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VERNON, feiitt ft 21. 1913. p 'M Established 1887 unarming . & RQCKCASTLE COUNTY, KYv, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY NUMBER 21 , FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb urday and Sunday Oscar Ponder who has been very ick for some is some better. Rev. George Mrs! Thomas Argenbright has time Watson and Miss Ro.se McCord, rnfnrnorl frnni Ktnwilll. Xtfllpr-sliMt" We'e here Sa,u.r' has been,visiting relatives for the J LIVINGSTON. -i r ' if? nt 1 ,p f '. em?r' wlF t"i '.,? this neck of the woods are both-vaered 0ver the Wo,bh bill, now in in Mt. Vernon, Monday " '" uconi a .UW joaos Durham, of White Oak, was "'" tu uu hm-Tuesday enrouto to Loudon. iua,uvvl,r ""' " for bug juice. There was anoys- v ;. E uncie jumes munuuuy, wno nas tlle Wn Rink for some time remains r PPfer atnight, Masonic buildin interest of Sllnh hrtllltiflll '" i'1IUUJ' voru fpnhln. with good re- Bg5o8ifKw-jJy 9RvwP weather we 'uro having now. It lhf BaPgst church SEf bbbbIbbbbH suns. mrs. a. u. neiuuu uus re- : m, -, ia i eg ma i njjim nuiiuui uut ik- nfffllinhfr "Jr" " rCHPVSIdBBBBBBBBH FMlR4flBftflBYBYBYBYBYBYBYBl BByBSHGhIIbB Hazel Patch, where ' -foro this goes to print we triay turned from i. JMBbHbbbH i JBM "T ,v, jCaL JEbbbbbbbbbbbI she has bten visiting. Mrs. Nora smell the breath ol Greenlands icy u few BBiHkaHBBBaBnBHmBflBBBBBtwiBHBj 'wiIbHBHHBBBbB W. M. French, bet- Jenkins has been spending mountains. days at Paris and Louisville. PRICES GOOD MORE Mu,1,ns visited home BBRHSaHnaBHfi''TaBiBBBBBBBBBBH Wuco Texas. Friday.' for a lxlM-JohLflVaBBBaBaBaaB 'i "ffflTRBBBBTflTflBTETr ,TO8''v4ETBVBTBBBBTflTflTflTflTflTi ' XTXBBBKar' BBBBBHHBIHBBjnHMHRHMwir month's visit. James Maret. of folks at Mt Vomuii. Satuiday and We are determined that these BBvSlBBflMKuHBnciilBKNMBBBHBH aE&fflBBBBBBBBBa Absolutely the biggest cuts Mrs. Emma Frith, of Never Before Mt, Vtrnon, secretary and treas Sunday. BoSiHBDwlBBBm goods that we are offering HP bJbHbIbH in prices on Shoes, (Jlothing HHmfflraraHHAti urer of the Bastin Telephone Co.. Brodhead, ha8 been spending a will make us more popular Have Such and Hats ever offered. We a'Mstnricul writer on the staff of few dayhjwitb. her parents, Mr. u & than ever with our customhave cut and literally slashed ' Low Prices the Signul, whoso memory dates and Mrs. A. Pennington. Mrs. HHBbbbbbbH ers. Buy to day. Don't wait BBgjMmBBTBBBWBBflaMgBHBa prices to pieces. and BfllBBBHBBBIBBIBIBIBBIBR back to iho wanderings of Daniel George Painter, of Brodhead, till too late. Been Offered Mrs. J. J. Painter, of Lebanon Uoone through the forest of KenBBflHBTaRBBBnWaKBHBBBIHlSlBH BBBBkHbBIBBIBBIBBIBBBB tucky and guardian of Old dull, Junction, havo been visiting Mrs. TMlflTflVaMBBVflHBlHBBBVflSBBBBBlA BoVflrflVflBflBBTaWflVflVflVflVflVflVI Miss EthelHayse is Rice'. BTflTflBBTBWBBflBBTiBTsTBTflTBBBBaBBBJBWi flBBTflTflTflBBBBBBBBBBTBBBTBBBBJflB an apostles of good roads and who C. E. ' BBflBflBflBBBBBrBBB9BBBflBH BBBflBrflBHBBBflBflBBfl4 visiting relatives in Brodhead. is a hustler ail round, was here is attending school between trains Friday, enroute Earl Rice, who About 200 SUITS at at Williamsburg, was with home ' bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbIb bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI home from the Southern National B. Hajse has about one-ha-lf price Highway Convention, at Ashville, folks Sunday. J. Best Standard Calico 4c yd Liv- been on (he sick list for a few N.C. By Saturday night, Sale price days. H. E. Spinks will move his Suits ingston, will be the possessor of Best Dress Ginghams S. F. 8c yd family to South Louisville iu a the best and finest coal bins on Sale price Suits, few days, us he has a position as to the offico any rail read. They are eighty All $1 Dress. Goods In 7lcing myself bclote the people for 75c yd ton the main lirie. John Sale price Suits, subject to the action of the Republican primary sjx feet from the foundation to the fireman of County Court Oleik Prewit, of High Clrff, Tenn., wqs. 50c yd in August, I vish to ?ay that as an officer I .have tried my very top of the tower. Jt seems that Sale price $6.00 All 75c Suits, her Sunday. He p,npe lived near to serve the people faithfully, and to fulfill every pledge and tho Commercial Club of this place best All 50c 38c yd rn Sale price $5:00 to tho $10 Suits, I feel that 1 am means bnslnoBs. It is almost Per- Mt. Vernon, obligation made to the people before election. wife of R, p, Stidaro, a fine boy. than tain that a bank will be erected All 25c Sale price 19c yd fetter qualified and more able to serve the people if $ 9 Suits, of this month -- Mr. I do not promise to try hero. Tho graded school is euro on the fourth J have been during this administration. -- Job l Mrs. Cottonglm and children Some Lot Suits SILKS as low as. 25c yd harder or to treat the people with more courtesy but the fact' and there Is strctalk of a rail have returned frotnu visit torela- I road hero The members of the that 1 have four years of experience makes me better qualified. Mr. and Mrs. tives in Cincinnati. and 4 4 promised the people 1 would keep n sober, clean office, the people Club will not leave a stone unBill Baker, of Mt. Vernon, visiI invite von when turned and tboy meanbusiness. who have been iu my office are my Judges. all kinds of Furnishings cut th price at -- 4th price ted Mr. aDd Mrs. P. M. Deps, you are in town to come in the office and See jf J. Jave been living Gaslights are talked of and everyMr.antLjblriT-rE- ; Jf to the bone . thing points to a big day for Sunday. to my obligations. XrfJmondsra&d- - little daughter, considering my candidacy give mc credit for what' I dfiservp, Jjvingston. Miss Ella Mae,Blan' In make your unci niifitakos as for1 feme alter a EhVabeth, are spending a few days 5f I Aifiervu anything oveilook niv short coming Hats to close at 50 cents, 75c, Trade with us I pledge myself if nonilned.and- - two week's visit wit)) relatives in with relatives iu Paris,, Term subject to mistakes. i we are 'U dollars do double duty 90cts and $1. "SPhOrviee. lecteri to continue' to cive the people the ..same-kiMp. ajid. Mes;. Jprry. Sam$. oi Louisville Ifn Par.ksvilUap-C- . C, Thanking vu for nieJavoMjsu&wn me m rue past, i ijpk to luo) ?apb, visited. Mr. and Mrs. Ctomor, of the Soaggs Creek sec-'retfAaln Warren, of fhis plage, Sunday. GROCERIES PRICES S. F. Bowman, ( tion, has rentod J. M, Foures Miss Lotha Mullins, of Mt. Verstore house and put in a stock of SUGAR 5 cents a pound goods Dr. W. F. Amyx hns re- non, has been visiting Miss O D Luclnda Hellard,.of this place. from Cinciunali. turned FOR FLETCHER'S FOR FLETCHER' Coffee and Flour- - very low prices Lard Meat Bryant was with home folics Sat; S E. Hellard aud J. T. Elliott are s nist week.-- Mrs. John1 Mn!lln8,uYn Yer" f 2 isvorysick.-J.P.E.Drumu- iond T. I B"t e THE LAST CALL OF TH - I DRffiiin i' L . ii-v,- .:i, ..,.,.. I.- . w' BIG CLEARANCE SALE FOR - TWO WEEKS n , M-sBpyBMniHBfc' NHHnnHHk HHIbbIbIH AhHbbbbbH -B- SAVE 30 to 50 per cent MEN'S Dry Goods " BOWMAN $J8 $J6 $J5 $J2 $950 $875 $750 $450 1-- , Ky,--Bo- " $275 1-- J 20 Overcoats l-4- SHIRTS, NECKWEAR ,. HATS HATS HATS nd . Children Cry CASTORIA fa(lia 5 Children Cry CASTO Rl A J 5 BEST ON GRANULATED ABSOLUTELY A : e.. i J ?i uSa9aBeaeeaaaaaeQ8tiBBaaasaaBBauBeea8Bi!aaf I i:UJ t : : : : : : : t :: ' t : -?, : . i; ; ; : i t ? ii it it J !. aasecsSB ? iaea i : : : : : ! 1 s -- S 1 1 ? J ? f ? ? ? : t ? : : : : ? . ::1 sat. ...... A ANNOUNCEMENT t.f.i.tf.rf.f,.f,f.(t!ifftilfClttSt ............ ...III! -- .'Mil !ir tta I American Fence 2 Car Hardware I Hardware 1 Car Load Stone-WarI 1 e FURNITURE 3 Car Loads FURNITURE Loads Am. Fence Hardware Kind of Stone-War- e 1:1112 11122X2 2'.! The Right Kind of Goods at the Right Price? !JII.- - 55555a5aaSSeeeeeaateaaaaaaaaaaaBaa9aaaaaaoeeea8oaaaaaeaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiaaa iaaaaaet(tt Good SM0ES for LESS U-- b Money E wish to announce that we have part of our pnng Clothing ), v fKffJWMJfWW IrbhSSbbHbi ' erecting a large furniture room attended the play at Mt. Vornon for J. A. Oliver. W. G. Niceley, on Friday evening ot last weok. Mrs. Ellon Mahaffey is with tho hotel and restaurant man, of this place, was in London, Tties her sister, Mrs. Robert Hamin, day Miss Ella Mae Blanford Is near Ottawa, at this writing, sh 0 visiting relatives In Lafolotte, has been with Mis. I. R. Storm for tho past two months. Miss Tenn. (J)yde Watson has been quito sick this week, but is better at B110U1IKAD. this writing.- - Charlio Lyons was Cashier aud Mrs. A. M. Hiatt up from Junction City Wednes-wer- e the guests of Mr. and Mrs. day. John Sigmon is visiting in R.L.Smith Tuesday. Mr. and Corbin this week. Miss Miranda entortained H. L. Tharp and family wore up Tato delightfully Junction City tho first of twenty of her friends at a fudge from tho week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe party Monday evening in honor Carter havo returned home after. of Miss Ethel Hayes. Jones and visiting relatives at Shelby ville Jesse Fish were down from Mt. and Owenton for tHo past month. Vernon calling Sunday. Sarah Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hiutt visit- Ellen, tho littlo daughtor of Mr. ed relatives at Quail tho latter and Mrs. W. A. Tyree, died at part of last weok, Miss Ella their homo in Birmingham, Ala. Cayson was down from Mt. Ver- and was brought here Tuesday non and spent a fow days with for burial. Mr. and Mrs. Walter her parents, Mr, and Mrs. W, A. Roberts, of Maywood, were in MT. VERNON GRADED SCHOOL. The pupils were glad to lin-- e our new music teacher, MissAbi with us this week. Th :y were much pleased with her fr st lesson. She also gives piano s sons to a class of our pupils in cur chapel. Our class in domestic science is starting off with much interest. Both boys and girls are taking this. Many pupils wero refused entrarce because of overcrowded classes. We have just finished the study of the Book of Moses in chapel. A. prize of fifty cents was offered each room forthe best composition from that room ou the Life of Mose.s. The winners ara as follows : Primary departmetn, FaeVc-Clur1 E now ready for inspection Never before have we had such an array of beautiful patterns in all colors and styles, including lots of handsome Norfolks in Tans; Grays and Blue Serges You will see here one of the biggest and best lines of Men's and Boys' Clothing ever shown in Mt Vernon HERE'S Insist tbbji on ' THE GUARANTEE; getting it; you'll be safe, . IBBM HHftl, L.J.f&WllKtK'JrZS ra e. Ml CrBVPt,AMP,OI1IQ ; We Pay Parcel Post on all Mail Orders' 1 LOW PRICES ON SuLtton &, McBee HIGH-CLAS- Walk-Ove- r and Beacon w Cut for jjSpring S CLOTHING, SHOES AND DRY GOODS Intermediate department, Alice Bradley. Grammar department, Pearl Anglin. Carious, she was accompanied town this week. C. C. Howell High school dppartmeut, James by Miss Francos Forbes. Miss has accepted a position at Pino Thompsou. ' Ethol Hayos is the attractive Hill as clerk in tho commissary guest of Miss Miranda Tate of Tho Ky., Portland Cement DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVEI-this week, Mr, and Mrs. F. L. 'and Coal Co. Lum is a hustler Smoothes irritated throat id Durham and littlo son, Austin and tho Company is lucky in lungs, stops chronic and hacki ig' Sparks, of Mt Vernon, woro securing his services. -- Waltor cough, relieves tickling thro.it, Saturday and Robins made his usual call to Mt. tastes nice. Take no other; on :e With bomefolks Buy it at Vornon Sunday. Bane Cnrson used, always used. sunaay. relumed to Tellico Pi ilus, Tonn.. Chas. 6. Davis'. Mr. and Mrs. Joo Carter Misses the flrHl0ftho week. Nothing Doing at Af. Minnio Gentry, Clyde Watson HokuB "So alio didn't return your .md Gertrude Martin and Bane love, qUf" I'okuB "Return rny lovot Carson, Waiter Robins, Henry Whyr ' didn't oveu return my Dres .CHER'S ontsk! " Totlcn, .. rson and Everett Watson oA., ,.-,iv . "T IhiMrsn Cry VBBBBBBBB. X? 5. ilT CA bR a ,n. 'sA , r " ; y- - v ." m into the wilderness Kentucky, btlilt, which would he Of such BOOSTING TEIK BOONE WAV first confer vast benefits upon hundreds benefit to Kentucky. Tennessse. president of the Southern National of thousands of people along its Virginia and North Carolina. If Friday, Fob. 21, 1913 CW. P. Walton ; Highway Association, was re- line, and those living to the north properly presented, I believe In the Lexington Herald. elected at this meeting as was the and southeast of us who would Congress will act promptly in Pub lis fad every Friday by first secretary and treasurer. A use this "connecting link'1 in furnishing aid." The Mt. Vernon Coinmeicia! EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. vice president was elected tor each ipass'ng between the north and Tne Governor has snta person- Club has resolved itself into u of the 14 States James Muret .southeastern portions of our al letter to the seven Governors Boone Way Booster Band" for $1.00 secretary of Boone Way Booster .country. The time is near at hand of our bordering UBSCRIPTION ONtt YKAR states, requesting the purpose of pushing through Band No. 1, at Mt. Vernon, Ivy , when the psople will ask tu;m to use their good offices in Congress a bill to appropriate a made vice president from gress to switch-a- t least a portion furthering the movement of "On sufficient amount to construct a Advtrtising rates made known on Kentucky with power to appoin t of the appropriated millions from to Cumberland Gap " national highway from Cumberapplication a State organizer. Mr. Maretharbor improvements, lock and Boone Way would prove the land Gap to Crab Orchard, a has requejted Jackson Morris, a darning rivers, etc., to the pur- greatest and most generally used distance of ninety-eigh- t miles JIKMBBR OF of Pineville, pose of highway construction. automobile route between the over Boone's trail, or the old PRIWS ASSOCIATION live wire road man, KENTUCKY to accept the position. During the past three or four north and southeast. Wilderness Way. It has already Mr. Maret, who carried Gov. years a mai ked advance in that The only possible drawback to secured the promise of aid from McCreary's commission designa- direction has developed in public its establishment, that ve have Senaiqr-elec- t James, Congressting him a delegate from Ken sentiment. As a matter of justice heard mentioned was voiced by men Harvey Helm. J. C. Cantrill tucky to the Ashville meeting was we see no reason why all govern "Jar Head" Thompson together nn old and Swagar Sherley, not idle in pushing the cause of ment appropriations for travel Rockcastle County resident, when with the speaker of the House, Boone Way at the convention, routes should go to the waterways he remarked that he feared many Champ Clark. Governor McAXXOUXCKJIKNTS. lie got the promise of the support and nothing to the highways. It good corn crops would fail to Creary endorses the movement JAILER of California, New Mexico, Arizona does seem that the land lubber is materialize on account of the and says be is residy to do everyWc Are Authorlred to Announce Tennessee, Virginia, North Caro- entitled to some of the benefits tillers of the soil along the routi thing proper and, Tight to have the FRANK llAItnn for A.ncndlJftt tuo Jnllci of IJockcastlo August lina and other Southern States, from appropriations made JJUrty iUPUulioan with a putting in their time roosting on important highway built, which tba ucllon of Primal r, 1D13. when our bill is up belore Con munificent hand by the Govern fences, viewing the procession of .will not only beautify Kentucky, We Are Authorized to Announce IIAHHY J0NE9 gress for action. ment. The burdens and benefits innumerable passing automobiles. but Tennessee, Virginia and North Jailer of nockcaetlo aulJ:ct to Aeacandldata forHopdbllcan party. Aucunt l'rl- the action of the Congressman Warburton. the have not been equalised between The Booster Band The Mt. Vernon Commercial Carolina mary, 1913, father of the National Highwas tho people, For Instance, issues a weekly booklet, through Club, and all those of Kentucky, siirmrr. Wo Aro Authorized to Announce bill, told Mr. Mnret he would of Kentucky revenues was earnestly requests the endorsement the courtosy of the Mt. Vkknon, CAM MULLINS last year towards paying the of The Southern National High- Signal setting forth the advantAa t candidate for Stacrllt of nockcaitle eubjoct to gladly assist In every way to punb used theactioa of tucIRepubllcau party. Auiut nmry, 1913. Boone v"ay Interests and advised municipal expenses of the city of ways Association, by suitable ages from the building of the road COUNTY COUUT CIIJC our delegate to have Mr. Helm Washington; for schools, streets, resolutions at this meeting, of the and urging everybody to get We at e authorized to announce B BOWMAN introduce our road bill as an sewers, watermains, police, im- Boone Way movement. behind the project and commercial Court Aa a candidate for 10 election as County action amendment to his general bill on provements and repairs, salaries (The delegates heartily endorsed clubs to organize Boone Wa HorliolIlocK astlo countr. aublcct to the of the Btiaibllcan party. August primary ioit Hon. Warburton aud health, interest on sinking the proposition.) the subject. Booster Bands. Congressmen, naask the further volunteered to confer with fund, ligh injr, fire depirtment, tives of Kentucky aud represent- Tub Sionai- - didn't to bojcot Hon. Harvey Helm, upon his re etc. If this sum should be di 111c other constituencies, Louisville merchants win ue AGENTS WANTED aud Tennessee as stated by a Post turn to Washington, and arrange verted to Boone Way for three appealed to and the Post i8tl) and we for working together oa the years, the work of construction Agents wanted to take sub- Virginia will be rganized us it is of Feb. editorial Tin: Hon, Warbur- could bo done and paid lor. scriptions for the Atlanta, Ga., proposed that Kentucky shall be. take the Posts advice to "put said proposition. , ValuConstitution. Editorial in our pipe and smoke ton was impressed with the move- Tennessee, Virginia, North It is a great prospect and we ftnd all the other states pay able premiums for subscribers, earnestly trust it will be carried it" until our next issue when ment of the projected link. "On s there will be some smoke and a to Cumberland Gap'', and believo their proportion of these yearly liberal commissions and cash to succe slui coisumition. e considerable blaze in addition in that its historical and donations for the support of the prizes for agents. You can make could not appropriate the money fast in any small town or country's money for a better object our reply. It will bo mighty hot interests will go far toward se- Washington City municipality. Tho sjstem of campaign adopted along any Rural Route. Some or one that w 11 pay so handsomely stuff from the Mountains that the curing the much desired appro many days to priation for its construction. The by the "Boone Way Boosters agents make a good living. Others in the dovelepement of a rich Post wiil remember delegates heartily approved the Band" reaches out to all states make 15 00 or $20.00 a month territory, which is seeking outlet come. A num- where Kentuckians are fouud, to on the side, soliciting subscriptions to the commercial Boone Way movement. world, and ber of ' delegates remained over whom literature on the project Address for particulars: whose people are not themselves (Jas. Maret) a day after the meeting and ac is furnished, Constitution, Atlanta, able to expend the money necessary. advising and reAt Ashville, North Carolina in cepted the hospitality of the Board questing them to get into com- Ga. Former editor James Maret" is the territory of good roads and ... of Trade of Ashville, An autor munication with tho Congressmen secretary of the Boone way the "Land of the sky" was held on Booster Band, with office at Mt. Feb. 12 and i3th., a most im- mobile trip over the roads in and of their adopted state and get H. city of them interested in our move. around that bustling Vernon, and those who feel interportant convention, and one that ested can write to him there Jor will prove more far reaching in 23.000 population in the "Land of Kentuckians are hustleis wherever fui titer information. any gathering that the sky", to Baltimore and away found. Our Band also gets its VElttJON, KY. its results than M. ' in 3 ears. It was over the mountains by splendid literature to all native Kentuckians has taken place Baker Building, Up Stairs. Some. the meeting of the Southern Na- turnpikes requites a more facile who are now Representatives in Rooms recently occupied by Prg. Some men talk In their sloop & HnrrU. tional Highway Association which pen thnn yours truly to adequately Congress if 10m other states, as that l the only cbanco they cot. well as to Governors, Judges, and t convened on the invitation of describe. More later. on down to Justices of tho Peace, Governor Craig of the "Tar Heel" constables, and private citizens, BOONE WAY. state. The States of California, native Kentuckians now living in Arizona and New Mexico organ"On to Cumukrland Gap" other states. All are appealed to ized this Association in igi2 and a paper by James Marrt, Mt. as true Kentuckians and located a tentative route for a Vernon, Kentucky, Read at to remember tho place requested Highof their National the Meeting of the Southnativity aud to work for Boone Diego California way trom San 3ZXSfl3 ern National HighWay. Our various Kentucky through Arizona to El Paso,' ways Association, thence via liaswell, New Mexico At Ashville, N. C, Feb. 12, 1913. Clubs, working along these lines, for good labor prices are reaching hundreds, most of to a point eighty miles East therewhom are becoming enthusiastic of to the stato line of New Steady "Booue Way" is the name sug- Boosters, Our Band appeals to Mexico and Texas. It was left to gested for a proposed national North Carolina and Ashevltle in the meeting nt Ashville to locate Cumparticular, to organize and work the remainder of the route ou to highway to be built between berland Gap and Crab Orchard, atte- - these plans of course get Governor Craig's Washington. covered 14 States. Ky., a distance of 98 miles. The the endorsement and co operation invitation When the voting was reached originators of the present move- of the Congressmen of your State there were two routes before the ment (members of Mt. Vernon, in the meantime. The inter-stat- e convention warmly advocated by Commercial Club and the "Boone interests connected with the pro PORTLAND CEMENT KENTUCKY the partisans of each. There was Way Booster Band" of Mt. Vernon posed highway is our reason for the Southern route from Washing- Ky , ) will bavo Representative asking these state's active aid and Kensupport. ton via Richmond, Raleigh, Colum Harvey Holm, of the Eighth tucky District, introduce a hill et Our people are enthusiastic and bia, Atlanta, Montgomery, JackCOAL Congress in hopeful of Hecuring what we . son ete. The other route is known the extra session of We have as the South Central route, and April, asking for an appropriation started out after. adopted, as follows: of a sufficient amount of funds to many strong and flattering enthe. one Washington to Richmond, thence pay for the construction of the dorsements from Congressmen, Ashville, proposed highway. Any objection Governors, Judges and many leadto Durham, Raleigh, by Congiessmen not ing and influential men. Hon. Memphis, Little Rock, offered Knoxville, moveChamp Clark, Speaker of the house Dallas, Ft. Worth on directly interested in the Texarkamt, the New Mexico, line at the above ment it is thought may bo over in writing to the Presidant of our mentioned point eighty miles come, on account of the historic Boone way Booster Uana No. i, This route was and interstate features of the at Mt Vernon, says "I have your east of Roswell. the result of Kuntuckys deciding undertaking it properly presented. letter of the tst instant and will fir The route over which Boone be glad to confer with Mr. Helm vote. This is the highway to he be constructed follows (Representative, Eighth Kentucky . fit ER I Will the first National Transcontiuenttd Way would the "trail" over which that District) about the bill, and I can road built with Government funds. You who are suBertnir the tortures ot Eczema, Itch, Salt Kbeum or other frontiersman assure yon now that I look upon Ida diseases you whose days aro miserable, whoso nights are mado sleepThe manner of raising the revenu e famous and venerated less by tbt terrible Itching, burnlnz pains, let me send you a trial of a J. C Hutxtll. R. r healing treatment which has cured hundreds, which I believe will cure the great Daniel Boone, come, the matter with a very favorable for the proposed road fund looks any ODiigation on your part. postage paid, , I Jou. Oil will send It free, and mall it witnout or write me, giving your name, ago ana address aud eye." me, the "dark the coupon below Senator-elec- t Ollie M. I will send the treatment free of cost toto easy and will be, if the plan of after entering you. ground" at Cumberland James, of Kentucky, says: "E AND MAIL TO DAY" the organizations carry. It is as bloody fMaiaa with J. O. HUTZELL, 123 West Main St., Fort Woyno, Ind. is proposed to restore Gap, (which was made famous stiall bo glad to follows: It Please send without cost or obligation to mo your Free Proof Treatment. the tax on tobacco to three fourths during the war between the Congressman Helm, Cantrill and over what is generally Sherley, and others, in the matter Name Age. of its original figure where it stood States")and Old Wilderness you write about. ' Hon. A. O.' Post Offlce before any of the three reductions known as the But why it was called Stanley, of Kentucky says: "I made therson by Congress to do Turnpike. Street and Ho., a "turnpike" is beyond our ken, have boon, and am, in favor of Stale away with the accumulating suras there probably vfls never a half the building of good roads, and instead plus on three occasions, of reducing the tai riff on clothing mile of macadam put on the bejieve that the Federal Governhigh- ment should, in so far as it has a and the necessaries of life. It is whole route. The proposed way would, if the plans of those constitutional warrant, aid In evory claimed by Congressman Warbur who has back of it carry, start out from way in this laudable cause". ton, of Washington, bill looking to Middlesborc; there being already Hon. J. C. Cantrill, 7th Kentucky iatelv introduced a 1 the construction of twenty thous- built one of the finest highways District, writes: "You can count Cumou me to stand by you in this and miles of trunk line highways south of the Ohio between Tho Cumberland Gap throughout the country, that this berland Gap and Middlesboro; project. road will be of great mutual raise of tobacco tax will thonce through Pineville, proposed Corbtn, London, Liv benfit to the mountains aud the bring into the National treasury Pine Hill, Mt. Vernon, blue grass sections". Gov. Jas. sixty million dollars yearly and ingston, COMPLETE LINE Kentucky, of that within five years the so,ooo Brodhead, to Crab Orchard, where B. McCreary, can be made with advises: "I am very decidedly connection miles can be paid for. CongressCoffins, Caskets and Robes, system of turn- with you in your efforts to secure man Warburton was present at Kentucky's fine Mail, Telegraph' or Tele(this Ashville meeting with maps, pikes. a highway between the Ohio Rlyor phone orders Promptly "Boone Way" would, in addition through southeastern Kentucky, rtlans, etc., relative to this great Filled. Proposition which Were heartily to being an enduring monument to Tenneesee. Virginia and North by the convention. to that intrepid frontiersman who Carolina, andu am ready tldo anyindorsed ! of Call- - left the Yadkin Valley in North thing that is') proper pnej to nncrressman Carolina and made a "trail" fur have this JimportwflBflflwav and attended tile meeting. Dell MT. VERNON SIGNAL1 Potter, of Clifton, Arizona, M. ti (,; r. m o 1, Con-wa- s iirn fMffl l J!hhJ t . Wld u stilt Tor Infants and Cliildron. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of 0 Jf 7 ,, i .ALCOHOL 3 PP.11 np.T i ' AgclaMePrcparallonrorAs-simllaiingthcIMan-Rcdut- ling (lie Stomachs aMBowasor IjLMirnTO lAsa. (f I l mi Promotes Di jc9ttonkcrful- nn ;inrl Pucf rnnMlneiwIllur bpiuniilorphiiic nor5uerl HOrflAKCUTlC. linciAia JlxJttlMH' JhtirlttWs-AastS- ra" tti Jjituhnn.tliJi )timSerJ- CIcnM Sim- - In Pai .Tntflftfr A .. JL cMiiCh.m.i.li nHrrhnn Hun.ouiu iuiuuMi.u" Worras,tonvmsunist:HUMr .Y.f rfnmnrttr fXT Aa Use For Over 154,-30- ncs3 aiuiLQSs racSimilc Signature of oroiK 1T1- ' rait CH v TllE ? S" rXV-L!!.- rT' mu Centauk CompaW, JNtW IUHIV rwT n Thirty Years Iffi.&mrantccdunUcrtlictoo ift? Exact Copy bLwiilB of Wrapper. CASTORIA TH(CtNTUH COMPANY. KCW OKR CITT. Caro-lini- Tri-Week- Con-gie.- 1 inter-Stat- New Line of i Tri-Wbb:i.- y Dry Goods I JUST RECEIVED We have the best of Goods and our prices right Call and see us . I R. CONOVER Dentist i Hut-Hol- , Y LABORERS S WANTED Trans-Continent- JOE IMOE West Main Street MT. VERNON, KY. Banking Highest paid work BIG CREW WANTED AT ONCE TIE deals "i" V DL PINE HILL, KY. ECZEMA iwJt fllff CAN BE CURED Prove to You Free sooth-lug, UT "Just in proportion to its progressiveness, its prudence, its enterprise, its libernlilv within conservative bounds, is tho bank n blessing to the people it serves. This bank constantly endeavors to meet these requirements. THE PEOPLES BANK U. G. BAKER, I'reaidotit. - ' ', if n ' jiV i J,IE. DKUMMOND, Vice.-Pre- s. l'.L.THOMl'SONJr., Cashier. , CLAUDK C COX.Ass't. Cnsh 4 1 f I JONAS McKENZIE GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER SELZ SHOES THE A -- ; ' Brodhead "ROYAL BLUE" I H Ky F you need a good pair of shoes it i'J ,is to your interest to examine ' the Peters line before you buy, JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON1, KY. jBngressman H.. I &tt3$ x8e$acB3c3e i'gg " y'PK''? fyHirr MMmMNKM ML VERNON .SIGNALf Mt. Vernon, Ky., Feb. 21, 1913 'rrr -- 4 A ' ' '; v 'i M Wanted. Every man and young Steve Ramsev sold the lot on adjoining in this and W. A. & C. C. Cox have articl s man which his house was burned a few for 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25 cts. wh h counties to see our spring dis nights sinco to Frauk Wilson, play of fine Spring woolens in who will build in the near future.jj you will pay twice the amount lor the pieco at our store next Wedelsewhere. When in town visit nesday aud Thursday, Feh. 26th. SA1.BSMKN Wantbd to look looitviuc Naihvillc h. R. Co. We can save you bur store. after our interest in Roctccastle money on every article which you land 27th. Come .in and see and adjacent counties. Salary or will expect to fine in a "what's what" for spring and TIM TABLE. 5 and 10 summerwear. J. Fish & Son. 22 nortn 4.50 p'tn Commission. Address The Har- els. store. W. A & C. 0. Cox. vey Oil Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 24 nortu ' MiUor & Beazley's big horse sale, The chappel of the Gradqd .wiata '.3 south . W. Baker has purchased the March 0 and 7. 11:38 a rol We trust our school building was filled to its 21 ctouth 12:19 am stock bf goods of C. B. McKeuzie f rraers will take those two days 'capacity last Friday evening to JAS. Landrum, Agent. on Richmond street. Mr. Baker ofi and come to the sale. Just such witness the play, A Regular Flirt" 1 has spent too many years in the enterprises is what we need and un- - which is pronounced by all, to be Phone No. 8. 'goods business to be out very til onr farmers become interested the best thing of the kind ever Entered At the Mt Vernon, Ky. Poatoffice lone, we cannot hope to obtain the re ults given in the town. So decidedly ti. .. iu wall mailer. Watch ucst was the success, that the same play The adjuster was bere Wednes- we should have. week's paper for full particulars of will be given agaia.this evening in day to make settlement with PERGONAL Swmwu?i cement the same loooi. If outdid not ludco D. P. Bethurum for his tho sale. Little Katherine Welch has uarn wi,jc, burued three weeks see the play last Friday, evening Articles of incorporation of the" be pneumonia. sure and go tonight. 'inn. ie lonit'Onnuai diiiay tif tiytcaw The was $1500 insurance Uockcastle ago. There Railroad Co., were price of admission will be 10 and Walter Robins was a caller in bn barn and contents. filed with the County Clerk here ana iSumnet Mining 4, 20 cts. Reserved seats 25 cts. town Sunday. A meeting of the mothers of the a few days ago. Bond Bros., of O Misses Daisy and Julia T. Fish children of tho primary grades of Ualtimore ure behind the move BE A BOOSTEft. ooe Jat'ortti& oomdanu 'tC were in Wildie Wednesday. the public school and of the kin- and the proposed railroad is a W. A. B. Davis was in Pine Hill dergarten and primary ot Langdon thirty mile line to bo built from By Hombr Clark Biwnbtt, M. mcima. n few days this wtelr on business. Memorial 'will be' held on Thurs- Livingstonjto McKee Jackson Co., D., Lima. Ohio. which will open a 30000 acre tract Oscar Waliin was up from Pine day afternoon, Feb. 29. ail ce civen a caf ctafiutmen on Ilil' with his family Tuesday and The adjuster for the Henry of fine timber land owned by the Do you know there's lotso' people, Wednesday. Clay Fire Insurance Co., was here Bond's. The road will unquestionFEBRUARY 26 and 27 Sittin' 'round in every town, Jack Lewis has returned after Tuesday to make settlement with ably be built sorrietime during Growlin' like a broody chicken, spending two years in Grand James Wtnsted on his residence the year 1913. Knookin every good thing down? Uao tit one ef youn iMtive wipapemcni. Junction Colo. . which burned about one month Don't you be that kind o' cattle, LANGDON MEMORIAL of Rich- ago, He had $400 insurance. Mrs. Gilbert Mayes, Tin ant ttjae fjour dcccion ana ce meajurca. Cause they ain't no use on earth. SCHOOL. mond, was the guest of Mis. Hugh The seven wouders of Modern You just be a booster rooster, Miller first of the week. V an erfieri. times: Crow an' boost for all you're Miss Sadie Abernathv, of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Durham (i)the wireless telegraph; (2) Pulaski, Tenn., arrived fcaturday worth. Orders taken for immediate or future delivery and little son, were in Brodhead the telephone; (3) the aeroplane; tatake charge of the music at If your town needs boostin', boost woolens will be shown in full lengths' (4) radium; (5) antiseptics and Langdon Memorial School. Among from Saturday until Monday. 'er. Mattie Butner, of Pine antitoxin?; (6) spectum analysis; Miss Abernathy's recommendaMiss Don't hold back an' wait to see tions are the lollowing: RAY GOSIGER W. R. If some other felle; s willin'. Salesman in Charge Hill, was the guest of Miss Bessie (7) the P,oynter a Jew days Inst week. Miller buildiug is about Harrison, Pres of the Alabama The Sail right in, this country's flee k We are glad to report Mr. T. ready to turn over and it certainly Teachers Association of sUnion No one's got a mortgage on it. LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE FISH B. Lair who has had such a severe is a beauty. 0. C. Davis will Springs A'a., says of Miss Aber- - It's just yours as much as his, case of pneumonia, rapidly im move his drug store to that build- hathy, "She has served as Piano If your town is shy on' boosters, ing next Tuesday and Mr. Miller teacher in our school for tho past ..You get in the boostiii' Biz. proving. M two years. I take pleasure in C. 0. Cox was in Louisville expects to move to his new quarters recommending her as a lad)', and If things don't just seem to suit 1 yesterday buying more goods for by March 1st. you as a teacher. So satisfactory has and i0 cts. store of W. A. A: the 5 Those who failed to see tho An' the world seems kinder been her work with us, that she ', C. 0. Cox play at the Graded School build- was wrong, offered the place for another Pongo, ing last Friday evening will be Dr. Walker Owens, of year." Barney Thompson, Presi- What's the matter with a hbpstin' Just to help the thing along: informs us that he will be located given another opportunity this dent of Tuscaloosa College) and LEASir'XLgtjg Building about evening. Your last chance to see 'Cause if things should stop a in the Miller Conservatory of music, Tuscagoin' March 1st. the best play that has ever been loosa, Ala., in writing of Miss THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES We'd be in sorry plight., given in town by local talent. Miss Gertrude Martin, of BrodAbernathy who taught both piano head, was the guest of hor cousin A ROgular Flirt, presented" at and voice in the college, states: You just keep that hornablowin' Boost 'er up with all your might. McKeuzie, Friday tho Graded School building last "I will say without any sort of Mrs. Virginia and Saturday. Friday evejing was such a docided hesitation that I have never had If you see some feller tryjn' For to make some project go, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt, and hit and the demand so universal a teacher who gave better satis BBKDi &32&3Z31 Miss Minnie Gentry, of Brodhead ior the reproduction of tho plav, faction". Emil Lieblimy. of You can boost it up a trifle, E that it has been decided to pre- Chicago, under whom she studied were guests of Mr. and Mrs. That's your cue to . let him Richard Payne, aged 12, a son For Sale: A houso and loi Round trip ticket to Atlanta for know R. Gentry Saturday and Sunday, sent the same play again this piano says: "I am pleased to of Johnny Payne, a good citizen near the Mt. Vernon Fairgrounds. $10.25 May 12, 13, 14, a, I9 20 K. J. McKinney is very sick evening in the same building. recommend ner service as teacher That you're no't agoin to Knock' it' of tho Pine Hill vicinity, was Or will exchange for live stock. limit June ioth 1913 account of ll ust because it am t your kicked by a horse Tuesday and with pneumonia and his little step- The price oi admission will be 10 of the Piano. She is a performer Edgar Mullins, General Assemblies Presbyterian "shout" , son, Charlie Heudrickson, is in a and 20 cts , reserved seats 25 cts of advanced merit and familiar Mt. Vernon, Ky. was taken to Stanford yesterday Feb.. 14 at. churches. very critical condition with a heart to have his right eye removed as Sutton & McBee have bought. witu modern .methods ot instruct- - But you're going to boost'a little 'Cause he's got "the best thing a result of the accident. ion. affliction. Dr the property of Mrs. J. W. out. We bespeak for Miss Abernathv Chesnut,' of this city accompanied and Mrs. Vauwinkle has MissLavina McGraw, of Jet. the boy and Dr."E J. Brown City, has returned home after a bought the property of Mrs. Anna the patronage of the people of Mt. If you ktTovv.spme feller'sifaUin's, with Miss Miller, where the post office is now Vernon. Just forget 'em, 'cause you know performed the operation. two yyeeks visit The new children enrolled in That same feller s got some good t Miss Adams located. Sutton & McBee will Adams. . Elizabeth Tho pastor of the Presbyterian tho Kindergarten this week are points, commence at once the erection of accompanied be? home. Cepha Davis, Ronnie Cummins Them's the ones vou want to Church has started a series of Judge B. J. Bethurum under- a handsome two story brick on Wednesday evening prayer meetElizabeth and Robert Sparks, and show; ' went a second operation Monday the Van Winkle lot. The ing talks dealing with the great f Tho doctor will be moved to one side giving Carl Leo Thompson. Those who 'Case your loaves outvfon the and is doing nicely. books of the world. Tho aeries returned, after absences have waters, feols that the entire seat of the plenty of rpora for the new brick Aldue .Jo sickness are Lncilo Thoy '11 come back," 's a sayin' started last Wednesdav night and trouble is now removed and that business house, which wii be will continue each Wednesday bright, Louise Moore and fack n every rpspupt. trito, he will be out in a short timo, Hnrd. Mebbe they will come back, "but- Jor ten weeks. Misses Minnie Gentry and Clyde COMMKKCfAt Club: Owing to The books included in the series The plan for the tered," Watson, Mr. and Mrs Joe Carter, tbj sickness and other causes only kindergarten included the making are "Pilgrims Progress,"' "The When some feller boosts for Everett Watson, Bane Carson, about one half of the members of doll houses and furniture Odyssey" "Don Quixote", "The you. Henry Anderson and Walter R. were present Wednesday night, characteristic of each room. In Confession of St. Augustine", Robins were up from Brodhead but it was an enthusiastic bnnch, addition to this the bedroom had Copyright toi i, by Homer Clark "Les Miserables", "The Divine Bennett. last Friday night to attend tho Two uew members were added: the decorative Comedy", Green's History of the features. The Economizes Butter, play. B.,F. Bowman and F.LTbompuou houses were completed this week DEAFNESS CANNOT BE English People," "Idyls of the Hogs ; the food Mrs. C. C. William? returned Sr. Tho Club's Socretiry in an King", "Hamlet", and The Holy Dr, Lock, of Barboursville gave CURED. yesterday irom Louisville after a address before the Club made a an interesting and instructive talk Bible". by local applications as they canmonth's stay with her daughter, report of bis very successful trip to the student body, upon the not reach the diseased portion Ro;ind trip tickets to Knoxvilla Mrs. Williams was to Ashvilio, N. C wueto be at value of fresh aln tn. West The onXy Baiting Powder made ear. There way for $4.45 June 22, 23, 24, 28. 29 The cooking classes have not of the deafness, h only one is for tended the meeting of the Southern under a specialist whilo there to cure and that by from Royal Grape Cream ot Tartar met in regular session during the 6. ia and 19 limited to 15 goiter which is very decidedly National Highway Asaociation, a abience'of Miss Wanzer, but each constitutional remedies. Deafness July 5, days from date of sale accoun lull report will appear in the Siq one has been required to pre- is caused by un inflamed condition better. of the mucous lining of the of Summer school of the South The four year old daughter of nal. He also had read by W. H. pare a comprehensive paper of at Eustachian Tube. Wl.en this University of Tennessee. BBHOM Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hamlin stuck Fish, one of the members of least five hundred words, covering tube is inflamed you have a history, uses and values of the rumbling sound or imperfect hear a krife in the corner of her eye the club, his paper Boone Way, following foods: sweet potatoes, last Friday, and it is feared she which had "been read before the Irish potatoes, coffee, ' cheese, ing, and when it is entirely closed unpens will lose the sight of that eye. Association at the Ashvllle meet- milk, breakfast cereals, and breads. Deafness is tberesult, and ca,n be taken tho infiamrjnitiftn RftThoy took her to Louisville Sun- - ing. Papers were read and maps These papers not only are good out and this u,be restored. o Us day but the . special'st did not shown of two propositions for con practice in writing but makes it u,orm.a conditio hearing will be necessary for the girls to becp,rqe, operate and suggested treatment structing National Highways all familiar with these food,?. destroyed. forevrj nine Oases out Of ep caused hy Cptarrh, whlob with the hope that tne stgnt wouia over the country; one of the The primary grades, yi.U begin plans is by Congressman Warbur-to- thejr wop,d.woik with hummers is nothing hut an inflamed condi.not be lost. Dig Deep into the Details learn of What tion of the mucous surfaces. Washington State and the and. pails in, a few days,, and How the Fence you Buy is Made We will give One' Hundred This is not only a' month of ojher by tbe Nqtiona Highway any case of Deafness Dollars for A great many fence users don't really without full investigations You test Association of which Gen) DuPont birthdays (or noted men, but aha (caused by Catarrh) that cannot be know what quality of material nwnufac-tureyour seeds. Fifty (50) nice of N.pw for Several of the students of WAWpn: Jersey js president,, put into their fences, nor how Test the fence before youbuyand know ' Langdqn Memorial. The birth cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure co untry bams. Will pay 12K cf. they make them. On motion the Sepretajy was days of Bertha Litton, Edith Send for circulars, freer what yourmoney goes for. Ournew cataper pound cash delivered at my requested, to publis.li in the S1QNA.1. Mopris and Your money goes for tho fence you logue, sent fret?-- tells how to tust fence. J. F. Chenby & Co., Esther Sassar were store Mt. Vernon, Kv- buy. Why don't you tlnd out what you Toler1, O. We don't care how many different makes celvhrated by their tables with bis ABhvlHe convention address, W. A. McKENZIB, are getting for your money? offence you test,, you'll find "Pittsburgh The dftte of weekly meetings spooial decorations and menus. Sold bv all Druggists, 75c. XW.O.QJVt buy cows or tarm machinery near depot. Perfect, as made 'oda' , is best of al Washington's birthday was cele- Take Hall's, Family Pills fpr -was changed to Tuesday nights at brated in chapel this (Friday) coustipatiou. MaJo In Different Stjrl.t for FIELD, FARM. RANCH. LAWN. 7varv IVOH UUflrantCCU .d RABBIT YARD, u.d GARDEN CHICKEN. POULTRY morning. Notice: All persons having 7.30 instead of Wednesdays. vm for next meeting: The program lalms against the estate of G. Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on M? rurnlahlhf: iu Do not allow him to persuade FQUMBU you that some other fence Is just B3 fjopd. If ho doein't soil it, write u direct. deceased, are requested Chas. C. Davis, "The day is passW Pitman, FCy;iD, lliv. place to buy Spectacle? I ed and gone when business walks Perfect" Brndof IUrW Wlrei "PltttWch If you oro Interested In Wlro Fenelnc. writ awl KyeglaBsea fop $1.50and up. Gold, to prove same, as required under Bright. Annealed & Golanl"l Wire) ivrnieo for FREE copy of our ALMANAC, 191- 3Cab Wlrot Hard Sorbin Coll Wire Tonco Por Infants and Chdrau, Silver and Aluminum Frames. La'r statutes, and file same with us up and introduces itself." Rev. tho Slftnlsit - oultry NettlnaStapleii Regular Wire "Knowipg .v Geo. S. Nalla. il)Wd Wire NalUi Largo Head ' Guessing" Wathori,Sutton, Keeping The Kind You Have Always Bought gost selectionof In town, tiycs tested Pittsburgh Steel Co. at once. DaloTjoi'TUU. R.lr,i Noll, i Simla LoopAU madd of Open C. D. Freu. 'years expdrleneq.f ncjng. burgh Perfect" T.7rM .PLVI. tJJvi" P.tt.b'argh, PenniVlranw K. J. McKinnby, I ff. . Cash or Credit' b expenses down" StJftAA Hearth material. Bears the rV Administrator estate of G. W. general discussion by all member-wh- Blgnaturo of Ca&&zM&&x Zt&rW &yf 'i eiasssi JEWELER AND OPTICIAN, Sacs y take part, care to Pitman, COX BROS. STORE up 7'k whn you ItoCammunl. 79 Cnlt wan"No.HIONAL, 79 ants will. Thc ne Rod Spring Suit is Fish's and this is one of the good days. The Domestic Science Depart raeut of the Woman's Club will have its meeting Friday afternoon. pitbt.y MMM iiiMWMWl'i m(tMSMSiaiSSiiiSiMKSSfsvilJZ 3EKMB33fiffi JAcksonI MTsT Lou" 7acksoh7 formerly Mrs W. C. Mullins, died Saturday ' n't Birmingham Ala , while undergoing an operation. The nature of the trouble we were unable to learn. The burial took place in Birmingham, Monday. Aim,. of Education" will be the subject of the sermon at the xPresbyterian . Church next ,.-!- Sunday morning. The' evening subject will bo "China's New Day" All are co.dially invited. I tssHSF I 3 NffiP spe"s 8 ffiwssnSrFfe i ! ecunu-cia- ii n ti I X-ra- i ,i 1 Van-Wink- resid-enc- e p jyifiiiui mid-wiut- 3WDER Pure Hour, more makes appetizing and wholesome nu nr "Pittsteiisv'li gggftect" Fence rs n mw. , jMt. - 55t; iVery CASTOR A I if WtMM t.4h.abf T 5 mwsm o J. C. MOORE J-- - raim zmm SPKT'-- -- If ;vpv ; t n THE tap u the spring ot lilo by neglect of the huraeii mechanism, by allowing Do not imitation of Nature's method of the accumulation of poisons in the system. An the blood ard nervous trenfith is restoring wasto of tbsuo and impoverishment of extract (without alcohol) of Golden Seal and Oregon to take an alterative ftlycerio and Mandrake-- root with Cherrybark. Over 40 year -., . . , ,i rt. c,.,,. rnnt. niondroot.. Stone , , mn .,,1,1,1. i, (inldcn it""."ii ata Dr. fierce save o mo puiiiiu would help tho blood .....taking upPtnrrn'll the proper elein He found it Discovery. Medical from ments from food, help tho Ihcr into octivity, tlicrehy throwing out tho poisons as a uavinu nnu sooinine a cuukii. I 1. wlmln , ..! !tn1lInrt t . as . well . IUC OIUUU BIIU .:.... ,!.. ." " - "No one ever takes com ume crosnpo eu, u call malnutrmon,wnicii is uncuucu nun uuwtciiii.ii u.w.. and exhaustion of nero force. The " Discovery"'! tonio which restores tone to the blood, nerves and heart by imitating Nature's methods of restoring wosto cf tissue, and feeding tho nerves, heart and lungs on rich, red blood. (SSJ ! Wi) " I suffered from pain under my rlftht shoulder blade alio a very nevero coueh," writes Mni. W. DOHN, of. Now Urookland, 8. C.. to Dr. ' 11ml four different doctor nnd none dlJ K. V. ricrce, Butfalo, N. Y. said mo tny cood. Bomo Bald I had consumption, others up I would haro for six to lmvo fin operation. I was IwdrWden, You to sit mo to months Dr. advised and was nothlnit but a llvo si cleton. Pleasant ricrco's Golden Medical Discovery and Dr. I'lerco'scould sit up Pellets. for an When I had takon ono botllo of tho "Discovery ' I time, nwl when I had talent three, bottle I coi'ld d my hour nt cooklns and tend to tho children. I took fourteen bottles In all and was then In coed health, uy wcismisnowioipounus. MB3.D0RN. V ZZLsLdl SECKsST OFXONG MFE. "r-- V rC" 4 to$oMsaiiJifftBi Oi. XWbU ci ' ,, . ..... of Buck Creek, and bounded as lolloWs: On the north by the lands of ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT John H. Brown and Joseph Brown; COURT on, the east by tbe lands ot . McMuJhns and Alfred Owens; Earnio Hopper, Plaintiff on the by tbe lands of Ben COMMISSIONER'S SALE. A-J- 1 .ii....b --- 1 .'.J --- i..'" o t u r '5' ' '" 4j - ,..- - .Vn1' M- - f u tlM ir vn Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 3 WONDER. lliiiiliUUlilliiliiUiiillliUiiilUiliiliiiilUUliiiliitiiiiliiiUlU The Texas wonder cures kidney ivk mmw iwiifiwi removing und bladder troubles, gravel, cres diabetes, weak and Our lino of Couch Caskets ame backs, rheumatism nnd 11 is uiioxoolleJ regularities of th'j Kt'dnoyt and in both men and women. Regullund-inndCoHinsfiirnished lates bladder troubles in children. 'You arc welcome," says Mrs. Nora Guffey, of Broken Hearse sent to all parts of COMMISSIONER'S SALE vri k wamuymavsTteWsm If not Bold by your druggist, will Arrow, Okla., "to use my letter in any way you want to, JL tho Comity be sent by mail on receipt of $1. if it will induce some suffering woman to try Cardui. I had ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT One .small bottle is two months' Three phypains all over, and suffered vith an abscess. All orders by Wire Promptly Filled COURT. treatment, and seldom fails to sicians failed, to relieve mc. Since taking Cardui, I am in ' for Send perfect a cure. better health than ever before, and that means much to me, Cvnthla McDowell' from this nnd other stntes because I suffered many ycats with womanly troubles, of and Wm. McDowell, Plaintiffs MT. VERNON, KY Phono 94-Dr. E. W. HalJ, 2926 Olive street different kinds. What other treatments I tried, helped me VS) Commissioner's Sale St. Louis Mo., .Sold bj druggist. Thonibs Elliott and for a few days only." Rachel Dees, Defendants COMMISSIONER'S SALE. By virtuo of a judgement and order of salo of tho Rockcastlo ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT Circuit Court, rendered at the COURT. Jouuary Term, 1918 thereof, I shall proceed to offer for sale at Charles Helton, PUintiff the front door of the court house, VS) Commissioner's Sale Don't wait, until you are taken down sick, before takNO NEED TO STOP WORK. in Mt Vernon, Rockcastlo County Mary Helton. Defendant. ing care of yourself. The small aches and pains, and other Kentucky, to the highest and By virtuo of a judgment and When the doctor orders you 'to symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always mean stop work it staggers you. I can't best bidder, nr public auction, order of sale of tbe Rockcastle on Monday, the 24th. day of Circuit Court, rendered at the you say. worse to follow, unless given quick treatment. You know you are weak, run down and failing in February 1918 between tho houss January Term, i9i8 thereof, I You would always keep Cardui handy, if you knew health day by day, but you must of 9 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock, shall proceed to offer for salo what quick and permanent relief it gives, where weakness work as long as you can stand. p. m. being regular county court at tho front door of tho court and disease of the Womanly system makes life seenvhard What you need is Electric Bitters day, on a credit of six months, house in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle the following described real'estato County, to bear. Cardui has helped over a million women. Try it to give tone, strength and vigor to th- - highest to your system, to prevent break located in Rockcastle County, and best bidder, at public auction ft book, "Home Treatment for Women," tent free. J 51 for Special Instructions and down and to build you up. Don't Kentucky, on tho waters of on Monday, tho 24th day of Febbe weak, sickly or ailing when Gauley Creek, and bounded as ruary i9i3, between the hours of nine o'clock p. m. und 4 o'clock Electric Bitters will benefit you follows: Beginning on a dead whifo oak p. in., bo.ng regular ccuntv court from the nrst dose. Thousands bless them for their glorious on tho sido of the county road; day, on a credit of six months, A BANK BOOK BOY thence N up a spur about 100- health and strength. Try thorn. to T. Chownlng's lino;2oo yds tho followingfirscribed real estate thence located in Rockcastle County, J. Every bottle is guaranteed to with his lino back to center o Kentucky, and is the one who is oiiig to amount to something. as bounded satisfy. Only .soc. at Chas. C. ridge to a stake; thence south follows: No need to worry about his future. If you want to tlo Davis'. with center of sidge about l'4o Beginning nt a small black oak your boy the best thing for him .open an account in yds. to a stake, corner ile by near Het Mum COMMISSIONER'S SALE. j's fence, by the his name at the HANK OF MT. VERNON. Give Sturgill und Loving-- ; thciip side tho ro ,tl; thence running south west nearly a direct cour.se with of him tho book unci teach him to save instead of spendROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT down tho hill to W. D. Griffin's lino center of knob a marked ing. He will be glad of your teaching during his ridge COURT. lins to a saono; thence with the wheretoPine Hill road around to whole life road intersects; lil Griffin's line about fo yds. si thence with Toad down the valloy Plaintiff with the sido of the hill to a to the beginning, Bullen, Jr., containing pailing fence and corner; thonct forty acres, more MT. VERNON, KY AT FAIR GROUNDS VS.) Commissioner's Sale. or lens. MT. VBB'NOiV Radio Spiros, Defendant ft might down the hill with the For the purchaso prico the By virtuo of a judgment and fence und corner on a rock in purchaser must, execute bond MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, 1913 road sign X; thence with apptoved surety, bearing order of salo of tbe Rockcastle County V h. RICHARDS, President, running up with tho count interest from Circuit Court, rendered at the dte of sale until A. H. FURNISH, Qnshler. January Term, i91B, thereof I mad n'l'ttt Oo yds., thonct paid, and having the force and Write for Catalogue shall proceed to offor for Salo nt auioss naid road and being with effect of a judgment. Bidders James Hall's corner; thence up must be prepared to comply with front door of the court house, in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle Couuty, the hill with Hall's line southwest theso terms. HANSFORD. Kenttcky, to the highest and and 011 tho southeast by Sam G. S GurFFiN, best I iddor, ut public auction, Wdrd, and on the uortheast by a Master Commissioner, R. C. C. Mr. and Mrs. James Southard, on Monday 24th day of February lot owned by Mrs. Sallio Jones; of Bloss, were visiting relatives 19i3, between tho hours of 9 thence a trianglor shape across THE BEST COUGH MEDICINE. the road to beginning corner. M t Vernon, Ky here Sunday. Misses Berta and o'clock a. in. and 4 o'clock p. m., For the purchase price the being regular county court day, "I have used Chamberlain's "CTamsrxans Bertha Kirbey were the guests of on a credit of six months, tho purchaser must oxecute bond, Cough Remedy evor hiuce I hav In this Into residence Homo and olllce Misses Martha and Fannie Kirbey following described real estate with approved surety, bearing been keeping liouse", says L C. OOliO8itOStl9IO9OtOOCOUIttOecOO0'tOO(lCttltMI Myera formerly occupied oniOld Sunday. J. W. French, ot Lincoln located in Rockcastle "1 County interest from date of salo until flames, of ' Marbury. Ala. Vernon."' Main St.,', Ml. """" Kentucky, on tho waters of Clear paid, aud having the force and consider it one of the best reme- OO 9 county, was here a few days last Bidders dies I ever used. Creek, near Reed's old Un yard, effect of a judgment. Mv children gS:::: We Make Your C. week on business. Mr. and Mrs. Dollars Have More Cents Milt must be prepared to comply with have all tnken it and it works liko and bounded us follows: u BOO. ATTORNEY-AT-LAJames Barron und little bon, Clyde, OS a charm. For sale bv All Deal OO.. On tho north by the lauds of these terms. 09 G. S. Griffin, spent Saturday night and Sunday W. H. Linville; on tho oast by MT. VERNON. KY. os ers. OS Master Commissioner, R. C. C. m On 2nd. floor o with Mrs. Sarah Kirby. William tho lands of H. C. Rowlott and os IfirOFFICE. For Sams: 1 tract of landseven OS Rentier, has returned home after Samuel Croucher; on the south S20&3. 37 3! os ThcBank of Mt. Vernon , on Churc SURPRISE YOUR FRIENDS. (7) ncres on the East sido of R. OS Special attention given spending several weeks wtth rela- by tho lauds of Bud Anglin, and street. os containing 75 acres, more or LADEfiSG For four weeks regularly use Dr. R. in Conway, Ky., good 8 room OO... oa to collections.? tives at Mt. Vernon and Living- less. os King's New Life Pills. They dwelling known as the Heath JDO. os MT. VERNON, KY. Phone No. 80. ston. For the purchase price the stimulate the liver, improve di os sat... 08 W. F. Warren and family will purchaser must execute bond gestion, remove blood impurities property, built on modern style, Oo BOBSaSJBJBHHnBHsm OS with approved surety, bearing pimples and eruptions disappear finished in good style, with sum- So.. leave in a Jew days for Kansas. .:::: ;j:;:s William Kirby attended the Bloom- interest from date ol sale until from your face and you feel better. mer kitchen; good well, good barn, paid, and having the force and Begin at once Buy at Chas. 0. and good garden; good store house OS O.. UNDERTAKER and MAIMER er and Cress sale at Walnut Grove effect of u judgment. os Bidders Davis'. Oo x 24 ft. and other out buildings. os the 15th. Miss Nannio Southard must be prepared tp comply os We curry n full line of fine drugs, toilot One good 4 room cottage as good etc. o has been with Mrs. J. J. Bullock with theso terms. os If you doubt our COMMISSIONER'S ni tick's und stationery. as new. well finished. About 15 Oeo... SALE. HOKm G. S. GR'lFF(N, 08 a few weeks. J. M. Foure, oj os word. come in and sec for yourself. , 1 will sell lor !)) Master Commissioner, ,R. C. C. yoijng fruit trees. OS Livingston, attended a Holys Roller OOiiii as ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT $3250, on easy term. A splendid ........ os Our customers' wants looked after with meeting at this place last week ARE YOU A OS COLDSUFFERER? COURT. stand to sell goods. t For further OC..' 08 Mr, and Mrs. M. G. Kirby spent ileasure. If wo haven't what you want, bo.. Take Dr. King's New Discovery 'OS particulars address me at Conway 00 08 ciiully let us know nnd we will do our first of the week with Mrs. Thr Best Cough, Cold, Throat J. L Rash, go.. OS Plaintiff. Ky., or U S. Wvatt, OS 06 jest to get it for you . Mahssie McFerron. Rev. 0. K. and Lung medicine made. Money OS VS) Commissioner's Sale. Co.. B0 Berea, Ky., OS Carmical filled his regular appoint refunded if it fails to cure, you. Elizabeth Rash, Vira os OO. Fob. 13-- mo. W. M. Hayes. os SO??'. ment at Line Creek Saturday and Do not hesitate take it at our risk E. Stagall, Sarah J. ....... os v j First dose helps. J. R. Wells, Carpenter, 08 Sunday. Thore will be preaching os and F. L. Mil. Floydale, Texas, writes: & Dr. os LEADING DRUGGIST at Mt. Plsgah next Saturday and King's New discovery OLD AGE SO.. os cured my Thompson, Adinr., t)0 os Sunday. Willie Renner has been terrible cough aud cojd. I gained of Wm. Rash: Phone No. 39 OS v' Defendants Old age rs it comes in the B09. os with his sister, Mrs. Je,se Bullock i5 pounds." Buy it at Chas. C : : By viituo of a judgmont and orderly process of nature is a (J0. . . . . Pif.. a few weeks. Miss Fannie Kirby Davis'. It Oar umoiiia fislfiiatsissaaiiiBaiikaiiaLfiiiAiAM.AA.r. !!IZ7 order of salo of tho Rockcastle bsatuiful and majectic thing. oo. esosaessBssa uAbutttfQeae.9afi&QoetJU0ttae0 who has been suffering with' nn Circuit Court, rendered at the stands for experience, knowledge, COMMISSIONER'S SALE. wisdom, counsel. That is old age abcess for the past six weeks is January Term, i9c8, thereof, I as it should be, but old age as it improving. Mrs. II. 0. Kirby shall proceed to offer for sale at often is means poor digestion, ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT after an illness of several weeks W tho frout door of tho conrt house torpid bowels, a sluggish liver and-COURT. is able to bo out again. ROLIQ in Mt. Vernon, Rockcaatle county general feeling of ill health, deAlice G. Hiatt, Allen Kentucky, to the highes and best spondency and misery. This in m ESTirrr TrtMToJ METHODIST MINISTER." Hi'att, Maud C, Brown '' bidder, at public auction, on Mon-da- almost every instance is wholly unnecessary. One of Chamber John H, Brown and Mount Vernon Monumental RECOMMENDS CHAM. tho 24th day of February, lain's Tablets taken immediately LolaS. Riddelll, Plaintiffs 19i3. being regular BERLAIN'S COUGH county court after supper Ml,! improve the diVS ry Commissioner's Sale REMEDY. Oma Brown, Defendant day, betweeu tho hours of i gestion, tone up the liver and Uy virtue of a judgement and 0 ii-- a, m. ana 4 o'cioelc p. m. regulate tile bowels. That feeling Rev. LOW ROUND TRIP FARES of and Minn , James A. Lewis, Milaca, order of sale of the Rockcastle onciocic writes: a credit of six months, the of despondency will give way to "ChaTncerlain's Tickets on Salo January 28, 29, 30, 31, February 1. 2. 3. '"IDEALER in Marbles and Couch Remedy has heen a deeded Circuit Court, rendered at the following described real estate, ono ot hope and good cheer. Return Limit to reach original starting point not later than February ' 14. will, cvtnnilnn nt limit tn ........ .1 , IOI1 nn nn., ., ...... WA.W..4.W.. w. .. vv Mnrrtt Granite Monuments of all and welcome guests in our home lanuarv Terra 1U13 thereof, I located in Rockcastlo County, For sale by All Dealers. rt nn. J w, vi 'uiluilL Ui 91.UV1 for many years. I highly ,racom-men- shall proceed goffer for sale at and bounded as follows: FULL Estimates furnished inds. PRIVILEGES. it to my fellows as being a tho front boor'of the court house ror dctatti call on any Ticket Azent, Queen & Crctccnt Route, or asnlv (o in Mt. Vornon, Rockcastlo County Beginning on a black oak, with on application. medicine worthy of trial in cases II. C.K1NQ, 1'BJsenscr and Ticket AjenT, 101 E. Alain Sirect, Uxlngton, Ky, of colds, coughs and croup " Kentucky, to the highest aud best hickory, black gum anil white GO. OWEN S &EW!tS3a28S(l Give Chamberlain's Cough Rem DiUder, at pub icauct on. on.Mon oak pointers, on top of a certain L,i dav, the 24tb day of I'OD. IQM.. "S23J Pono i. between the hours of o a. in. nnd rock ridgo, John French's corner M&HieWiurvery effectual and continue Thence with his line to his corner; HIGHEST MAHKET PRICE PAID 4 o'clock p. mi being credf of thence with the dividing rigdo tun hiw Funs and h des endl as occasion requires for fayron a being an 11 Wool on Commliclon. Wrlto lor price- ed to Maret's chestnut oak corner, FOR FLETCHER hi inenuoniria thii it. Over U. G. Baker's Store. real fcrifopej od in RaVitastle and tfionco with his line to a -ift tVn. Yadkin ,vY .. JOHN WHITE CO. fy J waters hickory, corner, to Prewittj Muret Crown and Bridge Work a specialty, " iimnnn; AH work guaraateed. arolina anu mu S viX-a--i ressman o UNDSBTAKEB o W A. CX,i Commissioner's Sale. Carrio . Gilbert, and VV. H. Chirk, Defendants Dy virtuo of a judgment and order of sale of tho Kockcastle Circuit Court, tendered at the Januar Term, I0.13, thereof, I hluul procepu to oiler for salo at the front door ot the court house in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky, to tho highest sku best bidder, at public auction tbe L'4th day of uti Monday, February, i9i8, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. in., being regular county court day, on a credit of six months, tho following described real estate located in Rockcastle County, Kentucky, on the waters of Clear Creek, und bounded as follows! Beginning at tho State road near the lands of A. J. Richard and Baxter Moody, Whitfield deceased; thence with the State Koud tu 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. For the purchase price the purchaser must oxecuto bond with approved surety, bearing interest from dato of sale until paid, and having tho force and effect of a judgment. Bidders must bo proparocl to comply with these terms. G. S. Griffin, Master Commissioner, R. C C. A. J. Gilbert, VS of Dr Riddle, John Shutts, and the heirs Price; und on the west by the lands of Joseph Brown, and containing it! 5 acres. F6r tho purchase price the purchaser must execute bond, with appr&vod surety, bearing interest from date of sale until paid, and having the force and oifect of a judgement. Didders must be pre. pared to comply with these terms, G. S Mc-Utih'- e, Master Commissioner, R. C. 0. MOTHERS CAN SAFELY BUY Dr. King's New Discovery and give it to tho little ones when ailing and suffering with colds, coughs, throat or lung troubles, tastes nice, harmless, once used 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-agr- a, Grifimn, and Rash; thence with Prewitt's line On top of the ridge to u black oad and black spotted ouk on top of the ridge; thence across a seutheahtetn the branch, direction to tho place of begin ning. Said teoct of land to bo sold subject to tho life estate of tho defendant, Elizabeth, Rash. For tho purchase price the purchaser must execute boud, with approved surety, bearing interest from date of sale until paid, and having the force nnd effect of a judgment. Bidders must be prepared to comply, with these terms. G. S. Griffin, Master Commissioner, R. C. C. A B!!!i!!mni"f''mH!!ni!!ninw!!mn!!H!ninnH!.n!!miuai I E a.. MNON DISKET DO. 1 3j g X PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, AND EH J) ALU KA& Mt. Vernon, Ky, 1" 5s ;i E: EE: COUCH METALSC CASKETS Coffins and IRobes. Liconed Embalmor will have charge of lino of H 2 r that 3 for tho company. 23 Orders by wire promptly tilled. Heafso sont to all points z Jlwork EORGE OWENS, Managers TEXA gffii Pains All Over! TAKE WomarftTonic mWkw i WITH i THE HEAD- 111 Horses and Mules 50 Cattle MARCH 6 and 7, THE BANK OF J.. Great Combincitipn Sale W. T.FRANCIS, f, Miller Sl Beazley MfSS1 Dentist Col. J P. Chandler, Auctioneer Tnr'ftcf ' i. Williams, 0' a). SS ,. BRUCGSST J. C. MeCLARYl Our Motto: Quality Not Quantity "( ao. so., oo. Stanford. Kv. 3 o.. CHAS, C DAVIS a -- y, mm NEW ORLEANS 3fanuary 28-Februa- and MOBlt 3 -- 1 d Manufacturers d 02 Tup nnrncX ,J. P. GEEEN Dentist STOP-OVE- R AND HIDES SSSmuja. Chirdre: 00 CASt.Ql J1 ---'. n.,. r I