pome fromlndjahy". Bell So lie has at last let her to the altar? Nell I don't know whether he led her or she pushed him. v " ;;i:t;t::;;:;:;:;w;;:;;::;:::;u;t uiiam u.BPffwewi I. J :i!i March Gras SB psriyiTT .ji j L- - M- - OJ,D AGE PNEUMONIA 1 rfcw Dttcovery D.JUHC'S v!5Ta5v5 f wjWOSf,xt?'rkVlrt 19i8 being regular"county teoqrt day, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m. m a credit of six months, the following described real estate, located- in Rockcastle County, and bounded as follows: Beginning on a black. oak, with Hickory, black gum aad ,white oak pointers, on topof a certaiif , .Tockjridge, John Jtyeucn'a, corner Thence with his line tm cora; gesttori, tone' up tbe Jjjaer,, jin thence with the diriafff rigde regulate the bowels. Tjwt i fciing toJareJ's chestflut J corner, tf.4dpwckHtcy will givWflf to ndjbence with his Jjne io-- a. For ak bjr -" Old age -r it comes in Che orderlv process . of nature is a Beatuiful and' majectic thing. It stands forweperience, knowledge, wisdom, counsel. That is old age as it should be, but old age as it. often js means poor digestion,, torpid bowels, a sluggish liver and a general feeling of ill health. despondency and Biisery. This'' in almost every instance is wholly1 One of Chamberunnecessary. taken imedJly lain's Tablets Hftersuppec will improve tbe di: .- NEW ORLEANS eS and fymt Tickets JHwry 31, 39, 99, 31, Fbnwy h 7, 9, L!nuVto reach erictiMl riartinjc point wot totff thn F tor 14, with exteacloii of Hmtfrif Mwch 3, 1913, on of " FULL STOOVHt PRIVILEaES. TWart Aa mmn Pr4atea ca ea aaywaTaWat AaaaVHl A Craacagt tm. araaytfto E.MaJ Smrt, llBMt77Yy. KlNe.Paiatataf LtW tOUHD TUP FAXES n.i FU JOHJfl ID AJUCCTPMCCMlt HIDES. :MWFVMANI'IHOa '.jt J-- 1 . - v, .- - !. $ ; .' - "" iinnn.liif-ihf- iTfr &: , - C-' W jtYtJgy.: r .r,.JTn"1f.nK4i V& l $ U MT. VERNON SIGNALl Mt. Vernon, Kym Feb 14, 1913 at tne uraaea this ev ning. DoQ,t for e . enjCTa,ent unuuiu ocnooi wnon "7lkCall up "No.Communl. Uyou wonlto 79" SIGNAL cats Willi VQ t X? 5? LOUICVIUX A Regular Flirt will be the attraction at the Graded School building this evening. The olay promises to be one of the best given by the local company. Don't lail to see the . best play of the season, "A Regular Flirt" to night at" Graded School Building. Admission 15. 25 and 35 cts. Benefit of the Christian Church. - iTf. R. R. Co. That Ovcrc You Ought to ' 3 4 M ASHVIU.C TIME TABLE. 22 ucTtn 24 north 13 south A housa and lot neartbe Mt. Vernon Fairgrounds. exchange for live stock. 11:38 am Or will 4.59 pm 3:53 a m For Sale: Is here waiting for you to try on Leave just half the price with us and take the coat along Of course you'll a good heavy Overcoat for a couple of 'months yet ; and one of these will dress you well for a couple of years longer NED 21 South $10.25 May 12. 13. 14. 15, 19 20 at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffioe limit June 10th 1913 account of Entered as secand'dui mail matter. General Assemblies Presbyterian Mt. Vernon, Ky. Feb. 14 3t. Tas. Landrum, Agent. Round trip ticket to Atlanta for Phone No. 8. 12:19 am Edgar Mullins, PERSONAL Dick Albright was up from Brodhead Monday. Robert Harry Miller has accepted a position in Knoxville, Tenn. Bane Carson was here irons Tellico Plains Tenn., Tuesday. Logan R. Hughes, of Stanford, was in town Sunday a few hour. J. H. Ward and C. H. Frith were up from Brodhead Monday on business. Lavina McGraw, of Miss City, is the guest oi Miss Junction Elizibeth Adams. Mrs. W. Gr. McBee was with her mother, Mrs. D. B. Southard, " of Stanford, first of the week. Hn. T. C. Duke was called to Louisville last week on account of the serious jlluess of her sister. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mcllqubam, of Pittsburg, were with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cox from Friday ,ittii Sunday. Our folks ( J- - M. ) have received from Mm. Staverson, the expert maker a doen and a half aau-?agpatties of &hat delectable edible. Mrs, R. B. Mucins is in receipt of a card from Mr. and Mrs. V, . McClary, of Pueblo, Colo., an ooundng-tharrival of WUHam Butner McCIary oa the first. James Maret is In Ashvile. N, C. attending the Southern Good Roads Meeting. The right man in the right place. If we only had a few more (J M.'s) in our midst what a different town we would have. e churches. $15 COATS at $750 $10 COATS at $500 They must all go Grab a good thing while vou can LOOK for the SIGN $12.50 COATS at $6.25 $ 350 COATS at $425 Lost: The finder of my silk The will all go Don t wait and regret it See the coats FiSH IF ITS NOT RIGHT RETURN IT to-da- v mercerized rain coat with a fine pair of tan kid gloves in the pockets. Coat light grey. Please OF THE leave same at Drug Store of C. C. Davis and get the reward. AVE PAY Floyd Millhr. persons having Notice: 1 aims against the estate of G. Pitman, deceased, are requested W to prove same, as required under the statutes, and file same with us at once, K. J. McKinney, Administrator estate of G. W. Pitman. All 3t PARCEL POST CHARGES ANY- WILL REFUND YOUR AND WE MONEY AND SMILE. WHERE IN THE U.S.- m THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES IN MT. VERNON .M.aaBraHiraMM KrygwgKag&s I Don't fail to see "A Regular Regular Services at the B iptist L. & N. and Miss Margaret Flirt" at the Graded School Buiid-n- g church Sunday Feb., 16th. at ir Buchanan, of Paris were married Sunday-Schoo- l this evening, February 14th a. m. and 7 30 p. m. Miss"Etther Sa.sser, of Bertha. in that city last week. They are Kentucky entered Langdon dorm KNEW COLTS Dours open at 7:00, performance at 10 a. m. Weekly prayt r She Was Twice as Good. now with Mr. Merricks parents torv this week and is taking remeeting every Thursday evening The group about the cross roads begins at 7:30. here for a few days. They will live view woik discussing the ' new Public cordially invited to attend. store had been August 6, 7 and S, 1913 are the who had taken the school on in Paris c T. C. Duke, Miss Dovie Hibbard is a board- And Applied His Knowledge In HTm e when he trustee of the dis dates set for holding the 1913 exing pupil and is devoting most of pastor. At up and disniountea. trict rode OO last Friday the February once one of the men asked: "Say. Ren. hibition of the Mt. Vernon Fair Advising the Teacher. social meetfcE of the Woman's her attention to domestic science we've been talk in' about the new Association . hfeld at the home of work. Club- was Nothing Doing at All. teacher out on the " ridge. How's sle "Qn cVio dirln't TAtii-TTrtTnio vrmrMiss Mary Joseph from Leslie Mrs. Willis Adams, the hostess doin'r A sninil cottage belonging to Shove, ".Well, I think she's fine. I think eh?" Pckua "Return my lover being Mr. Adams, Miss Adams, county is( anew member of the CHANGE OF SCENE NECESSARY ." she's just about tvvice as good as the B. Kamsey and located on West Why, she didn't ern retu my and Mrs Ab Sparks. The even dormitory family. Town Topics. one we had last year." Main street, burned last Saturda Mrs. Wolcott, of bhelbyville, "You do? Why, I thought you was spent in a j'ng was pleasantly night. The building was fully Some of the Things Tha We Are Apt certain the one last year was A No. social way yitb games and con- who came to address the Farmers to Overlook In Training the Young- How do you figure it out?" covered by the insurance Makes Home Baking Easy versation The following program, Institute on Home Improvement "Yes. I believe she is. You soe. sters Two Workers and What They I hire out at mj rewas a guest at the dormitory and Intrqdncjtory watched the teachers was presented: Received. The pastoi f Presbyterian school mighty close. I do. Houest. by the president, Migs delighted both teachers and pupils marks whippin' sonic-to- church at Livingston wili meet hts The new teacher was dojng her beat dont think she missed MeCord, reading by Miss Adams, wjth bgr.ch, arming, personality and an' she averaged about at'lie ijttlp gch'qb'lhQiise at the forks two every day.through both terms ot usual appointment there Sunday. a day music by Miss McGiaw and Mrs helpful talks. Qf the rqafl. Bho had been at work for goin' some. This new Miller, and speeches by Rev Mr. aiorse aiso Here ror me three weeks and her spirits were school. That'sout to the school only a one has been For oai.k: 1 tract of land seven George Watson, Judge Bsthut'tira Partners Institute gave a strong drooping under the care of fifty boys little more than two weeks, an' she's (7) ncres on the East .side of R. different Delicious r chapel talk o;i ' The Growth of and girls that recited in eight worry of started out mighty strong Do yon R. in and Mr Furnish. Conway, Ky., good S room grades, to say nothing of the boys du averagin' were served. the Plant" The gtrli ot the class a smoky stove and a very uncomfort- know, she's I'm certain four just atwice she's So you see dwelling known as the Heath by their able building. m agriculture showed as good as the other one we had.'" property, built 00 modern style, The court house was filled to its intelligent answers to his questions LOCAL The old colonel at whose home the finishv tl in. ijood'style, with sumsaid to his wife a some idea regarding the economic capacity Wedntsday evening to that they weie taking advantage teacher- stayed had e Overcoat, at Half Price at Fish's. moments after he had met her: p0rtance of corn may be had by a mer kitchen; good well, good ham, hear the lectures of Dr. Lock, of their opportunity to become carries her head like she had blue jzation that In the United States it aud good garden; good store uouse daughter representing the Rockefeller InstiJohn' Robins and Utile in her veins.i No need of an over- - cee&s in acreage, yeld nntt value who.it. familiar with the subject. Mr. Mildred, weie up from Brodhead tute and Dr. Mark, the State check with her. Seems a pity she's f0atSt barjey, flax. rye. b.ucwheat ami Go x 24 ft. and other out buildings. Watson has charge of this class. goin' to have to worry with this- school potatoes' combined. pur Country, Unegood man cottage as good ' . . . Monday. Dr. Lock Sanitary Engineer. .j Miss Sadie Abernathy, of Pu- don't it?" as new, Vt' finished. About 15 j on the different don't fail 3.afWhatever you doRegular Flirt'-'-to apoko and the pj'eyenljqn' p laski. Tenn , teacher of both voice ' One evening when the little teacher: Las Thu.rs.day night at the youny lmit tress. 1 will sell tor , diseases, ee the p&y "A and piano, 'vho is highly recom rstless-ngg- s Lexington, Fifth 9trrt Baptis' S 5250, on easy term-- . A spleudxd jLame. but principally the Hook mended for. her eac ng ability iho froirtrfpy t tfoe tyffl thg at the Graced Spbool bujlding this 'ufj IntQqtioq V'the pbildrqq. Church every available. apace stand to sell g t For further worm, which has been found so has been , evening. gngaged, as, head of the filled - wa? and many were particulars add-es- s nrpunlpnt in Kentuckv. Dr Lock adtry r$ at- Conway I The on!y baking powsfar music department, j),nd is expected wouldI you like tq men some ftf the my tuy-neaway There were nine Ky.. or U S, Wy.vft, The Woman's Missionary Sc- who. tKw give the made front Royal Crapm vice in a here the lagt of the week. All biobded co.its. th.a ar? Mqg taught . Cream of Tartar at the evening service jet,f of the Presbyterian church actions Berea, Kv., for ilj mee$ on Thurhdav, February and is at erea conJugting a si; who expect to take music'should trotting OQU'tthe wee course?" d two at the morntng service Feb, .V3 mo KO ALUM 0 UME PHOSPHATE W. M Id. yes. RiV6u mean that 1 must begin. bold themselves in ' readiness to to wliip (yesterday, making 92 additions to 2otb, at y$o at the home of Mrs. weeks campaign at this timr the children, do you?" Xt begin lessons the first ot the. "Oh, dear, no! Very little of that date and the meetiug continues J. A. Landrum. is marvelous to know how many week. does any good either on the training h3C&3GgX& 50) nice people are affected with this little It is like with unabating interest The Wanted: Fifty Miss Wanzer has been called track or in the classroom. track, and diuance of baptism wus adminis-da- y We put the colt on the Country hams. Will pay 124 cts. parasite which is gradually sap- home by the illness of her m.ither O" 1 f JT"h A after day he goes over and over tered to tVentV candidates at the do ' per pound cash delivered at my ping their life away and they .' . It is hoped that she will be ao.e his lesson. He gains for some time in evening service. Today at 10 not realize whai or where the to return '"soon. 'Ww ti his work; then suddenly tore Mt, Vernon, Ky. . lose interest. Tflo 'wliip cannot give' o'clock Evangelist Doil Q. Smith it is everlastingly trouble W, A. McKenzie, Zelma Brown is back after &n hlra hack bis lost interest, so I tell my preached on "The, Terms of True &!fBZC2a& near deppj; too late. Tnrough the generosity absence due to illness. ' trainer to jog him along one of the At r;.JU mis even . "sctpieamp. of our fiscal Cour, whjcb q)ada the man not to trv to turnpikes. I Ky J Kate D(ebord accompanied by give him any tell jyayiE; J will be in Mt. V er: a small appropriation for tha g the subject will be "TheGreat speed or lessons 'a txs, nop eylexy Monday and pay the purpose, Dr. Lo'ck will come to Bertha Litton spent Sunday at sort, but jist let him, ao'a Mt of ne Salvation.''" The. meeting will country, aomo wagons and horses a,nd ,.. . -- (rt:t11ip Vt,'r jparkef price in cash for county this" county sometitne during the home. w J rT " autos passing, give him a change and,, COMPLETE LINE Leader. & Sajlie Stewgr.t wag, at h$me for a' ita&&$&& produce of aljL kindtf days we bring him, resf Jn; a few and he's better, "tha gtjramer of 1913 and condqet a MgCr,URg, W. $. yeek enjj. ft buck to the track, Hqqkwqrm caranaign In everv r Coffins, Caskets and Robes, oyer, anil his interest V b wurfe is MJb. yernon, &y. Mail, Telegraph or Telecommunity fcnrougljgut the county keen.". n his issqppegrs the '';Yo mean th,at I could waste Shirley where needed. IJr. Mark talke BEtfTON -T- ATEj--Mr. phone orders Promptly of H. C. foqes as a my timedu,'t running arpund over the coun- for Iniais and Children. ana 01 sanitation 'JPalte and Miss WiJHe Benton, ttje ajong the line Filled. candidate fop jailer, subje.t to the TIw Kind You Have Always Bqlii kgaufctful daaghtfr of Mrs. P. paved, the way for what we Vjelgvg rppubljparj primary August. J net Bentog, of Millersbug, were ill b,e $ better gleaner fysatybier parried at the home of the ?ijde an4 more sanitary cguujiy a a Round trip ticket- to Louisville Signature'of (Maflff&&&i; &3cC$aC$3Qe Que fljing tfiat r. Mark for 5.25 Feb. 16, 17, and iath. holds , whqle. Wednesday. Mr Tate good position wUb tlje CarrolJ spoke of in particujar was ttje imitgd reb, 2d. Recount Ken; Drug Co., of Moirisfowu, Tfnrj., sagitary tajjljs or rgcenticjes fop tucjjjv retl harovv.are and stpye ir T?ate ffiaterisls ?h4 ?very sad jsasplandid young map. extend, to fcUJs nappy aijd person of conjinbn ordiqary intei-geftc- e We The'Agt t&injdv. 1'A. Regular realijtes tlat he tnore ptendid young couple our very ' es,ented at $ 1 densely poptjlatfd a own oonftty FlptM Yt best wishes. Schqol Building this Ye Qraded gi gBmrnunfty bcoges, rflore wauguppjipppjpSpjpvpKSSfl A special from Stanford dafe4 fqipgrtant i tbis quesion,. tfledy 'by le ing. An With ihc LuSsl- - Improvements This Is the K 'BK Feb. 8, 1913 say: GroverC. Hays dwelt at lngtb of the importance hqtne algp.! Bw Highest; facility Wire Fencing &fcdct Bar None Hi a young farmer of Madison county with our sQbqpte, a4 before nA report received from Living-to- n THE UTTXJ:" SCflRftfUftUgg ax Iue forks expariments, de- - o make the best fence. Based, on. lootf-tim- e. ' and Mrs. Margaret F. Bigger notlier yeftr the s,ubjcc will be OF Tan DQJtb. yesterday is to the. effects TOprovements. have been made in cidfidj We now produce "Pittsburgh Brct" suff, of Clark county, wert married Uor0ugoiy discussed in every j that ijiviogstoii is sure to have a trv with mv nunils. do v6u? Why, the 'sbuVgh Perfect." AS MAQB TO-D- Y in our own furnaces and mills $?em the My IOC 01. xiaapu auici udic uy ,; This fflovetneqt hnnlr 1A lorQfi rural district. it is so far superior t? any other bre to the finished product. We know t . tuc SIIJCK people are paying me S50 & mJn'th '6r inthe Rev. Garland Singleton. IK ."l .1 ljill.Il I ' my work-''- wQifari ol the people ka8 aFea(Jy b6en sGbscVibed ,' as tp "place it in a clasjs, by itself is for the everything' is riht from start to finish. with .! Again--, 1 am, 'mad- - t$ understand. Young Hayes is a Rockcastlt uq hesejmprovrnents concern the qus-- i . i- -r en as R. L. Thomas, of things; laTjj5tfr0 o)d colonel. Sudf umt $nch These facts positively insure jrour in boy. He is a nephew of AUT ity; of vinr3,, construction and galvawing: aceasarv to get the best results. fch rivinrston r,,mh.;p'--f clouded.' aWhe'e'xelaimj (ja'tiis't'e 4crfree vital points, t,hat niust. be right vestment in "Pittsburgh Perfect" townsman J. F. Griffin and MX9, i dnPI shouldn't Vaugh. L1 ought; t6 erx. Mt. Vernon is the first town of Mr jAWj ,fldacJ. -- . .Learnei C V&aT ROM Guaranteed Modern Different Stylc3foFEI,FA:01.RArtCtI.LANVN. S. 0. iVanWin. rVfhen things are as.they are. Hjere.yop, , -Its size in mseHa outue ota,ie Mtlrqtfl 4Bo. tft!n2 RABSTT YARD and GARDEN C'klClfiN,, POULTRY A. Latdfum are Wuggllp with fifty childre' Tou, J. that are expecieu w siv vsw, uKf1. Ask you 5satr fbr "Phtcburgh Perfect" and Insist on his furm3hlhg It. Do not allow him to pcrsuad ttsejro years ago has bee teleJt j lXlft. for the great yoa that some other fence is jast S3 good, If he doesn't sell it, vrrite n direct. anaJ you, ure, r-- YranhiUT'at Kikin Kt.. .. . ,.- " t "PifeVmft Perfect" Brands of Bcrbed Wire: j .. Pr'rT nf yeaandHheS srhkd a Ion "moment, the frown, on, hfe iWufeed MPT BriihTcd&GoVoni.WTad wv3&&Smat6eiBm Mtss -- &u ku; ctu.u lble Wires Mara s;iidk the1 face darkening, then, said, hurr&dter ' iMlnstir1.tm1' Jr staple; rouitry rtenro jjcpijj., Lares Hcsd cjoi.iuij YMPJBBRR iii"- raim T morial i:Sch6ol" with the 'State i- way. A RegnJaR EMrt wilK'oTPPKiimr "cw "u Nik- - C.ivnniied Wire rJaibs yy m Co. Pittsburgh at'. Heaidliisl'br3 'Roo(ia Naib Smsle Loop Rale Tct; Pitts- GjrK- ;more thaB.a, t w . "' SIht. driylng that 'young trotting onder Jt &t0tiVy eiiteer 'r?i-, l SchoSl the .Sfii' hursh Perfect" Fencias. AU mzde c Ojen M& Pkbbsrgfa, Pa . 919 CJ for."every month in a HeutfcmateriaL nca oy y jwuwii Wb$B5Bl final suited in. this ovening Feb. iith; aJv horse $300 Tt' month ld storv over azain. f Fik xraar thf W miVLmi &t il f rs. Mark and mission .re. c aA ' , . ty &' We. fail to realise that the biggest and 1 SCHOOL. n - Mr. Will Merricks, a Rockcastle boy who is making good with the LANGDON MEMORIAL THE COLONEL bravrraiuTJuliraTrrer o? a cV.ul In mak lag. We fall to see anything but the dollars and cents that are close at hand." V prea-enta- 1 e 1 I y - im-fe- real-"Sh- Mm ex-blo- v h POWDER ,';;:;'", h. Absolutely Pure - or-thi- s: 3&lg$3C8 E38B UfMrA iti5L,L - uvvrto UNDERTAKER 1 t Brodhead 'ih te l - CASTOR A - 38dCXX!83C3C3C te y ttteiwiggia Fggecf Fence 1 up,-to-.d- I n-- - ... 1 . ct J I - t . r '1i y ms a WPr-n-- s. - -- 1- - -- .v' tmjh $& ' lBtfS i, z- 7. frUAtoeoW $. k' "'. 'Jftr f - - s ,''( i ritiss;! , M U r fifc s113ISr6r- l?5Zr Stcd 4 i p W.'